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Premium Member Random Acts of Karma

The mute old drunk had gotten lucky the day before - a stranger had taken pity on him at the bridge, (under which he and many other homeless people lived), and stopped to give him...

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Categories: granddaughter, grandchild, hope, humanity, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Restoring Inside Justice
Healing Win/Lose EgoNomial Intent

We belong together
Through all kinds of colonizing corporate weather,
We belong creolizing together.

So sings my mitochondrial DNA
when I listen deeply
to all prior matriarchal regenerations
speaking in still 
timeless win/win voices

Especially about polycultural outcome...

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Categories: granddaughter, culture, education, grandmother, health, integrity, language, racism,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Beauty of The Seasons
Summer magic, Winter delight, Spring fresh, and beautiful Fall.
The diverseness of the assorted seasons tends to delight us.
Each has its own ambiance and nuances, after all.
Some years they arrive with less fuss and muss.
Summer is...

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Categories: granddaughter, seasons,
Form: Chant Royal
First Wife
In front of the mirror I stare at my face. My cracks and my lines, tell me I'm fine. 

I look back at him, and think of our time. His cracks and his lines, all...

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Categories: granddaughter, death, emotions, family, husband, jealousy, marriage, wife,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I am On Fire For Poetry Soup Right Now
I know this may surprise some of you.
Not all.
It’s not going to surprise my besties.
But for others,
Let me be the bearer of a
Little surprise nugget of
Some of my obsessions are:
Have as many...

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Categories: granddaughter, friendship love, how i feel, identity, introspection,
Form: Free 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: blessing, death, funeral, goodbye, granddaughter, grandfather,
Form: Verse
The patient
When I think of the times in therapy that I spent with Lenny, they weren't that of a therapist to a patient.  They were more of daughter to father or daughter to grandfather. Like...

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© Maz Zie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, age, eulogy, goodbye, granddaughter,
Form: Bio
Arabella’s 18th birthday
Darling granddaughter of mine
A special treat
A unique ‘do’
A celebration for just us two
At a perfect place I knew

Board a train to the metropolis
hail a cab through London’s streets
we approach our destination
and our excitement...

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Categories: granddaughter, birthday, celebration, grandchild, grandmother,
Form: Free verse
Blessing of Love--From Our Father's Son
Blessed Mother's Day
God Blessing came in many ways
I was Blessed
Giving Out of Love His Best

In the morning
My son.. went out of his way
made me breakfest in bed today
Which woke me up
With God's Loving cup

Then My...

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© Star Light  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, inspirational, lovechildren, son, daughter, me, bible, bible,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Grandma's Gift

I wake to the sounds of laughter and lively music (jazz, I think) flowing free from the empty tenement down the hall. The smooth harmonies and upbeat tempos expand to fill every corner within me....

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Categories: family, granddaughter, grandmother, love, spiritual, wisdom,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member RUN
The truth is stranger than fiction.
As they say,
you can’t make this stuff up.
It was the middle of summer,
And I was looking for a way to defeat
Fort Sill’s Oklahoma heat.
Escaping to the cooler climate
of Buffalo New...

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Categories: granddaughter, black love, daughter, dog, family, humor, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Beautiful Hunger

She could see pink
over the vanity that her husband had built.
Someone had removed its mirror,
oh, long ago 
and put it in the alcove with the window
so she could sit and look over the cemetery and...

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Categories: granddaughter, death, spiritual,
Form: Blank verse
I could never predict 
The path you would choose
So much you could gain 
But instead you would lose.

So many lies you've told
Because of your guilt 
Destroying our lives 
And everything we've built.

You just wanted to...

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Categories: granddaughter, anger, how i feel, parents, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Man That He Was, And Still Is
(A Pre-Memorial Poem for Bob Lind)

Well the day that I met Bob Lind stays in my mind
For we met in a restaurant farmer’s still use,
A fond memory with me for twenty five years,
Of friends meeting...

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Categories: granddaughter, journey, life, love, , memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Heavenly Granddaughter
Heaven Leigh Kent,
With whom a lot of my time has been spent,
Non of which I even slightly resent,
I assure you, she certainly thinks I am a gent!

When she was two,
The things we use to do,

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Categories: granddaughter, allegory, loveworld, heart, age, heaven, age, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Earth Angel---Angel Baby
As the music played
Melodies of "Earth Angel"

I memo...
as Night-light started to fill the air
My little-Angel –baby doll 
as she went upon stage there
she picked up the mic

She being at four years of age
Sang her heart...

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© Star Light  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, inspirational, love, god, beautiful, me, people, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Falling from grace
I wrote this 7 years ago, decided to post and add to it.

15 year old me:
Sitting out front, spitting like a boy
Cigarette in her left hand

Momma's just looking through the glass
She wonders what happened..
To her

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Categories: granddaughter, abuse, childhood, growing up, lost love, mother
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Santa's Special Delivery: a collab
Brutal was the biting wind,
sweeping brown locks of a tiny urchin 
side to side, often hiding her eyes.
Oversized slippers she had donned
were lost in deep snow drifts.
She plodded forth barefoot, risking frostbite.
Little daylight...

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Categories: granddaughter, grandfather, love,
Form: Prose
      Let’s just call each other  Ra and Nut  ok?  
      No need to be formal here behind the pyramid.

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Categories: granddaughter, funny, god, me, blue, god, me,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Polly's Bench
It hides in the shade, as the leaves dwindle down.
The paint may be fading, but the seat is quite sound.

Some will sit in the shade, forgetting the tears,
without giving much notice, or to think of...

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Categories: granddaughter, sad,
Form: Free verse
Four Ladies
My mom raised me
She fed me
She cared for me
My mom is a saint
Raising five boys…
How can you say she ain’t?

My wife is nuts!
She is worried she may get laid off,
Yet she is hoping she will...

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© Al Kender  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, addiction, child, dog, women, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Waltz With Life
I was born, Bronx, New York, in the year 'Thirty-Nine',
   the first child with a brother who followed in time.
Ten years later, moved North, Hudson Valley, same State
   where I've settled,...

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Categories: granddaughter,
Form: Verse
Standing out in a field alone, a little white flower named Daisy longed for someone to share her world.
One day a blue flower named Bachelor Button entered her world they became friends.
 She knew by...

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© kj force  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, beautiful, beauty, best friend, bird, butterfly, childhood,
Form: Verse
on memories, the soul and gentle breezes
She has seen so much before Her eyes 
they have lost their sparkle 
She sits in Her chair to watch the hummingbirds 
flit and sip at the bird feeders She has prepared 
She has made...

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© Skye Tandy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: granddaughter, blessing, devotion, grandmother, introspection, memory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Grandma
She measured only five foot tall,
With her stooped shoulders, even shorter.
Towered over by her strapping son,
My mother and each other daughter.
Grandma came from sturdy stock. 
On her own strength, she relied
To raise her five young...

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Categories: adventure, devotion, family, people, life, granddaughter,
Form: Narrative