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Premium Member Mad Molly Shaw
This is the story of mad Molly Shaw
She might be mad now but she wasn’t before
she came home to find her man dead on the floor
She lay down her bible and let out a roar...

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Categories: molly, western,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Witch at Inverness
Please take this time to steer your thoughts
To a wretched land of lochs and glens.
Where a village was tasked and the people fraught
At the woe and sadness life could send.

With the Dragons gone and the...

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Categories: molly, adventure, children, magic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thirty-Two
  from island corner, big Antrim lad
  to Belfast city, a tiny pad
  shattered windows, tilted clocks
  Goliath had lost his socks
  gargantuan giant going mad

  Armagh apple girl,...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, ireland, nonsense,
Form: Verse
The Outlander
I am an Outlander
Who lives on a high hill
Overlooking a man-made lake
That once was a rapidly rushing river
Along whose banks the Ozarks Bluff Dwellers and the Osage and then Delaware
Hunted, fished, and created shelter
For their...

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Categories: molly, change, childhood, community, history, home, journey, remember,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member The Reptilian Anthropocene

"The Reptilian Anthropocene"

The Reptilians
war daily 
enrobed in their
stiff distinction suits
rainbow coloured badges 
pinned to their lapels
they beat their breasts 
and oily palms
profiting from all 
the soft-boiled 
foxes on the run
cerebral cortex bound
thinking they are free-willed

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Categories: molly, horror, humanity, war,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Heavens's Poker Game
In the beginning after God had finished creating this land.    
Satan boldly challenged the heavens for the absolute control of man.
Gods’ architectural blueprint stretched for ages across the sky 
He watered the...

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Categories: molly, bible, christian, conflict, emotions, encouraging, god, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup
THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup

"It is sweet and fitting/glorious to lay your life down for your country » - from a poem by HORACE

(See my story selected to represent France in the 2006...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, football, games, humor, sports, stress, woman, women,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Perfumed Letter
My darling sweet sweet  love Pete
its been over three long months seems like eternity now since you departed and my world stopped
And my sun became cold
I miss you more with each breath and...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, absence, love, romance, romantic,
Form: Romanticism
Mother dearest Harriet Harris, nee Kuritsky gave up the ghost May 4th 2004
Mother dearest Harriet Harris, née Kuritsky gave up the ghost ~ May 4th, 2004

Often these days
(early May 2021)
the following genuine sentiment
Matthew Scott Harris
doth wish to share one son,
cuz seventeen years after mother succumbed
courtesy of terminal...

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Categories: molly, absence, anniversary, bereavement, cancer, death, eulogy, farewell,
Form: Free verse
Going for a drive then
Going for a drive then? What now? Yes.

Conglomeration of Mr and Mrs Mooses were sitting near the central reservation on the dual carriage way. They had ordered some fruit, wine, beer, and some milky cream...

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Categories: molly, age,
Form: I do not know?
Ballad of Molly Jones
David Jones, the best rat catcher Shropshire has ever had
must take some criticism for young Molly turning bad.
Even though his daughter found rich co-incidentals,
no credit could be taken by rat catching Dad's credentials.

At nineteen she's...

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Categories: molly, history,
Form: Lyric
New Shoes For Mike And Molly
Millie Mable Millipede was worried by the news.
Mike and Molly Millipede would soon need winter shoes.
Their itsy, bitsy, tiny feet, until now free and bare,
Were leaving cold and frosty foot prints almost everywhere.

Winter soon would...

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Categories: molly, children, giggle, humor, mother, nature, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Ode to Animal Farm
Hope to get back here soon, but I have been consumed with the care of my son who has cancer... this is an older write of mine done when my grandson asked if I had...

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Categories: molly, allegory, animal, betrayal, change, conflict, society, symbolism,
Form: Quatrain
The Lemon Type Garden

The Players. (in order of appearance) 

Freddie Fastfoot (The Rabbit)
Felicity Flutterby. (The Butterfly)
Joshua Jumpahop (The Grasshopper)
Chloe Crafteneye (The Fox)
Benjamin Buzzenbee (The Bumble Bee)
Oscar Oakenut (The Squirrel) 
Molly Maggenprop (The Magpie)
Christopher Croakalot (The...

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© Rick Still  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, fantasy, myth, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Tommy And Mollie Conners Story
Jolly Polly Sue Conner was her name, and she came
from the grand old town found just outside of Harvest Oak,               ...

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Categories: molly, family,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member HOME
A deep blue darkness blankets the evening 
Drawing me toward sleep, away from today
Peace is there where I am able to stop.

This is Home.
The word itself, seems to construe a sound
The very which evokes strong...

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Categories: molly, absence, blue, dog, home, introspection, meaningful, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
The Girl I Used To Know
You criticized me to the end of my 
existence. I completely lost myself, simply 
sitting made me anxious.
I was always waiting for you to call my 
name and point out another mistake. Self 
worth. What...

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Categories: molly, abuse, addiction, anger, angst, change, dark, emotions,
Form: ABC
Enemy Anonymous

On Tue, Sep 25, 2018, 11:54 AM M Mc  wrote:

So many forms, so many names 
Im Tina, Dope
No ing joke!
Let's start with Mary Jane.
First some weed, "it's not a need"
Now were escalatin'

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© Matt McQ  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, abuse, addiction, drink, drug,
Form: Free verse
Raconteur Prevaricator De Jure
This chap iz a life
long student – groan fizzy
(from being protean entity
at least sustained along minimally
cerebral Mohorovicic continuity mortality
reincarnating one carbon peculiarity
enigmatic existence eternally

into maternity of wives eternity)
at The University
of Adversity, accruing excessive 
Kirkovian priceline...

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Categories: molly, 9th grade, education, encouraging, freedom, life, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Enemy Anonymous


So many forms, so many names 
Im Tina, Mary Jane

What's my Name?
I steal all Hope 
Your soul I Claime.
Let's take a walk now
Through the flame.
The Booze you poured down the drain...

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Categories: molly, addiction, dark, drug, evil, identity, jealousy, mental
Form: Free verse
Enemy Anonymous

So many forms, so many names 
Im Tina, Mary Jane

What's my Name?
I steal all Hope 
Your soul I Claime.
Let's take a walk now
Through the flame.
The Booze you poured down the drain 

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Categories: molly, addiction, anger, betrayal, confidence, courage, death,
Form: Free verse
Increase In Head Size
noah wide dee ya when,
where, why or how then
thine ark of in sight fullness, pen
(viz uber taurus), men
sans quirky physiological ken
focus a ford did afore hen
chosen poetic themed word den.

this tire less un escort head

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Categories: molly, 10th grade, 12th grade, growth, humanity, i
Form: Free verse
John Stark's Glory, Part I
Back in seventeen seventy-seven,
British general John Burgoyne faced hard times,
despite winning at Hubbardton, and Fort Anne,
supplies were getting very hard to find.

When word came that General Howe wouldn’t be
marching up the Hudson to meet his...

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Categories: molly, america, conflict, freedom, hero, history, patriotic, war,
Form: Epic
Have you ever been in a musical show?
I have done some, so this is how I know.
They first hooked me when I was in high school,
but stage fright made me feel the fool.

So, I began...

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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: molly, funny, high school, humorous, music, remember,
Form: Rhyme
I took a rich man’s wallet
So that we would not starve
I’m sure the lord has forgiven me
But the judge he surely did not.
He spared me from the gallows
But sent me across the sea
Away from family...

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Categories: molly, bereavement, lost love, prison, violence, voyage,
Form: Narrative