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Humble Pie, Anyone
NOTE: This blog entry was erased because it was deemed "inflammatory". So I ask you, the audience: did this blog deserve to be erased? Let us read on as I have included it in my...

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Categories: braggart, how i feel, introspection, perspective,
Form: Prose



Premium Member People Who Remind Us Of Others
People are all over. 
Some we see, others we barely
Notice. Some we instantly look
Away from, afraid to acknowledge.
I am talking about the beggars
Naturally.
Some try to pretend they
Are not there,
But they are.

Some we revere and admire,...

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Categories: braggart, friend, friendship, humanity, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member and then there was one
What do the dodgers dodge? 
Remind me to lace up my socks, 
Put on my boots and be born again.
Trained and ready, steady, go! 
An old man’s antlers in the rutt,
Dangling keys riding on hips...

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Categories: braggart, conflict, confusion, hate, humanity, judgement, political, sad,
Form: Free verse
The Flames of New Emotions
The Flames of New Emotions
I.	Reminisce 
I am Grand Master Dragon
This new wave feels different from the others.  
It is quite an odd feeling.  
Being calm as always, I wonder why do I feel...

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Categories: braggart, desire, emotions, friendship,
Form: Blank verse
The Badass Yodeler
I was in a bar in Texas,
in the eastern back-country,
with three beers already inside
and another draining quickly.
It was a perfect redneck bar,
the kind of place I love,
with sawdust on the floors below
and taxidermy up above.

A...

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Categories: braggart, anti bullying, bullying, drink, fun, humor, remember,
Form: Narrative



Christian Wine
 Christian Wine 
Christian Wine 
 
Fifteen Fabel 
  
Christian Wine 
 
CharlaX Fabels 
 
Most men reiterate the infirmities of flesh the scars so proud to show so scary 
but so worthwhile like...

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Categories: braggart, devotion, faith, recovery from..., urban, visionary, wedding,
Form: Prose Poetry
Bando and the Blowfish
Of hubris, overweening pride, 
(a thing the gods can not abide) 
and all the hassle it may bring: 
of this, and blowfish, do I sing. 

The former, we will meet anon 
(it merits being mused...

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Categories: braggart, humorous,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Eddie Claimed to Be a Cowboy - with video link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-KFwPNkS6U 


Eddie was a braggart,
At least we thought as much.
His lower lip was loaded, 
A three finger dip of snuff…
My mind said, “I think not.”

And he claimed to be a rider,
Bragging of his chaps.
Black leather...

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Categories: braggart, cowboy-western,
Form: Free verse
Field Day For female Lawyers too
the initial purport
     this literary effort delivered atchew
to reed constitutes hazmat tocks sin
     within White House blew
per, viz thee president be

     getting a...

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Categories: braggart, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, environment,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Eye is Such a Braggart
The eye is such a braggart with its emerald this and hazel that.
Does no one dream about an ear or a nose?
(personally ... I find the shin and pinkie toe quite fascinating)
But it is a...

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Categories: braggart, appreciation, bereavement, body, feelings, fun, humorous, hyperbole,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Cupid's arrow hit a braggart
Cupid's arrow hit a braggart!

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Your sight stays in my eyes! Your undying love lives in my heart!

When you cry I shed tears! When you wince I'm struck by a dart!

We met for just one moment!...

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Categories: braggart, feelings, heart, i miss you, loneliness, longing,
Form: Free verse
A Dog named SEX
A Dog Named Sex


My pooch is not named Rover, Fluffy, Spot or Rex.
I wanted something different, so I named my puppy, Sex.

To renew my doggie’s license. I went down to City Hall.
“I’d like a license...

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Categories: braggart, animal, best friend,
Form: Light Verse
Holy Weak
The world has a choice,

               Julius Caesar or Jesus Christ, 

          ...

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© Peter Dorr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: braggart, religion, god, god, jesus, today,
Form: Free verse
War with Venus
I love you then I hate you then I love you again it's not a battle with you it's a battle within 

I love you more than I thought I would I love you more...

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Categories: braggart, angst, beautiful, black african american, black love,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Calindae Knows Everything
Calindae knows everything
She is the expert of all
I sit next to her during meetings
For there might be group work
And I know she will grab the poster board
And the markers and do it her way

Such a...

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Categories: braggart, 12th grade, funny, satire, school, society, student,
Form: Free verse
Not A Crook
I am not a crook
 just close your eyes, don't look,
these others that surround me make all the mistakes
 that's why I don't give, I only secretly take
and if you give me time
 there is...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: braggart, abuse, addiction, america,
Form: Political Verse
Heroes
I looked for the hero in the story
 it appeared, there might be none.
All the rhetoric of history in its glory
 slipped to dark shadows, tumultuously spun.

I read the introduction ushering steps that entwined
 of...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: braggart, analogy, society,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Day the Ogre Sent Me to the Store
Tuesday was the day the ogre found my kitchen.
The dog sat in the hallway for an hour watching her
Empty my refrigerator, and two cupboards.
I had never heard my dog whine like this, I thought it...

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Categories: braggart, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th
Form: Light Verse
the neighbor boy
I was sixteen budding and fulfilling.
He was fifteen searching and awkward,
walking me home from a bus stop backwards,
carrying my bags, strutting a silly-grin valor.

What a sweet little braggart, trying to woo me.
Quiet and shy with...

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Categories: braggart, husband, loveworld, heart, heart, me, boy,
Form: Free verse
Plan, Think and Act Well
Play your part in moulding the future very well
Plan, think and act with care and flair all the time
Ensure each step moves you nigh Heaven’s bell.  

Put your best foot forward to clinch a...

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Categories: braggart, poems,
Form: Terzanelle
Paramedic Vs RN
Silently, I view your eyes.
Marbles, moving towards judgement.
So easy for you to surmise.
Where they came, where they went. 
Haughty, you ignore my report.
They sadly sit in abject failure.
Icily, you give sharp retort.
Treatment of trash, forced...

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© Ryan Tyler  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: braggart, abuse, care, corruption, humanity, rights, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Grandma's Objective Observations
I am not saying this just because
he is my grandson but
He is the most athletic person
in the family
and he is
four

I am not saying this just because
she is the smartest person in the
family, but she is...

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Categories: braggart, grandchild, granddaughter, grandfather, grandmother, grandparents, grandson,
Form: Light Verse
Braggart Butterfly
Soaring swift and high is brave Butterfly,
      believing really he's lord of the sky;
         one sunny day, he thinks he is able
...

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Categories: braggart, funny
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member You Are Not Magical
I am magical, I said. I can control her.
You cannot!
Yes, I can, and I do.
You do not!  
My eight-year-old twin is angry now, with a mean face.

I do not back down.  Want to...

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Categories: braggart, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Shameless Braggart
  Everyone knows
	That parents who brag about their children 
	Are bores.
	But grandmas with granddaughters
                And grandsons like mine
	Are free...

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Categories: braggart, childhood,
Form: Rhyme