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Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's A Faithful Private - 1 with Commentary by T Wignesan
 Translation of Eric Mottram’s A Faithful Private - 1 by T. Wignesan

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deteriorated, addiction, america, freedom, political, war,
Form: Free verse



One More Wound
To quote the queen of my broken heart
“Call me a coward, too scared to leave”
leave my cocoon; evolve, maybe I never will
the air in here is suffocating
suffocating but this is home
To rewrite her words, I...

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Categories: deteriorated, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Doing a Del Boy
DOING A DEL BOY 

So, that was it Fred was gone, and the cats and me were skint
Smelly Gran had left a will but; to where there was just no hint

I am now sitting on...

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Categories: deteriorated, grandmother, humorous, tribute,
Form: Epic
Unraveling, Alone Two Heartbeats
A whirlwind, an understatement of what this day has become
Funny how it was a day where optimism would be welcomed in with open arms
Only to have confusion be the annoying friend
This is a book unraveling,...

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Categories: deteriorated, art, beautiful, lonely, longing, love, love hurts,
Form: Free verse
Winter Lillies
Your eyes are aglow

Leading through them

vines

Mysterious thoughts

Wondrous skies

What are you thinking?

I want to know

Rose petal cheek

Drop of dew falls from  your eye

What memories pain you so?

I wish to unlock your troubled past

I'll walk through...

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Categories: deteriorated, depression, inspirational, love, death, house, death, house,
Form: Lyric



Reminisce
He            started to seep himself into my shaken body              
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© Rebecca C  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deteriorated, childhood, confusion, lossbody,
Form: Narrative
ValentinesDay
 ValentinesDay 
ValentinesDay 

 
 
A Massacre 
 
 
 
CharlaXFabels 
 
FortyEighth 
 Valentines Saint Massacre Day was in Chicago the man played them a tune on 
his fiddle. The Aftermath The newspapers instantly...

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Categories: deteriorated, imagination, parody, people, satire, science fiction, social,
Form: Free verse
hunter s
after riding 
with the
hell’s angels,
running for
sheriff of
pitkin county 
in colorado
(speaking on
the “freak power”
platform---from
which he swore
that if he won---he
would
tear up all the 
streets, replacing 
them with newly
sodden, “never 
take mescaline 
whilst on duty,”
and legalize all
drugs to...

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Categories: deteriorated, lifedrug,
Form: Free verse
Awol at the Aorta part 1
Awol on the aeorta,
I've built a wall around my heart,
Trying to suppress that which is grieving,
But it's still ripping me apart,

The night falls, elevating whispers,
From the silent gasps and muffled breaths,
Of a young lady in...

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Categories: deteriorated, absence, death of a friend, night, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Prince Charming
How could you be so chaste 
leaving me by myself to waste
Letting me rot away inside 
like some hidden away lie
White lies black truths 
Closed mouth
	Ears
Eyes
To the injustice of a life taken away by the...

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Categories: deteriorated, abuse, anger, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
rebuilding your torn down walls
rebuilding is a part of life, it's about the ups and the downs
the good, the bad, the happy, the sad all that goes around
as life is about our experiences all that we've gone through
it's about...

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Categories: deteriorated, faith, hope, inspirational, upliftinglife, god, time, god,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Prime Directive Quiz ( P D Q ) or Prolix Drama Queen Part Two
and Par-Policy:  Dump Rotted Produce…
and Pitch-Pit-Grain- Pro-Ruse

It Was Due To Prior-Parent’s Vain-Disobey, 
so They Diminished, That-Dare-Day…
The Delectable…
 and Passed Up The Palatable –
 Main… Held-Accountable
Course (so  not  hard !) 
But They Failed...

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Categories: deteriorated, allegory, dedication, devotion, faith, hope, inspirational, life,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member The Widower and His Dog


My dog and I are so alike, it’s uncanny.
We are, if you you’ll pardon my saying so,
the embodiment of the proverbial
two peas in a pod and there’s nothing odd
about that; after all, we’ve been together...

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Categories: deteriorated, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
OUT DISCIPLINE
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Categories: deteriorated, education,
Form: Narrative
The Longest Day of Waiting
Life on earth is a large platform where people show the highness or lowness of spirits of their lives. A queue in time bargaining for the much-awaited satisfaction in life.  Just like in litigation,...

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Categories: deteriorated, day, journey, life, time,
Form: Prose Poetry
Joe's Struggle
Here comes Joe. He is hard to look at. The poor man cannot lift his head. Joe suffers from Parkinson’s disease, severe osteoporosis, eczema and cataracts. Joe shakes and drools. He cannot walk and he...

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Categories: deteriorated, faith,
Form: Prose
Kombucha trilogy with chia seeds spells molotov cocktail
(particularly when nursed at room temperature)

I learned that Kombucha
best be kept refrigerated lest
said probiotic drink
served at room temperature
(incorporating live bacteria) erupts
chia seeds flying everywhere
potentially causing
serious damage to consumer
as nearly happened to yours truly,
nonetheless patronizes company(ies),
who...

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Categories: deteriorated, adventure, analogy, confusion, extended metaphor, health, humorous,
Form: Free verse
THAT IS IT
Fears 
groan 
on 
ma 
path,d 
path 
every 
treaders 
call 
their 
destiny,in 
many 
ways 
anguish 
deface 
countable 
harmony,every 
fate 
become 
a 
ruling 
theory 
yet 
i 
say 
vanity 
happen 
to 
them 
all.in 
many 
ways,many 
joy 
we 
depart...

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Categories: deteriorated, confusion
Form: ABC
Dear little flower
Dear little flower,
I see you 
I watch you struggling daily
you are so fragile
the strong wind continuously pushing you
in any direction it wants 
always knocking you down
You keep pushing yourself to get back up,
only to be...

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Categories: deteriorated, beauty, flower, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member You Got the Juice Now
After all of those times, they don't understand.

The devil in them just wanna kill you man.

Cypress Hill was right. The devil won't let,

Go. He always fights an unfair fight. Because

A child of God got the...

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Categories: deteriorated, inspirational, lifechild,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member That Banyan Tree
The  village  where  my  father was  born.
After  so  many  years
Still  not   changed
Except  that    electricity   arrived  there ,
The...

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Categories: deteriorated, nature, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MY DOUBT GAVE NO INDICATION...
Will I live longer than I suppose to be living...possibly a centenary,
and struggle on a cane to sustain my weakness?
Those beautiful and vibrant years have fled to impose fears,
making my presence unattractive and more blowzy,
and...

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Categories: deteriorated, adventure, death, health, introspection, people, science
Form: Sestina
Another time musings 1
Another time Musings

Where roads  add,  alongside cars that multiply,
So also power supply,  as its need grows,
Where folks do not , from social duties, fly
And, due care, for those dying slow deaths, bestow,
Where...

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Categories: deteriorated, day, introspection, life, power,
Form: Ottava rima
You Can't Leave Me Like This
I can’t believe we ended up here, when everything seemed so great,
All the love and laughter turned too jealously and hate.
People started interfering, making things tough on us,
Everything started changing, a strain on us, it...

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Categories: deteriorated, life, loss, lost loveme, love, me,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member A Mother So Strong
I sat and watched as you stood and cried,
you laid and pondered on why she lied.
For too long we noticed her health decline,
oh please God, why couldn’t it be benign?
For all the moments as we...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: deteriorated, death, mother,
Form: Couplet