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Premium Member Universal Credit Union
Stepped inside Bucky's Universal Credit Union today
to ask what could I invest in
with least risk
and greatest potential for self-optimizing return?

He invited me to sit down
to consider cooperative transactions
as our intentional understory
camouflaged within our ecotherapeutic relationships,

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Categories: blemish, earth, nature, psychological, science, spiritual, , western,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member An Ordinary Girl - Translation From Tagore
Sharing my translation of a famous poem (Sadharan Meye) written by Rabindranath Tagore, who won Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. It's one of his story-like poems, written in Bengali, which is one of the...

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Categories: blemish, life, loss,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Canto XXVII Hell transalation
Already was straight up the flame and steady
To speak no more, and yet away it went
Being the sweet poet to let it ready,

When another, which followed in ascent,
Made us to turn our eyes to top...

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Categories: blemish, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
Everything of yours must go now, even if it burns
I write about my ex a lot,
we didn't talk much, but our tongues touched,
we used to have sex a lot and 
it was so hot that it set my soul ablaze, 
and no, it wasn't...

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© Pippi B.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blemish, break up,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UnDead Through Full-Love Health
Here's my thing.
I wonder if Yin-UnDead,
river of Time's ebbing wave
predicts Yang-Love Health Abundant PowerWith.

No, really,
I think about that,
and I wonder if EcoReligious CoOperative Messiahs
could also become Bodhisattva Integral-Unitarian Occupiers,
Zero-centric self-invested/divested PlaceHolders,
bilaterally stretching thresholds toward health-balanced...

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Categories: blemish, destiny, earth, health, humanity, love, nature, universe,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Living With A Myth
Living With A Myth

How dares one to speak of disability and live with it to tell the story narrate 

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Categories: blemish, society,
Form: Free verse
Jesus Christ A Perfect Sacrifice
Jesus is the word of God, through him all things are made
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, 
And the Word was God
The Word became flesh and dwelt among us

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Categories: blemish, baptism, bible, blessing, christian, dedication, devotion,
Form: Rhyme Royal
I Am Who I Am
I Am Who I Am

Date: Wed, Dec 23 2015 at 8:11 PM

I don't wear no disguise
My True Self I can't hide
Without God I don't want to Rise
I like to look at the Storms Rage an...

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Categories: blemish, i am, spoken word, storm, truth, voyage,
Form: Free verse
Life Is Unfair

Teach the children of tomorrow
For tomorrow holds more pains, 
Lie within the oasis of hatred for love is far.
The lilies of power can witness the aroma
Of flavoured words in my dying mouth,
Defend the...

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Categories: blemish, africa, age, art,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Dante's Hell translation CANTO XXXIII part2
We passed over, where was held in frost state
Harshly contained people of the next band,
Not down bent, but all lying in quite strait.

Weeping itself  the tears does not disband,
And pain which finds in eyes...

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Categories: blemish, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member A Sunken Heart
A couple of twisted shacks composed in Card Board City in Everywhere 

County the nameless man or woman spits out another tooth with 

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Categories: blemish, obituary,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dr Harold Shipman: Judge and Executioner: REVISED
*Image of Dr. Harold Shipman by Film Daily.

Dr. Harold Shipman: Judge & Executioner: REVISED

The D.A. hoped
a tenth suffice
although they moped
much more be nice
but after all
who'll question his
a man of gall
and expertise.

Who walked about
so well at...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blemish, character, dark, death, evil, fate, imagery,
Form: Free verse
The Cost of Revenge, Part I
My blood ran cold
when my grandpa told
the story you’re about to hear
of moral laws
broke by great grandpa,
that would bring all involved to tears.

It was one day
in seventy-eight,
I was a young buck of eighteen,
I felt in...

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Categories: blemish, anger, betrayal, dark, family, lust, relationship, sin,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Schizophrenia of Sin
People wonder
How “professed” Christians
Do the things they do
Say the things they say
Write the things they write
It’s not RIGHT!
True! We have to “walk the talk”
But perfection is not attainable
Holiness is misunderstood
There is no state of sinlessness


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Categories: blemish, sin,
Form: Prose
Alpha Bet Cap Cha
Alpha Bet Cap Cha

Just twenty six letters of the english language to whit
twisted in various & sundry combinations pit
this bull dog of a canonical wordsmith with true grit
to craft bone a fide filigreed grammatical parts...

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Categories: blemish, anxiety, crazy, devotion, giggle, imagination, power, silly,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Much More Than 'Georgia On My Mind'
Much more than 'Georgia on my mind,' forever in my heart,
'Blue shadows on the trail' can not defeat
The beauty of her day or days on any daunting steed
Whose back she graced, wind in her mane...

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Categories: blemish, death of a friend, life, love,
Form: Free verse
You Are My Mary
Go cast your stones if you will, and tell me
Your innocence is more just than her cause
Or read me in sand, flee her victory
Where you link the chain of demonic laws
For she a slave of...

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Categories: blemish, faith, inspirational, loveday, me, sweet, day, love,
Form: Sonnet
From A Georgia Dream To Love In Tennesse
Lips of cherry, full, to show a lovely smile, she; with a tan of golden brown 
Her silk worthy hair, a light shimmering brown, forming around her beautiful face
A face of innocence, without a blemish,...

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Categories: blemish, devotionbeautiful, heart, old, beautiful, heart, love, old,
Form: Narrative
our script opened on a biography about a boy
learning to empty himself in the street so that he could dance
and sip memories from the eyes and face of his mother
he bears the image of how...

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Categories: blemish, abuse, africa, art,
Form: Ballad
Manufactured Romance
A magical chemical infatuation
to disregard the tradition
of natures connectivity and diversity
dragged to the will of its subjugation
to dig into the complex cells intimacy
its mass increments of the yields
killing off the birds and the insects
for the...

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Categories: blemish, food, nature, science,
Form: Free verse
The gypsy who loved
Like riding on waves wavering
not sure where it takes me
searching for a log just to hold on, 
but helpless, and alone in an abyss.

Slumber, how I wish a day's sleep
to keep everything aside, and rest,

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Categories: blemish, loneliness, lost, lost love,
Form: Verse
How Many Good Men

That's where the biggest measurements,
truest tests of worth
should lie.

And yet, 'tis not so.

Sometimes, mostly, I believe
that it's indeed enough.
That being a good man
is enough to keep me afloat.

Sometimes, rarely, . . . 
I don't.

How many...

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Categories: blemish, character,
Form: Free verse
The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part I
Jenna lived in rural Wyoming lands,
where grass rolled over small ridges and buttes,
a small town way out in the cow country,
where the ranchers still throw lassos in loops.

She was driving out to see her boyfriend,

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Categories: blemish, earth, freedom, journey, love, motivation, relationship, science
Form: Cowboy Poetry

Beneath the hailing of the storm, my baby
And I hold each other close, rock in to the
Rheum of the rain, let the thunder strike,
As it chases after the tail wind of the lightning bolt,
But all...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blemish, adventure, beauty, devotion, emotions, inspirational, love, passion,
Form: Free verse
Somewhere Near Here
In old Jerusalem near cross and sepulcher
Transgressors and confessors searching for a cure
Weary Pilgrims assembled in this place ornate
Guilty, broken, sad, sickened, from life’s heavy weight

Here we remember how our sin once did molest
How selfish...

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Categories: blemish, christian, hope, jesus, religion, religious, sin, sorrow,
Form: Rhyme