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The Tower rebuilt
I shall resolve to leave this
Place now...
And steadfastly search out,
Nestling between ridge and bluff
Amidst the folds of a foreign 
Land,
Several acres of unkempt ground
Fallow and rough;
Upon which stands...
Crumbled stone walls
With an exposed slate roof in
Some...

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Categories: condense, hope,
Form: Rhyme



Modern age girl
Deep down my heart veins,

There prevails the clouds of 

darkness that rains

But I condense them like 

morning dew,

Apply on my eyes with its kohl,

And the world hymns, so divine 

and beautiful.



Sometimes my blood runs cold...

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Categories: condense, girl
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The Damascus Room
The room is an object in its entirety.
Singular in form and mind,
and multiple in purpose and pleasure.
It is a secret capsule.
Though it was once adorned with bright reds and greens and plated golds
that climbed up...

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Categories: condense, art, culture, image, islamic, universe,
Form: Free verse
ENEMIES OF MY WORLD
ENEMIES OF MY WORLD

They are the enemies of my world
I do the wrong, and they the right
They love nothing more than to criticize me
They preach repentance yet they need deliverance
They are the armored assassins of...

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Categories: condense, pain, me, world, fear, me, time,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Fleeting Moment
A fleeting moment I possess
I tend to obsess
condense my sight to the obvious sightings
I'm beyond inferior to proposals and promise of wedding bells
unable to compete with the reigning smiles
and the incoming wave of tiny giants
opening...

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Categories: condense, symbolism,
Form: Free verse



A Concept of Creation
Imagine yourself as the energy of the Universe 
you exist with no beginning
perhaps like a flower 
you contract into a ball
becoming the singularity
then explode, out into the universe  
with a massive explosion of pure...

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Categories: condense, creation,
Form: Narrative
Reading as an oasis amidst turbulent emotional travails
Metaphorical troubled waters deluge
pitched me to and fro,
analogous to ghosts
that haunted Ebenezer Scrooge,
yours truly violently tossed
impossible mission to experience refuge

except when deeply engrossed
between bound pages
thick and juicy tome one garden variety
generic bookworm doth ravish
escape courtesy...

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Categories: condense, adventure, allusion, destiny, drink, metaphor, mythology, september,
Form: Free verse
The Ship
startled to sudden wakefulness
by the sudden lurch of the ship,
fear rose in my soul
cold, damp hull next to my berth,
I'd give 10 years of my life
to have my feet on solid earth

dark, quiet inboard
only the...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: condense, angst, death, natural disasters, nature, sea, sound,
Form: Ballad
THE BEGGING BEGGARS
En-route Onikan Stadium
I had evaporated from
My abode in Samonda
Only to condense in Iwo road. 
There I saw them  begging
One barely leaves before
Another jumps on us
They were beggars of the Niger-Area.

Behold !an old haggard
Tattered looking...

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Categories: condense, angst, black african american, life, people, lost,
Form: I do not know?
Connection
A storm was ending outside my door 
The last trillion drops just fell
Lightning flashed and thunder roared
It truly seemed like hell

Then up I looked and saw a drop 
Falling hard and fast
A tortured route with...

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© James Mair  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: condense, emotions, love, metaphor, rain, storm, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If I Could I Would Be
I. The ground fog that rises from dappled fields
Full of the scent of the earth and all living things,
Musky like dirt and fragrant like flowers,
Floating like wedding sheets,
Layers of microbes and dust, pollution too
Reflecting sun’s...

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Categories: condense, love,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member It's a Lifetime Away
It’s only fifteen hundred miles
From Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts,
To Omaha, Nebraska,
But it’s a lifetime away.
All those good years and bad years,
The old furniture and the new,
The thumbed wedding album, 
The baby books, class pictures,
Weddings and more...

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Categories: condense, emotions, feelings, longing, moving on,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Inside
In the padded cell of my confinement I think and feel and slide

Down a slope of reason and emotion dressed in gloves and mask

I am rebel but in times of these I learnt to follow...

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Categories: condense, character,
Form: Rhyme
ulan at sinag ng araw: pagmumuni ng isang tulirong isip
my head touches the pillow
as gentle rain lulls me 
and i just want to   s
                  ...

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Categories: condense, angst, feelings, introspection, light, rain, sun,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Home is Where
Home is where . . .

The heart and reason mould into one and the same mirror of harmony

. . . the Golden Mean and centre of gravity as long as life’s turns spin around 

....

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Categories: condense, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
masticating with deliberation
(alternately titled fancyfeast feeds finicky folky fungi) 

No matter this omnivore 
experiences stomach rumbles like birth
(pains) of a nation (loud enough to be heard 
clear opposite side of Earth), 
this self actualized (1% Neanderthal 
ask...

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Categories: condense, appreciation, character, food, health, i am, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Pen and a paper
Like a finger and a nail, we have a relationship.
Nothing pale, but great as we make contact.
Like a key on a door, the importance we serve
As we mate like red imported fire ants,
We produce words,...

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Categories: condense, cute love, emotions, love, poems, poetry, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Beyond what Matters
you breathed rainbows into my skin,

I felt your breath condense
against my pupils, and
streak down my cheeks in rows
of mascara-tarmac strips

but I haven't felt you for weeks.

Your ribs caged me
and I lost myself in the depths...

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Categories: condense, childhood, loss, nostalgia, time, me, time,
Form: Free verse
Collegetown Hipsters
I see you hipsters in rustic coffee shops with pictures of Marlyn Monroe and contemporary art, 
the girl in all black with a black beret to make her look more avant-garde and red colored hair...

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Categories: condense, art, community, culture, fashion, funny, imagery, metaphor,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member hanging on
no scrap of wrestle left inside and the battle remains

the same each morning in and all night out of peace

rock bottom ground control on empty remote chance

that this too shall pass in lost resolve of...

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Categories: condense, courage,
Form: Free verse
The Arms of a Stranger
The odor of warmth and affection,
The feeling of love and protection,
An isolated heaven of love;
I lay in his arms like an angel,
Like a white dove,

At the moment,
I am living an endless time
Of eternal happiness,
Life seems...

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Categories: condense, angst, life, lost love, mystery, sad, words,
Form: Free verse
Daylight come
Impatient hummingbirds pull back the Lacey drape of morn.                          ...

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© Junie Moon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: condense, bangla, boyfriend, day,
Form: Free verse
Realidade e o Sonho Reality and the Dream
Realidade e o Sonho

Diz o poeta pessimista,
somos um sonho divino 
que não se condensou, 
por completo.

Digo eu otimista
existe, em nós, 
um espaço interior;
que dá o poder de sonhar
de planejar
comunicar e realizar. 

Digo eu otimista
a vida...

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Categories: condense, business,
Form: Free verse
Opium and Opera
When the Opium wears off,
my bones begin to ache
at every passing breeze,
my muscles succumb to gravity’s will,
and my skin is a blanket of pain.

When the Opera finally ends,
the silence is
as deafening as a drowning violin,
as...

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Categories: condense, analogy, confusion, dream, fantasy, life, self, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Noise in her Mind
Noise in her Mind

I know her so well she came long ago to visit my being
                   ...

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Categories: condense, love,
Form: Free verse