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Dear John 1
now stop already with all that text message nonsense. i can't respond to them all so i'll just have to write you a letter. and i hate writing letters. i'll just imagine i'm henry tudor...

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Categories: march, animal, boyfriend, lonely, memory, peace, romantic love,
Form: Free verse



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: march, america, conflict, culture, , literature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Hotel Caretaker
How unparticular the day had particularly been,

On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,

For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,

Had lacked company, and therefore, dopamine.

 

‘Twas Sunday when all the guests had fled,

From either...

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Categories: death, grief, introspection, march, mystery, remember,
Form: Rhyme
Peace Prayer
These are peace poems, prayer poems, hymns and lullabies I have written for family, friends and the world over the years ...

Peace Prayer
by Michael R. Burch

for Jim Dunlap

Be calm.
Be still.
Be silent, content.

Be one with the...

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Categories: march, beauty, blessing, love, nature, peace, prayer, time,
Form: Free verse
Medieval Poems Ii
Medieval Poems



Wulf and Eadwacer
(Old English circa 990 AD)
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

My people pursue him like crippled prey.
They'll rip him apart if he approaches their pack.
We are so different!

Wulf's on one island; I'm on...

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Categories: march, angel, england, love, middle school, poetry, song,
Form: Rhyme



Apocalyptic Poems Ii
These are prophetic poems and apocalyptic poems ...






Beast 666
by Michael R. Burch

“... what rough beast ... slouches toward Bethlehem to be born?”?W. B. Yeats

Brutality is a cross
wooden, blood-stained,
gas hissing, sibilant,
lungs gilled, deveined,
red flecks on a...

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Categories: march, earth, earth day, environment, future, visionary, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member - Au Revoir - Goodbye -
- 2016 -

- JANUARY -

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: march, remember,
Form: Free verse
Dream of Infinity
Dream of Infinity
by Michael R. Burch

Have you tasted the bitterness of tears of despair?
Have you watched the sun sink through such pale, balmless air
that your soul sought its shell like a crab on a beach,
then...

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Categories: march, confusion, depression, dream, farewell, leaving, loneliness, longing,
Form: Couplet
The Moon As a Metaphor For Your Mouth
The Moon as a Metaphor for Your Mouth
by Michael R. Burch

When I was closest to love, it did not seem
real at all, but a thing of such tenuous sweetness
it might dissolve in my mouth
like a...

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Categories: march, candy, love, metaphor, moon, romantic love, sweet,
Form: Sonnet
Various Heresies 2
Various Heresies 2

You
by Michael R. Burch

For thirty years You have not spoken to me;
I heard the dull hollow echo of silence
as though strange communion between us.

For thirty years You would not open to me;
You remained...

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Categories: march, atheist, bible, christian, god, jesus, religion, religious,
Form: Verse
Come Down, For Harold Bloom
Come Down
by Michael R. Burch

for Harold Bloom

Come down, O, come down
from your high mountain tower.
How coldly the wind blows,
how late this chill hour ...

and I cannot wait
for a meteor shower
to show you the time
must be...

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Categories: march, books, culture, discrimination, education, extended metaphor, literature,
Form: Sonnet
What Good Are Our Tears
What Good Are Our Tears?
by Michael R. Burch

What good are our tears?
They will not spare the dying their anguish.
What good is our concern
to a child sick of living, waiting to perish?

What good, the warm benevolence...

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Categories: march, child, child abuse, children, death, poverty, sick,
Form: Free verse
Enough
Enough!
by Michael R. Burch

It’s not that I don’t want to die;
I shall be glad to go.
Enough of diabetes pie,
and eating sickly crow!
Enough of win and place and show.
Enough of endless woe!

Enough of suffering and vice!
I’ve...

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Categories: march, body, cancer, death, health, irony, mental illness,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Chapter 98 -- Damian Delilah Mallory: Teenager Invaders Misbehavior
Late evening March 2045

The Teenagers were adventurous 
They were venturing.  DJ and 
Damali Trech were both 18 years 
Old. The Copy Cat Club was the
Place to  be for teens.  It mostly 
Served...

