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Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's Poem 33 in Interrogation Rooms 1980-82 by T Wignesan
 Translation of Eric Mottram’s Poem 33 in Interrogation Rooms by T. Wignesan

33.  on a vu un homme courir/ de la scène de crime un homme est maintenant en train d’aider/ la police avec...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: julius, america, conflict, culture, , literature,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member - Au Revoir - Goodbye -

- 2016 -


A freezing cold evening

Where the stars shining bright

With frost blade flanks

From mouth and nose steam

In the clear silence

White untrodden snows

Nature's frozen pulse

Sleep like a little baby

One gracious moon

After the night the...

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Categories: julius, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Bible And Our Privileges
"It is known that the Bible, in its hundreds of different translations, is the most widely distributed book in human history. The bible has been enormously influential, and not only among the religious communities that...

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Categories: julius, bible, books, christian, creation, devotion, encouraging, inspiration,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Warlord Wars No More -4
We've been taught the terror of triumph from where the heart looks...
General Caesar Sir, 9th Recon reports that Pompeius Magnus has fled by sea to Egypt,
also, the body of Captain Crastinus has been laid on...

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Categories: julius, history,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
My Heart Will Go On
POTD 30th August 2018 

The gently swaying branches of the old oak should elicit calmness
And yet a sense of foreboding permeates the midnight air
Wild imaginings?  Or did shadows flit across the leaf strewn path?

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Categories: julius, grief, heartbreak, lost, romance,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Something He Sees While Praying
I have an old friend who was told some time ago he had six months to live. We live far apart now and he told me about this in an email shortly after the doctor...

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Categories: julius, god,
Form: Prose
Little Jordan
A sudden feeling propelled me to go down to Ellanor C. Lawrence Park
and walk on top of the old colonial Spring house  wall 
I have been to that place before and walked  back...

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Categories: julius, angel, autumn, blessing, business, change, culture, england,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member As We Imagine Gods, Venus And Mars
As We Once Imagined The Gods, Venus And Mars

    Universe eternally unending
    expanding space infinity sending,
    vast emptiness, separating its stars
    as we...

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Categories: julius, art, creation, humanity, meaningful, philosophy, stars, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Beware The Ides of March 2022 part i
Ides simply referred to first new moon, 
which usually fell between 
the thirteenth and fifteenth day
of a given month.

Smithsonian Magazine history buff
Tom A. Frail
posted March 4, 2010 issue
url =
top ten reasons to 
beware the...

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Categories: julius, adventure, celebration, conflict, death, eulogy, fate, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Making America GreatAtWar Again
I was listening to The Naked Apprentice,
cautiously sifting for any substance
behind mindlessly reactionary mulish gruel,
universally bullying
yet morally thin as frozen rain 
on transparent windshield.

He has the mechanical aptitude,
systematic rectitude,
academic attitude
of a tired,
and pissed off mule.


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Categories: julius, anti bullying, bullying, health, history, integrity, leadership,
Form: Political Verse
Best Sports Poems II
These are the best sports poems by Michael R. Burch, Part II

The Locker
by Michael R. Burch

All the dull hollow clamor has died
and what was contained,
adulation or sentiment,
left with the pungent darkness
as remembered as the sudden...

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Categories: julius, baseball, basketball, boxing day , football, sports,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member You Don't Like Me
you don't like me...and that's ok
you need your comfort zone in tact
and so you keep away
passionately intense people
can make life a little messy
blood bath of emotions
on display
night or day
It's ok

Never thought you had it in...

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Categories: julius, truth, , literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
' More Than Any Of Us ... '
Braver … Than All The Mighty Lions Can Roar
Braver … Than All The Spirited-Wings, That Soar
Braver … Than All The Explorers, Who Explored     ( Philippians 2: 7, 8 )
Braver … Than...

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Categories: julius, adventure, dedication, devotion, faith, children, happiness, history,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Parlor Of Prometheus - Part Two -

I kept up with the questions as Lucifer stared into a vacancy
which the echo of a star explosion could disappear into,
but I constantly felt Him paying attention to me despite the hallway of History,
do you...

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Categories: julius, creation,
Form: Ode
Endangered Horror Species Zoo, Part III
...So why do we keep ghosts in here
when by the day many folks die?
Well, you see, it’s technology,
it tears them apart from the inside.
Since they are merely energy
all the fields from our gadgets and toys

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Categories: julius, animal, celebration, crazy, fun, halloween, night, satire,
Form: Narrative
The coward
Cowards die many times before their deaths…
Julius Caesar, Act II, Scene 2 ~William Shakespeare

a souse 
classic grouse 
a big girl's blouse

portent ominous 
assertions blasphemous   
obscure and anonymous 

his skulking is nefarious 

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Categories: julius, language,
Form: Other
let me be clear. i need no compassion in this life. i've seen myself as a villain ever since i could understand death. exposed at a young age, i dove head first in the pools...

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Categories: julius, age, death, innocence, life, religious, sin, tribute,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Serenade me, Julius La Rosa
Serenade Me, Julius La Rosa

His striped tie has a green tint color 
And his hands are dark and bulging with blood. 
I can see them gripping the steering wheel like parrot talons. 
I can see...

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Categories: julius, memory, me, dark, dark, kiss, me,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Perche Sono me II
Perche Sono me II.
I interact with the blues because I feel sad and I am alone.
The blues are an expression of my internal feelings.
My biological needs and psychological needs are in a constant state of...

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Categories: julius, dedication, desire, grief, hope,
Form: Prose
September Daze Haint Sapphire Away
Already the month
     of August 2018,
     May never become 
     a je June'm

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Categories: julius, 12th grade, 9th grade, animal, art, dedication,
Form: Imagism
Today is the birthday of that
long gone soul. The one spinning
in the centrifuge, even now,
on the counter, as the technician
in the lab coat pulls seven G's
worth of DNA from calcified skull,
in an effort to know...

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© Goode Guy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: julius, history, imagination, introspection, life, world,
Form: Narrative
Water in the morning

Water rains the philosophies of mums each morning plying jeer can with tough 
faces because the taps have been experiencing months of loneliness in it 

The waking of sleepless mums gluing their hope to...

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Categories: julius, anger, rights,
Form: Political Verse
believe them
believe them
the ones,
those people who saw
(the ones who did not conquer-
the Julius creaser want-a-be
the ones who wasted years of precise time-to prove absolutely nothing,
believe their stories.
(the poets, they have stories you wouldn't even believe,

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Categories: julius, deep, feelings, heartbroken, inspiration, love, pain, wisdom,
Form: Prose Poetry
julius caesar
When you start reading
You show your feeling
But not in Julius Caesar 
Whose chapters dip you in eager 
Onto the streets of Rome
Lay a royal home
Caesar's it was
Who was the boss
 He was the king

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Categories: julius, adventure, betrayal, death of a friend, emotions,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Bat and Gat: Chicken Thief
What a sad day out on the farm;
A raccoon got a chicken, did harm.
At the edge of the heather,
The large pile of feathers
Was enough to raise the alarm.

Bat and Gat knew they’d need an assist,

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: julius, animal, hero, silly,
Form: Limerick