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April's Babbling Foolishness
(Created using the bAbBlE sentence generator, various text excerpts, and a minuscule bit of human editing.) 

And she smells good without keeping all ...

Beef, sitting lonely on that lies floating on the tufted floor. "Surely,"...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bug, art, computer, crazy, food, funny, horror, humor,
Form: Prose



More Pickles Than One
For ten months now I’ve brooded over coming second place
in the pickle section deeming, it no less than a disgrace.
It was written plain and simple, so there can be no excuse,
that the pickles in this...

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Categories: bug, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Poetically Pathetic Crow
Just enough to make it just
I want this to be enough to make this
The last song ever, the last note ever
The last romantically, poetically sad excuse for an apology, epilogue
But I've already messed up the...

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Categories: bug, lonely, longing, loss, lost, lost love, love,
Form: Free verse
Justice is Crying in The Street
Oh my soul what hails you?
Oh my soul what awaits you?
Oh my soul why are you in despair?
Oh my soul I have not deserted you
Oh my soul I have something to share
Oh my soul I...

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Categories: bug, anti bullying, conflict, courage, desire, discrimination, education,
Form: Free verse
Unfaithful
Ah yeah ah oh
Ah yeah ah oh
So scared and fragile...
So weak for only awhile...
Unfaithful me is as cold as glaciers of disgrace glamorized 
Unfaithful you is as hot as fire of desire, burning...you and I...

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Categories: bug, deep, drug,
Form: Lyric



Poems about the Coronavirus II
Poems about the Coronavirus II


This World's Joy
(anonymous Middle English lyric, circa early 14th century AD)
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Winter awakens all my care
as leafless trees grow bare.
For now my sighs are fraught
whenever it enters...

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Categories: bug, fear, loneliness, loss, natural disasters, scary, social,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tapora
Like Hannibal we crossed the pass and crossed 
   the Alps (okay, the Brynderwyn Hills) 
and a bridge too far on north-west passage.
   From out of the Valley of Mizpah 
to...

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Categories: bug, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Interview - for Contest
This situation has no basis in reality; in fact, it is ludicrously unreal. However, the likes and dislikes shown of its author are completely true!

Scene: A comfortable office where Andrea Dietrich is finishing up with...

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Categories: bug, fantasy,
Form: Prose
The-Hour-Glass
Please, save me!!
Solitude is speaking, oh so lonely...

We have plenty of gain 
In our pockets, overflowing with light
You are like an airplane,
Landing safely from a fantastic flight 

My beating heart can't take this anymore
The moment...

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Categories: bug, betrayal, deep, depression, desire, lost, passion, time,
Form: Lyric
Chapter 1: Betrayal Stinks - a Poetic Journey
Give me a pleasant, 
Elevating and 
Elegant embrace
Times like these are Grim 

Believe in Him
Don’t give up on them –
The people you hang out with
So much fun, I can clearly see actually, 
Time and time...

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Categories: bug, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Fabrics finding fabrications
A prawn masquerading as a peanut can be quite disturbing. So many times a peel is a garment used to shroud. A tentacle hidden. Here and there. Then to reappear with an often violent burst...

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Categories: bug, animal,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Roses are Red Collab-26
These Limericks were written by many different PS poets who are all remaining anonymous.  If you would like to add one of your own and remain anonymous send it to my soup mail. Enjoy!

Roses...

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Categories: bug, anti bullying,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Tutor -- one of my spicier pieces - academically denounced - I'm sure
A week before my senior year at Honeysuckle High School, with me our starting quarterback - who’d never failed a test -
The friend of mine who - ever since I’d barely passed the first one...

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Categories: bug, humor,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 5
The Lay of The Best Man - Part Five


Have you heard about the bespectacled man who wore his glasses to bed?
Because when he awoke mornings his dreams were all blurry in his head.
And what about...

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Categories: bug, humanity, men,
Form: Lay
Premium Member 2020
At first, it wasn't my father's Oldsmobile.
Then, there came a longing for a new identity
with an invasion of one morphing after another.
Next thing I knew, there was 'no' Oldsmobile.
It seems that so many things started...

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Categories: bug, america, anxiety, christian, christmas, god, hope, joy,
Form: Rhyme
Please help yarn hexed door neighbor
Please help yarn hexed door neighbor...

Yours truly pinned down by invisible 
vestiges of coronavirus and
getting attacked from angry plague 
of buttons, plus huge spools of yarn
grossly mistook me for human sock 
to seal and line...

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Categories: bug, abuse, anger, bullying, character, december, humorous, husband,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cyberstalking Nightmare
Back in two thousand plus some years more of five,
When computers I'd just met, didn't yet with jive;
When a computer was just a box of technology,
A box of fascination and luring like a giant mystery,
I...

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Categories: bug, abuse, bullying, courage, evil, internet, jealousy, technology,
Form: Rhyme
Matty Mattel Doll circa MCMLXV
(alternately titled: idolizing childhood's end
today April 25th, 2021
generates elusive warm treasured memories).

Akin to significance my eldest sister
felt toward her “Willies” –
(totally tubular fuzzy bendable contrivances
analogous to an outsize pipe cleaner)
until she became a tweener
my Matty...

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Categories: bug, 1st grade, age, best friend, childhood, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 4
March 18-27

This time I woke, 
He was staring readily,
Smiling, plotting steadily

I lifted my body and gently gazed at his grotesque beauty
He was always at his best in thought…

“You look ravishing…” He began. 
“Mouth-parched, crusty-eyed, hair...

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Categories: bug, adventure, anger, angst, anxiety, appreciation, beauty, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Waves of Emotions - Swim in Serenity's Safe and Sound Significance
I'm smart when I'm in my shell of solitude
Waiting till you're gone
So I can wear this attitude of gratitude
Bug off, bad attitude
I don't mean to act so rude
I feel ashamed and nude
The day is finally...

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Categories: bug, angst,
Form: Free verse
The Bug's Tale
A bug upon a green leaf sat
Cautiously eyeing up a cat
Who, unaware of the bug's intentions
Continued with its cruel conventions:
Of catching a mouse then setting it free
Then leaping up it once more with glee
Until the...

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Categories: bug, humorous,
Form: Epic
Premium Member New Neighbors
I am just finishing my morning meditation when I hear my doorbell ring. It actually sounds more like that buzzing sound you hear if you fry a fat fly on one of those electronic bug...

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Categories: bug, depression, family, funny love, humor, husband, lonely,
Form: Narrative
My missing piece
My missing piece.


Sometimes I’m crying hard on the inside;
I’ve been thinking about you running through my head,
From time to time.


And if you can hear me, I’m here for you
And all that I hope for is...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bug, lost love, love, me, memory, sad, smile,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Last Man Standing
Clarence Goddard, Harvey Bell, Virgil Barnes and I met for coffee every day for close to forty years.
I was a school janitor...Virgil was a farmer...Harvey ran the lumber yard, and... Clarence managed Sears.

We always met...

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Categories: bug, inspirational, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Groundhog day - Thursday, February 2nd 2023
The date of the celebration
(the second day of February) coincides
with medieval feast of Candlemas,
and its pre-Christian predecessor,
Imbolc, a day also rich in folklore.

An old Scottish prophecy foretells
sunny weather on Candlemas
means a long winter.

The tradition is...

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Categories: bug, 12th grade, 4th grade, 8th grade, adventure,
Form: Rhyme