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Identity Apples
Identity Apples

iam a fat skeleton, resurrecting 
from the sad memories of dada 
and dark mysteries of aminism 
iam buganda 
i bleed hope 
i drip the honey of fortune 
makerere, think tank of africa 
i dance...

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Categories: africa, analogy, anxiety, assonance, bangla, bereavement,
Form: Didactic

Premium Member Animal 'Quackers' - Comments and Response from PoemHunter
** ORIGINAL MESSAGE ******************** 
Lora Colon –

Okay, Long Tooth. You have some explaining to do. Really. I'm not sure what you are trying to say in this poem.

I 'sort of' get the...

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Categories: appreciation, engagement, humor,
Form: Didactic
No part of the world

Have you read Jesus words at John 17:16?

Referring to his disciples he said
"They are no part of THE WORLD, just as I am no part of THE WORLD"

What could...

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Categories: bible, christian, god, gospel, hate, humanity, truth,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Week 2 - Brian's Poet of Note - 'Herman Hesse'
Brian’s Poet of Note – ‘Herman Hesse’ Week 2

This week I thought I would discuss translating poetry from another language. I just finished retranslating from German this poem ‘Stufen’ from Hesse’s famous novel ‘The Glass...

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Categories: poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Didactic
Origin of Christianity

Origin of Christianity

(If you don't like religious writes don't read on)

It may surprise some that Jesus was born a Jew, his parents Joseph and Mary were Jewish, both from the tribe of Judah, in the...

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Categories: bible, christian, faith, history, jewish, religious, truth,
Form: Didactic

Premium Member On the need to avoid being envious: CANTO XVII, K161, K162 of the THIRUK-KURAL
On the need to avoid being envious: Canto XVII, K161, K162 of the THIRUK-KURAL, Translation with Commentary

[ ENVY, of course, knows no racial nor ethnic boundaries, but I wouldn't be wrong, I dare say, ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: didactic, evil, hate, jealousy, racism, tamil,
Form: Couplet
Easter origins
"Worship in spirit and truth"

With Easter approaching, many people Christian and non-Christian are exposed to this celebration and may have questions concerning the various teachings, rites, rituals and traditions that are promulgated by public worship...

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Categories: bible, christian, easter, god, gospel, jewish,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Week 1 - Brian's Poet of Note - 'Jack Gilbert'
A Brief For The Defense 

Sorrow everywhere. Slaughter everywhere. If babies 
are not starving someplace, they are starving 
somewhere else. With flies in their nostrils. 
But we enjoy our lives because that's what God wants....

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Categories: didactic, joy, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Social settings have stigma attached to this. 
Atmospherically climactic negative correlations sustain society. 
Civilized individuals are naturally monogamous; serially… 
On the other hand gender segregated facility.

Men and woman,
Penis and vagina,
Birds and bees,
Conditions and stipulations…

A rule...

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Categories: assonance, relationship, social, society, together, trust, truth,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Thiru-Valluvar on Praising Ladies of their qualities: Canto 112 - Nalam Punainthu Uraiththal
Thiru-Valluvar on Praising the Good Qualiities of Ladies: Canto 112 - Nalam Pinainththu Uraiththal

[The poet devotes the third part of his treatise, the Thiruk-Kural to INBATHTHUPPAAL, the amorous relationship between the sexes, i.e.,  cantos...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: didactic, beauty, culture, relationship, tamil, true love, women,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Niitthaar Perumai, the Fundamental Role of the Ascetic, Canto 3 of the Thirukkural by Thiruvalluvar
Niithaar Perumai, the Fundamental Role of Ascetics, Canto 26 of the Thirukkural, the Tamil Classical Treatise on Ethics, Translation and Commentary by T. Wignesan 

[Given the scarcity of information (mostly conflicting even then) on the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: didactic, education, humanity, life, philosophy, retirement, tamil,
Form: Epigram
New Day
No way! It's a new day. 
Now I can sit and write poetry all freaking day.

Time to get serious.

Each new day is the most important day in this life. 

