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Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 74
     “There,” Lumi said suddenly and Joulupukki looked through the trees, seeing a small house. 
     “Wait here said Joulupukki, I'll be right back.”
He made his way...

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Categories: intersect, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic

Premium Member The Casualness Of Casualties
In the intimate interlace of chance and fate, in the ultimate interplay of time and place, and with the consummate checkmate of my human dignity, all that is -- is over, in the stormy, swarming...

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Categories: intersect, death, evil, family, fate, life, love, violence,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Yolks and Whites, the Remix
Time's natural evolutionary purpose
and revolutionary EarthTribal meaning
is primordial eco-centric gratitude for being,
as compared to human nature's language of being,
becoming some intent we are not yet.

The evolution of our human natural culture
our cooperative vocational
ecological purpose.
From this...

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Categories: intersect, destiny, earth, nature, power, spiritual, wisdom,
Form: Narrative
See them dressed in colors soldiers, regiment, British royal guards, guard bearskin, grandier guards, Buckingham palace guards dressed in scarlet red walking behind the queen’s casket and reminiscing the dead. Their tall bearskin hat almost...

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Categories: intersect, animal, death, destiny, endurance, environment, eulogy, motivation,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Garden Tale
  gardens are where we are:

  from "Eden" to "Gilgamesh", "Babylon" to "Gethsemane"
  from mountain to coast, town to country
  from wetlands to desert oasis, under the sea to the edge...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, garden, places, space,
Form: Free verse

The Bright Road

I looked down a wide, bright road, and as I looked around
There was so much attracting me, and so much good I found.
The lights and scenery seemed so good, yet something deep inside

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Categories: intersect, religious, travel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Inevitable
I awaken to the sound of your voice, your words, calling to me...
Calling to me...Petitioning me... like an ethereal Siren's Song
Moving towards me just as waves journey toward an empty beach...
Always and forever...moving towards that...

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Categories: intersect, love, people, lonely, me,
Form: Lyric
You're Not Poor Because He's Rich, Part II
So many seem to think that hard work
is somehow a great curse,
they think that they deserve money
without putting in the work.
They seem to think those at the top
did do without hard toil,
that they would never...

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Categories: intersect, career, how i feel, jealousy, money, political,
Form: Rhyme
Mop and Bucket
The aftermath -  J.F Baker
You are the bucket to my mop

The twisting rope that whips the water awakening a bucket

My two hands wrap themselves around you, one above the other

Gripping firmly the silver pole...

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© jf baker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, angst, change, confusion, first love, sexy, silly,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Sleep now child

Tomorrow’s another day, when 
this present is dead and done
In reality one rotation, on 
earths path around the sun
The position can be calculated,
but what lies in store unknown 
Our planet’s measurable, not 
unpredictable like skin...

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Categories: intersect, allusion, creation, humanity, life,
Form: Rhyme

If we can be certain that we know that God is one, God is Creator
yet fail to see the joy of forgiveness, reconciliation and growth in the human spirit:
then we are standing firmly in one...

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Categories: intersect, blessing, christian, jesus, prayer, religious,
Form: Free verse
Consumed By Memories Of Infatuation
Anguished pained introvertedness
choked, immobilized, paralyzed...
rigor mortis frozen state held sway
over mine adolescent body as if...
scared to death upon unavoidable
close encounter (perhaps maybe

third time within same number of
days), sans wretched mortified
inevitable orbit, this bodily Earth-
ling on...

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Categories: intersect, 11th grade, 9th grade, age, anger, cute
Form: Bio
Premium Member Dialectic
If there’s no god, why show respect
for pain that’s felt by an insect,
for doesn’t that in part deflect
from order’s natural select
which did from soup somehow infect,
cajole or otherwise confect
life as we know it, and inject

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, life, meaningful, pain,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member MORE FROM MY EYES
When I think about my eyes…I am filled with adulation for like many of my body parts…they’re a marvel of creation.

Allowing me with just a turn of my head to see the world around me.

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
I met this rabbit on my morning walk…two months ago…near as I recollect…
He was sitting in the center of where two roads intersect.

I said, “Good morning, little rabbit. Isn’t it a pretty morning? How are...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Circumspice 3
Part 3  --  Sir Christopher Wren

"Resurgam".  What a righteous word it is!
The Latin form of "I will rise again".
I'd like it on my tomb.  A scientist
I was, a humble Oxford teaching...

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Categories: intersect, history,
Form: Blank verse
Black Shuck
Nile spreads through the valley like a snake
Pyramids look awesome in rays of sun about to wake
Pyramids are strong constructions can even take small earthquake
They are made of limestone granite or bricks that in sun...

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Categories: intersect, animal, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Puppy Love Ain't No Saviour
Advance and dance towards destiny
Defy the lie and cry of scrutiny

Over hurdles seen and unseen
Drive and dive to arrive
At the intersection where a queen
Awaits your appearance as you strive

To breach odds stacked against success

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Categories: intersect, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE NUMBERS
Remember throwing a stone into a lake when you were a child…watching that stone soar…seeing the splash and discovering how the ripples returned back to the shore.

Remember if you tossed more than one stone at...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Broken
I’m broken
Not too much has been spoken
Of my alliance
Towards the silence
Evening corrupts me
Bleeding disrupts me
Contemplating the ending
Of relationships bending
I see sours grapes
Beyond her drapes
Of her eyes
In disguise
I have not feelings of remorse
For it was a...

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Categories: intersect, break up, goodbye, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
HE.                                  ...

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Categories: intersect, math, relationship,
Form: Free verse
Ligament Hinges
Lines reign rectangular beyond widely 
sombre dour density of inhabitants 
Living rendered responsible behind wisely 
secure doors definitely insure us

Neighbours harbour unfamiliar stories
Measureless textures hold untapped instruction
Sectioned protected fences forbode inquiry 
Composite dismissed in driveway's...

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Categories: intersect, community, environment, future, proposal,
Form: Rhyme
Teenage Pregnancy All Mathematically
The growing youth, 
The future leader, 
The light of the nation, 

Listen to the words, 
All mathematically, 	
Like the equation y = mx + c, 
The y-intersect you can meet at
As a young girl...

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Categories: intersect, anger, courage, cry, dedication,
Form: Epic
Where our lives intersect there is no sunshine
Where our lives intersect there is no sunshine

It seems we are rooted in coldness.
How we nourish ourselves is our mystery.
On the outside we look healthy, even beautiful,
Others envy what they think we have—vibrant love.

But through...

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© Jeff Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: intersect, depression, relationship,
Form: Free verse
The Artiste
I am The Artiste. 

I draws lines by cutting carcasses, among other things.

I am the crazed dancer, down pouring a diaspora of red essence and entrails as I sporadically spin.

I am the antagonist; the anti-hero...

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Categories: intersect, anger, conflict, creation, loneliness, philosophy, strength, symbolism,
Form: Free verse