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Visit to Antietam
Alone I arrive, walking from Frederick
over the gaps, across gentle hills
out onto a knoll
overlooking this burnished landscape.
Before me I see countless writhing rows
of indiscernible shapes gathered
in terrible rituals mid fire and smoke
darkening the sun.
From distant...

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Categories: holocaust, america, conflict, history, together, war,
Form: Ode



Premium Member Faith in History Lessons
Patterns of phylogenic history
retell our creative creation story
as bicameral restoration
of Earth's nature-spirit ecology,
both Eastern karma
and Western co-redemptive grace.

Spiritual memory experience
of RNA
and later DNA developments
and traumatic extinctions,
positive great transitions
and double-negative traumas;
are exegetical rhythms
and sacred seasoned pattern...

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Categories: holocaust, creation, culture, education, health, integrity, peace, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 14
Despite his impatience to show me his hell,
He waited for me in my rest, 
Lying upon the ground, I awoke in prayer,
Thanking God above and asking Him for guidance

“My heart is Yours, always,
From the moment...

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Categories: adventure, anxiety, conflict, courage, dark, holocaust, horror,
Form: Epic
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: holocaust, absence, blessing, happiness, health, humanity, nature, science,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Favorite Recurring Nightmares Part 1
Don't you think that this title is darkly divine?
But, of course, there will have to be weirdness that’s funny,
Though my nightmares are many and have complex arcs
There’s some risk here I might have to work...

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Categories: anxiety, crazy, fun, funeral, holocaust, humorous, life,
Form: Quatrain



Premium Member Red and TrueBlue Family--4
Dear Siblings Three,

At least three of us four
have survived this first round
of sharing our seeing Reds 
and our feeling Blues.

At this point
I imagine our eldest sister
reading with interest,
and/or possibly contempt,
and holding all these things
in her...

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Categories: holocaust, christian, earth, faith, health, heaven, integrity, religion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Chinese Sonnets
I

These days I forgive myself everything. After all
I'm alone and unhappy so I give myself a little treat
whenever possible. On summer nights I remember
the good women who loved me but live with their husbands now.

This...

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Categories: holocaust, crazy, friend, grief, kiss, society, women, work,
Form: Verse
World Bleeders
World Bleeders (#777 words)


If you claim to be sane
in this crazy whirled we live
I pity the world in your domain
in that you forget to forgive
I think your normal is abnormal
You must be one of the...

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Categories: holocaust, change, dark, death, earth, evil, political, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Zeitgeist Composing New Songs To Be Sung
  competing cousins, interbreeding homo-sapiens
  hominins humming mostly human song
  altruistic generalisers, ever close to dying ways
  opportunistic, never staying long

  self-aware, inquisitive, enlarging brains, empathising
  real representative intelligence
...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: holocaust, destiny, earth, hope, humanity, philosophy, power,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Wound That Never Heals
Science can’t save you, neither can religion,
at least Popper and Niebuhr, philosophers and poets,
are entertainers, which is why actors and athletes
are paid so much. Thanks for the summaries.
I was teaching Shakespeare’s 92nd ridiculous sonnet
to my...

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Categories: holocaust, christian, husband, mother, music, night, prayer, snow,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Talk of the Town
Luther Vandross recorded a song
that says something like
"We had the best love around...
We were the talk of the town."

I can't think of the last time
a greatly famous and resilient love affair
was the talk of even...

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Categories: holocaust, health, love, passion, peace, power, space, time,
Form: Political Verse
A Story My Mother Told Me
someone always told me this with tears in her eyes...


(for Lata Sethi's late-mother, who was my mother’s ‘sister’ and who took us all into her heart, and for Lata and Ravi Sethi of Defence Colony,...

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Categories: forgiveness, freedom, friendship, grandmother, hate, history, holocaust,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member BornAgain GrandKids
Your grandfather wants to apologize
not just for voting for Donald Trump,
but also for praying he would continue in Presidential Office
with YHWH's fertile blessings
of sacred ChristCentered Hearts and Minds,
economic and political leadership of divine Retributive Judgment.

