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Premium Member Various Heresies
If God
is good
half the Bible
is libel.
-Michael R. Burch

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Willy Nilly
Michael R. Burch

Isn’t it silly, Willy Nilly?
You made the stallion,
you made the filly
and now they sleep
in the dark earth, stilly.
Isn’t it silly, Willy Nilly?

Isn’t it silly, Willy...

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Categories: inching, atheist, christian, faith, god, heaven, religion, spiritual,
Form: Verse



Premium Member A Light at the End of the Tunnel
"What a fine day for a picnic," my friends all said,
In the dog days of summer, with the hot sun overhead.

We would all go for a swim, and then have a fine lunch,
And would return...

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Categories: inching, adventure, dark, fantasy, friendship love, home, light,
Form: Couplet
Weird fake news
Weird "fake" news

This pencil necked geek
did hair thru the long grapevine
actually following false tidbit
originated within imagination i.e. mine,
while stationed at Macbook Pro
laptop - time already inching close

to hour of rise and shine
yikes still no bloody...

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Categories: inching, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, grave,
Form: Free verse
I am an Empty Soul
I am an empty soul; I simply have no drive, it’s a wonder that I can survive
I am too depressed and I feel no rest; I always feel this pain deep in my chest
Life is...

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Categories: inching, absence, angst, dark, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Does the War Ever Really End
A moment stauls...
Somewhere in between
What shall always be... 
Known as my lost and forever hour

Where I wake to sounds of thrashing rains
A clock sits staring, ticking and tocking
My own darkness illuminating lightning
Distant thunder following her...

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Categories: inching, confusion, courage, dark, father, metaphor, pain, rain,
Form: Verse



Save our Souls
It was three in the morning and I had to get dressed
The radio had crackled out, another SOS
The fire flickered slowly, it was to cold to gain heat
So I pulled on my old boots and...

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© john scott  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: inching, dedication, me, old, tree, fire, fire, me,
Form: Verse
PERRY and EMPIRE
‘Twas but a mist-enshrouded speckle
dark-painted on looming horizon.
Petty worker holds unwavering watch,
silently, stealthily keeps his eyes on.

Forward motion undeniable,
each passing minute size increasing.
Small heart stands alert and viable – 
beating fast and tremulous; though, never...

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Categories: inching, allegory, heart, imagery, relationship, symbolism, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
A Poetic Call
Determined to read and plant the seed fast
   to emulate poets of the present and past.
I staked the library display Whitman, Kilmer, Frost, unnamed arrays
   including Sandberg and St. Vincent Millay.
It...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: inching, poetry, poets, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Booming Night
Bang! Bang!
A roaring sound erupted from downstairs awakening my sister and I, 
Silence over filled the house.
My sister and I laid in our bed immobile, 
I listened to her soft quivering breaths as the tranquility...

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Categories: inching, cry, dark, daughter, deep, evil, fear, halloween,
Form: Lay
Red Riding Hood
One day, little Red Riding Hood’s mother told her to deliver a basket of food to her elder grandmother. 
She told Red not to talk to any strangers and to stay on the path to...

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Categories: inching, abuse, betrayal, child, childhood, corruption, death, innocence,
Form: Alliteration
Shelton Washington state
County seat, of Mason County, Washington, highly rates
United States Westernmost city on Puget Sound e quates 
above ground sans tectonic plates
Population 9,834 per 2010 census 
end result from biological mates
maintains commission form of government 
drafted...

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Categories: inching, america, beautiful, blue, christmas, creation, environment, heaven,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member RACHAB OF JERICHO
Deliberately inching its way toward break of day,
The morning sun begins to emblazon the barley field.
Relaxing and watching the orb find its way,
The lady of the house waits for night to yield.
Like every morning, she...

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Categories: inching, faith, happiness, history, inspirational, life, visionary, city,
Form: Rhyme
I Took the Dare
There were Indians just over the Brazos
With a buffalo herd in between
They weren’t trying to stay hidden 
They wanted to be seen
The chief of these Comanche
Buffalo Hump by name
They say no one's looked him in...

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Categories: inching, adventure, cowboy-western, native american, horse,
Form: Ballad
Words

                                  ...

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Categories: inching, on writing and wordswords,
Form: I do not know?
***** The house of the keeper
From the distance they could see the light.
Flickers, shinning in the still of the night.
In front all they could see was darkness,
a blackness that took over the forest.

They had been traveling for many hours.
Hungry, tired,...

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Categories: inching, animalshouse, voice, water, house, trust, voice, water,
Form: Free verse
Shelton Washington State
(do enjoy frolicking gently imaginatively)

County seat, of Mason County, 
   Washington, United States
westernmost city on Puget Sound 
   above ground sans tectonic plates

population 9,834 per 2010 census 
   end...

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Categories: inching, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, america,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Jupiter Joy Juice
Jupiter Joy Juice/ A day in the life of the twilight zone

Pulling off of the main road, the two ladies were interested in the odd looking space craft thingy atop a small structure.  A...

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Categories: inching, fantasy, joy, red,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Epigrams III
Speechless
by Ko Un
translation by Michael R. Burch

At Auschwitz
piles of glasses,
mountains of shoes...
returning, we stared out different windows.

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Conformists
by Michael R. Burch

Conformists of a feather
flock together.

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Fahr an' Ice
by Michael R. Burch

From what I know of death, I'll...

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Categories: inching, humor, literature, philosophy, poems, satire, words, writing,
Form: Epigram
Nightmare 4
He is amped up excited
Very eager and ready
No shaking this time
His hands they are steady

His next victims he's found
Quickly and urgent
So quick with his ok plan
This time it felt perfect

A need to get it done
So...

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© Troy Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: inching, allusion, anxiety, betrayal, conflict, confusion, murder, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Shelton - Washington State
this paean to the place name sans title of poem actually mooch oh years decades? ago, when my youngest sister began her decades long residence along the Pacific Northwest.
- - - - - - -...

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Categories: inching, adventure, age, brother, city, destiny, environment, home,
Form: Free verse
A Change Is A Com n
A Change Is A Com'n

Though this baby boomer,
     (who didst roam man
upon this Earth
     since the year
mcmLix) does not
coon sitter himself
a political activist his wear
re: some ness,...

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Categories: inching, anxiety, class, environment, grief, heartbreak, hero, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Sleepers Mask
In the meadow, of the fields of life burning ripe with ire, I lay. Falling into a nagging sleep away from all the begging flowers. Aloof into the night, with blindfolds to help me rest...

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Categories: inching, addiction, christian, deep, poetry, poets,
Form: Prose
Discount
The industrial hull of the SUV 
Sways with the slightest wind taps 
And pothole shoves. Popeye’s signs, 
Golden shell displays, the lingering smell 
Of Premium-grade gasoline. 
The prices are Down, but our gas meter still...

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Categories: inching, night,
Form: Narrative
Down the Hill
Slither, slither, show the way, water moving faster still
Never ever going backwards, only flowing down the hill
Water flowing down a river passing over rocks and earth
Slowly gliding to the ocean from the reservoir of birth
Water’s...

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Categories: inching, analogy, beauty, change, deep, nature, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Wasn't Enough
Why bother trying, You watch yourself dying, Crying out to God asking for advice, Help me find away to rejoice, Speak up and feel the noise, Only in away that He knows, And you cant...

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Categories: inching, confusion, depression, fear, life, loss, mystery, sad,
Form: Ballad