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Premium Member My White House Interview
I was nervous about my newest client.
Not every Permaculture Designer gets a contract
with the WhiteHouse.
But, when the President called,
or twittered,
for an intake interview,
I guess it felt like an obligation
to at least show up,
although perhaps about...

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Categories: golf, caregiving, earth, health, humor, nature, trust, truth,
Form: Political Verse

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: golf, 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: golf, caregiving, character, humanity, leadership, people, rights, sports,
Form: Dramatic monologue
The Outlander
I am an Outlander
Who lives on a high hill
Overlooking a man-made lake
That once was a rapidly rushing river
Along whose banks the Ozarks Bluff Dwellers and the Osage and then Delaware
Hunted, fished, and created shelter
For their...

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Categories: golf, change, childhood, community, history, home, journey, remember,
Form: Ballad
How clever you are reducing sauces
Reducing sauces is a clever act that is not predetermined

Swimming in tepid waters often relieves tensions but a moose with a migraine prefers an ice cold bath. Bathing rituals signify statuses and this is referred...

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Categories: golf, appreciation,
Form: I do not know?

Ninety times a fish tail equals a spun yarn
Nine times a fish tail is spun from thin yarn?

Swimming in tepid waters often relieves tensions but a moose with a migraine prefers an ice cold bath. Bathing rituals signify statuses and this is referred...

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Categories: golf, baby, baseball, beach, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member HiStory Times
Once upon an evolving time
we were a great first nation,
or second nation,
depending on your historical perspective,
but definitely not a third nation
although some cooperative economists
thought we might be competing ourselves
in that over-invested and ego-inflationary direction.

This first...

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Categories: golf, community, health, history, humor, power, relationship,
Form: Political Verse
Held aloft
We'd laid old George to rest the week before,
at ninety-one he now rejoined his wife,
no heirs to his estate, so one thing more
to do, and that's clear where he'd spent his life.
Downstairs had been quite...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: golf, heartbreak,
Form: Sonnet
Wouldn't it seem to persist an unspoken personal longing for perfection?
Is insinuated toward poetic supremacy; obviously . . .
I would feel confident in generalizing the presence within us all—to achieve god-like greatness.
I must say, that...

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Categories: golf, adventure, art, beauty, character, courage, deep, how
Form: Lyric
And what to choose
Coffee or tea?

Fragmented frogs frolicking fruitlessly freeing flavoursome fairy freckles,
But what of the speckled hound in the bin?
Well he growled,
He snarled,
The sole paw pilot pivoting,
How interesting was it to note though that the frogs although...

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Categories: golf, bangla,
Form: I do not know?
The Hooker
It was in the mists of morning, beneath the rising morning sun,
We had come to conquer Ft. Langley, It was me and Al and John.
We had all teed off quite nicely, on number one I...

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© Vic Pister  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fun, golf, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Desolation Row
Kids of today, we here them say, no respect, what do you expect
Always hanging around on the streets, doing nothing and nothing to do
Is it their fault in this decaying society or should the blame...

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© john scott  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: golf, kids, drug,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Storm A Child's Playroom
Come with me in realty, 
as we weather an approaching storm. 
Dark clouds gathering 
like people coming to see a fight. 
And something about this thing doesn’t feel right. 
A flash of lightning and thunder...

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Categories: golf, adventure, blessing, life, rain, storm,
Form: Free verse
Onerous Ordeal
(strike while the iron's hot, else...
up prize cold hard steel Goldfinger
rewind: the following case in point).

Believe me you (stranger out there
along the information super highway),
perhaps feeling comfortably numb,
which I (personally experiencing futility)

vainly searching for Nirvana)...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade, discrimination, golf, hurt,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: XLVIII - Tongue Teasers

If the « Yellow Race » could have invented the alphabet, they wouldn’t still be seeing « Images » when they close their eyes. Picasso, Dadaism, Surrealist and Abstract painting...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: golf, humor, imagery, irony, satire, word play,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member I am the Grinch
I am the Grinch

I am I am, you know that I am
The Grinch of Grinch's and so
Don’t call me Sam
For Sam I not am
I am the grouch of this festive season
I take what yours; I...

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Categories: golf, children, christmas, life, love, sweet,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member A Hubby and Dragon Easter
Ever wonder, the sort of things that Dragon and Hubby do when together?
Well never fear, I’m here to explain a Spring Day routine in good weather.
Easter was upon us, as they worked out in the...

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Categories: golf, easter, fantasy, fun, funny, happiness, happy, imagination,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Stand by your man FOR CONTEST
I call you Mr Primitive
Because no one will know who you are
Another little secret we now share
We go way back in time
Spanning three decades I believe
Are we really that old?
Such time has passed
We are still...

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Categories: golf, appreciation, inspiration, inspirational, love, mentor, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Funny do's funny don't's
I will only write funny poems 
as I don't feel like I want to do anything else
Why are we so lazy at times?
Is it something that we ate
Or are we just natural born lazy?
I like...

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Categories: golf, faith, fun, funny,
Form: Free verse
Moonlight Falling In Winter
Naked trees standing tall
Wearing no clothes at all
Naked trees standing tall
Listening to the nasty brawl
Moonlight is shining brightly
With its trousers hanging haphazardly
Stars are peeping through  dark windows
looking at my dirty pillows 
and getting ready...

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Categories: golf, angel, betrayal, change, confusion, corruption, judgement, war,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Beannchor Looks On, Fabulous Pivoting Place
  molten times, vulcanising immensity, vast plateau
  belly-belching landform
  oceans, shallow seas and lakes swell up and down
  land-bridging, submerging
  any one place moving astride, stutter-shifting
  continental drifting world

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: golf, future, history, ireland, places, sea, society,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Rest In Peace Grandpa
To: My Grandpa

Grandpa was sharp as a whistle up until the very end. Old age and time passing just took a toll on his poor body. Ninety eight sure is a long life to have...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: golf, blessing, death, funeral, goodbye, granddaughter, grandfather,
Form: Verse
Best Laid Plans
Left my computer on 
Grabbed the keys off my desk
Packed up the RV
And we headed out West

We grabbed some snacks
Toys, clothes and some cash
turned out the lights, Fed the pets
Shot out the door, dumped the...

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Categories: golf, adventure, car, child, family, travel, vacation,
Form: Narrative
Trans-West Africa Highway
On the Trans-West Africa High way we drove
Thoughts of decades we carried 
Rich history to be unfolded
Beautiful sights of trees and mountains we view
Hail God’s creation
For his handiwork is perfect
Stories of the Liberian camp at...

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Categories: golf, native american, people, beauty, africa, beauty,
Form: Epic
Who is the real threat to America?
The Mexicans? The illegal immigrants? The Muslims?
Or the Manchurian Candidate in the White House?

Anybody who has ears to hear and brain to think critically
and is not a clone of...

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Categories: golf, angst, freedom, future, patriotic, political,
Form: Prose