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Premium Member Unquotable quotes Writers - XXXVIII
Unquotable quotes: Writers – XXXVIII

     for Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoieski  
     who let not even hope sustain them and who used their...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cut up, creation, england, imagination, inspiration, judgement, writing,
Form: Epigram



Premium Member Once Upon Time
Once within eternal time
of pre-bicameral lack of language,
and imaginative recreation,
I recall breathing in my Lover's richly hued nutrition,
and my Lover inhaling mine,
purging Elder lungs of misperceptions
that I owned Her
any more or less than she wanted...

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Categories: cut up, birth, culture, history, nature, science, time, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sublime Terror
Let's say I am an anthropocentric terrorist.

What would we be saying? 
And isn't that redundant somehow?
If terrorists are ethnocentric,
does that not also require you to indulge in anthro-centrism?

I suppose
if you are not an Anthro,
then it's...

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Categories: cut up, earth, earth day, fear, identity, peace, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Difference in the Stories We Want to Tell
Ohh I could have sat with my heart 
--elevated with dribbled echoes-- 
ahhhhhh until it yet exhaled the tarnished seams 
capturing only the quiet current lapping
and soaking dirty steel embankment	
along the river’s edge beneath the...

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Categories: cut up, death of a friend, music, nostalgia, river,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Free Fruits

Green light means go ahead
Make your choice
Here’s a list of the Green light or free, fruits go, go, go and eat them up

Apples, dried: Dried apples make a great snack food and are easy to...

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Categories: cut up, fruit,
Form: List



A Prelude to Hell
No youngster himself, Fred often repeats what his father used to say: 

"There are always preludes to hell." 

For Fred one of those preludes is waiting for service people, folks who fix the things in...

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Categories: cut up, age, war,
Form: Prose
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLVIII - Tongue Teasers
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLVIII - Tongue Teasers

If the « Yellow Race » could have invented the alphabet, they wouldn’t still be seeing « Images » when they close their eyes. Picasso, Dadaism, Surrealist and Abstract painting...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cut up, humor, imagery, irony, satire, word play,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Sun setting over the dark green fringe of a shivering lake
Sun setting over the dark green fringe of a shivering lake on the last day of winter
An old man still unbent sits on a deserted wooden bench
   with the load of his cares...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cut up, bird, loneliness, song, spring, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Dark Curse, The Monster and His Act Of Vengeance Averted
The Dark Curse, The Monster and His Act Of Vengeance Averted

He killed a loud squirrel, hungry hawk and silent mouse
Tossed them in a black bag along with six dead toads
By midnight moon took all to...

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Categories: cut up, dark, evil, grief, halloween, hate, judgement, magic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Kitchen Not the Cake
There’s cheap lunches in the Barley Tavern,
each Wednesday, when after one o’clock.
I always chose to eat beer battered fish,
plus mystery cake a little bit ad hoc.
And this Wednesday here in the tavern,
Ted Austin joined me...

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Categories: cut up, humor,
Form: Rhyme
One Last Goodbye
I keep trying to tell myself
That I can handle this
That being around you has gotten easier
I can smile and I can laugh
I can even make jokes and cut up too
I can be strong or so...

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Categories: cut up, remember,
Form: Free verse
Grandma NiNi
Grandma NiNi

We don’t know when 
But she’s at it again
By and by it rained 
A rumbling roar, 
Near deafening ,
Awakened grandma from her silence

A flicker of light crossed the sky 
And her words came to...

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Categories: cut up, age, america, beautiful, care, grandparents, journey, paradise,
Form: Narrative
Fair weather parents
“It’s all in a day’s work
 Tryin’ hard to defend
 The time that I spend alone.”
     ~ Chaka Khan, “What ‘Cha Gonna Do For Me” from the album  UNSUPPORTED CODE...

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Categories: cut up, betrayal, childhood, family, home, longing, parents, vanity,
Form: Verse
The Sheep and the Shepherds
Was there something of an issue there,
With a wondering sheep being lost, 
Just at that time when the shepherds, 
Were on the way to rejoice and toast? 

I rather think that, most definitely, 
The shepherds...

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Categories: cut up, angel, animal, birth, christmas, community, food, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
the unplanned agony
after years of working &
raising the kids, whom both adopted,
ended up with problems that came from
undisclosed heredity,
the two had put aside a 
nest egg, as so many did 
in their generation,
growing up with parents who
remembered...

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Categories: cut up, life, care, care, life, stress, time, cancer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Akbar, the Great 1542 - 1605
Can a man – all alone - foist a god upon his fellows
Even if it’s only himself
And they his subjects

G.. is Akbar!

Does the muezzin from the minaret of Qoutoub-Minar
look up or
down to the illiterate savant...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cut up, adventure, , atheist,
Form: Free verse
The Price of 'Progress', Part I
If you are now reading this note
I am hoping you’ll understand,
I didn’t mean for any of this,
was trying to be a good man.
All that I was trying to do
was support my only son, Dan.
It started...

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Categories: cut up, confusion, death, gender, political, sad, sorrow, suicide,
Form: Narrative
Twice in a lifetime
You can call it love
That I know for sure
But, I think it is something else
Something so much more

It's a feeling like no other
You know it when it hits
It's when two things go together
When it's perfect,...

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Categories: cut up, appreciation, guitar, hockey, magic, music,
Form: Rhyme
Party Hard
I had a woman but she's gone for good
I could get her back, don't know if I should
It's alright though I can get many more
They call 'em callgirls but I called 'em whores
I gave 'em...

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Categories: cut up, death, life, lost love, love, music, sad,
Form: Lyric
Atlantean PipeDream
Running this way and that, in search of some adventure new
The roads ran their course with flatirons the ruts not few
Over hill, mountain, river, valley, flood, glen and dale
To the open sea with long, sandy...

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Categories: cut up, 12th grade, 9th grade, absence, africa, aubade,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Dissecting The Declaration of Independence
Dissect is a no-nonsense word, meaning to cut up, to cut open, to examine in detail.  My first recalled encounter with dissecting took place in my high school biology class where we dissected a...

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Categories: cut up, america,
Form: Prose
The Old Oak Tree
I have a picture of a tree,
its gnarled trunk thick and wide,
support branches reaching a hundred feet high

Once started as a seed,
has grown to become truly mighty,
generations have played under her leaves,
climbing high into her...

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Categories: cut up, natureold, old,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Chloee and Reginald The Stand Down Dachshund Comedians

One

Chloee? Yes Reginald! 
Why do they call us Dachshunds, Wiener Dogs?
Maybe they call you a Wiener Reginald!
You cut me off at the legs with that one Chloee!

Two

Chloee? Yes Reginald! Have you ever smelled mothballs.
No Reginald it's too...

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Categories: cut up, funny, humor, humorous, roses are red,
Form: Burlesque
Colour
Do we see the world 
through rose coloured glasses 
Durst cut up the bodies of people
Psychologists say
He must have a mental illness
perhaps but the spanish
conquistadors cut up the bodies
of american indian babies
did they all have...

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Categories: cut up, abuse, people, prejudice,
Form: Narrative
My Greatest Regret
When was the last time I ate a meal? 
I lay in bed, contemplating what is real,
Crying myself to sleep, wanting to be done,
I want my last moment to finally come. 

My arms have been...

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© Ren Mills  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cut up, anxiety, depression, emotions, hope, mental illness, suicide,
Form: Lyric