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Life started out pretty well, of that I won’t complain,
Somehow then I lost it, god knows I can’t explain.
Melancholy has taking over, Good times have gone awry 
Life is a haze and passing, like the...

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Categories: anxiety, death, depression, how i feel, imagination,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme



Premium Member Let Go And Let God - The Enclosed Rhyme Style




~Let Go And Let God~
 (Enclosed Rhyme)


 Life is much richer since I know You 
 What a marvelous God I serve 
 You give us more than we deserve 
 You are with us...

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Categories: enclosed rhyme, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
You're Worth It
You're worth it

I want to start this by saying forgive yourself
You don't deserve the tears that falls from your face that makes way for your sadness to manipulate your whole personality
You don't deserve to be...

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Categories: absence, allusion, anxiety, blue, depression, emotions, uplifting,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
just do not have the time
n the morning as I awake tired and groggy I slowly open my eyes to start the day
Although at first all I can think of is that first cup of coffee, as the cat whines
...

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Categories: change,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
The Rainbow Fable
He was a leprechaun who wore a silly shamrock hat
He incessantly counted golden coins by day, as he lazily sat
For a tiny fellow his belly had grown dangerously fat
He paid no mind, " Can you...

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Categories: fantasy, rainbow,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme



Premium Member CHARITY and SORROW
Everywhere "Charity" goes he brings his friend along" Sorrow ".
No good deed goes unpunished so it seems;  
Between friends  and enemies Its hard to tell the difference these days.    ...

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Categories: relationship, universe,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Nothing Can Cure Loneliness But Christ Jesus
(Loneliness is the most painful emotions, making us feel abandoned, betrayed and unwanted) .

In my loneliness, I Looked at the crowds of people around me never helped me.
When the troubles of my life bothered me...

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Categories: loneliness, pain, spiritual,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member The Eyes Of My Reflection
THE EYES OF MY REFLECTION

March 6, 2014 


Reflections
Tell stories
yours and mine
the eyes of my
reflection sees a refection
Peering out of
the glass or bouncing 
off ripples in clear water,
my eye's see the eyes of
my reflection deciding how
to...

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Categories: age,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Wonderment at existence
With scrunched and bushy furrowed brow
   I often ponder the precise circumstances
   that any thing 2 be born this way
   as a poker face
Tracing back lineage of self or
...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, analogy, celebration, crazy, fate, imagination,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Howami hmm good question
Howami? hmm... good question,
but for some unknown reason
more tired than usual...,
without daily twenty four hours
proper rest, I feel haggard.

I strongly suspect (a hunch acquired
upon returning home
after visiting Notre Dame)
deep sleep interruptions...
attributed to uncontrollable need:
tap a...

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Categories: 12th grade, dream, happiness, humor, riddle, strength,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Waithera,my first love
Sometimes I feel I know nothing about life

But I do know something about Kenya

I come from the gustily, hilly terrains of rural Ingavira

Where huts form bungalow sorts of flawless beauty

An ambiance of warm soothing atmosphere

And...

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Categories: africa, devotion, history, symbolism,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Beneficence courtesy nonagenarian widower papa
Vitriolic scathing psychological malevolent jujitsu
cruelly, fiendishly, incriminating
lambasting opprobrium rue
teenly dished out to yours truly

mechanically engineered hatred to stew
when passive aggression fostered corked,
where self destruction grew
tens of decades ago, when this then
much younger match chew

Scott doubted,...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Crazy On A Thursday
Everyday is a new day
Except Thursday the symptom always replay
Madness, mental instability, psychological disorder.
Call it what you may
It’s the same thing every Thursday

Her frienenemies taunted and teased her all day long
But on Thursday, they singing...

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Categories: adventure, bullying, crazy, discrimination, humorous,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Feliz cumpleanos la senora Dunning
Feliz cumpleaños la señora Dunning

Fifty seven orbitz didst elapse
circling with thee around the sun
and nary sign ye will collapse
anytime soon, I hoop fully reckon
untold massages nervously
await to cross proper synapse.

Foolhardy of me
(doubting Thomas) in previous
years...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, adventure,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Existential Conundrum
detangling figurative philosophical,
     (i.e. ineffable) thread tightly bound
most likely requires a greater capacity
     (than mine) to expound,
considerably superior than
this feeble intellectual attempt,
     nonetheless...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Lizabeth's Henry is Down And Gone Part II
Ray has a hole, now, taps a long bar in,
And ties the winch to it, and turns it on,
“STAY BACK!” he howls, “THIS CABLE’S ALMOST GONE!”
The bar flies out, the cover slips, the din

The winch-engine...

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Categories: courage, faith, hope, love,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Second shingles shot successful
Second shingles shot successful... 
slight prick, but otherwise... positive pitch
re: without a hitch
the first innoculation approximately 
five months prior also nary glitch.

Preemptive needling measure
regarding getting fully
immunized at CVS
(Zieglerville, Pennsylvania)13:08
military time May First
2020 bruised left arm...

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Categories: age, appreciation, confidence, faith, health, may, miracle,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Twas The Night Before Inspection
Twas The Night Before Inspection...,

Not a human creature stirred, nor seen 
through out Highland Manor, 
     property carpeted in lush green
(a deathlike stillness descended un keen
hilly quiet, October 10th, 
 ...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade, adventure, conflict, fate,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Silver lining sought amidst coronavirus COVID 19 onslaught
Silver lining sought amidst coronavirus COVID-19 onslaught

Two hundred and forty six plus months
into twenty first century celeb
and anonymous folks alike
gripped courtesy pestilence re: deb
buckle fishtailed, looped, roughed up...
wreaks/wrought havoc across world wide web.

As a secular...

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Categories: 12th grade, april, blessing, caregiving, daughter, father,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
THE ONE IN THE LAVENDER DRESS
She looked peaceful in her lavender dress-
as I suppose she was. Eyes closed as if lost
in childhood dreams, small hands folded across her chest.
Her glasses resting beside her auburn strands,
lips pleading for color, her face...

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© Dana Young  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anger, bereavement, death, emotions, funeral,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
The Ultimate Love Story Of Jesus Christ
Good Friday reminds the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ at Calvary.
The betrayal and forsaken of his own disciple
The blasphemous false accusations from the world
Good Friday reminds us that Jesus was despised and rejected by...

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Categories: death, devotion, father, holiday, inspirational, spiritual, good
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Fly among the birds
Where has the time gone is todays only question
If there is no true answer please forward me your suggestion
It seems that I have woke up and found myself in the future
awakened to the struggles of...

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© SEAN TROTT  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: childhood, depression, humanity,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member Cthulhu Sunset
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Categories: angst, dark, dream, fantasy, fear, time,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
A Meadow For Autumn
when eve doth fall upon summers’ end, 
   a hint of splendor bequeathed arose
upon firmament as changed scenery 
   (this third equinox act since new year) bellows
basses loaded and blasted in...

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Categories: age, allegory, autumn, change, environment, nature, september,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Podcast lesson re learned today
Podcast lesson (re)learned today...

(May 6,2020) for umpteenth time,
no deliberate attempt to rhyme
rather to express satisfying reason
incalculable absolute value prime
mate (me) derived bliss oh so divine.

Fresh animal tracks thru equa door
gave urge right of way
plethora experiencing...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade, animal, cat, dog,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme