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Why do they hate so?
They expound forgiveness
But malign half of humanity
It is the gravest sin
That they do not wish to know

The human race cannot exist
Without a mixture of men and women
Men crave priority
While the woman...

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Categories: imperil, future, gender, god, religious,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Pulmonary


Revelations burn pulmonary
when all the bees no longer roar
life drowns in blue-green

Clairvoyants dance in time 
with prophets to flux events
Light folds Dark inside out 

Lizards Popes and Politicians
tread water in their black oceans
looking for an...

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Categories: imperil, animal, bird, fish, humanity, i am, life,
Form: Free verse
Consanguinity Begets Anomalies
Offspring between close family members
not biologically fit nor ablest
even if direct immediate relations
consider themselves best
buddies, emotionally intimate, and offload
heavy matters weighing down

on their respective figurative chest,
cuz lurking within brethren and cistern genes,
and/or chromosomes dwell deadliest

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Categories: imperil, baby, body, conflict, confusion, devotion, fate, horror,
Form: Free verse
Growing UP
abominate, abhor, abuse, admonish, adumbrate, afflict, advance,
agitate, agonize, alcohol, announce, approach, awaken, bait, bark,
bawl, bedamn, bedevil, berate, betoken, bluster, bode, bother, break,
brew, browbeat, bully, caution, censure, chide, clutter, comminate,
complain, complicate, confuse, cow, crucify, DAD, damage,...

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Categories: imperil, angst, childhood, confusion, depression, father, sad
Form: Free verse
Who Would Want Trump
Who Would Want Trump

What Trump said puts us into a stupor
Is party pooper and things are a blooper
With Hillary items are always tangible
His hair is orange and unmanageable.

Trump does end up putting us imperil
Would be...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imperil, humorous, sad,
Form: Couplet

Laskrizon , 6
I am truly concerned
as i leave my Laskrizon
but,it is a three day's journey
my next black moon destination

I trust all will be well
in my absense
infiltrater's are persistent
Ahpla and pack more than capable

A dreary journey thus far

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Categories: imperil, adventure, imagination,
Form: Epic
Leeches in Life Waters

God made the earth with life waters 1
For ages, waters flowed in each spring
Each human had his own spring
Respected was the neighbor’s spring 
Up and down ran the waters

At the start life waters were pure...

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Categories: imperil, africa, education, horror,
Form: Didactic
Never Return

Never return

Cumulonimbus gathering,
Clouding my judgment .
Rain drops pitter pattering
Acid down my cheek.
Resolve is growing weak.

One slip all it will take.
One deadly decision,
The last I will make.
Eternal mental damage
And ruinous thoughts banish.

Wanna score myself an ounce,

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Categories: imperil, addiction, dedication, depression, recovery from,
Form: Rhyme
Tatooed Priest Eating Food
Our Tattooed Priest Eating Food

They say precious Priest had been tattooed;
After eating Holy Food was further reviewed;
Had been brash,
Applying ash;
On his beautiful body a crucifix it did include.

Priest had enjoyed eating food for thought;
Worshiping before...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Our Priest Told Us To
Our Priest Told Us To

Our priest told us to be a Trump hater;
That fat slob  who is a  slithery traitor,
God said forbid;
Trump get rid;
Fed to an Episcopalian enormous alligator.

Oh Say You Should Hear...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Company Loves Misery
Company Loves Misery

If his company really loves misery
Then Trump does have a long history
Of others creating their downfall
Causing much misery for each and all.

A total loss is always a Trumpista
Loves bare bodies of a senorita

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imperil, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
The Phantom
         The Phantom.
  "When I left for the 
    Afterlife, I loathe my 
    Life's illusory.


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Categories: imperil, anger, death, farewell,
Form: Didactic
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol

Our minds and brains must be microscopic
Allowing things to happen that are catastrophic
Which cause so much sorrow, suffering and pain
While world and lives become filled with bloodstain. 

What is it that will stand...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imperil, religious,
Form: Couplet
Faith and Fanaticism
Unless we finally stop branding
  one another as pagans or infidels
    and as heathens or barbarians,
      we shall continue to imperil

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Categories: imperil, passion, peace, people, day,
Form: Free verse