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The Sun's a Liar-Children's Story Short Contest-
The Sun Is a Liar

It’s been quite some time since I've awoke early enough to meet the sun coming over the horizon. As I gazed out the window from my bedroom window seat, the sky...

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Categories: grandmother, childhood,
Form: Prose

Family Poems
Family Poems

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 than...

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Categories: grandmother, child, childhood, family, father, father son, mother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Grand Mother Eartha's Dream
My husband and I always enjoy visiting
GrandMother Eartha
on Mother's Day

She often shares
last night's dreams,
which too often follow rather disturbing peak experience themes

you know,
or maybe not because,
how would I know?

Dreams about Her Straight White AlphaMale trauma

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Categories: grandmother, culture, earth day, health, mothers day, political,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum
Poems About Children
Poems about Children

The Desk
by Michael R. Burch

for Jeremy

There is a child I used to know
who sat, perhaps, at this same desk
where you sit now, and made a mess
of things sometimes.I wonder how
he learned at all...


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Categories: grandmother, boy, child, childhood, children, daughter, family, son,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ice Cream Gran 5 - Turbo, We Have a Problem
It’s heading for our planet at ten thousand miles an hour
To stop it all the experts say we haven’t got the power
All the nukes in all the world won’t constitute a plan
So someone said, ‘All...

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Categories: grandmother, hero, space,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Chapter 65 -- Damian Delilah Mallory: the Family Seventeen Xiv 2 : the Family Vacation
It was at this point 11 o'clock 
At night. Damian Left Molly and 
Checked on the seven. Everybody 
Was fine. He returned to 
Business. Molly was no longer 
Afraid she knew she was in the...

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Categories: 7th grade, beach, beauty, child, grandmother, parents,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Chapter 57 -- Damian Delilah Mallory Polly: the Family Seventeen Vii
One week passed before Polly
Called. Molly and Dolly agreed 
To change the meeting 
Location. "We'll meet at the 
Small Park near by where we 
Used to live."  Dolly called 
Her mother and told 

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Categories: grandmother, birth, brother, business, celebration, culture, desire, family,
Form: Alliteration
Poems About Fathers and Grandfathers Ii
Poems about Fathers and Grandfathers II

All Things Galore
by Michael R. Burch

for my grandfathers George Edwin Hurt Sr. and Paul Ray Burch, Sr.

now in your gray presence
you are

somehow more near

and remind me that,
once, upon a star,

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Categories: grandmother, family, father, father daughter, father son, fathers
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ecotherapeutic Justice
When passion plants a multicultural seed,
then justice flourishes a polypathic trusting flower.

Permaculture and polyculture, 
grow holistic cause-effect karmic significance 
for our physical, and mental, political and spiritual health.

Permacultural, as I intend it this morning,
refers to...

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Categories: grandmother, blessing, culture, earth, nature, philosophy, political, religion,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- An Epic Poem 79
Lumi smiled and reached out to grab his shoulder.  They passed over the ridge where, as Joulupukki had said, a small hamlet clung to the side of the mountain about equal distance to the...

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Categories: grandmother, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Who Am I

                          I am a woman of abundance,

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Categories: grandmother, character, i am, life, me, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Reason I Write
“I thought about the former days, the years of long ago.” * 

If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If you heard about something captivating and fantastic;
If you felt something soothing...

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Categories: grandmother, family,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Remember When
Remember when you were very young,                             ...

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Categories: grandmother, fun, games, life, love, remember, today, youth,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Teachable Momentum
we left off yesterday
to pick up
where speaking non-violent principles 
too often neglect to listen
to liberally artistic,
green and active
yet non-reactive
compassionate healers
may need to co-invest more
in co-operating democratic research
and for
WholeEarth DiaLogical Matriotism.

Excuse me,
but co-passioned listening
to silence
speaks not...

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Categories: grandmother, caregiving, green, health, light, nature, passion, spiritual,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Tea Leaves
Part 2.

Come on in, the phone is on the wall there. I’ll go and change. You’re on the Massey farm. Do you want a bite to eat with your coffee?

Yeah, thanks. Genecia looked around, the...

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© Paul Bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: grandmother, anger, hope, journey, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Want a Doggy
Oh how I want a doggy, 
a bundle of love and fur.                       ...

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Categories: grandmother, dog, friend, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Laundering Her Accounts
New England's late May sun was long up,
and yet her laundry began to unfold
and clip onto the droopy clothesline,
while yet to warm into 8 AM.

She wore a light spring jacket
and need not think long
about why...

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Categories: grandmother, analogy, destiny, health, humanity, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Brace For Impact
We were off,                                ...

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Categories: grandmother, car, kid, red, snow, vacation, weather, winter,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Let It Be Written 3

“I thought about the former days, the years of long ago.” Psalms 77:5 NIV

If you saw something beautiful in a people, a place, a thing;
If you heard about something captivating and fantastic;
If you felt something...

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Categories: grandmother, family,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Daily Show and Tell
Dear Toni,

I saw you on The Daily Show
the other day
having your way
with Trevor,
or was it the other way around?
Not sure.

I'm also not sure where we first went wrong,
but I'm sorry for once having thought you...

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Categories: grandmother, family, health, humor, patriotic, political, psychological, science,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Artifacts of Destiny
Each ego identity,
whether of busy bee
or slacker sloth,
recreates its uniquely sacred eco-Other,
mutually capable of Win-Win intentional experience
and memory
toward appreciating capital investments
in further living, not deadening, artifacts
through each personal life 
both cooperative and competing
so far.

every shrinking...

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Categories: grandmother, destiny, humanity, identity, integrity, psychological, , western,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Travel Light
* This poem was written for a contest originally, but was used by Professor Anne-Marie Thornton of Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, to teach her WAR POETRY class in the spring semester of 2017. My...

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Categories: grandmother, child, children, loss, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Travel Light
Her small angelic face ...

Once a place where broad smiles bloomed like butterflies on marigolds,
is streaked with the furrows that countless tears have etched into the
layers of dust and dirt and explosive residue that now...

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Categories: grandmother, child, conflict, courage, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Listening For Firestorms
Always respect this combination of fire and wind,
she tentatively said,
after having listened for healthy and pathological winds
regenerating and degenerating,
investing in and divesting of,
yeasty flames of fertile dopamine.

They, like you,
co-arise of and from the landscapes
in which...

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Categories: grandmother, absence, blessing, happiness, health, humanity, nature, science,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Why I Don't Celebrate Christmas - Fiction
Grandma died when I was 18 years old, on Christmas day. I never really got to know her well, since the family had pretty much kept their distance from her due to her 'weird religion.'...

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© Tom Woody  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: grandmother, christian, christmas,
Form: Narrative