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Premium Member Saint Valentine's Day
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Categories: celebrate, love,
Form: Rhyme



The Tea Party
"Go on forth young graduates,

And show us who you are

You're now our future leaders

We know you will go far"

And so commencement ended

Pictures done and people changed

Now, off to private parties

All orderly pre-arranged

But four young girls...

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Categories: celebrate, america, future, graduate, graduation, life, sad, society,
Form: Epic
Zen Death Haiku
Zen Death Haiku

Brittle cicada shell,
little did I know
you were my life!
—Shuho, translation by Michael R. Burch

Returning
as it came,
this naked worm.
—Shidoken, translation by Michael R. Burch

As dew glistens
on a lotus leaf,
so too I soon must vanish.
—Shinsui,...

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Categories: celebrate, age, autumn, bereavement, death, death of a
Form: Haiku
Various Heresies 3
Various Heresies 3

Breakings
by Michael R. Burch

I did it out of pity.
I did it out of love.
I did it not to break the heart of a tender, wounded dove.

But gods without compassion
ordained: Frail things must break!
Now...

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Categories: celebrate, america, bible, christian, god, jesus, religion, usa,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Earthy Empathy
You've heard that self-unfulfilling prophecy?
"I love humanity--
it's just people I can't stand."

I love healthy humanity--
it's just wealthy and/or snooty people I can't stand

I love cooperative humanity--
it's just overly-competitive individuals I can't stand.

Not so distant from,
I...

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Categories: celebrate, caregiving, gospel, health, humor, integrity, peace, political,
Form: Political Verse



Premium Member The Old Dark House
The Old Dark House

This tale of “The Old Dark House” is one that’s replete with a
most horrid sense of pure evil and macabre, and is worth being
retold each year during the deep-dark hours of All...

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Categories: celebrate, dark, dream, evil, fantasy, god, metaphor, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member - The Old Dark House -

This tale of “The Old Dark House” is one that’s replete with a
most horrid sense of pure evil and macabre, and is worth being
retold each year during the deep-dark hours of All Hallows’ Eve
before the...

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Categories: celebrate, dark, dream, evil, fantasy, god, metaphor, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Old Dark House
This tale of “The Old Dark House” is one that’s replete with a
most horrid sense of pure evil and macabre, and is worth being
retold each year during the deep-dark hours of All Hallows’ Eve
before the...

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Categories: celebrate, dark, dream, evil, fantasy, god, metaphor, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Villanelle: No man can on his own escape written fate, for THIRU-VALLUVAR
Villanelle: No man can on his own escape written fate

         For Thiru-Valluvar, the “nameless” author of 
the THIRUK-KURAL

Note: In my previous posts, especially on Canto 38, I...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebrate, beauty, character, creation, god, identity, truth,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member A dream of a rainbow coloured Family
A dream of a Rainbow coloured family

In the ocean there is a raging storm 
And a lot of boats 
With rudders that are shattered,
Compasses lost, sails that are torn.
And dreams that are faded or tattered
With...

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Categories: celebrate, anger, conflict, humanity, inspiration, love, motivation, rainbow,
Form: Rhyme
Various Heresies 6
Various Heresies 6

Altared Spots
by Michael R. Burch

The mother leopard buries her cub,
then cries three nights for his bones to rise
clad in new flesh, to celebrate the sunrise.

Good mother leopard, pensive thought
and fiercest love’s wild insurrection
yield...

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Categories: celebrate, atheist, bible, christian, faith, god, jesus, prayer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Reason I Write

“I thought about the former days, the years of long ago.” * 

If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If you heard about something captivating and fantastic;
If you felt something soothing...

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Categories: celebrate, family,
Form: Prose Poetry
Happy Fourth of July, Or Happy Independence Day
Happy Fourth Of July, Or Happy Independence Day

On this day we celebrate and commemorate the birth of our nation, The United States of America's Independence from Great Britain's monarchical hold and liberty's triumph
Congress voting in...

