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Premium Member A Small Bouquet Of My Word Groupings

you were an infant
i would sing a song i created for you

'there's a baby in my arms
there's a baby in the mirror
but honey 
there's not really two
the child in the mirror
is only 
an image 

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Categories: deflect, appreciation, celebration, childhood, daughter, encouraging, faith, inspiration,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Sacred Falling Stars
Once upon a time a gymnast teacher told a girl, 
and all her classmates, 
to gather round 
to spot the student currently bouncing 
on the trampoline. 

They circled 
to volunteer a ring of imperfectly rhythmed

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Categories: deflect, allegory, analogy, caregiving, health, passion, political, power,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup
THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup

"It is sweet and fitting/glorious to lay your life down for your country » - from a poem by HORACE

(See my story selected to represent France in the 2006...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deflect, football, games, humor, sports, stress, woman, women,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Rouging of the Lamb B
My sweet mother of pearl
struck a ruby eyed reef 
then quickly sank into the deep,
just shy of the cay of life. 
Don't remember much about her,
those that did have long since blown away,
daddy never had...

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Categories: deflect, childhood, pain,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Promise
I'm writing on the first page.
I love the concord and quiet at my age.
The morning came from a genius mage.
In my spirit, I am searching for the truth stage.
To understand things to resist this upsurge.

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Categories: deflect, america, appreciation, confidence, depression, devotion, fear, humanity,
Form: Rhyme

inferno yawn
rise and shine deflect common sense while white dilapidated guts spawn oppossing beats an treats that are not so daring as uncommon feats and relativity clings to gravity and in spite of everything nothingness has...

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© Jim Cross  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deflect, beauty, desire, dream, hope, life, love, sun,
Form: I do not know?
The pretext of my residency here seems to have exhausted itself. I now find myself in need of offering an explanation for the immediacy of my departure. No doubt certain obvious reasons will come unprompted...

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Categories: deflect, allegory, dark, solitude,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Dream Deep, Little Mystic
Oh, my Dear Little One ...

Sleep, and sleep soundly ...
Dream of the wispy realms,
Where the stars dance and spin,
For the morrow shall bring much change.

Such horror we have left behind ...
Such a long, arduous journey...

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Categories: deflect, adventure, animal, child, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winter's Journey - Part 1b
“Winter’s Journey”  (Part 1b)

Your mother's Universe resounds inside you 
where you are every single sparkling star 
in every planet’s sky, the Galaxies are vast you see, 
in you she’ll never die.

You are all the...

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Categories: deflect, daughter, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
Surrounded by hate and negativity
This world is cruel only because they shape it to be
No one ever said life would be a breeze
I must kill my monster

They fill...

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Categories: deflect, anger, conflict, dark, how i feel, loneliness,
Form: Free verse
How to Beat the Heat
the heat is on and the temperature feels like its hot as hell
the heat is on in every aspect of life in these turbulent times as well
environmentally, economically and politically society is at the boiling...

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Categories: deflect, faith, inspirational, life, upliftingwords, god, light, fire,
Form: Didactic
Inspired by Johnny cash gods gonna cut you down
You can try your might
You can run all night
What's done in the dark will come out in the light
It can be messy
Be ready to flight 
But what's done in the dark always...

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Categories: deflect, anger,
Form: Rhyme
The man in my mirror
There dwells another man in my mirror and it’s not me
The obvious differences, between us, I want the people to see.
The man in my mirror  is bitter and sulks all day and night
Have tried...

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Categories: deflect, joy, life, me, mirror, time,
Form: Rhyme
Let it fall away
   Ego was lost.
Heart was realized;
spirit, unified~ and realized,
Fears flooding relentlessly;
bravery and determination to get through.

Realized thoughts were not self, they come & go.
Sat on the throne above thoughts; conscious observer.


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© Kyle Young  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deflect, dedication, freedom, humanity, leadership, meaningful, miracle, spiritual,
Form: I do not know?
Dear ......,

Its over, it's finished, I mean it - we're through!
I thought it was me but now know it was you.
I'm done with your lies, your greed, my fixation
insatiable urge that precedes degradation.

It's cost me...

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Categories: deflect, addiction, beautiful, drink, drug,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Whatever You Say, Dear
It's Friday! And it’s “Girls’ Night Out"! His favorite dinner and wine we shared!
We give each other a little bit space, at least, once every other week
Any given night, always a special treat, we may...

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Categories: deflect, girlfriend-boyfriend, husband, life, love, passion, romance, wifelove,
Form: Free verse
Supernova In Photosynthesis

(A Marriage of Poems)

A single glance is an expression enough 
with eyes dotted with its punctual punctuation.
A sigh deep enough in loves' trough
that a trance can turn it blue, 
if only a beloved statuesque- 

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Categories: deflect, adventure, baptism, beach, beautiful,
Form: Rhyme
We Are The Victors I'm Back
I’d like too invite all to be my guest
a dine of mindfulness and rhyme digest 
a week of conflict now victory blessed 
standing united to silence a pest

Since the last time you heard from me...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deflect, celebration,
Form: Verse
The Price of 'Progress', Part II
The words struck cold fear in my heart.
What was I to do?  I didn’t know.
This was not supposed to happen,
so back to the doctor did I go,
and the words he told me there
were just...

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Categories: deflect, confusion, death, gender, political, sad, sorry, suicide,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Shape of Jazz to Come
Is war coming? Are we headed for another crazy cataclysm?
My sons, draft age. Only now can I appreciate the pain
so sharp it drains the color from one's eyes, your reason
for living gone in a spasm...

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Categories: deflect, crazy, fear, history, pain, surreal, violence, war,
Form: Verse
Mr CEO How Much Do You Make
Mr CEO, How Much Do You Make

Going around in Whatsapp circle is a viral message...
About a CEO with an inflated ego hoping to burnish his image....
Being a CEO knowing his own worth and full of...

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Categories: deflect, anti bullying, appreciation, character, community, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Bring The Light
In a world of darkness, confusion, and chaos
fear has conquered mans soul so I ignite my Halo,
battle drums thumping my spirit ignites
heart strong, I am the force that brings the light,
you know in hell it's...

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Categories: deflect, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Is this thing on?
I've got something to say!
Is this thing on?
Probably no one is listening anyway!
We live in a place based on unity
Why are we having such disparity?
We can't represent without proper tools
Dissing each other...

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Categories: deflect, america,
Form: Couplet
To the Stars
Paradise, the only word that can encapsulate the emotion felt while looking into her eyes. 
Her soft, gentle hands intertwined with mine; truly the epitome of glorious bliss. 
Her angelic poise beckons my awe, proving,...

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Categories: deflect, angel, lost love, love, memory, soldier, war,
Form: Rhyme
America's Lament
Slipping gently towards entropy,
Ownership with an apostrophe.
Braid the loose frays of sanity
Till something true finally answers me.

Troops are marching over many lands,
Tagged cornflower blue--a worldwide brand.
Don't speak out or you will be banned,
Towers implode just...

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deflect, history, hope, political, social, time,
Form: Quatrain