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Happy Fourth of July, Or Happy Independence Day
Happy Fourth Of July, Or Happy Independence Day

On this day we celebrate and commemorate the birth of our nation, The United States of America's Independence from Great Britain's monarchical hold and liberty's triumph
Congress voting in...

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Categories: henry, america, birthday, celebration, firework, food, freedom, fun,
Form: List



Premium Member I Want A Doggy
Oh how I want a doggy, 
a bundle of love and fur.                       ...

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Categories: henry, dog, friend, love,
Form: Narrative
Brave new world
(based on Aldous Huxley's book "Brave New World")

Human hatchery

Clink clink clink clink...
Test tubes prattling past
along the chrome plated production line.
Glistening under fake fluorescence
humming in harmony
with the magnetic motors
of conveyors, centrifuges and camshafts.
Biological blobs of gamete...

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Categories: henry, confusion, depression, heartbreak, humanity, introspection, political, science
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Picture of Dorian Gray: Paint Me As An Event
The Picture of Dorian Gray: Paint Me As An Event
The Picture of Dorian Gray, a decent fanciful novel by Irish writer Oscar Wilde, published in 1890. The novel, the only one written by Wilde, had...

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Categories: henry, angst, character, muse,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Long in the tooth male doth recount reflect reimagine
Long in the tooth male doth recount, reflect, reimagine...
his woebegone damn dental daze today May 5th, 2021 

No particular rhyme nor reason
garden variety indentured flunky (me)
revisits his salmagundi salad days, 
when oral blight smote 
left...

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Categories: henry, 2nd grade, absence, age, body, cinco de
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Visitor - Part 2 - A collaboration with July Morning
The Story so far continued from 'Visitor'…
An attractive extra-terrestrial female researcher sent to a remote island to observe earth and beam back her findings is struggling with unfamiliar, alien romantic emotions. Even though she is...

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Categories: henry, adventure, romance, science fiction, sensual,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Coma Conversation: I am in your computer
  C:
  I journeyed long upon the way, e-mailed through your router
  hello "Henry", good to greet, I am in your computer
  I am between him and her, so I am...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: henry, computer, creation, hello, imagination, philosophy, science, universe,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Henry Hustle's DEAD -- on really obnoxious Used Car Dealers
“Good morning, folks,” the guy began…“my name’s Henry Hustle.  Got yourselves a real nice car there. Love them fancy wheels! 
Today I’m gonna prove to you why so darn many people come to us...

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Categories: henry, car,
Form: Narrative
A Trick My Father Learned in Prison
I’m not saying my father hated the English, God forbid. If he were still alive, he’d hate to hear me say that. He’d correct me right away and say he didn’t hate the English. Truth...

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Categories: henry, ireland, prison, war, , western,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The Faces of Man





"The Faces of Man"



The faces of Man
transformative 
held in the hand 
of Mephistopheles 

blood sells white and red
pontificating with two fingers

consuming greed for 
want of everything
they meld into the
curves of their crooked bends

he’s come to...

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Categories: henry, dark, humanity, psychological,
Form: Epic
Premium Member One Great Quest
“Passion is what gives meaning to our lives. It’s what allows us to achieve success beyond our wildest imagination. Try to find a career path that you have a passion for.”  Henry Samueli
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After departing...

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Categories: henry, home, passion,
Form: Narrative
Eight Men Who Are Doing Quite Well
A notice appeared in the paper recently with the names and faces of eight men who have a combined wealth of $426 billion. According to Oxfam International, in 2015 this would have equaled the amount...

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Categories: henry, money,
Form: Prose
What Is The Order
I get up to the sound of drilling, banging and speeding cars with sleepy passengers shouting, “a who did a give the order,” and the fading response of another passenger “ a the woman with...

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Categories: henry, 8th grade, absence, america, beauty, butterfly, confidence,
Form: Narrative
i celebrate you my friend
The year that is about to make its last appearance 
before it dies and is buried to be only given a place 
in the history of our existence has brought  ?e joy, 
l° shall...

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Categories: henry, adventuregod, people, god, love, people, time, perspective,
Form: ABC
EULOGY FOR FRANK
My father died prematurely while away on 
a business trip from a rogue blood clot to the heart  
I never doubted he loved me, would have liked me, 
(not the same thing), adult to...

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© Nola Perez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: henry, hero,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Balls To The Wall
spend your day expressed by grace ordered from a Payton place
cheer each moment from the edge of the setting sun a very well done
climb each pillar of thought and deed to reach forth every bit...

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Categories: henry, art, autumn,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The First Thanksgiving
The First Thanksgiving (Sept. 3, 1578)

The shortest distance to Cathay 
(Land of riches: silks, teas and spices)
Lay to the north to the South Sea.
Didn’t Barlow tell the King,
Was reserved for England.

The routes ‘round the Capes
Were...

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Categories: henry, education, history, holiday, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day, voyage,
Form: Verse
Utopia
Our lives and our time
Fired useless
Into the air
Toy cap gun shots
Those winter palaces unstormed
No tax offices ransacked
Where is utopia I asked
And no-one knew
They looked at me with pity
As if I still talked
To an imaginary friend
At...

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Categories: henry, political,
Form: Blank verse
Present wedded bliss haint no touchstone
Present wedded bliss haint no touchstone...

Circa ~ late spring/ early summer 1978
twas at behest of Harriet Harris,
thus due credit mother dearest
(she long since passed away)
who tried, to bribe, coax, exhort...
(protracted effort not all in vain),
cuz...

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Categories: henry, adventure, appreciation, celebration, dedication, devotion, husband, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Earth's Oldest Love Poem
The Love Song Of Shu-Sin
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Darling of my heart, my belovéd, 
your enticements are sweet, sweeter than honey. 
Darling of my heart, my belovéd, 
your enticements are sweet, sweeter than honey....

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Categories: henry, desire, love, lust, sin, song, wedding, wife,
Form: Verse
Another day in dreamland
Another day in dreamland

Wake up.  Watch the sun ease in the light
like the day before, goin back, and on some more.
Cuddle with the reasons why while I collect
my unconscious back from the sky.
Okay, get...

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Categories: henry, dream,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Prodigy In Pieces
A boy and board in Brooklyn
bedeviled by the breath of baroque battles
bemused with a belligerent brain beauty
and befriended by battlefield bravado, 
the chessmen championed his ego
wickedly warring to a visionary's voodoo,
those soldiers of black and...

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Categories: henry, america, heart, history,
Form: Epic
ITS ALWAYS THE MONEY
ITS ALWAYS THE MONEY
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS


It’s always the money I’m saddened to say
Put your hand in someone’s pocket its time to pay
When it’s not the money, it’s a crusade
Or revenge for a crime that was...

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Categories: henry, allegory, corruption, evil, humanity, introspection, money,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bigger than You Think
Bigger than YOU Think

The internet, 
is large... indeed. 
It starts here and never ends. 
It just starts over somewhere else. 

In the beginning AOL, 
time spent waiting to connect. 
Now we sail across the sea,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: henry, addiction, allah, america, angel, appreciation, assonance, august,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Old mate
I have this burning desire
To find old mate
I want to sit
And chat with him
Under a Gum and setting sun
About what has come
And what has passed
Times of old
Places we’ve been told
Along the wallaby track
Signs of danger
Moments...

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Categories: henry, 12th grade, absence, courage, desire, old, ,
Form: Free verse