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Premium Member The Bone Idol
[First posted in 3 parts. Intended novel: time never allowed]

Prologue
This,  Sir, is the prologue from before our tale begins
About the day our father did succumb to mortal sins
And left behind a man who would...

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Categories: decrepit, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme



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: decrepit, death, murder, tiger, wife,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Cowboy Way - 1st THIRD
This is, as indicated, the 1st THIRD of this lengthy poem. The 2nd and final thirds had to be posted separately due to Poetry Soup's file-size limitations. No other way I could manage to make...

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Categories: decrepit, crush, first love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Paris the last week of the August reprieve- XXXV Part Two
Unquotable quotes: Paris, the last week of the August reprieve – XXXV Part Two
                 II

The first signs reek tell-tale
Buffer-to-buffer...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: decrepit, august, autumn, farewell, lost love, winter,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Paris the last week of the August reprieve - XXXV Part One
Unquotable quotes: Paris, the last week of the August reprieve – XXXV
 Part One                     ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: decrepit, august, autumn, farewell, september, society,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member Cowboy Shooters On Motor Scooters
[Just a little note to help maintain the peace on Soup.          
To cause no animosity among our friendly group
I myself am partial to some tasty asian...

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Categories: decrepit, humorous, native american, western,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Beggars - XXX
Unquotable quotes: Beggars - XXX

Who said beggars cannot be choosers?

Who chooses for them the place, the moment or the people they choose to beg from; the hours of the begging day; the alms they refuse;...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: decrepit, august, french, holiday, leadership, power, sun,
Form: Epigram
Rites and Relics
A midnight shriek or sudden bang
Disrupts the thread of tales,
Entangled in unconscious mind
With sounds of lashing flails.

Wherefrom it comes, whither it goes?
I threw my eyes up there,
The eerie void soon called me up
To trudge down...

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Categories: decrepit, bereavement,
Form: Ballad
Cybersurfing netizen flounders
Cybersurfing netizen flounders...
analogous to a fish out of water

Ever since being a little gull hubble buoy,
I bobbed (while donning square pants)
like spongy flotsam and jetsam at sea.

Now as one decrepit
humble lumpenproletariat neopoet,
I experienced existence
with pronounced...

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Categories: decrepit, 12th grade, adventure, age, angst, animal, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
Rental rebate plus affordable rent
Rental rebate plus affordable rent...

One benefit living at
Highland Manor Apartments
until decrepit and bent...
constitutes qualifying for reimbursement
direct deposited into checking
as chump change event,
hence one generic grateful gent
feels self satisfied as Clark Kent.

After wing and prayer
granted courtesy...

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Categories: decrepit, america, beautiful, blessing, encouraging, happiness, humorous, march,
Form: Rhyme
My ebbing physical prowess and strength
I take stock and revisit good ole days of yore
quite conscious undeclared state of war
prevails within body electric of troubadour
now seated at his Macbook Pro
today February 20, 2021.

Since January thirteenth of this year
(two thousand and...

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Categories: decrepit, 12th grade, confusion, courage, death, depression, desire,
Form: Rhyme
Death stole my dad
At the breaking of the new dawn
Where the hopeful golden glow melts the dew
A sleepy world awakens to the brightened new dawn of life
But at the striking of that aged light
Where the anguished reddened heat...

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Categories: decrepit, dad, death,
Form: Free verse
it all fades
certainly a sinister truth,
but one from which none of us can run,
that the love which one seeks can be
so vibrant & so riveting, so supposedly
different than all which came before,
such that would force one to...

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Categories: decrepit, life, life, life, may,
Form: Free verse
Mine mortal flesh can finally escape
Mine mortal flesh can finally escape...

Though mentally, physically,
and spiritually healthy... meth
hood dolled logy 
hoop fully, ideally, joyfully...
unannounced twill be mine death
without forewarning thine

grand finale allocated breath
best surprise visit me
(without reason nor rhyme)
ye grim reaper, when...

