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Premium Member Echoes Of A Shady Past
An icy chill descends on 13 Beaver Veil Cottage as sisters Ester and Ellie walk gingerly up the steps on this wet and windy night.
This once charming pied-a-terre was now in a final phase denouement.
The...

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Categories: ellie, art, birth, character, courage, dark, imagery, imagination,
Form: Prose



Premium Member PLANE CRASHES FATE TAKES OVER
It was Christmas Eve and I was at the airport,
Not a soul in sight, almost deserted, it was 10.00 pm,
Only two hours before Christmas day,
Perhaps if I got on a plane, I would see Santa...

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Categories: ellie, love,
Form: Free verse
Rainy and Joey
Story Poem Contest
Sponsor: Carol Eastman

Somewhere deep into the night, a unicorn decided she wanted to give up her wings. Her family was so distraught and they begged her nicely, “Oh Rainy don’t give up your...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, character, childhood,
Form: Narrative
Saved by my inner child
Im tired,
emotional,
so exausted.
I  need sleep.
Tears threaten
To spill from me
my eyes do droop
chest is heavy with 
a  hidden  locked
lead-lined heart
alone in  a  world
Tired of fighting so
What would happen 
If I gave...

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Categories: ellie, change, child, emotions, innocence, power, recovery from,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member Spy
"Clinging to me
Like a last breath you would breathe
You were like home to me
I don't recognize the street

Please don't close your eyes
Don't know where to look without them
Outside the cars speed by
I'd never heard them...

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Categories: ellie, death, death of a friend, dedication, deep,
Form: Ode



Johnny's Story
Johnny always wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps,
as soon as he turned 18 he joined the US Army-
He wanted to live of life of honor, free of regret,
so he joined the one and only...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, freedom, soldier,
Form: Rhyme
Just Another Lily White
Copyright 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
POETIC LYRICS BY THOMAS LAM HSI-ANDRESS
(Earlier Titled "I Thought That She Was Just Another Super 
Lily White) [P.S., PAST TENANT 'ROOMATES' and NON-FRIENDS...
HAVE BROKEN INTO AND STOLEN MY SONG-LYRICS...AND POSTED
AS 'THEIR'...

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© Thomas Hsi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, angel, beautiful, beauty, betrayal, bird, blue,
Form: Ballad
The End of the Feud, Part II
But later that night the girl tip-toed out,
And went down to the registry desk.
She picked up the ledger, poured through it all,
There was something that she had to check.

Back upstairs she went, content to wait
Her...

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Categories: ellie, adventure, conflict, growth, lust, uplifting,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
Premium Member Marion's Return
As Marion trod the old familiar path
leading to the river of her childhood,
she viewed the willow tree across the river
and recalled with clarity
the event that changed her life 
half a century ago - that memory
which...

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Categories: ellie, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Dead Body of A Childhood
Being smacked down
Before being allowed to get back up again
Taught me something very valuable about love:
 
it isn’t always a cliché
 
Starting at age five you began to tell me I wasn’t good enough
For anything...

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Categories: ellie, absence, abuse, addiction, mother daughter, pain,
Form: Free verse
A Drug Too Deep This Love
Copyright 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
POETIC LYRICS BY THOMAS LAM HSI-ANDRESS (KAL-EL-3000)
(To Renata, Loni, Sabrina & 'Lil Matilda, 'The' ELs!)



[ELLIE GOULDING, HALCYON, Track No. 11 (for all, or as optioned)]

WITH ONLY...ANIMALS...AS MY FRIENDS...I'M GOOD AS...DEAD!
IN THE...

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© Thomas Hsi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, age, angel, anger, drug,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Finding the Perfect Christmas Tree
"Daddy, when are we going to the woods to find a Christmas tree? You promised I could help pick the most prettiest one."

"Yes, my darling, Ellie. I didn't forget."

"Can we go now, Daddy?  Can...

