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After All is Said and Done
I wrote this random rap song just yesterday! Have a blast, reading it! :D
"We shall all be like magnets,
Connecting to God's Laws in perfect symmetry 
We shall all shine as the sun,
Glorifying the son of...

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Categories: insect, anxiety, deep, depression, desire, emotions, encouraging, hope,
Form: Lyric

Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 34
I listened to his heart profusely, 
For a beat like his was much to ponder
I often wondered, his thoughts, and,
A light in me knew, with wretched wonderment
What the whispers in his mutterings meant to me


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Categories: insect, desire, destiny, endurance, feelings, heart, leadership, psychological,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Random Excerpts from Ice in my Eyes, Smoke in Yours - A Novel
"Hey, you philosophysing Hindu. Give me a break, Buddy. I was just pulling your leg. [...] I want the rest of the story. Really, I mean it.” Theson said nothing. [...] “I can see you’re...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: insect, fantasy, growing up, lost, nature, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member God's Return Ticket
God's Return Ticket

Did you ever wonder about the Almighty’s criteria or selection process for reincarnation of souls back on Earth? Just think some famous politician, movie star, sports figure,criminal, dictator, and so on could use...

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Categories: insect, beauty, creation, earth, emotions, god, heaven, judgement,
Form: Narrative
Please, save me!!
Solitude is speaking, oh so lonely...

We have plenty of gain 
In our pockets, overflowing with light
You are like an airplane,
Landing safely from a fantastic flight 

My beating heart can't take this anymore
The moment...

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Categories: insect, betrayal, deep, depression, desire, lost, passion, time,
Form: Lyric

Make it Up to Me
Insecurities is gone in a heart beat now
Emotional injuries fade away somehow
I can feel the tension as it sheds away 
I can deal with the motion of your sway

I feel you here with me, no...

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Categories: insect, abuse, angst, depression, emotions, endurance, hurt, love
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Canopy and Economy
Sun and traffic - day economy.
Six a.m. drive to plywood mill. Too tired
to be angry. Each day a step
toward death. What is being accomplished? The
small satisfactions
within each day. Book consciously read.
And frustrations. Package dropped, honey...

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Categories: insect, baby, day, history, jobs, teacher, tree, wind,
Form: Verse
Cocoons Hibernating In Summer
I made a U turn at dusk as dark night creeps  upon me
I tried to catch my breath from the horrible smell that was stifling me inside
I did not know which way to turn...

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Categories: america, angel, christian, community, environment, insect, truth,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Which paradise is not the elusive chimere
Which paradise is not the elusive chimère?
…how long does it take to live one life…learn the lessons of a lifetime…find the time to live…find the time to sort things out…know what you did...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: insect, heaven, innocence, myth, paradise, symbolism, truth, universe,
Form: Free verse
The Market Place
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you see that it is a brand new day?
Winter has subsided...

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Categories: insect, change, character, courage, environment, metaphor, money, truth,
Form: Narrative
The Bug's Tale
A bug upon a green leaf sat
Cautiously eyeing up a cat
Who, unaware of the bug's intentions
Continued with its cruel conventions:
Of catching a mouse then setting it free
Then leaping up it once more with glee
Until the...

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Categories: insect, humorous,
Form: Epic
Venus and the Soldier Ant
Venus politely introduced herself to the passing soldier ant,
The ant did gaze for long, at the pretty crimson plant-
Impressed by Venus's beauty, it listened to her talk,
And even thought them pretty, the seven leaves upon...

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Categories: fantasy, feelings, children, friendship, imagery, insect, life,
Form: Rhyme
We Need Bees
The bees graze in fields of daisies
They dance on flowers like fairies
Quickly…substantially, they buzz around happily
Hopefully, they’re not caught off guard suddenly

Just let them be
In lands, so free
They will surely flee

They don’t know, oh no…

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Categories: earth, environment, hope, insect, muse, passion, words,
Form: Lyric
What I've Gone Through
Don’t you ever feel insecure?
Don’t you ever feel like your worthless?
Will I ever find some sort of cure?
Will I survive this feeling of hopelessness?

There are ghosts in the shadows
You got me with your many blows

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Categories: insect, deep, depression, desire, emotions, endurance,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When We Were Eight
When you were eight years old
waking to another perfect day's dawn
what potential did you
with your autonomic empathy,
integrity of left-deductive
with elder-right-tempered languages,

Who were you
as you stepped into morning's warm spring sun,
how were you one of "us"

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Categories: insect, adventure, age, culture, home, love, paradise, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
No End
there was no end

drenched with dust, mile after mile
across desolate yellow fields
then by scrubby woodland paths
we trudged on and on until morning

at last we came to a wood building, painted green
with windows covered from the...

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Categories: insect, native american,
Form: Blank verse
keep it cool
Go ahead and spin the epic wheel of fortune 
Figure out the mysteries behind our misfortune 
Play songs in repeat, for I have memorized the tune
We will see each other in the afternoon real soon


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Categories: insect, betrayal, cheer up, confidence, confusion, courage, deep,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mighty Oak Tree, Its Acorns Fed Many
Mighty Oak Tree, Its Acorns Fed Many
  (A Native American Food Source)

Hard-cast shell
flung down in Fall,
food for man and beast
nuggets of forested treasure,

sprinkles its bounty
majestic Oaks rain
fruited missiles to ground:

thy treasure feeds life itself

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Categories: insect, creation, history, humanity, native american, nature, tree,
Form: Verse
Heated Back
I woke up suddenly with a burning sensation in my back
It felt as though my whole body was on fire and literally I was sweating all over. I took off the covers to appease my...

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Categories: insect, america, change, encouraging, endurance, environment, integrity, march,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Wishing for 1984
Wishing for 1984

'War is Peace Freedom
is Slavery Ignorance 
is Strength Big Brother…'

is waiting for Godot who came quickly and travelled from Pyongyang to glorious
theoretical impossibility, but wait everything goes and now we are on to...

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Categories: insect, dedication,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Backyard Politics of Love, etc
By now this self-analytical Left mindbody lens grows thin
imagining dualistic cultural dominance,
logically sciencing,
rationally defaulting to either-or assumptions
supposedly proving either x or y
does notnot also equal x + y = (0)-squared
fractally regenerative temporal health-balance
unfolding c(+) +...

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Categories: insect, earth, happy, health, humanity, humor, love, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
Throwing stones at Philosophers
Throwing stones at Philosophers

Critical conscience is not an admittance of ambivalence,
But a philosopher once said:
“You threw a rock at my head Fred!”
A road along a path is but a journey to nowhere,
If your cart is...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: insect, dream, fantasy, humanity, journey, philosophy, scary, time,
Form: I do not know?
Fleeting Moment
A fleeting moment I possess
I tend to obsess
condense my sight to the obvious sightings
I'm beyond inferior to proposals and promise of wedding bells
unable to compete with the reigning smiles
and the incoming wave of tiny giants

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Categories: insect, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Flower over stone
Flower over stone

Excuse me while I lose my mind.
I've fallen through a rent in time.
Some great tragedy theirs' was
Details won't distinguish fuzz.
Mistakes were made as
Ever they will.
Were we witness of side effects,
Akin to a pill?

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Categories: insect, change,
Form: ABC
the book is too heavy
If the book is too heavy,
and low light,
Then I close my eyes
on the show pages.

What happens in it?
I do not know yet
that reserve
detours of history.

It takes place without me.
These are secret stories
which other
can access.

Meanwhile here...

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Categories: insect, books, deep, dream, feelings, memory, sleep,
Form: Quatrain