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Premium Member YOU CAN'T QuITe the SOUP-
"ls this explicit can it be more than just a thought a true story within each letter place. Together in a line in a single line, there's Glory post haste. I just want to tell...

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Categories: dilute, adventure, analogy, encouraging, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Just Passing Through
Bang! Bang! Bang! 
The sound of gun shots echoing in the air
Shattering windows and, smashing glasses 
Sending people pouring out in the street
Gun shots penetrating the clouds 
With a message that is very loud

People are...

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Categories: dilute, business, change, city, death, deep, destiny, emotions,
Form: Narrative
The lonely angler
He was there in the beginning
and through the eternal ending.

He'd scattered his seed 'cross numerous worlds.
They flourished.
They perished.
Flora, fauna, innumerable forms,
aeons of evolutionary warfare.
Extermination of the unfit
without the mercy of design.
Quadrillions of cadavers
paving a road...

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Categories: dilute, endurance, fishing, humanity, loneliness, philosophy, spiritual, universe,
Form: Free verse
Mercurial
Increasing my laughter eyes full of tears invisibly 
Heart shouting help 
Limiting at my ears
Can't be spoken out loud

Faded destiny 
My quest fades in the deep of away
Embellishing my pain with smile
Held contempt of my...

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Categories: dilute, anxiety, deep, heartbroken, journey, loss,
Form: Free verse
The new pope, Benedict XVI
His name is Joseph Ratzinger, the new pope Benedict XVI,
Installed as the two hundred sixty-fifth pope since foundation;
he’s a staunch defender of orthodox Catholic doctrine;
he’s German, an accomplished polyglot and theologian,
a good friend with sincerity...

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Categories: dilute, dedication, faith, father, hope, inspirational, thank you,
Form: Narrative



BAN ASSAULT WEAPONS in 2017 - Part4
Firearms magazine offer manifold big bang for their buck, 
many ear rational per son or daughter loves advocate, the late chuck 
heston (now a shooting star occasionally visiting Earth from celestial vault) 
  ...

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Categories: dilute, poverty, prayer, racism, silence, society, stress, violence,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The tribute
To the legendary teacher I pay tribute
For imparting live voices to the mute
You paid gratitude
To the multitude
On the mountain top you stood
And all the heads understood
You never said ‘Never’
As admired in Geneva;
Tremendous work for real
Remains...

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Categories: dilute, dedication, devotion, education,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Philosophy of Life according to Anisha

                       Philosophy of Life According To Anisha

      ...

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Categories: dilute, beauty, emotions, humanity, integrity,
Form: Rhyme
Don't Stall A Hallowed Harvest
A little smile delights my soul
A little money appreciates my life
A little love achieves my goal
A little care flatters my wife 

Strengthening my resolve to perform better
Duties and responsibilities I bear
In my role as family...

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Categories: dilute, poems,
Form: Free verse
heart you deceive
                1.

I never believed in magic

never did,
life is hard
           that’s...

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Categories: dilute, loss, love, passion, sad, heart, heart, magic,
Form: I do not know?
Faces of Loneliness

I stare across the concrete ocean.
People evaporate like raindrops 
in the heat of summer skies. Dreams of love 
become the vapors, disappearing before my
eyes. I feel alive in the pain; yearning 
pours from the depths...

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Categories: dilute, heartbroken, lonely,
Form: Free verse
SINGLE MOM DOUBLE HONOUR
SINGLE MOM DOUBLE HONOUR

Tears won't dilute your strength
Your mood won't make it less of who you are. 
You're not broken but a token that is indispensable
A fraction that's left and yet inevitable. 
That's who you...

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Categories: dilute, caregiving, children, courage, dedication, divorce, eulogy, mother,
Form: ABC
Dying Embers
DYING EMBERS

The fire was quickly burning till someone did decide
To separate the firewood, and then it quickly died.
The embers hot and burning no more they brightly glowed,
And soon just a small trickle of fire within...

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Categories: dilute, christian,
Form: Rhyme
Europe United Not European Union
The British Empire was built by fate
made rich advanced to stand up straight 
Have knowledge and allies to collaborate 
prevent Europe a Russian satellite state

Hitler became leader of countries he wished
only the French braved arm...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dilute, america, conflict, crazy, england, freedom, french, horror,
Form: Rhyme
Our Day Out
Our Day Out

Our day out to Wales in the Summer of 1981
In car temperature soars that alike to Lebanon,
Not like the previous year of 1980
When temperatures where more akin to Haiti.
Mark one Cortina of a...

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Categories: dilute, adventure, appreciation, childhood, summer,
Form: Free verse
Can't sleep at the empty night club


"I get sicker, I get sicker" skin just as soft as silky hair wet flannel towel with lipstick smudges luminous sound waves of colour could stay here in this warm water forever i never feel...

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Categories: dilute, anxiety, color, dark, lonely,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member How to Fight the Illuminati
This is not fiction, 
Nor is it delusion,
But revelation of the illusion,
Crafted by the government to control the masses with confusion.

Look to the sky and see the planes that spray various chemicals and isotopes,
They use...

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Categories: dilute, allusion, evil, inspiration, power, psychological, truth, war,
Form: Rhyme
The Hiccups of the valleys

The thousands of words pain of imagination which improvised the parch of life to itchy sky, the foods is mudslides to the sadden caskets of corpses lying unattended, in the morning where they monitored to...

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Categories: dilute, dark, emotions, tribute,
Form: Didactic
Inconsolable
I have emptied myself out in front of my friends,
poured onto their shoulders,
poured onto their tissue paper, 
got up from their floors,
and finished their drinks.

I have spewed pain onto your screen,
and hopefully into your mind,
so...

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© Jon K   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dilute, sad, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mother Nature's Revenge: First Stop Samoa (Cowritten with Carolyn Devonshire)
Note:  The following dialogue is between the voice of Mother Nature and the voice of man.
          It is dedicated to the countless victims of the...

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Categories: dilute, death, life, loss, natural disasters, people, places,
Form: Rhyme
I WANT TO FALL IN LOVE WITH YOU
Every day I have lied in my palms,
Coiling myself in a numerical four,
Singing tunes and love psalms,
As if am already in heavenly realms,
Waiting to be filled with your love from above.

The beautiful clouds moves across...

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Categories: dilute, destiny, i love you, love,
Form: Free verse
Scatter Harm Hatters
Remain receptive and objective
Though environment spins crazy
Twisting and insisting subjective
Attempting to drive away Daisy 

To coerce you to surrender
To wills and seals bent
On nurturing and culturing agenda
You feel reel Hell sent

Messages within passages manipulated
Slanted, blunted,...

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Categories: dilute, poems,
Form: Free verse
Nine-Eleven Recovered
He, on loan from faith, stared skyward
Eyes hoisted flagless where the boom broke
And saw through that window forward
Coming, what no imagination could evoke.
 
Some men like fledglings have learnt to fly,
And yet to land give...

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Categories: dilute, death, history, sympathy, allah,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FruitBall
There was a time when the great, gridiron classic,
    Was the ultimate in athletic pursuit.
But lately, the evolution has been warped, by
    Policy & standards that have served to...

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Categories: dilute, football,
Form: Dramatic Verse
GLOOMY FOR A MOMENT
FOR A MOMENT
Your cry isn’t loud enough for the world to hear
So wipe your tears.
Even your so called ‘friends and companions’ are turning deaf ears 
Wipe your tears and look up to the hills, from...

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Categories: dilute, art, heart, inspiration, inspirational, life, poetry, power,
Form: Lyric