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Categories: march, confidence, courage, emotions, father daughter, father son,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member The Flash Mob Application
I'd like to apply for a permit
for a protest march
on the Washington Mall.

Lovely idea.
But, we're only issuing Mall permits
for Song and Dance Events.

I think this might be a violation of my Rights
to Free Speech.

I see...

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Categories: march, america, culture, health, humanity, humor, integrity, music,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Remaining - Prologue: Terra Firma and the Bitumen
“The Remaining”

PROLOGUE:  “Terra Firma and The Bitumen”


"The slow descent into Hell
Had led Her mind to escape to Heaven
Her firmament was Her Mind
Her body just a Shell"


Heaven for Her existed in The Dream
She called Her...

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Categories: march, angel, daughter, god, heaven, imagery, jesus, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Chapter 16 -- Damian Hakim Polly Dolly and Molly: Damian's Plans and Family Time
March  2026
The final weeks of the CCC plan:
Damian and Polly planned the
Copy Cat Club convergence with
Molly and Dolly. The meet was postponed 
A few times until everything was set.
Damian and Dolly knew one another...

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Categories: march, allusion, best friend,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Seek the Lord Everyday - the Tanka Style
~ Seek  The Lord  Everyday~ 
(Double Tanka) 


Extend God's  Love now 
Show to  others the right way 
In  bad  times  just  Pray 
Don't let  worries ...

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Categories: march, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Sonnets Xxv-Xxxii
Sonnets XXV-XXXII

Archaischer Torso Apollos (“Archaic Torso of Apollo”)
by Rainer Maria Rilke
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

We cannot know the beheaded god
nor his eyes' forfeited visions. But still
the figure's trunk glows with the strange vitality
of a...

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Categories: march, bereavement, body, cancer, change, death, depression, life,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Wisdom's Marching Council
I know you invited the Brothers to side-line along,
but only if we are here to listen;
Don't speak.

Yet I may have credential for qualifying voice.
For I, like some of you,
know what it means to develop cooperative,
too...

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Categories: march, deep, health, poverty, race, wisdom, women,
Form: Political Verse
My Most Popular Poems On the Internet I
My most popular poems on the Internet (I)

A number of my poems and translations have gone viral, according to Google, and some have been copied onto hundreds to thousands of web pages. That’s a lot...

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Categories: march, internet, poems, poetry, poets, social, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An Ordinary Girl - Translation From Tagore
Sharing my translation of a famous poem (Sadharan Meye) written by Rabindranath Tagore, who won Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. It's one of his story-like poems, written in Bengali, which is one of the...

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Categories: march, life, loss,
Form: Narrative
Miklos Radnoti Translations of Holocaust Poems
Postcard 1
by Miklós Radnóti
written August 30, 1944
translated by Michael R. Burch
 
Out of Bulgaria, the great wild roar of the artillery thunders,
resounds on the mountain ridges, rebounds, then ebbs into silence
while here men, beasts, wagons...

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Categories: march, death, grave, holocaust, horror, humanity, memorial, world
Form: Free verse
Sweet Rose of Virtue: William Dunbar Translation
Sweet Rose of Virtue
by William Dunbar (c. 1460-1530)
loose translation/modernization/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

after William Dunbar

Sweet rose of virtue and of gentleness,
delightful lily of youthful wantonness,
richest in bounty and in beauty clear
and in every virtue that...

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Categories: march, character, desire, devotion, flower, for her, garden,
Form: Sonnet
World War Ii Poems and Holocaust Poems - Iv - Primo Levi
World War II Poems and Holocaust Poems - IV - Primo Levi

Shema
by Primo Levi
translation by Michael R. Burch

You who live secure
in your comfortable houses, 
who return each evening to find
warm food, 
welcoming faces...

consider whether this...

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Categories: march, evil, holocaust, race, racism, war, world, world
Form: Free verse