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A Love's Dialogue
Unique: I need someone to hold me and tell
me it's alright.
I need someone to hold my hands and feel
my pain.
I need someone to kiss away my pain.
I need someone to look into my eyes and...

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Categories: dart, allusion,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Poems about Mothers
Poems about Mothers

Mother's Smile
by Michael R. Burch

There never was a fonder smile
than mother's smile, no softer touch
than mother's touch. So sleep awhile
and know she loves you more than "much."

So more than "much, " much more...

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Categories: dart, child, children, love, mother, mother daughter, mother
Form: Rhyme
A Vain Word
A Vain Word
by Michael R. Burch

Oleanders at dawn preen extravagant whorls
as I read in leaves’ Sanskrit brief moments remaining
till sunset implodes, till the moon strands grey pearls
under moss-stubbled oaks, full of whispers, complaining
to the darkening...

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Categories: dart, autumn, beauty, extended metaphor, grief, heartbreak, moon,
Form: Sonnet
Heat Lightening
Heat Lightening
by Michael R. Burch

Each night beneath the elms, we never knew
which lights beyond dark hills might stall, advance,
then lurch into strange headbeams tilted up
like searchlights seeking contact in the distance . . .

Quiescent unions...

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Categories: dart, car, crush, desire, love, lust, sexy, teen
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Missed By a Mile
Having been avid antiques collectors for nearly 4 decades, my wife and I met our share of rascals like this sneaky dealer - 

Damp and chilly winds were blowing, leaves would paint the ground,
As me...

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Categories: dart, humor,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Tuan Tata: Song of Uda - Parts One and Two
 TUAN TATA : Song of Uda - I
by T. Wignesan

(Patrick Noone, a British anthropologist, discovered the Ple-Temiar tribe living isolated in the jungle highlands in the State of Perak on the west coast of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dart, death, murder, tiger, wife,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Canto XXVII Hell transalation
Already was straight up the flame and steady
To speak no more, and yet away it went
Being the sweet poet to let it ready,

When another, which followed in ascent,
Made us to turn our eyes to top...

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Categories: dart, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member Divine Comedy translation CANTO XII
Was the place where we climbing down the bank
Then arrived, alpine and, for what was there
Such as, that any eyesight would be shrank.

Similar to landslide that in side bare
Before Trento the Adige just smote,
Or for...

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Categories: dart, fantasy, universe,
Form: Terza Rima

These are translations of ancient Greek poems about Eros. Eros was the Greek counterpart of the Roman god Cupid. While today we tend to think of Cupid as an angelic cherub...

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Categories: dart, cute love, desire, god, heart, love, lust,
Form: Epigram
In sandy Egypt lived three men
In ancient days when pharaohs reigned
The kingdom of the pyramids,
Osiris and that Isis’ den,
Whom everyone worships and heeds,
Or at least doing so they feigned,
And those gods too blessed them and...

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Categories: dart, sin,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Catonita Strikes - Part One: A Freezer Mice adventure
Continued from FREEZER MICE

The cat had travelled straight from hell, a hell beyond the stars
The cat that theories claim once levied genocide on Mars
She now seeks vengeance on descendants of the primal shrew
Whoever knew that...

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Categories: dart, adventure,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Pedicure Virgin
I don't know what came over me that day - an instant of weakness after years of resistance, I suppose.

My beaming spouse leads me, a dog on a short leash, into the forbidden citadel, the...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dart, humor,
Form: Prose
The Odium of Sodium
Like a Phoenix, I rise up from the ashes of my past 
Your beautiful tune mended the Earth with exquisite mirth 
Like a runner, I'm running forward to the finish line oh so fast 

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Categories: dart, betrayal, crazy, dark, deep, depression, desire, encouraging,
Form: Verse
9 - Dont bee late for Flight-school
Don’t bee late for Flight-school

Ok…Are you sure you have got everything that you need?
There is nothing you have forgotten?
Nothing you want to get before you leave?
Are you sure you don’t need to use the lavatory...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dart, family, flying, friendship, growth, insect, joy, love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Covid Walk
  thermometer reads zero, a chilly breeze blows
  apple cores thrown, the blackbirds feed
  my multi-layered partner dons her wooly hat
  impatiently, she waits for me
  securing covid masks amidst...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dart, anxiety, feelings, humanity, journey, life,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Snow
The very fact of being alive, often causes one to seek adventure;
And sometimes it is no deterrent, when it carries traces of danger.

I was not a seasoned survivalist, but very much loved the outdoors,
Like varicolored...

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Categories: dart, adventure, fantasy, friendship love, magic, mountains, snow,
Form: Couplet
Love Of Our Life
LOVE Of Our Life

Life’s journey swim links 2 defined moments - birth & death.
To survive its stretch we swim different strokes,
Delivered inner strength combats heavy tides & puncture pokes,
Hidden forces compatibly energize different folks,
Fortifying for...

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Categories: dart, desire, emotions, god, love, perspective, relationship, wisdom,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Winter Thoughts of Ann Rutledge
These are poems about Ann Rutledge and her romantic relationship with Abraham Lincoln. 

Winter Thoughts of Ann Rutledge
by Michael R. Burch

Winter was not easy,
nor would the spring return.
I knew you by your absence,
as men are...

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Categories: dart, history, lost love, love, presidents day, romance,
Form: Rhyme
Choices and voices
Choices my dear one,
So many choices, 
So few voices,
Some near,
Some far,
Some to fear.

A path.
Clear and chosen.  
The erasure of a closing.
The logos of math.
The trajectory of wrath.
The conciliatory legislation blindly ruling the cosmos of...

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Categories: dart, courage, inspirational, life, lost love, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dante's Hell translation CANTO XXXIII part1
Uplifted his mouth from wild and fierce meal
That sinner, it furbishing at the hair
Of head on back of which he had to steal.

Then started: “You want I renew and share
Desperate pain which is pressing my...

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Categories: dart, fantasy, , cute,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member Ashore
  margins stimulate and juxtapose
  edges greet with troubled, disturbing friction
  faraway forces exert influence and combine relentlessly
  how the Sun and Moon dance together about the planet Earth

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dart, beach, environment, humanity, ocean,
Form: Verse

What makes one man or woman better than another?
Should we think differently of those who adapted
to another environment and adapted another color?

If our differences are only skin deep as a tone
why do we unto our...

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Categories: dart, black african american, immigration, native american, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Keep Me Good Company
Keep Me Good Company…

From spiraling into unconstructive decay, 
Plugging my volcano of negative gossip & hearsay, 
Planting productive advice to direct my way,
Removes pokey cacti from under my feet,...

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Categories: dart, best friend, destiny, environment, faith, friendship, inspirational,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Hiding in plain sight
I had my plan memorized, 
and I picked the right time.
I walked into the bank 
when there was no line.
I walked up to the teller 
and presented a note.
She hadn’t lived my life, 
you see,...

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Categories: dart, adventure, fantasy, hope, metaphor, poems, poetry,
Form: Free verse
A Cynical Observation
When Cupid fired an arrow in the air,
Where it might land?  He did not care!
His only intent?  To lighten his quiver,
When he shot his barbed Love dart thither!
So came the time, or so...

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Categories: dart, betrayal, humor, myth,
Form: Rhyme