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Premium Member Poems about Mothers
Poems about Mothers


Mother's Smile
by Michael R. Burch

There never was a fonder smile
than mother's smile, no softer touch
than mother's touch. So sleep awhile
and know she loves you more than "much."

So more than "much, " much more...

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Categories: fatal, child, children, love, mother, mother daughter, mother
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member My most popular poems on the internet II
My most popular poems on the Internet (II)

A number of my poems and translations have gone viral, according to Google, and some have been copied onto hundreds to thousands of web pages. That’s a lot...

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Categories: fatal, internet, poems, poetry, poets, social, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Moon as a Metaphor for Your Mouth
The Moon as a Metaphor for Your Mouth
by Michael R. Burch

When I was closest to love, it did not seem
real at all, but a thing of such tenuous sweetness
it might dissolve in my mouth
like a...

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Categories: fatal, candy, love, metaphor, moon, romantic love, sweet,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Poems about Fathers and Grandfathers IV
Poems about Fathers and Grandfathers IV



Neglect
by Michael R. Burch

What good are your tears?
They will not spare the dying their anguish.
What good is your concern
to a child sick of living, waiting to perish?

What good, the warm...

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Categories: fatal, family, father, father daughter, father son, fathers
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about the Coronavirus II
Poems about the Coronavirus II


This World's Joy
(anonymous Middle English lyric, circa early 14th century AD)
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Winter awakens all my care
as leafless trees grow bare.
For now my sighs are fraught
whenever it enters...

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Categories: fatal, fear, loneliness, loss, natural disasters, scary, social,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Earth's Humane Rights to Healthy Climates
In 1968,
a time of great concern for healthy human civil rights
for and of women as well as LeftBrain culturally dominant men,
Gregory Bateson invited a Symposium
not quite a finished Symphony
proposing Moral and Aesthetic Structure of Human...

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Categories: fatal, culture, earth, environment, health, nature, political, prejudice,
Form: Prose Poetry
A perfect world From A TO Z
A perfect world
From A-Z…

Actually addicted attitude apologetic they assume while I'm angst in my room
Bold not blameless but blame shooting out like bullets
Critics just quit it, calculated moves, claim to have your back until you...

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Categories: fatal, addiction, adventure, beauty, perspective,
Form: ABC
Premium Member The Twin Towers Disaster or A True Friend Part 1
Touching my hand was a wet doggy.
Whatever my fate was going to be,
My dog, my hero would be with me,
If he was in terror it did not show,
I was the weak one that I know.
With...

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Categories: fatal, poetry,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Now And Then And Now Again
1
Though still within our infancy, 
we strive to thrive, but woefully 
we flash and flaunt our 'primacy',
display our trophies pridefully.
 
Our terra firma ecstasy
destroys survival's harmony,
lays waste to life on land and sea.
Mankind, thy name...

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Categories: fatal, corruption, culture, environment, money, pollution, racism, religion,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member The Whips Of History - 1
This whip is a relic of war
an instrument of severe education, 
come now Avia, look how lovely and vulgar,
it is essential for you to appreciate it's intention,
feel it's supple weight, the simple fright,
I use jasmine...

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Categories: fatal, history, passion, poetry,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member A Museum Ap-art
I'd risen from my bed quite early, in the pale silent sunshine,
And I thought to have a day out, and not waste summer's prime.

The world still was sleeping, but the bluebirds sang a tune,
And blooms...

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Categories: fatal, adventure, art, beauty, color, fantasy, imagery, summer,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Warlord Wars No More -2
Pay heed to those deeds from whence the heart must confess...
You're far from Rome Proconsul Caesar...
As they say, "All roads lead to Rome" Ariovistus
and all tresspasses are treated as threats of war...
My recent conquest of...

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Categories: fatal, history,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
The Peasants Truck
Everybody moved out of the country to get a taste of the shining city
Ripe banana, ripe plums, are perishing in Uncle Sam’s broiling sun
I cannot stand the scorching heat that is swelling up from the...

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Categories: fatal, angel, blessing, business, character, confidence, earth, friendship,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Short Stuff: Epigrams
Epigrams by Michael R. Burch



Negligibles
by Michael R. Burch
 
Show me your most intimate items of apparel:
begin with the hem of your quicksilver slip ...



Negotiables
by Michael R. Burch

Love should be more than the sum of its...

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Categories: fatal, body, clothes, death, eulogy, introspection, love, obituary,
Form: Epigram
Desperate message to Kim jong un
Pardon any absent adulation, bequeathed capitulation, devoted dedication, indiscretion, blabbering peroration, improper salutation or any unintended vexation if this unknown earthling sent a nearly identical message. He over-looked a small number of errors and hoped...

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Categories: fatal, abuse, dark, emotions, evil, hate, war, world,
Form: Free verse
Femme Fatale
Femme Fatale By A Wishing Well 
  (In The Wastelands Of War)

Warm as breath on placid skin,
Soft as gentle summer rains,
Loud as natures angry clouds
That gather in ambushed lanes,
To confer with the wounded boys
Whose...

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Categories: fatal, war,
Form: Rhyme
Kilo
Forever is only a moment lost without champion the cause Anderson mister burnette blossom barachatta Barbara Streisand globally Hussein ghost minnows shady lane candles blue stay real vanderbuilts vaults of favored few points topless blunt...

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Categories: fatal, 11th grade,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member Subject, Aspects of Interest, and Effect of John Keats's ''On the Sonnet''
“On the Sonnet”
by John Keats

If by dull rhymes our English must be chained,
And, like Andromeda, the Sonnet sweet
Fettered, in spite of painéd loveliness;
Let us find out, if we must be constrained,
Sandals more interwoven and complete
To...

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Categories: fatal, england, fate, literature, muse, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Prose
11:02 pm
My life hasn’t always been easy...
                             ...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fatal, death, memory, mental illness, sister, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Keep It Turnin' to the Right
Oklahoma cowboy, tough coal miner’s son
Born in Henryetta, south of Tulsa some
Raised by daddy’s momma, taught him wrong from right
Daddy taught him ropin’, taught him how to fight
 
Herding made no money, its stock was...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fatal, day, earth, funny, life, love, satire, work,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Truth Is Here Somewhere :2: Echo Poem
An Echo Poem

Original: If I Kissed It - Poem by Brian Johnston

If I kissed it, would that make it better? 
Are you needing much more than a friend? 
Would it help if I held you...

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Categories: fatal, forgiveness, friendship, fun, games, life, love,
Form: Bio
Premium Member If I Ruled The World

There have been multiple attempts at dictatorial rulership of the world.                        ...

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Categories: fatal, leadership, love, world,
Form: Verse
Premium Member FIGHT FOR WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN






1.

WHAT?

Are we going to enter the ill-fated whirlpool 
                          ...

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Categories: fatal, humanity, life, love,
Form: Free verse
SV POP
"I will continue to broadcast, as time and circumstance permit,
To whomever is receiving on the aforementioned frequency.
My name is Cor Nosduh. I am not infected. Over."
Yea, I thought, continue to broadcast until this massive, power-sucking,
5.1...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fatal, daughter, fantasy, future, horror, planet, science fiction,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Don't Just Murmur
Don’t Just Murmur


1.

WHAT?

Are we going to enter the ill-fated whirlpool 
                        ...

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Categories: fatal, visionary,
Form: Didactic