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Premium Member Haiku 1
The Original Sin: Rhyming Haiku!
should never rhyme:
it’s a crime!
?Michael R. Burch
The herons stand,
sentry-like, at attention ...
rigid observers of some unknown command.
?Michael R. Burch
the golden leaves turn black underfoot:
?Michael R. Burch
Dry leaf...

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Categories: homework, family, heart, love, mother son, nature, seasons,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member Straight to Hell - A Short Story
I was a seventeen year old senior in a coed, catholic high school.  Our gym classes however were still all boys and all girls.  My senior year we had gym every other day...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, life, day, school, teacher, me, old, class,
Form: Narrative
Children Are Why We Need Higher Taxes
Steven is a retired teacher disturbed by the problems he sees in education. Schools weren’t perfect when he was teaching but they were better than they are today. He has ideas for improvements. 

Some of...

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Categories: homework, child, education, school, , 9th grade,
Form: Prose
Im ostensibly merry,
But beneath the disguise,
I am divided and bare.
Craving the sweet relief of death,
Because nothing I do seems to fill the hungry belly of an overbearing culture.
I laugh to distract myself from the tornado...

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Categories: homework, 10th grade, anxiety, bullying, culture, depression, discrimination,
Form: Epic
Premium Member PART ONE - A Gunshot Wound to the Heat - A short story from my memoir

From a two-room schoolhouse high on a hill over the Fundy Bay, I sat at an old wooden desk daydreaming. The ink stains and etchings which were dug deep into...

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Categories: homework, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member When Was It Ever Great
Ask if we'll ever see the end of wars and you're bound to hear,
that it will never happen, not in a thousand years.
I hear you loud and clear, but I just don't accept it.
For someone...

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Categories: homework, america,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member When We Were Young
When We Were Young

He left for work each morning, 
Wearing steel-toed boots and a tin hat.
He took long strides that were three times 
The length of mine.
In one hand he carried a lunch pail and...

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Categories: homework, childhood, family,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Teachers - XXI
Unquotable quotes: Teachers – XXI

The pupil, the bitch and the walnut tree, the more the teacher beats them, the better they be.
In the old days, teachers were born to the métier like poets; today softwares...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, children, humor, parents, student, teacher,
Form: Epigram
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: homework, bangla,
Form: I do not know?
Looking back to memories bright,
I remember she’d teach me wrong from right.
“Clean your plate.  There are others who have none.”
“Do your homework, and let me know when you’re done.”
“Look at me when I’m talking...

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Categories: homework, childhood, inspirational, mom, mother, mother son, mothers
Form: Heroic Couplets
Premium Member More iffy coronavirus haiku
yet another iffy coronavirus haiku #1
by michael r. burch

plagued by the Plague
i plague the goldfish
with my verse


yet another iffy coronavirus haiku #2
by michael r. burch

hang their heads
embarrassed by their coronas

I wrote this poem after having...

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Categories: homework, america, death, eulogy, health, humanity, natural disasters,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Once Again
My heart stopped beating with hers- 
for we were connected by blood and 
If only Karen was here…
            once again.

Yes, I could pick...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, dedication, sister,
Form: Free verse
Your Own Reservation
As Mother Teresa words Echo with in My Mind.
So,"You can not save The World,Then save Just One."
This is not about Me Anymore My Friends,indeed.
It is about the Existence of To Be or not To Be...

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Categories: anger, care, change, deep, homework, life, teacher,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Shade
           Your past, your romantic past, is a shadow. Like all towns, Port Angeles was a combination of rain and clouds, sun and mist, with a chamber of commerce, barrooms and boards of directors, the known...

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Categories: homework, anger, deep, history, humor, money, romantic, wife,
Form: Verse
Paper ghosts in an upside down world
Written words
Lines and verses
Fragments of an author's soul
Frozen ink on paper
Entombed emotions
Imprisoned ideas
Trapped thoughts
Sentient silhouettes
Paper phantoms
Paper ghosts

School during a civil war
In six easy steps
A place of learning and reason
A propaganda soup cauldron
A refuge of normality...

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Categories: homework, death, education, evil, nature, pain, poetry, war,
Form: Free verse
All I Could Muster
Empty pages
Staring at blank spaces
How long has it been
As custom dictates, a line to be repeated
Maybe it'll close the gap between mental lapses
Maybe it'll explain the aversion
Welcoming the conversion
Welcoming the conversation now fulfilled
Am I fulfilled

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Categories: homework, night, voice,
Form: Free verse
7 - Bee Plus
Bee Plus

Sure it’s nice to learn, but I could never sit still…
(Humble!  Sit up properly in your chair and stop moving about!)
I had my head in the clouds; never my mind on the quill…

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, angst, childhood, friendship, happiness, sad, school, sun,
Form: I do not know?
Burning Graduation
The rage inside me is sickening, never thought I would be on this side. Everybody always saw me on this side and being stuck, no support for me. Go ahead rub your rolled up beige...

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© Cat Way  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, angst, me, me,
Form: Epitaph
A Wonderful Life
Life is a beauty
From the day a baby starts
Everyone who knows about them 
Keeps them in their hearts
And when a baby’s born
There are tears of joy,
From the mother and the father,
And their little girls and...

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Categories: homework, baby, baptism, beauty, children, family, farewell,
Form: Free verse
Falling into books
And I disappeared back into the books,
Whirling in a seamless stream of context,
By whose scarlet blood I assumed some looks,
Forevermore ready for what was next.

From this moment on I could not assume,
That what I had...

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Categories: homework, books, identity, inspirational, universe,
Form: Rhyme
Endless 'Luv'
Dear Girl,
Please go away.

You don’t love me,
You ‘luv’ me,
Because the latter is only a ghost of the first.
Don’t worry though,
I don’t hate you for it,
I only h8 you!

You don’t need me anyway,
Please go on,
You’ve got...

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© Anna Dove  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, death of a friend, girl, hate, love,
Form: I do not know?
Child Behaviour
you can't blame your Parents or the government
your life was created by your choices
yet how does fate play it's part
are you saying 

parents have no effect on child development 
Are you saying that teachers have...

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Categories: homework, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member All about anger
If you are angry with me 
Or with anyone or everyone
For some (in-)explicable reasons, 
Then, this poem is meant for you!

My basic hypothesis: 
In a moment of anger
There will be choice—almost always.
Choose the best.
A taxonomy...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homework, anger, funny, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
The One Who Had Potential, Part V
From the day it seemed that things just got worse,
she started handing with less-than-great friends,
and more than once she was caught cutting class,
more and more Miles could feel his heart rend.

He tired talking to her…so...

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Categories: homework, brother, change, depression, life, sister, work, youth,
Form: Narrative
To My Super Souper Friends
Alot of you folks have been able to say what you feel this holyday season with exquisite 
wording and beautiful sentiments. I can't do that. Maybe if I tell you a story about a 

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Categories: homework, friendshipteacher, me, write, class, autumn, city, class,
Form: Free verse