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Categories: ellie, child, christmas, tree,
Form: Free verse
What Does Christmas Mean To You Contest
Sponsor: Matt Caliri

It is the day after Thanksgiving and I string up some lights,
     Outside some blue blinking, red and green candy cane colors,
       ...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, christmas, family, joy,
Form: Quatrain
Ivy Smith
I is for idyll in the way that at 91 years of age my grandmother took such care, attention and pride in her appearance and her home.

V is for vanity as my grandmother was always...

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Categories: ellie, death, grandmother, grandmother, me,
Form: Acrostic
Reading The Old Fashioned Way
Why... just yesterday
where webbed wide world troubles
     seemed so far away,
that would hove bin Monday
(October first tooth
     house sand eight
     teen), i.e. yea...

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Categories: ellie, 11th grade, 8th grade, class, devotion, happy,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member His Eyes Are Not That Blue
He was reputed to be rich which was enough for some girls.
James B Thorndike the fifth, and full of himself to whit.
The bluest of eyes stared from under his ebony curls.
I spoke to him once,...

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Categories: ellie, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, humor,
Form: Narrative
Is Jesus in a Box
Is Jesus in a Box
Mr Elephant walked to his wife, an elephant called Ellie
“You have a good memory” said Mr Elephant 
“Do you think that you can help me”?
Ellie waved her trunk and asked, “What...

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Categories: ellie, religion, father, god, eve, father, god, jesus,
Form: Light Verse
Every Song Tells a Story
I miss the feeling of going for a midnight drive, having the windows down, blaring our favourite song, three, two, one and it was all gone. We were defiantly driving with one headlight, but we...

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Categories: ellie, best friend, change, girlfriend, miss you,
Form: Free verse
The Move to California
In the foothills of the Ozarks lived a man named Jed.
He was so poor, and barely kept his family fed.
He struggled to survive and never had quite enough.
The land he lived on was full of...

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Categories: ellie, dedication, nostalgia, family, family,
Form: Rhyme
A Drug Too Deep This Love
Copyright 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
POETIC LYRICS BY THOMAS LAM HSI-ANDRESS (KAL-EL-3000)



A THOUGHT.........A VECTOR OF SPACE.........AN ALIEN RACE?
YOU GUESS.........I KNOW.........VECTORS OF SPACE?
YOU LIE!
YOU SAY............I LIE.........THAT I'M THE LIAR!
IF I AM A LIAR.........THEN A THROW DOWN.........'MY' ROYAL...

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© Thomas Hsi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ellie, absence, abuse, angel, betrayal, drug,
Form: Ballad
Dvorak's Living Hell, Part I
The new maid, Jo, walked out onto the deck,
Seeing the reclined form of Eric Dvorak.
He stretched out in the sun,
oblivious to everyone,
then leapt up quick, stiffness in his back.

Eric then stared up at a high...

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Categories: ellie, betrayal, dark, death, horror, judgement, surreal,
Form: Narrative
Dvorak's Living Hell, Part II
“...He said his wife in bed with another man,
she thought he was at work, he cried out ‘Tramp!’
Eric then, he lost control,
white hot rage claimed his soul,
and he bashed in their skulls with a lamp.

“Now...

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Categories: ellie, betrayal, dark, death, horror, judgement, surreal,
Form: Narrative
In the Refrigerator
A tomato and a potato lived in a fridge

And a bunch of other foods lived in their midst

Tomato and potato ruled this place

And all the foods lived in grace.

Of course until all the eggs were...

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Categories: ellie, food, kids,
Form: I do not know?
GRANDDAD'S Homemade BEAN SOUP
GRANDDAD’S Homemade BEAN SOUP

Bean soup was served ‘cause Granddad was in town. 
     Yes, every grown up in the neighborhood. 
Was glad when Granddad’s boat was homeward bound. 
  ...

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Categories: ellie, family, food, loveboat, love,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Rowan C Morehead
She neither valued or appreciated his
love for her. She saw it as a means and opportunity.
Keeping a lot of men at her disposal were she was neither loyal to one or the other
: but centered...

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Categories: ellie, character, clothes, drink,
Form: Ballade