Honey,
I...

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Categories: holocaust, bible, christian, health, history, humanity, humor, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
History's Sad Song
History's Sad Song (Revised)

throughout my life
I've heard many a sad song
relating to the lyrics
that seemed to play too long

way back during the Crusade
where religious debt was paid
by the bloodlust of so many
could not ye God...

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© Bob shank  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: holocaust, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SAD Seasonally Affective Disorder
SAD Seasonally Affective Disorder

Some are prone to depression in winter when days get shorter when
less light enters the brain through the eyes and thoughts become darker

I am also affected and when news gets explosive when...

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Categories: holocaust, conflict,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Exclusive Birth Rights
Exclusive Birth Rights

I am German and guilty as charged by history and evil parental culpability
privileged by life and proxy thus I refuse to forget ancestral perpetration
though I propose without any diminution that systematic genocide is...

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Categories: holocaust, humanity, , memorial,
Form: Free verse
OUR ENVIRONMENT TODAY
I was taught by   my father to be obedient in the dense forest to save the individuals trees, stop destruction to plantation. I cannot be silent under the detriment from lumberjacks to global...

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Categories: holocaust, earth, farm, flower,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Free Love
Do you remember stories about the incensed 60s?

The smoke-filled Beatles,
and acrid flowering Hippies,
and Aquarian Age of Free Love.

It fizzled out.
It wasn't such a Great Transition
as we had hoped.
Exhausted by Foreign and Civil Rights v Wrongs...

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Categories: holocaust, freedom, integrity, life, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Dilettante Diaries: Avian Notes on the Sensate Slip Stream : The Silent War in 3 Acts: Pt2
“I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”



The Dilettante Diaries: Avian Notes on the Sensate Slip Stream : The Silent War in 3 Acts

(Part 2)

What beats...

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Categories: holocaust, bible, bird, evil, god, light, love, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Great Little England
  skinny island rump
  highway seas churning the horizon under turbulent skies
  entity England
  migration waves still grounding along the continental shelf
  monarchs, priests and lords
  relaunching history and...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: holocaust, culture, england, history,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Refugees For Growing Wisdom
I'm listening to my least favorite inside voice
again
still reminding me in inconsistent Yang denial
of his own internal Yin belonging
to non-violently long for resolutions
toward a more PositivEnergy CoOperation.

This time
"I don't believe in No Gun Zones."

It does...

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Categories: holocaust, america, caregiving, faith, health, humor, integrity, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Another Nanny March
I already hear the Twittering Trumpers
and Trumpettes
in their unholy locker rooms
reducing the marching evolution of nurturing feminist matriarchs
to another whine,
too gooey,
shrill and screechy,
nagging nanny stroll away from True Patriarchal White Male empowerment.

Never minding Mother's ecological...

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Categories: holocaust, community, family, health, howl, humanity, humor, parents,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Some men die to survive
Some men die to survive

	the Hard endures
the Soft succumbs   stews in juices  reproduces exults
			disappears
the heartless breaks cracks crumbles
							drags
   the Ephemeral down the ravines of the also-ran rivers
								   ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: holocaust, death, destiny, god, history, religion, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member holokauston
holókauston

Around that table, picture the scene 
Self appointed leaders if you know what I mean 
What were the topics on the Agenda that day 
The Jewish race is about to pay 

Who gave the right...

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Categories: holocaust, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Some Danced Down Lanes, In That Hippie Holocaust
Some Danced Down Lanes, In That Hippie Holocaust

Thoughts of those days when so many felt all was lost 
some danced down lanes, in that "hippie holocaust".
O' horror, long hair and showing too damn much skin
with...

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Categories: holocaust, america, creation, dance, freedom, growth, nostalgia, youth,
Form: Rhyme