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Hubert Might Go Upstairs But Not To Rome
Tea in the afternoon with his wife of many years is usually peaceful, Hubert thinks before he makes his announcement. Then he says it. 

"I'm going upstairs," Hubert tells Ruth as he hoists himself out...

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Categories: bishop, marriage,
Form: Prose

Premium Member Doctors of Industrious Divinity
Dear Bishop Michael Cote, Doctor of Divinity
through pre-historic untold ages
through reborn renaissance stages
through industriously energetic praises
through enlightenment phases
through empowerment dysphasia

Some of us lesser health care practitioners,
good faith social workers,
parents and grandparents,
uncles and aunts,
and ecofeminist inter-religious...

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Categories: bishop, christian, green, health, nature, passion, power, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Gossip On the Bus
‘Bout 8:15 this morning, on the bus that I was riding, I overheard a woman tell some gal it seemed she knew,
Her pastor - reverend Bishop - and a “tacky looking woman” we’re spotted leaving...

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Categories: bishop, funny, humor,
Form: Narrative
Sound of Silence - Lady Hawke - with Darren White
The lovely Lady Isabeau and her lover, medieval French Knight Etienne escape to flee the lustful advances of wicked Bishop of Aquila causing them to run afoul of him. The evil-bishop places them under a...

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Categories: bishop, betrayal, desire, emotions, evil, love, romance,
Form: Dramatic Verse
We,The Beggars
We have come to you
Like the sun to the cloud does
Anything you can afford
Please,do,spare us.
We've been under this bridge
even the ants gossips us
Because we share the same meal.
We have come to you
President soldier,Pastor Navy
we'll appreciate!

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Categories: bishop, allegory,
Form: Light Verse

Premium Member The Formidable Gambit

"The Formidable Gambit"

calculated and distinct

conspiring with rules
plays within the 
confined squares

of a strict and
ruthless mind
preying on all moves


in the opening move
the long-legged fly
is caught in the web

silvery and slippery 
life remains...

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Categories: bishop, courage, dark, faith, love, mother daughter, strength,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Life is Like a Chess Match
"Life is like a chess match 
To win you must be swift and able to maneuver 
Yes, life and the chess match are very much the same 
Once the king dies, no others continue the...

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Categories: bishop, evil, god, life, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Old mate
I have this burning desire
To find old mate
I want to sit
And chat with him
Under a Gum and setting sun
About what has come
And what has passed
Times of old
Places we’ve been told
Along the wallaby track
Signs of danger

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Categories: bishop, 12th grade, absence, courage, desire, old, ,
Form: Free verse
The secret lives of chimney pots III
Marching out of the cloaked shires
Of landowners, stockbrokers, 
Hereditary Peers, and ruddy faced 
A vast multitude of many varied 
Amassing in the great cities, where,
Inhabiting shadowy chambers, 
Behind nodding sighs and hushed 
The Masonic...

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Categories: bishop, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
You've been a peon, lowly pawn your whole life
Never amounted to much,
nothing much ever went right
Grew up dirt piss poor,
never knew the reason why
you were put on this earth for
So you start cyber chasing every...

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Categories: bishop, allegory, allusion, life, metaphor, truth,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Volupte Mysterie

"Volupte Mysterie" 

Fallen and risen
the volupte She ...


Her gods
are found
sore and wanting 

a new life 
breathing in 
a new world

she walks 
in dreams 
she sleeps

in as much as
heaven and hell 

here on this Earth

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Categories: bishop, dark, fantasy, romance, sensual,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Goodbye Maya Angelou
Clinton's Inauguration 1993

You were so beautiful, Maya
Standing in front of the
President and the First Lady

I didn’t really understand
Your Pulse Of Morning 
Presidential inauguration poem
I kind of got lost in the dinosaur theme
Poems about Mastodons usually

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Categories: bishop, angel, courage, emotions, poetry, presidents day, simile,
Form: Rhyme
Unsolved criminal mystery modest prevarication
Unsolved criminal mystery...modest prevarication

Found yours truly
a grateful dead head
convenient scapegoat dejure
Norristown police officers
fingerprinted me for 
casual postal employment
linked to vicious brutal crime
someone else who shared 
identical name and fingerprints as mine
the latter of corpse far...