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Categories: decrepit, 11th grade, 12th grade, bereavement, blessing, creation,
Form: Free verse
The Fork In Hinchmen Road
There is a crooked fork in Hinchmen Road,
Where ghosts are often present,
gathered around the beating post,
of a frightened female peasant.
Hinchmen Road is nowhere near,
any worldly destination.
One wrong turn and you'll disappear,
into a ghostly recreation.
Two centuries...

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Categories: decrepit, gothic, halloween, horror, drug,
Form: Verse
Tourette Syndrome - The fruits
No where is where it is – can't be found, so there
No where is where it goes just sits and waits for your despair
Scratching your inner most private thoughts, with words of hunger and sadistic...

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Categories: decrepit, anxiety, conflict, cry, sad,
Form: Rhyme
AN OLDER WOMAN PAYS HER DUES
The truculent night opened its ears and eyes
to acknowledge the fervor of the melee raging in her brain

She woke up with ringing in her ears
was it tinnitus or a heart attack?

She didn’t know, 
but it...

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Categories: decrepit, life, love, old, people, soulmate, strength,
Form: Blank verse
Short Guide through Geo Political Economy Part 1
At the end of one pleasant evening
It was decided to end it on the highest note…
He placed himself on grandest stage
And stretching mighty or shaky hand to the horizon
He simply said to esteemed crowd:

We are...

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Categories: decrepit, allusion, political, world,
Form: Concrete
No better tomorrow
****"No better tomorrow""***


Before the sun could have made its appearance,
her eyes are forced open,
with the outburst of the little one's patience;
Frustrated, sleep deprived and irritated, 
She jolts her head with the steel roof,
roof of sufferings,
covering...

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Categories: decrepit, absence, abuse, pain, poverty, truth, women,
Form: Lyric
To live, flightless birds
A single branch, clawed and pecked, fickle and straining,
Lonely Nestling and father, paw and peck at their home
Lonely branch, spasms in the wind
Nestling and father paw and peck, yearn and whimper
These Flightless Birds, on a...

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Categories: decrepit, caregiving, childhood, death, dedication, depression, faith, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Fairytales
Fairytales, 2012
V. Ortiz Vazquez


A vast void
Nothing like the Alice in Wonderland hole
Where a fall reveals mystical creatures
An adventurous journey to find one’s self
Whishes bounce between hollow walls
Descending into nothingness
Nothing like Aladdin’s life
Where his every whim...

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Categories: decrepit, hope, life, life, time,
Form: Free verse
Framing Godless Humble Ideology
Atheistic beneficent credo,
dogmatically evokes fundamental
gnostic humanistic invocations,
joyously kickstarting literary

métier, native oeuvre
pulsating quintessentially,
rudimentary schema
traversing utilitarian vectors,
winsomely xing yore zen.
*     *     *     *  ...

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Categories: decrepit, 11th grade, 12th grade, meaningful, mirror, perspective,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Infallible
Infallible 

I fall into the rain, beneath me;
My sky a glittery dust to thee,
Calling the joy I hath not met,
Thou cometh sweetly, but late. 

I fall into the cold, and just me;
Only I understand the clouds,
Oh!...

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Categories: decrepit, 4th grade, age, beautiful, blessing, cute love,
Form: Rhyme
Shana and Shano Part I
I leaned back and rubbed my work – weary 
eyes as the stress of teaching left my
mind. 

The children were playing a few yards away from me.
Their cheerful laughter could easily be heard above the
din...

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Categories: decrepit, adventure, art, childhood, family, children, friendship, imagination,
Form: Free verse
ALONE UPON THIS HALLOWEEN SCENE(a fictional Tale)
Stepping out into the Autumn night of Halloween
It is the Witches and the Warlocks turn to dance
Their air of mystery and mystic is all around
The zombies or the Undead cannot speak
but,their presence seems to be...

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© Bart Jonas  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: decrepit, adventure, science fiction, me, night, old, autumn,
Form: Narrative