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Long In the Tooth Male Doth Recount Reflect Reimagine
Long in the tooth male doth recount, reflect, reimagine...
his woebegone damn dental daze today May 5th, 2021 

No particular rhyme nor reason
garden variety indentured flunky (me)
revisits his salmagundi salad days, 
when oral blight smote 

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Categories: cinco de mayo, 2nd grade, absence, age, body, cinco de
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Cry of Dolores
The Cry Of Dolores

A popular priest in 1810, Spanish rule he spoke against
those who had overthrown the Spanish Viceroy José de Iturrigaray
A speech calling upon the people to protect in angst
Their King Ferdinand VII was...

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© I Am Anaya  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cinco de mayo, history, independence day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Chapter 123: Damian Delilah Mallory: the Punch Line
Date:  April   2049

11 pm late night paradise. Some are
Conspicuously conspiring as to their
Next day. Damian's Household now
Consisted of his brother Sidney 
Sidney's wife Saderi their two sons
Benawi (Nawi) and Holikiah (Hoki).

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Categories: beautiful, birth, black love, cinco de mayo,
Form: Alliteration
Holidays With a Change In the Weather
Holidays with a change in the weather

      It starts with a chill in the air.  January the first day of the first month. A new thought of expectations, a...

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Categories: holiday, labor day, cinco de mayo, ,
Form: Rhyme
Select Which Effect Is Correct and More
Should Select Which Effect Is Correct

What you should do is detect and select,
Which one you want  and can be correct,
That does adapt,
Without mishap;
Willl energize an effectice efficient effect.

Jim Horn

Heading for the magic number 666.


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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cinco de mayo, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member A Mirror Repast
The mirror it hangs, suspended in Space
How it hangs there how, I don't know in that place.

But as I look in, I see there's my face
Two ears, mounted to my head empty, like an old...

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Categories: cinco de mayo, dream, firework, food, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Redneck Saw a Black Girl
Racial slurs fly in Michigan like footballs. 
I'm not supposed to point the finger at white women,
but white women who enjoy NASCAR, and mass 
quantities of alcohol. can be pretty racists and homophobic, 
This white...

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© Lyon Brave  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black african american, cinco de mayo, freedom,
Form: Blank verse
Just Rantcid
Looking like the cat that ate the mocking jay                          ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cinco de mayo, humor, satire, writing,
Form: Free verse
A Cyclops was chatting briefly to a triceratops on the A9. Travelling to a cooked conference. The deepening road arched in anticipation of wheels. Wow. The heightened awareness of ninety million snails parachuting from above...

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Categories: bible, cinco de mayo,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Wake

What is that noise?
I have heard it before?
In the ramblings...
of my loved ones words? 

I must get up and seek it out.
I rise like the house is on fire...
but in fear of being alive, 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allah, celebrity, cinco de mayo, death of
Form: Narrative
Chess Magic Or Favor
I won five Chess games in a row on 5th May 2020. It is Cinco de Mayo, or a special FREEDOM DAY in Mexican history. Although I may have become addicted to CHESS during the...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cinco de mayo, allegory, bible, blessing, computer, games, internet, miracle,
Form: Prose
Disappearing New Year
Tickling their tummy's with tinkling bells that twinkle
sounds rumbling upon the roof of eight tiny reindeer
tangled lights and snow transforming a sparkling night
a flickering fire with sparks floating with loves desires

Casting a spell with dreams...

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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cinco de mayo, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Recipe: Poulet Roti - French Style - Ballade Le Chant Royal - Concluding Stanza
RECIPE: “Poulet Roti” French Style - La Ballade “Le Chant Royal” -Concluding Stanza

(Note: As you can see, I have taken certain liberties with the fixed form, but have always kept close to the spirit of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, allegory, child abuse, cinco de mayo,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Poetry
deep sentiments expressed through the pen,
hard to say why it flows and when,
it is a signature of thoughts that are formed within,
said with tears or smiles without guilt or feelings of sin!
the turbulent stream...

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Categories: cinco de mayo, depression, feelings, poetry, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If You Pull a Long Face - Part Xxxi

IF you pull a long lagging-behind face
You deserve your copycat status in more than one way
Marco Polo brought back cracker-power not to powder face
Noble Savage Injuns and...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anti bullying, cinco de mayo, england, firework,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Pigeon Tai Chi
Park of unfenced wildness
          densely packed in light infused summer
city folk beat paths of free spirited essence

park pigeons squat, survey seniors

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Categories: bird, cinco de mayo, environment, flying, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If Ever I Had a Country : Xxiii and Xxiv
IF ever I had a country : XXIII-XXIV


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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, cinco de mayo, corruption,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Although Its October
Although its October
I'll wish you a Happy Thanksgiving
Although it October 
I'll wish you a Merry Christmas
Although it October
I'll wish you a Happy New Year
Although it October
I'll wish you a Happy Valentine's Day
Although it October
I'll wish...

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Categories: cinco de mayo, dedication, holiday, people, happy, me, april, happy,
Form: I do not know?
Cinco De Mayo and the Conquest of Puebla
Cinco De Mayo, the fifth day of May, to all Mexican and Mexican-Americans, is a very special day,

It celebrates the Mexican's Armies, unlikely victory over France, The Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, was...

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Categories: history, cinco de mayo,
Form: I do not know?
Forgotten Memory
The forgotten memory
Years ago I received a video from a place I had left I put it in a drawer
 where it languished for years, yesterday I played it an eerie a part of
a history...

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Categories: candy, cat, character, childhood, cinco de mayo,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member May May Be
May May Be
By Franklin Price

May may be the nicest month
Of all the dozen best
You may ask why would I say this
Let us put it to the test

The days of winter gone
Freakish April in the past

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Categories: may, cinco de mayo, , memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Cinco De Mayo
Every May 5th, all of the Mexicans and the Americans celebrate Cinco de Mayo. This Mexican holiday has been an annual holiday since the Mexican soldiers had fought the British soldiers for independence and the...

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Categories: cinco de mayo, holiday, on work and working, holiday, cinco
Form: Epic
Distorted Desire
Hope no found, 
Life too short, 
Caterpillar on a hedge sword, 
Walking in a sensational trait.
Love abode, care abounds,
I could have leaved a million years without love.
This papa longed for but never seen.
The wives...

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Categories: africa, allusion, art, beauty, cinco de mayo,
Form: Ballad
It's a Habit
Nail biting, a habit so strong
It's hard to break, it lingers on
It's a nervous habit, it's true
It's hard to stop, what can I do?

My nails are short, my fingers bare
I bite them down, I just...

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© Ajay Ajay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, butterfly, cinco de mayo, conflict,
Form: Rhyme
Indoor and Outdoor Plants
The rain that fell on the night was of the type pot plants like,
 it has stopped the air is mild, and the flowers smiles except the lemon tree
that is born grumpy and bears bitter...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: chicago, cinco de mayo, clothes, computer,
Form: Blank verse