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I am my Father's Son
They were gambling in front of the house.
Manservants and pages bustled about
Serving Suitors who just curse and carouse.
Few mix wine with water. I heard one shout,
"Clean down the tables with wet sponges! Rouse
Yourselves! And when...

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Categories: adventure, anger, anxiety, bullying, father, history, introspection,
Form: Dramatic monologue



Premium Member Memories In the Sand
If ever a moment in real life deserved a romantic, melancholy
backing track, it would have been that one ... we'd spent the
entire afternoon at Ferry Beach, sunning and playing frisbee, I
playing guitar, she practicing her...

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Categories: memory, missing you, passion, relationship, soulmate, time,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Journalists - Dedication to Andre Fontaine - XXVI
Unquotable quotes: Tale-Carriers, Gossip-Mongers, Courrier-Pigeon Caretakers, Smoke-Signal Puffers and Tom-Tom Thumpers – XXVI

Could there be such things as political shenanigans or inter-continental warfares, even catastrophes, natural disasters, tsunamis, irruptions, conflagrations, inundations, landslides, typhoons, tornadoes, hurricanes,...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: power,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Where do we come in
Where do we come in
					in medias res  not knowing nor caring when
doesn’t everybody pine being number one we leave behind our lives in pages  pictures  or else make for images of what...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: caregiving, character, humanity, leadership, people, rights, sports,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member The Ash Can
The Ash Can  ©

I got the call on Sunday night.  I was traveling on business.  When I looked at the caller ID
 I wondered why my husband’s boss would be calling me....

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Categories: bereavement, introspection, lost love, suicide,
Form: Dramatic monologue



Premium Member Prizes for Ultimate Sacrifices - Part One
Prizes for Ultimate Sacrifices


    prizes for the abstemious  for abstinence  chastity ?
                 the countless...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: howl, inspirational, metaphor, passion, satire, spoken word,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Beloved Face, Translation of Bharathiyar's poem Asai Mugam by T Wignesan
Translation of Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s poem: “Asai Mugam” or “Beloved Face”
                         ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: religion, spiritual,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Such Does Exist
I ran out of breath on the road to Mumbai ...

    Not for sake of dust or smog or even health. I had rounded a curve on
    my motorcycle,...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beauty, imagery, love, nature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member MY EYES THE PAINTING PHOTOGRAPH IN THE SKY- -
"I am a painter and my eyes are the paint brushes I had if I look up with my open eye I see the Horizon I see the clouds to be continued
Oh shutter as I...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member A Poetic Interview With Nancy Clutter
A Poetic Interview with Nancy Clutter

(This poetic interview is fictional and imaginary, and is based on 47 years of study and repeated readings relative to Truman Capote’s novel, In Cold Blood, published in 1965).


An honor...

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Categories: death,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member DIARY NOTES: Another Day sets in Paris
DIARY NOTES : Mad-House Maths

March 30th., 2018 - Another day sets in Paris

The home-bound Octogenarian trundles from the Mall's town centre
Back laden with the day's shopping
His hands numb from clutching load-packed plastic bags during the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, french, inspirational, judgement, life, violence,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
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: august, autumn, farewell, lost love, winter,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Is there an Exclusive All-in-One Principle
        
  ‘ In general, quantum mechanics does not predict a single definite result for an observation. Instead, it predicts a number of  different possible outcomes...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: philosophy, death, art, dark, art, dark, death,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Soul Quotient
I went out for the newspaper at the usual time this morning, shortly after 5AM, (yes, I'm one of the "odd few" who still enjoys the crisp feel of a morning paper in my hands),...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, earth, life, universe, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Unscrupulous Man
You crawled out of her innocent womb 
Kicking , begging and screaming
But it is too late for you to be redeemed 
You were born evil and corrupted 
and you have a  very  dirty...

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Categories: betrayal, conflict, courage, creation, earth, encouraging, women,
Form: Dramatic monologue
So It Was
So it was that the night transcended peacefully over my head
Taking me through thick clouds,landing me upon parched land
Spilling  tranquil moments into daylight complexity.
So it was that I found myself among a crowd of...

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Categories: angel, blessing, christian, dream, faith, future,
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: august, autumn, farewell, september, society,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member A Journeyman
A Journeyman

Prologue and Epitaph:

I am the fool, the jester, clown, a harlequin, charade, façade of many
shades and colours, mascara over broken fragments, dead and gone

1)	Megalomaniac charlatan, lost in destruction, finding the path, the touch,
the miracle...

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Categories: life,
Form: Dramatic monologue
The Murderers Cry
Haven’t you had enough blood from the beginning of time?
Haven’t you taken enough lives before they should have died?
All around I can hear their cry 
They want to escape from the under world
You spill blood...

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Categories: betrayal, break up, bullying, conflict, death of
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Soliloquio del Individuo by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T Wignesan
Soliloquio del Individuo by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T. Wignesan

	The Individual’s Soliloquy

	I am the Individual
	At first I lived in a rock
(there I carved some figures).
Later I looked for a more appropriate place.
	I am the Individual.

In...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, humanity, loneliness, philosophy, psychological, world,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Mayflower 2017
The hearts of white men are silently fuming
The spirits of  angry widows steadily   grow bitter 
The bosoms of weeping mothers  open wide
While the relics of the past kept washing upon our...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, community, conflict, environment, immigration, people,
Form: Dramatic monologue
I Am The Vicar's Daughter
Noise ,Noise, Noise
Bickering and ''whoremongering''
Dirty money for campaigning
repudiation and gallivanting
mudslinging and maligning
Brainwashing and false promises

How did you get on this bloodstained road 
Who advice you to  follow Uncle Pan's  path
A path that is...

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Categories: betrayal, bible, blessing, community, endurance, faith, spiritual,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer's poem Thaye Yashoda by T Wignesan
Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer (circa 1700-1765)’s « THAYE YASHODA » by T. Wignesan


This devotional song and poem in Tamil (the principal Dravidian language which has spawned over twenty languages in the southern Indian...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: god, mother, religious, universe,
Form: Dramatic monologue
EULOGY FOR FRANK
My father died prematurely while away on 
a business trip from a rogue blood clot to the heart  
I never doubted he loved me, would have liked me, 
(not the same thing), adult to...

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© Nola Perez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hero,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Interview With The Most Beautiful Suicide
Interview with The Most Beautiful Suicide -Evelyn Francis McHale - May 1, 1947

So Evelyn, yours is one of the most famous of suicides, since you chose to jump from the Empire State Building in 1947,...

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Categories: suicide,
Form: Dramatic Monologue