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Long Misjudgment Poems

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Premium Member Jesus Told Me
Jesus taught and lived
Those who follow the Way
Truth
Life, rather than punishing death,
would be known
by our love,
especially for our enemies.

He did not say, or live,
Those who punish themselves and others with death threats
and war planning
and technology...

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Categories: misjudgment, community, culture, health, history, integrity, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse



Lies, Liars and Love
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© Steve Zak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: misjudgment, hurt, i love you, lost love, love,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member STROKIN' - PART THREE AND PART FOUR
STROKIN’: PART THREE
THE FULLBACK

He was twenty-eight yards and
thirty-two seconds from the end of a career
He had broken several bones, had a permanent
limp, knew the burden of performance to be an
unforgiving weight like the heavy black...

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Categories: misjudgment, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mustard Seed Paradise
Fundamentalists
Evangelists
Jihadists
HolyWar and Final Judgment and RoughLove Advocates
against infidels and other, more domesticated, sinners:

Put down your Bibles and Korans,
written to grow love 
and not weapons for bleary-eyed bullies.

You spend too much time reading and thinking
and arguing
to...

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Categories: misjudgment, celebration, faith, history, humor, integrity, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Betrayal
once you take that first step down the path
the decision has been set upon and you cannot go back

now it is up to trust, that invisible demon or angel in waiting 
right or wrong the...

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Categories: misjudgment, betrayal,
Form: Free verse



The tightrope
The barbed tightrope sways menacingly
The imperceptible border separating
A chaotic world from
Inevitable peaceful sleep

She runs without trepidation
Bloodied, stained and scarred bare feet
Immune to the flesh eating jagged edges
Slivers of her soul left at every piercing blade

Leaps...

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Categories: misjudgment, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member OVERCOMING TORTURE OF FRUSTRATION
I loathe the grief of frustration torture
Especially when my care-giving work is jeopardized
Caused by misjudgment of no regard to rendered sacrifices
Bringing to naught my volunteerism-spirit
Prodded with love’s motive, optimized graciously.

When gripped by the torments of...

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Categories: misjudgment, character, courage, endurance, faith, spiritual, trust,
Form: Free verse
Finding reasons to live through it
Flickers of flames
Licking embers
Slowly but surely
Do you see that?
Fire is catching
Fire is catching
Fire is catching
Every single
Pair of eyes
Glued on the screen
Following the recent reports
People kissing and raising their
Three middle fingers of their
Left hand
One by one
It’s...

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Categories: misjudgment, day, fire, hope, life, sorrow, war, world,
Form: Free verse
A Youthful Girl In Cold War Part I
Deficient air I breathe in my lungs
In this world now I live, daddy's are careless
The children feeling helpless
Mother's have to play two characters
All I can see is the tears
That flow down their cheeks
Why am I...

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Categories: misjudgment, confusion, education, life, mystery, on writing and
Form: Dramatic Verse
circle of life
The biggest coward of a man is to awaken
the love of a woman without the intention of loving her
as to love is to honour and cherish her soul

is a man a coward who deceives a...

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Categories: misjudgment, betrayal, change, conflict,
Form: I do not know?
SAID THE PANDEMIC aren't you afraid yet
SAID THE PANDEMIC   aren't you afraid yet

I've been around a long time.
They call me SARS, MERS and now COVID-19. 
Take precautions, 
be clean and careful
for I descend like an Omen. 
Sneezing, 
coughing, 
bone...

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© Al Juman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: misjudgment, anxiety, death, depression, fear, innocence, perspective, prayer,
Form: Free verse
A loving aversion
How do you compare to others
are you grateful for what you tend
is your life not what you imagined
is anger a childhood friend

Why tap the keys with bitterness
does illusion light your stage
what’s reflected in your mirror
how...

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Categories: misjudgment, anger, emotions, judgement, lost, perspective, sorrow,
Form: Quatrain
untitled
The seed implants in my head
Leabing the wound of a school marked by the hand
Once again it's caused misjudgment of me
Conservation is lost
So hold on...the ride is far too rough
Scream so they hear you again
Beneath...

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Categories: misjudgment, teen,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Poisoned Pen, Poem 10
"Power corrupts the irrational alone."                              ...

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Categories: misjudgment, truth,
Form: Couplet