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Categories: celebrate, america, birthday, celebration, firework, food, freedom, fun,
Form: List
Premium Member Heroic Crown of Sonnets - Part Two
(continued from A Year Of Months (January-June)
https://www.poetrysoup.com/poem/heroic_crown_of_sonnets_-_part_one_772928


A Year Of Months (July-December)

8. July

July now follows summer's song of June;
with sun ablaze, her days are humid, warm.
Great time to languish in the afternoon,
and later, watch an evening...

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Categories: celebrate, earth, seasons, thanksgiving day,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Used to go to this Bar
Red light, the neon beer sign on the distant wall reflects off the long expanse of polished bar top, overpowering the quiet brown wood. It’s after lunch, only a few people in to stir the...

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Categories: celebrate, addiction, beauty, drink, religion, society, solitude,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Dear Neighbors
Dear neighbors,

I realize we have not met,
other than the guy next door
but that doesn't really count
cause that was just to put up a fence between us,
and I have met Marvelously Mad Max,
behind me, on the...

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Categories: celebrate, baptism, health, heart, humor, passion, religion, wisdom,
Form: Prose Poetry
Origin of Christianity


Origin of Christianity

(If you don't like religious writes don't read on)

It may surprise some that Jesus was born a Jew, his parents Joseph and Mary were Jewish, both from the tribe of Judah, in the...

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Categories: celebrate, bible, christian, faith, history, jewish, religious, truth,
Form: Didactic
A Glimpse In A Life
A Glimpse In A Life
By James Hackett Jr


Grasping Sand
The harder i try to reach you, the gap seems to expand.
Its like grasping at sand the harder I squeeze the more slips through.
I do not know...

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Categories: celebrate, beauty, betrayal, conflict, death, family, growth, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Easter origins
"Worship in spirit and truth"

With Easter approaching, many people Christian and non-Christian are exposed to this celebration and may have questions concerning the various teachings, rites, rituals and traditions that are promulgated by public worship...

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Categories: celebrate, bible, christian, easter, god, gospel, jewish,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Straining Together
Our cognitive and emotional struggles against dissonance of all varieties,
and struggles for more love and consciousness and health
work better as decompositions laid out between Ego and Eco,
as cooperative nondual co-arising partners,
Left and Right MindBody
of one...

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Categories: celebrate, body, earth, environment, humanity, humor, identity, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Queen Of England
Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary ll
Her seemingly eternal monarch--God has now beckoned
Balmoral Castle, reigned over the United Kingdom
"God Save The Queen" The British national anthem
21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022

“We are all visitors to this...

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© I Am Anaya  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebrate, appreciation, celebration, grief,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Beary Tales Episodes 7-14, Poet's Notes

7. Playing With Fire
My mom IS quite clear on the dangers of fire,
But if boy'S hooked on flame, then it'S hard to obey,
There'S a longing for “MATCH GUN” (6) that most boys acquire,
Small'S the chance...

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Categories: celebrate, adventure, appreciation, best friend, blessing, innocence, love,
Form: Quatrain
Hindi version of - Famous Last Line

Hindi version  of  “Famous Last Line”    Rhyme 
(In Hindi it is placed as Free Verse)

English Poem as written and 
placed by Connie Marcum Wong 

Famous Last Line
India (Original Poem)
.

I hear...

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Categories: celebrate, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Once Upon a Christmas 1954 - Part One - a short story from my memoir
Each year as Christmas rolls around, as I buckle under the pressure and stress of shopping for gifts for people that already  have everything, I find myself remembering that Christmas of 1954.

Dad had joined...

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Categories: celebrate, christmas, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Jeffersons Reply to Rev Jonah Stoughton

					Monticello
					July 1, 1826

Sir, I have before me your letter of 
the second of June, and I thank you warmly
for having taken the time to write me. 
I have read it carefully and given it 
as...

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Categories: celebrate, history,
Form: Dramatic Verse