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Categories: bishop, absence, abuse, anger, april, bereavement, bullying, cry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Saint Nicholas, The Bishop In Red
A little girl approached her mother and said to her one day
"Santa Claus is not real, that's what all my friends say"
 Her tears began to well up and she started to cry
And said "Mommy,...

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Categories: bishop, children, christmas, inspirational,
Form: Narrative
Armed with Wine
I swing into action
Armed with wine 
The spirit willing, really for anything
Watch the Drama

Fire in my eye, dry throat, cracking lip
I stammer a little, with Socratic confidence 
I am stinking of words, ammunition from hell

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Categories: bishop, addiction, political, , ozymandias,
Form: Blank verse
The Show
A day ago I lay awake to my chamber,
dreaming of the sight of a rope tied to a tree. 
I walk to the window and see Bishop flashy as can be.

As you may know, Bishop...

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Categories: bishop, cousin, day, me, smile,
Form: Free verse
Joan of Arc for Contest
         The Cross-dressing of Joan d`Arc

Cross-dressing of Joan was perhaps heavily based,
On the bible’s principle in Deuteronomy 22:5 and viewed 
as a Rebellion against God. 
Tis not...

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Categories: bishop, blessing, christian, dedication, hero, history, writing,
Form: Narrative
Plush Safe - J M Basquiat: TAG
( "Title colon" . . .  hahaha ->  :   is my favorite editor! Me and my desk ~ banging-up the biosphere.)

Title: Plush Safe¹ (or Googles': Plush Safe Colon...

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Categories: bishop, community, culture, humor, parody, satire, slam, social,
Form: Didactic
An Eye for an Eye for an Eye

there are some parts of your personality
you must never look at
or Aristotle's logic will pay you a visit
for a 15th century anatomy lesson
an eye for an eye a throat for a throat
gargoyle armies hovering overhead

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Categories: bishop, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Revelations of the Spirit
Revelations of the Spirit!

Good things are known to come to those who come before their God,
who praise release from earthly woes by celebrating days
of spilling sperm (that meets its end or egg that sparks new...

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Categories: bishop, journey, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 50's and 60's Weird TV on Channel Three - Part 1
I think I must be seeing things
Before me stand the four of kings,
They shuffle when the Bishop brings
Annette upon nine raven wings

And Beanie rides a sea serpent
And wonders where the yellow went;
I go to pay...

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Categories: bishop, humor, humorous, me, old, parody, people,
Form: Rhyme
Roman a clef tragicomedy
Roman à clef tragicomedy...
overlaid with façade of fiction = Mein Kampf

No need for yours truly to dig deep,
(albeit bonafide figuratively)
by Dickens thru mine Uriah Heep,
a gnarled mass creep
ping, comprising, encompassing, glomming
abysmal existence strewn with hard...

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Categories: bishop, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
A nubile young vicar named Jude
Was seen swimming, totally nude
The bishop said WOW
Just look at you now
Your assets - they need to be viewed!

Fiction write!


Invited him home for a drink
A toast as their glasses did...

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Categories: bishop, body, humorous,
Form: Limerick
An ode to tone-deaf poets
In a letter to her friend, Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop crystallised Thomas’s singular genius:
I have been very saddened, as I suppose so many people have, by Dylan Thomas’s death … He had an amazing gift...

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Categories: bishop, poets,
Form: Other
All These and More
I am promenading in the woods
Whistling at the birds
The rays of the sun
Now and again interrupting my vision
Then something moves
Something- like a woman
Her glamour- what say?
I halt- the power attending
How very smashing
She moves, actually peacocks

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Categories: bishop, dream,
Form: Free verse