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          THE VALENTINE PHOTO--2014
  Bubba was tired and his feet were aching from walking so
much. He and Carly had walked up and down the block...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, boyfriend, girlfriend, humor,
Form: Prose

Last Wishes
Tap, Tap, Tap!
Carla’s pen keeps hitting the table,
As she writes her final thoughts.

She attempts to explain to her mother,
How it wasn’t her fault.
She tried so hard,
To raise her right.
It wasn’t her fault,
That her daughters life...

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Categories: carla, death, loss, teenlife,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Legendary Adventure Moments of Doctor Hermione Baggin
“The Legendary Adventure Moments of Doctor Hermione Baggins the Reddish of Winterhold, The Master Sith Rainbow Lord Lulu Pucca, Cloud Kitty Carla Chandra the Ruby Rose, and Rand O'From Equestria the Darken Raw Snow vs...

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© G. Jay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, fantasy, friendship, funny, games,
Form: I do not know?
Carla appreciated
My friend
was trying 
to rescue me 
from Tony
the tyranny 
of his beastility
Carla has ownership
of her own 
battles to win
And I
  wasn't ready 
to let her 
suck me in
her heart is

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Categories: carla, blessing, friendship, growth,
Form: Free verse
What A Town
Down here in this little country

Everybody friendly

No, I don’t think so

On the corner of vine and north
Sit’s a crack head

Asking for spare change

To buy some food

When they spot clear out, I
Think he forgets

Or the store...

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Categories: carla, life, people,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Bony Finger
The Bony Finger

Investigator Carla received a bony finger
Tossed through her window by a mystery slinger 
With it came a note that vexed her curious mind
“This finger’s all I took, the rest I left behind”

The note...

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Categories: carla, horror, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Another Child's Grave
Another new grave next to my son
A mere child with so much life to give
A young woman who’s life had just begun
Robbed by depression of the will to live

A daughter, sister, niece and friend
Now fresh...

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Categories: carla, death, depression, grave, heartbroken, loss, pain, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
Our Worlds Flowers of out World
Lycoris’ enchanting smell is carried by the breeze
Around it swarm honey bees
Above it stand ancient trees
Close by are blood red poppies

Lycoris looks like it was made of sweet glaze
And its ravishing appearance will amaze
Its red...

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Categories: carla, fantasy, flower,
Form: Rhyme
Balloons, Cats, Drinks Except the Curry
better to be back in black
said Brett Boe
Coca-Cola for coy cat
replied Carla Coe
draw the duck down in dew
whispered Donna Doe
fries feed feisty firebugs
claims Frankie Foe
good guys grumble about golf
implies Grant Goe
hairy hilltops hide hat heroes

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Categories: carla, surreal, word play,
Form: Alliteration
Mamba Night at the Marsh
There's a party down at the marsh,
amongst all the wild amphibians,
Theresa toad croaking alongside her tadpoles,
all one thousand and one of them,

Carla the crayfish catering all the food,
all of the partygoers in a festive mood,

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Categories: carla, animal, humor, music,
Form: Light Verse
A Heartfelt Tribute
For all the men, and women,
serving their country,
in a far, away land.
A few heart felt words
come to mind,
with new meaning.
For the job you do,
each and every day.
For defending our flag,
old Red, White, and Blue.
For giving...

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© Carla Cox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, inspirational, life, uplifting,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member OH Dear What Can the Matter Be There Must Be Something Wrong with Me
Oh dear what can the matter be, something wrong with me
I got glaucoma can't see my pupil
Fell on the ice down the steps feel a little stupid
O dear what can the matter be
There must be...

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Categories: carla, anxiety, conflict, confusion, funny, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Miles Jenkins nunn
I know this boy , named miles Jenkins nunn . He collects bratz dolls and

Crossdresses 4 fun ! He likes playing poker with his mom !

He thinks Marla sokoloff is the bomb ! He sent...

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© John Hall  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, allusion, baby, career, change,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member News Broadcast
Welcome to our broadcast,
We're glad that you've tuned in.
We'll tell you all the latest news,
Come on now, let's begin.

Andy allegedly yanked off
Wacky Wendy's wig.
It caused Wendy to screech and scream,
While Andy danced a jig.
Police weren't...

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Categories: carla, funny, men,
Form: Rhyme
why didn't i listen to what they said?
when i thought about it, i was filled with dread
they told me told be careful in all, i do
i didn't believe it, this couldn't be true

he said he...

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© daisy cruz  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, friendship, loss, lost love, me,
Form: I do not know?

I learnt from Death something of Life today, thanks to you,
though you didn’t know it and never will.

A vital mind, sharp, determined, and full, so it seems, of memories 
too painful to share; I saw...

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Categories: carla, death,
Form: Blank verse
Carla, the Orphan Heiress--from The Secret of Ravelston, a novel
This brief discourse may seem by all means fantastic, 
but it was true.  
This young woman, once, 
at the tender age of twelve, 
was left a lonely orphan in this world, 
and the sole...

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Categories: carla, satire,
Form: Free verse
A Brazilian women makes a beautiful wife, 
She can make you forget your duties in life. 
Obama’s mind boggled, he just stood and ogled; 
At the pretty young delegate all dressed up in pink; 

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Categories: carla, nature
Form: Acrostic
Sister Love
Her smile could brighten up your day,
when you needed it in the worst way
If something was really bothering you,
she loved to try and help talk you through

She always had mad people skills,
innately knew how to...

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Categories: carla, love, sister, tribute,
Form: Rhyme royal
Roy and Zenia had six kids I say
And all of their names began with J,
June, Junior and Justin
Joyce, Jackie and Jacquelyn,
Why in the world would they think this way?

And Jacquelyn, we think should know better

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Categories: carla, family, funny, children,
Form: Limerick
Seasons by ECC
This poem was written by my mother, Carla.  She thinks it is her 4th or 5th poem ever.  Please encourage her to continue writing.



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Categories: carla, childhood, children,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Everything happens for a reason
Dear Wife. I am writing this to tell you
You come home like quirk,sleep like a whore
Either you are cheating on me or whatever
Even don’t wont sex with me anymore
So your sister and I are moving...

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Categories: carla, break up,
Form: Rhyme
He was being a Father
Being a father wasn't easy,
when he tried to understand.
He forgave what most could not.
Being a father, wasn't easy, he had to worry a lot,
not to show partiality, in love, and kindness.
Being a father, wasn't easy,

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© Carla Cox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, family, father, inspirational, life, lovefather, father,
Form: I do not know?
On a Young Lord and a Lady Resting Outdoors--from The Secret of Ravelston, a novel
The end of another day 
came to the Ravelston Estate, 
and the workers were again 
making their way back from the fields.  

And in keeping with the hour, 
Lord Andrew and cousin Carla 

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Categories: carla, irony, satire,
Form: Sonnet
The Father's Hand

As I look upon these walls,

which surround me, 

memories of home,

almost surely threaten to overwhelm me.

When darkness falls, my sleep is elusive,

as thoughts, within my mind,

try to dance to a tune, of loneliness.

Tonight, as I...

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© Carla Cox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: carla, faith, hope, inspirational, uplifting
Form: I do not know?