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Premium Member A Friendly Goodbye

Poem 1: A Boy And His Painted Piano

he used lively greens
tender blues,
touches of plain mauve 
and rainbow trout splatters
to paint music
on the gas fumes 
that inhabited the clean air
that once use to live there.

he made...

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Categories: impromptu, beauty,
Form: Free verse

Men are not that complicated!
The perfect mate is often over-rated
Ladies relax calm down
Don't let your selves get so jaded

Men are simple creatures 
a few basic things that they need
Gonna share a few tips my dear

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© Diana Vee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
The Lost Years
The Lost Years


Edie looks well for her age,
Hard to believe she’s almost 94.
A widow wife these past 72 years,
Lost husband Bill, in the 2nd World war.

Bill was presumed killed in action,
Though his body, was never...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, absence, age, loss, miracle, missing, romance, world
Form: Rhyme
Winter - A Hard Place
A damp, dank odour pervades the saturated forest; pungent. acrid;
The stench an assault on the human senses:
Working subtly, slowly permeating every pore until it compromises the very heart of the forest.

Seeping easily between the debris;...

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Categories: impromptu, animal, appreciation, bird, dedication, nature,
Form: Free verse
The Chilean Episode
Two thousand feet in the belly of the earth
So near the opulence of golden ore
And so far the poor man's dream of worth
From the falling sweat of toil
Around the Chilean house
The wringing hands toll in...

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Categories: impromptu, allegory, natural disastersheart, heart, hope, life,
Form: Free verse

Memoir: Crashing Women's Studies- Feminists, BEWARE lol
Don't ask me how it happened; I have no clear recollection. I have always had this brazen habit of coming right out and directly asking for whatever I want; I always figured "no!" was the...

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Categories: impromptu, art, funny, poetry, social, women,
Form: Narrative


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Categories: impromptu, business, celebrity, music, sports,
Form: Verse
Dandling Up And Down Upon The Lap Of The Wind Part Number One Into The Palm Of My Hand
Yes, I looked deep into the palm of my hand nope no muse for any of us there. 

Then I took off lollygagging on a whim with the wind's rushing. Yes, but only the effects...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, 11th grade, 12th grade, 1st grade, 3rd
Form: Bio
The Strength Of Pain
As far as the eyes can stretch
Sand shines and glitters white to torment the eyes
In the ocean of land barren without life
A determined line of black souls 
Forges ahead their efforts
A sole upon sole they...

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Categories: impromptu, black african american, day, future, may,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Water Tower
The water tower stands above the town and can be seen for miles around.  It has a 
ladder leading up to the base of the tank.  This ladder has been climbed by countless...

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Categories: impromptu, childhood, faith, father, lifewords, water, water,
Form: Narrative
En-route Onikan Stadium
I had evaporated from
My abode in Samonda
Only to condense in Iwo road. 
There I saw them  begging
One barely leaves before
Another jumps on us
They were beggars of the Niger-Area.

Behold !an old haggard
Tattered looking...

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Categories: impromptu, angst, black african american, life, people, lost,
Form: I do not know?
Some pros and cons of being virtually connected to reality 2nd byte
who felt incorporeal storied power 
   of Herman Melville as zen unseen aid 
instructing hypothetic rich kid to drop out of school 
   before his/her first grade
coz of all the money...

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Categories: impromptu, 10th grade, appreciation, computer, fashion, grief, internet,
Form: Free verse
inherited, everlasting, bountiful

there is no
shining sun
because it is not 
the sun’s turn
to shine. 
instead these stars 
and sparkle
from heavens 
we stretch our arms
and faith
to touch
and shine down
on this earth,
this divine planet,
which houses the baby
who has...

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© Ema Kenyon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, christian, christmas, god, heaven, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GOOD FRIDAY

In the garden, The Christ did pray
For strength ardent to bear pain's stay.

Gethsemane, the Master kneels
To ask to be with fond appeal.

His close aides lie in heavy sleep;
The Christ now cries in pain so deep.


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Categories: impromptu, child, children, good friday,
Form: Couplet
Trouble, Impromptu
My attraction towards her was fatal.
For the realest things to come from her lips affected me in more ways than one.
You see truth speaks volume.
And the beauty that comes from her lips was more than...

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Categories: impromptu, black african american, crush, cute love, longing,
Form: Free verse
The Comedy House
He'd return after decades
Spent in imagination. Month
spent in reality. He'd return to the
House of comedy,here,to crack
an heart-taking,wits-arresting,Emotions-
devouring,Land-quaking joke.
He'd return with a robust neck
Seasoned with weeping nerves.
The joke cracker,Let's hear.....

Before he return'd
The gym-ed rodents embroided
with pleasant...

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Categories: impromptu, allusion,
Form: Lyric
After dinner childhood parlor game
let me take thee dear reader rabbit alas and alack 
on an imaginary carpet ride whisk king ye dis family back 
rheumy eyes started to water from nostalgic clack
until reverse time warp registered 


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Categories: impromptu, adventure, age, brother, kids, fun, nostalgia, together,
Form: Rhyme
Space Outlaw
3.28 parsec out
We’re making an impromptu flight change
Windstar is gonna have to make 
				a low-grav burn and turn
towards the Big Rocky asteroid belt border
It’s a risky nav maneuver for sure,
but every space outlaw has faced...

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Categories: impromptu, adventure, science fiction, space, technology,
Form: Free verse
"in the guest house of the dead
where pain and mourn summoned me
a blood call of an impromptu visit
my dearest poem poked out itself
in an express tell, it loudly spell
“we fade away slowly and silently too…..”

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Categories: impromptu, bereavement, depression,
Form: Free verse
Pine Cathedral
Deep in the woods, nearly three miles back,
far from New York with its tall glass and steel,
on a low ridge that has no proper name,
I stumble on something that feels surreal.

An old-growth forest grove, somehow...

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Categories: impromptu, appreciation, beauty, imagery, nature, places, spiritual, tree,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blessings of Music
// This is my tribute to the many blessings that music brings to our
lives. I know many of you share this enthusiasm and gratitude. //

Appreciating an amazing artform: allegro, andante, or adagio -
Bach, Beethoven, Brahms:...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, appreciation, blessing, music,
Form: Abecedarian
IF, the flip side
If you can't keep your head when all about you are losing theirs then I don't blame you. 
If you can't trust yourself because others doubt you, then allow yourself to trust the lack of...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: impromptu, humorous,
Form: Free verse
STRIFE -wandering heart-
When the battle seem lost, and hope not nearby.
I'd remember my mother's voice saying to me
'Omo mi, you sef like your peers will go to school
So you can have a better fighting chance in life....

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Categories: impromptu, anger, betrayal, conflict, smart,
Form: Prose
A Taste of Home
Verse 1
I dialed that familiar number,
Cuz’ my heart was breaking in two
And aching for the comfort, 
that in her voice I knew I’d find
And the invitation for a taste of home
To a kitchen table where...

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Categories: impromptu, family, life, lost love, love, mother, song-heart,
Form: Lyric
We make it in digital so that nothing real exists
Beyond the firey belly thought horizon
Far beyond the fraudulence of existence
Numbers and symbols form and this replaces our language
The heart is gone, nothing but rom and...

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Categories: impromptu, business, freedom, heart, introspection, journey, philosophy,
Form: Free verse