A life is a blessing. 


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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, beauty, change, deep, life,
Form: Didactic
The Rant
Gone now are the wondrous minds of old,
whose era treasured learning over gold,
And humble were the thoughts and words of these,
who, trothed to truth, would now be left displeased,
by hurried tempers bent on winning wars,

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Categories: people, philosophy, political, society, truth, universe, wisdom,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Poets - XXXVI
Unquotable quotes: Poets, Poetasters and Platos – XXXVI

     For James McAuley – in remembrance of a memorable week in Cardiff 1965 

The greatest poet ever is NOT Homer, Lao Tse, Ovid,...

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Categories: didactic, creation, poetry, poets, word play, words, writing,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member That Troubling InterDependent Sensory Web
I mean,

Talk about
boundary issues!

I get it, 
why the 7th multicultural value,
and most recent
to finally make it in
to sacred UniversalYang/UnitarianYintegral
ecotherapeutic theology,
green ecofeminist ecology,
declares our polypathic RESPECT
for our interdependent sacred web
of life
reincarnating win/win love

As in,
could Elder EarthMothers

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Categories: didactic, earth, green, health, humor, integrity, light, power,
Form: Political Verse
The Malignant Ulcer
I see this ulcer
Mind boggling in perception
Body arresting in phenomena
Of diverse shapes and designs
Magnificently wrought together
In one whiff of putrid scent
It is of an exotic nature
Magnanimously growing out of context
Thus ticking with apocalyptic dimensions ...

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Categories: integrity, leadership, metaphor, people,
Form: Didactic
Is the Devil real, who really rules the world
Is the Devil real? Who really rules the world?

Some say the Devil is just the evil inside each of us. If that is true then he is NOT a real person. Some have seen the...

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Categories: christian, evil, god, gospel, halloween, jesus, religious,
Form: Didactic
Sibling rivalry with the children of Abraham

For thousands of years animosity has existed between the Arabs and the Jews, we know this, but what is the reason? 
Let’s go back in time and try to...

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Categories: arabic, bible, christian, conflict, history, jewish, world,
Form: Didactic
No part of the world part 2
No part of the world part 2

As we established in the last lesson, Jesus taught that his followers would be "no part of the world" John17:14,16. Jesus continued teaching how his disciples could distinguish themselves...

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Categories: bible, christian, heaven, history, jesus, religious,
Form: Didactic
Waiting waitng...... 
For the all-mighty godot 
godot godot.....I ask myself 
Where are you? 

I have searched the 
tempestuous seas 
I have toiled the arid desert 
All to no avail 
I have defiled timidity into the...

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Categories: anger
Form: Didactic
Vapor Barrier Mastic
Oxygen is depleting from what remains within the confines of which, a means to an end, lie guarded. Watch as hope disappears within the aftermath of this wreckage, which was constructed-meticulously seeking absolute perfection…; only...

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Categories: abuse, allusion, betrayal, character, deep, fear, humanity,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member The Leonardo 500
Leonardo more than a Renaissance man
artist? yes but - 
sculptor? yes but - 
musician? yes but - 
anatomist? yes but - 
cartographer? yes but - 
scientist? yes but - 
engineer? yes but - 
inventor? yes...

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Categories: didactic, art, imagination, inspiration, inspirational, science, visionary,
Form: Free verse
The day the world died
The day the world died!

Have you ever wondered why tribes and peoples from ancient times, until now have a day to remember and honor the dead?  
There are popular festivals the world over, where...

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Categories: bible, death, earth, god, halloween, history, remember,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Don't Just Murmur
Don’t Just Murmur



Are we going to enter the ill-fated whirlpool 

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Categories: visionary,
Form: Didactic
What is the Nectar
Most of us can feel,
A disturbing pain of
Negative empotive ache
In some form
In our lives.

This can happen to us so much.
Eventually you may be
Annoyed, bored, deppressed
From that disturbing ache.

Than we say:
"Life is painful, boring, bad."
Don't be...

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Categories: dedication,
Form: Didactic