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Jesus With My Faith I Send This Plea
My sorrow, is overwhelming my 'entire' soul
for my jaded life, my dear "Nath" 
would be the next breath taken away
Why does God continue taking those 
who play the most critical rolls
my life will never come...

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Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, anger, bereavement, conflict, death,
Form: Musaddas

The Wayfarer and the Thirteen Kingdoms Part 1
All the stars and their kingdoms use Christ’s name in error 
Muttering to themselves “Who is this quiet torchbearer?” 
“Where did he come from; what place birthed this wise wayfarer?”
“How did this soul come here?...

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Categories: beautiful, mystery, myth, mythology, spiritual, star, stars,
Form: Musaddas
Our Future Career
Will I be a cleric or a pastor?
I think of be a priest in Catholic Church,
All allies & helpers cry
Yes, my fiancée said I dared not,
 I awe her logic of rejects me to...

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Categories: 9th grade, appreciation, best friend, bible, career,
Form: Musaddas
Wailing Idols of Wood
Under the sun and moon, flawed men linger in the cold 
Who in the mist of darkness, cut and rip apart trees eons old 
While stepping on grass and insects for wood to be sold...

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Categories: dark, horror, insect, irony, pain, perspective, prison,
Form: Musaddas
The Wayfarer and the Thirteen Kingdoms Part 2
The seventh kingdom sings that he was a drop of gold 
Who fell from the sky of golden sunlight to earth so cold 
Dragons brought that drop to their caves thousands of years old 

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, child, mother, mother son, myth,
Form: Musaddas

My Love Has Tired Me of My Life
Mahammad Fuzuli (1494-1556)

Mahammad Fuzuli, the poet-philosopher, is one of the founders of the divan genre in the history of Azerbaijani and Turkish literature. He wrote his works in three languages (Turkish, Arabic, Persian) in the...

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Categories: musaddas, art, destiny, dream, inspirational, loss, love,
Form: Ghazal
Solar Has Risen
Solar had risen from the lake’s bed to bless 
He removed the night’s veil of blindness 
Solar had risen in the far East to bless 
He brought the daytime’s peace and calmness
Solar had risen high...

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Categories: beautiful, life, light, spiritual, sun, sunshine, world,
Form: Musaddas
Ghosts of Qianku
In the large nation that nests 
The Azure Dragon that now rests 
There is a town with no pests 
Where ghosts slain by the dragon rests 
Who were angels of light sent 
Linger and worship...

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Categories: beautiful, culture, dedication, memory, obituary, religious, society,
Form: Musaddas
Forgive To Live
Refusing to forgive someone’s fault no matter the pouring rain 
Is holding a fiery coal in one hand no matter the pain 
So put your hand in the flowing Jordan river 
Let your memories flow...

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Categories: forgiveness, humanity, innocence, memory, spiritual, time, wisdom,
Form: Musaddas
The Wayfarer and the Thirteen Kingdoms Part 3
The thirteenth kingdom says that he is the word so great    
Born from the king of kings, who gave his dear son a mandate 
To enter the world the word formed as...

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Categories: christian, jesus, night, religious, tribute, truth, water,
Form: Musaddas
Premium Member Growing Tomatoes and Flowers
Elephant ears with a green glow.
Gives nature a magnificent show.
Please visit and stay down below.
One of my plants looks like a sweet bow.
Zinnias, marigolds, roses too.
Sharing their pretty. Each one brand new.

Daisies planted softly in...

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Categories: garden,
Form: Musaddas
Love Illusion
Love’s Illusion 

I will give you all my thoughts and my displeasure
and love of flowers, you will know everything 
about me and play like a string on your harp.
You will find my dog-like eyes of...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: feelings, good morning, health,
Form: Musaddas
A cemetery 

So, quiet here, yellowing grass
fallen leaf turning dark 
like the hands of a day laborer
Dignified rusty teared crosses
Names on headstones, a whisper 
of one who died in 1852
Did he die from a war...

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© Jan Hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allusion, analogy, animal, art,
Form: Musaddas