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Premium Member Designed Evolution - Revisions, by God
Designed Evolution?
As Blue Sky’s dreams take root in fields like Daffodils
That blossom knowledge Love does serve all human souls,
Their truth grows wild across our lands! Oh, every crevice touches strands
Where Evolution has a chance...

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Categories: daffodils, faith, life, love, science,
Form: Rhyme

We,The Beggars
We have come to you
Like the sun to the cloud does
Anything you can afford
Please,do,spare us.
We've been under this bridge
even the ants gossips us
Because we share the same meal.
We have come to you
President soldier,Pastor Navy
we'll appreciate!

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Categories: daffodils, allegory,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Roses and Lilacs
by Michael R. Burch

The rose of love's bright promise
lies torn by her own thorn;
her scent was sweet
but at her feet
the pallid aphids mourn.

The lilac of devotion
has felt the winter hoar
and shed her dress;
she shivers?nude, forlorn.


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Categories: daffodils, desire, longing, love, nature, romance, rose, roses
Form: Verse
Premium Member Heroic Crown of Sonnets - Part One

Our Year Of Months (January - July)

1. Intro

Divided into months is our Earth year;
fixed firm in space to meet with climate change,
relation with our Sun makes it so clear
we will be blessed with seasons that...

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Categories: daffodils, earth, seasons,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member The Beauty of The Seasons
Summer magic, Winter delight, Spring fresh, and beautiful Fall.
The diverseness of the assorted seasons tends to delight us.
Each has its own ambiance and nuances, after all.
Some years they arrive with less fuss and muss.
Summer is...

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Categories: daffodils, seasons,
Form: Chant Royal

Premium Member A long, long time ago on a cold winter's night

A long, long time ago on a cold winter's night

A long, long time ago on a cold winter’s night
Two hearts were broken the crest of the eve
This is the story of how it all happened

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Categories: daffodils, fantasy, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Sundrenched Sight
Open up your mind and your heart for a change
Please don’t hesitate, 
For, you aren’t pushing the limits
If I were yours, 
I wouldn’t be drawing near to depression
Heads up! Don’t slouch down
Lift your head from...

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Categories: daffodils, change, dedication, deep, desire, encouraging, hope, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Kitcheners Poster, The Great War
February came in keeping with its ancient character a month of coldness, wetness and of thawing,
With departing frost and melting snow, February could possibly be called the wet season,
Maybe it's a time for floods and...

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Categories: adventure, daffodils,
Form: Blank verse
The Turning
The year has finally yawned and turned       
Upon a half-revealed shoulder.
A vibrancy, intrinsic to a reemerging 
Enforcement of the strengthening light, 
In its deliberate and unconcerned   ...

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Categories: daffodils, celebration,
Form: Rhyme
Field of Dreams
(World War One Poem)

Field Of Dreams

The World has stated our freedom,
the worms shall share a soldier's fear.
To look above my trench
is to be a thief in the night.
Life shall lurk, afraid of what is above.


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Categories: war, daffodils, universe,
Form: Free verse
RIbaldO the Clown
RIbaldO the Clown
he wore a black bandana and no make up yet his eyes were slanted up and 
when he was on the street everyone saw a clown he looked like a clown...

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Categories: anti bullying, betrayal, dark, daffodils,
Form: Prose Poetry
Vitale's Fantasy Part One
try me if you please as you are out spreading the disease
plagued by thoughts of granduer with affectionate melancholy
sparkling array of blissful care through the air
my very soul permeates a reason for being amidst the...

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Categories: daffodils, anxiety, art,
Form: Free verse
Originally Composed in Persian Language by:
M. H. Shahryar (1904- 1988)
Translated into English by:
 Abdullah Bageri Hamidi

Einstein! An unspecified greeting! Well, pardon;
Running in the twilight of moonlight, fair;
With the curl of the wavering...

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Categories: daffodils, education, environment, future, journey, mountains, war,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Easter Hunt

All signs of spring have arrived among the fields of yellow daisies and tall grass
Basking in glory the wading birds with its white silken body and long legs
Cattails burst tall with delight from the pond

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: children, daffodils, spring,
Form: Abecedarian
Listen to the whispering's of the unhushed winds gently echoing,
Ever so softly swaying, as through a tender exhaled breath of warmth,
Delicately reawakening mother earth from winters hibernating sleep,
Broken, shattered is the frozen icy spell of...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: daffodils, beauty, fantasy, flower, future, growth, inspirational, nature,
Form: Free verse
From Livius to Livia

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Categories: history, love, war, daffodils,
Form: Rhyme
At First Dawn, 
The curtains part.
The sun gently peaks over a distant horizon as its rays lightly stretch over the sky.
What was once the darkest blue speckled with small jewels is now an abstract mural...

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Categories: daffodils, autumn, spring, summer, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Odyssey of We are Centre

"The Odyssey of We are Centre"

Where does he come through 
with his fishing lines?
Casting off metaphors
worms of vitriol
hooked and dipped,
he’s so green backed  
rolling in grandiose 
self published flack
unhip and seasoned 
with his tart...

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Categories: daffodils, abuse, anti bullying, bullying, dark, imagery, psychological,
Form: Free verse
From every birth to every death
Underneath the sky
Every day in moments of music and tears
Every week month and year
Opaque and clear
The constant continuum
Containing millions of shades
From blades of love-grass
To mass of pain and scum
In between

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Categories: daffodils, allusion, beauty, boat, change, life, metaphor, time,
Form: Free verse
Brownian movement writ large
Akin to daffodils got to puff the magic dragon GoDaddy seed achieve
visibly absent pride and prejudice where aggrieve
ment unseen, as careening human bits believe
where forebears of Adam and the ants sandy dunes cleave
species pollination, yet...

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Categories: daffodils, adventure, age, allusion, conflict, confusion, humanity, myth,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Rites of Spring

   Excitedly we travelled to the fair.
   As fragrant scents of flowers filled the air.
   Dawns gift of light showing sights enthralling.
   Dewdrops mirror, broken pearlstrings falling.

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Categories: spring, daffodils,
Form: Rhyme
Assalaamu Alakum-May peace be upon you
The secret of a happy marriage is finding a right person. You know they are right if you love to be with them all the time.
The secret to a happy marriage is if you can...

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Categories: cinderella, daffodils, family, princess, soulmate, true love,
Form: Romanticism
A Walk In The Garden In Moonlight Part 1 of 2
( Song of Solomon 4: 16 )

We Walked In The Garden At Midnight
We Walked Thru The Garden In Moonlight

Among Azealeas & Verbenas & Blue Jonquils
Sweet Honeysuckle, Yellow Primroses & Daffodils
Among White Phlox & Orchids &...

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Categories: daffodils, allegory, anniversary, future, garden, growth, life, love,
Form: Free verse

Sprinkled-rainbow clouds reign above the skies,
peeping yellow in-between wrinkled pillars 
shine like bulbs to crash the net of fog
attached to curve hands of green Cathedrals.

A carpet of bluebells and daffodils

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Categories: beautiful, fantasy, imagery, journey, joy, magic, daffodils,
Form: Personification
Happy Thoughts


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Categories: allegory, childhood, fantasy, happiness, inspirational, time, daffodils,
Form: Rhyme