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My Dad Went To The Moon
I remember everything that happened that night.
It was vague, 
But the sounds of talking furries on the TV is still definite.  
We were together,
United as one merry family.
But everything changed that night.
I still remember...

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Categories: 10th grade, child abuse, childhood, dad, family,
Form: Epic



Premium Member Part 2 You Have to Whistle
Neither Tray or I take any guff from adults, especially adults in authority; it’s a result of having had the belt when you are young, thus learning you cannot trust your care-givers or anyone else.
In...

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Categories: child abuse, giving, i love you, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Lewis Trap
“The Lewis Trap”



Well, of course he's misanthropic
He’s a Misanthropic Man
The Devil’s in the details
Buried deep under the covers
Of bedtime stories, slithers ‘neath loose sand

A Liddell bit of cake
A Liddell bit of julip
Sweets for a sweet...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, child abuse, imagery, judgement, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The History of a Wasted Mind
“The History of a Wasted Mind”

 

What goes through the mind of a recidivist
Fist full of hate and hurt marking time
Fist full of history, got down with the dirt
The History of a Wasted Child
The History...

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Categories: abuse, child abuse, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Burning truth steps forward
Something that stuns me from revelations awakening 
All good people of the world see you Isis 
clearly diamond cut your scale tips heavy 
with the wealth that's stolen from foreign lands 
to build weapons of...

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Categories: abortion, addiction, allusion, betrayal, child abuse, creation,
Form: Verse



Premium Member Discomforted By Integrity
I wonder how many parents of students
suffer from studying and teaching white nationalism
against tides of multiculturing change.

And I wonder what our school boards
and state departments of bored children and family thinkers and doers
feel about child...

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Categories: child abuse, health, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Heavens's Poker Game
In the beginning after God had finished creating this land.    
Satan boldly challenged the heavens for the absolute control of man.
Gods’ architectural blueprint stretched for ages across the sky 
He watered the...

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Categories: child abuse, bible, christian, conflict, emotions, encouraging, god, satire,
Form: Rhyme
The Wall
Winnie, wild-eyed, went insane
and sang “Happy Birthday” in the rain, 
while she washed away her bloody pain.

Now all day long she sings that song,
she sings it loud, she sings it strong,
walled in where she does...

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© Eric Cohen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birthday, character, child, child abuse, loneliness, lonely,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A FORGOTTEN ANGEL
A FORGOTTEN ANGEL

Who was she?  They wondered
No one knew her name
Where did she live?  They wondered
No one ever saw her playing
How old was she?  They wondered
Did she have any friends?
What happened? ...

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Categories: angel, anger, betrayal, child abuse, courage, grave,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member L'Assimilation Non Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Assimilation No by T Wignesan
L'Assimilation – Non! Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “Assimilation – No !” by T. Wignesan

Born Kathleen Jean Mary RUSKA on November 3, 1920, in the North Stradbroke Island, off Queensland, she was deemed as an aboriginal...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anti bullying, child abuse, conflict, freedom, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BARTENDER TALES
I am Kerris Hakim, bartender trade by night.  Here at Fahrenheit Lounge I've heard
Stories of patrons who dared to live, and lovers who had suddenly died.  
Graduating from law school without a dime....

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Categories: child abuse, baby, beauty, death, heartbroken, hope, , cute,
Form: Prose
Inside The Human Mind
Why do i miss you so much when i havent met you face to face.Can i really wait a year to see you ... when .. youre all i want and think about right now...

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Categories: absence, anger, anxiety, child abuse, lost, storm,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member No Doctor I Do Not Need Sleep
Twelve days of sleep deprivation has thrown
Aunt Zee into full blown manic.
And it did not help that a young
cute female doctor who was trying
to please, wanted her to get to
drive to Omaha for Easter, so
she...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, bullying, child abuse, childhood, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Daddy's Little Girl
She was eighteen
Graduation Day
Valedictorian
The Girl got Straight A’s
Mother says, 'I’m proud of you.
Your hard work is gonna pay.
I know it's been a long road
But you've carried your load."
The girl looks over her shoulders
And scans through...

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Categories: abuse, child abuse, conflict, education, encouraging, growing
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Childhood Inequality In School
Some children come into the school building dancing, singing, hopping, bursting with uninhibited glee.
They exchange giddy, happy stories about their day at the mall, dropping name brand names,
Showing off their glittery light-up shoes, and light...

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Categories: child, child abuse, children, family, school, teacher,
Form: Narrative
out of toilet paper
silent issues

humanity
and the hypocrisy
of soft tissues

openly
running out of paper rolls
secretly
disgrace on humanity's cheeks silently rolls

there's a monument
on earth
to the unknown soldier

there's a monument
in the firmaments
to the unknown child 

a well known secret

a hood by night...

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Categories: abuse, bullying, child abuse, children, corruption, culture,
Form: Verse
Spoiled Rotten
  There was once a widow who had nothing but her beloved twin babies, Rosemary, and Ethan. The Widow loved her twins more than the Earth loved the Sun, and vowed to give them anything...

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© Bo Vigoren  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, allusion, baby, caregiving, child abuse, horror,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MY CHILDHOOD ANGEL
How did my Nanny know of the horrors that went on in our home?  Was it the palpable fear in my eyes, or her heavenly instinct?  Today, I believe she had a divine...

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Categories: abuse, angel, anti bullying, child abuse, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SHOW ME WHAT LIFE IS
I move my hurtful head and stare forlorn
Over my non-existing boundary,
Where past is seen and future laughs decayed.
Here language is an unwelcome guest,
In stillness awkward, clean environment.
My eyes stay empty, yet insist and glare
Through looks...

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Categories: abuse, boy, child, child abuse, courage, hope,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Child set free
The child sat on the sofa,
her body laiden with bruises and covered in lice. 
She was only the age of one,
         maybe two.
     How could this be true?
I stared at my friend and she at...

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© Manon peel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: child abuse, freedom, heartbroken, innocence, mother, society,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Axeman Cometh
woo hoo. Donald Duck film at school today.
I'm so happy I'm five, cause now I get to do
all the fun things at school.

Donald showed me what to do if a fire comes to my house
to...

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Categories: child abuse, father daughter, fear,
Form: Bio
My tree
The most human of things, that was once said to me, sat in the garden, under the tree, licking my ice cream, feeling the grass, wanting to grow up, wanting to ask, wanting to drive,...

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Categories: adventure, age, anger, child, child abuse, depression,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Generation Shack
               	Password Paranoia

Hey, how did you do that?
Do what?
Open that can?
I used the can opener.
I KNOW, but where did you put...

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Categories: child abuse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Witch-Doctors and Tribal Headmen - XXV Part Two
Unquotable quotes: Witch-Doctors and Tribal Headmen – XXV (Part Two)

Which Asian “King” would crown himself “Emperor” during an elaborate theatrical ceremony while facing and exhorting the ruins of his Illustrious Ancestor’s capital?
Which commoner army captain...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, bullying, child abuse, humanity, people, truth,
Form: Epigram
Lost
I
At the marketplace
by sunrise
when the serenity of the dawn is ravished by unknown
voices…

When the Sun passes through the merry-go-round
beyond the horizon
when the turbulent wind is silenced,
and the voice of the cicadas
is no longer heard…

From a...

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Categories: child abuse,
Form: Free verse