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Premium Member Forever






“Forever”



When The Terrors came,
The Uncontrollable Ones,
she closed her eyes
and listened for the notes
her mother had planted
amongst the deep blues,
beds of Forget-Me-Nots,
she followed the 
labyrinthine trail 
and through a gate unhinged,
it would seem destroyed, thrown aside,
she...

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Categories: interred, dark, halloween, light, love, symbolism,
Form: Narrative



Let Me Give Her Diamonds
Let Me Give Her Diamonds
by Michael R. Burch

Let me give her diamonds
for my heart's
sharp edges.

Let me give her roses
for my soul's
thorn.

Let me give her solace
for my words
of treason.

Let the flowering of love
outlast a winter
season.

Let me...

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Categories: interred, valentines day,
Form: Verse
Winter Awakens My Care
Winter Awakens My Care
anonymous Middle English poem, circa 1300
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

Winter awakens all my care
as leafless trees grow bare.
For now my sighs are fraught
whenever it enters my thought:
regarding this world's joy,
how everything...

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Categories: interred, angst, england, joy, sorrow, tree, weather, winter,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Tuan Tata: Song of Uda - Parts One and Two
 TUAN TATA : Song of Uda - I
by T. Wignesan

(Patrick Noone, a British anthropologist, discovered the Ple-Temiar tribe living isolated in the jungle highlands in the State of Perak on the west coast of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: interred, death, murder, tiger, wife,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Of Winks and Wings - Part 2
     "Oh, indeed she was, young man ... I mean Greg. It IS Greg, if I recall correctly?"
     "Yes. Or you can call me True Friend if...

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Categories: interred, autumn, life, lost love, nature, soulmate,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 98
The Council room, back on the fifth floor of the Keep, was quite busy upon their arrival.  They stood just outside of the door waiting for the councilman to complete the business at hand...

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Categories: interred, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 105
The next event to be held for Joulupukki was the coronation, which followed closely behind his parent's burial.  He was very wary of what he would say at this event.  Virtually every elf...

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Categories: interred, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The reading of Villon poems at West Berlin's Free University during the 1957-58 Winter Semester
The reading of Villon poems at West Berlin’s Free University, Winter Semester 1957-58
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: interred, inspirational, passion, poetry, poets, remembrance day, surreal,
Form: Free verse
The Rhyming Poem - Part I
The Rhymed Poem aka The Rhyming Poem and The Riming Poem
Old English Poem (i.e., Anglo-Saxon Poem) from the Exeter Book, ca. 990 AD
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

He who granted me life created this sun
and...

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Categories: interred, england, literature, poems, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
The Rhyming Poem - Part II
The Rhymed Poem aka The Rhyming Poem and The Riming Poem - Part II
anonymous Old English Poem from the Exeter Book, circa 990 AD
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

He who granted me life created this...

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Categories: interred, england, literature, poems, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 100
   “You have been busy Seileach.  Again, please allow me to offer my deepest respect for this council and its members.  As for my last piece of business I wish to...

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Categories: interred, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
The Compensatory Man Par Excellence
I seldom indulge in letter writing 
Because I consider it 
To be a cold and illusory 
Means of communication. 
I will only send someone a letter 
If I'm certain it's going to serve 
A definite...

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Categories: interred, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sleepless in Whereis Part 2
 Continued from Part 1 

The forgery of Multitudes between the Silhouettes
(and discarded cigarettes,
neath the haunted parapets)
mock my lonely echoed steps
         – mock my lonely echoed steps...

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Categories: interred, fantasy, lonely, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Translation of Si la vie demande ca by the Groupe NATIVE
Translated: Si la vie demande ça by Laura and Chris Mayne by T. Wignesan.

If Life would not wish it otherwise
 
[Note: The two sister French Caribbean-Martinique Black “Blues” Swan : Laura and Chris MAYNE (lyrics...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: interred, 7th grade, french, heartbroken, memory, poetess, relationship,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Never Land Part 5
 A lad is stopped by roving cops, who shoot in disregard.

His face is black, he’s on his back, a breeze is breathing hard,

he bleeds and dies, his mama cries, the screaming sky is scarred,

the...

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Categories: interred, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
A hoodlum albeit respectable in bedlam
A hoodlum, (albeit respectable) in bedlam

whiling away his time playing solitaire...
November second two thousand and twenty
fast approaching the final countdown

With less than twenty four, twenty three, 
twenty two...  hours
harkening, heralding or (worse case scenario)
hindering...

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Categories: interred, america, change, conflict, destiny, discrimination, grave, miracle,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Interalphabetnet sex stew


Primose path leads to the slaughter of American
dream delete pause proficiency with internetty
webbegone after thoughts of yahoo googleyed 
interred intricacies that shed benign capsules of
 mom entary apple pie delquiences cooling 
the soul shopping for...

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Categories: interred, analogy, change, education, emotions, future, introspection, irony,
Form: Free verse
Dark Matter Matters
Dark matter seems to be
What isn’t there to be seen
In between
What we see.

They dub it dark since you cannot detect it
Nor can they inspect it
With telescopy.

Yet, while it can’t be descried
It cannot be denied
For equations...

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Categories: interred, creation, dark, deep, earth, science, space, stars,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member If Not For You
‘If not for you ‘Bri' I might have hated all men'
Sobering words my ‘little sis' said to me, 
But just where it happened, or even when, 
Is a window through which I can't see.

I know...

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Categories: interred, sister,
Form: Rhyme
The Survival of The Fittest or The Holy Bible Part 1 of 4
' The  Survival  of  The Fittest '
 (The Holy Bible)


(2 Tim. 3: 16, 17/ Matt. 4: 4)


Down Thru The Ages of Our Histories
The Survivor Stands Thru Time, Victoriously
The Survivor Stands Triumphant Over...

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Categories: interred, bible,
Form: Epic
AMAYA
Your walk away into the echoing stillness
Of a crimson autumn sunset
Gently stepping over the leaf-strewn forest floor
As withered leaves under your feet
Bid you soft and gentle adieu.

The wild blossoms by your wayside smile
And lend you...

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Categories: interred, loneliness, longing, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gothic Nights
My chamber teems with tensions, taut, that logic can’t withstand,
fragmenting mental masonry with memories unplanned,
as bitter tears from hazel eyes reduce the stone to sand.

Dim shadows cast by candles flit across the haunted room,
beleaguer apparitions,...

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Categories: interred, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
Solomon Mahlangu: My Blood will Nourish the Tree that will Bear the Fruits of Freedom
(special thanks to a friend who shared this tribute to Solomon Mahlangu)



Solomon Mahlangu: My Blood will Nourish the Tree that will Bear the Fruits of Freedom:



Solomon Mahlangu was trained as an MK soldier with a...

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Categories: interred, black african american, courage, death, dedication, education,
Form: I do not know?
A Storm In Heaven, Sections 1-6
To this scene we have gathered on September’s eve
Under darkening sky, where a storm may conceive
Not a sight better is that face I’ve hardly known
So frail and aged in years past he had grown
A tragedy...

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Categories: interred, devotion, loveworld, heart, longing, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Kajal Ahmad translations Kurdish
Mirror
by Kajal Ahmad, a Kurdish poet
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

My era's obscuring mirror
shattered
because it magnified the small
and made the great seem insignificant.
Dictators and monsters filled its contours.
Now when I breathe
its jagged shards pierce my...

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Categories: interred, arabic, bird, conflict, earth, home, sun, travel,
Form: Free verse