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Premium Member Bharathidasan's Pulikku nAy enta mUlai, Translated by T Wignesan
Bharathidasan’s “Pulikku nay enta muulai” (To the Tiger, the Dog knows no safe dwelling!) translated by T. Wignesan 

Bharathidasan (1891-1964) was a self-proclaimed disciple of the eminent Brahmin poet: Cuppiramania Bharathiyar (cf. two poems of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: naval, anti bullying, patriotic, political, racism, , literature,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member The Alaskan Pipeline
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to east 
Northern Alaskan mountain chain.
An area 40 miles wide by...

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Categories: naval, education, environment, history, technology, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Spineless In The Running
Was this a bold  endeavour or worst-case high risk plot?
 In one sense I was caught between two poles apart  concerns.
One must never underestimate indeed trivialise a devilish 
difficult decision.
A decision that may...

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Categories: naval, age, august, beautiful, care, city, creation, fate,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Bunker Hill I
  Tenacity for cause stands undeterred
by occupation holding it in chains,
for British harbored troops had duly stirred
the populous conceding to disdain.
Dissention roared to smite the King’s demand
for boarded soldiers fielded by the throne,
his writs...

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Categories: naval, america,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
The Moon Also Rises - The Midwatch
The Moon Also Rises
The Midwatch

Harry Mayer


The X.O.’s in the shower
and the Captain’s in his bed.
The Chiefs’ are playin’ poker
as we’re steamin’ to the Med.

“I’ll take that bet and raise you”
is what the Bo’sun says
from the...

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Categories: naval, humor, military, sea,
Form: ABC



Premium Member When I Was Born in '45
When I Was Born in '45
By Franklin Price
08/08/202

When I was born in '45, was another time and place
Merritt Island, I called home, we had not gone to space
Segregation was the way, we lived back in...

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Categories: naval, america, discrimination,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Monoku Monday - Aug 2021
"Bits and Pieces III"      Posted 1 Aug 2021
Pun Ishment
	bread is like the sun      it rises in the yeast and it sets in the waist

English Class
	epitome...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: naval, humor,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member The Loss Of The Lifeboat, The 'Solomon Browne'



In the year ninteen eighty one on the nineteenth day of December
A day the town of Mousehole in Cornwall, will always remember
An R.N.L.I. Watson class wooden lifeboat, the 'Solomon Browne'
Launched from Penlee lifeboat station in...

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Categories: naval, boat, death, people, rain, sad, sea, storm,
Form: Narrative
Men, Do not give up your dreams for these girls, keep sleeping
Men, do not give up your dreams for these girls, keep sleeping. 


My cousin had read this phrase to me in August, when my wife left me for a harvard graduate that moved in our...

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Categories: naval, desire, feelings, future, good morning, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A True American Hero for the Ages
A True American Hero for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate to take a moment to
reflect on the life and public service of the late U.S. senator,
retired U.S. naval officer and aviator, and...

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Categories: naval, america, celebration, character, inspiration, patriotic, political, tribute,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Alaska, The Last Frontier
Alaska; the wilderness state, the last frontier:
Where majestic mountains, 
Deliver streams into flowing rivers: 
Down slopes covered in forests 
Of Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock
That dominates the landscape.
The name Alaska originates 
From the Aleut word...

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Categories: naval, celebration, culture, education, history, symbolism, tribute, usa,
Form: Verse
Premium Member MV Wilhem Gustloff
MV WILHELM GUSTLOFF

This was the worst ship disaster, with the greatest loss of life at sea
A German ship that was overloaded, with over 10.600, war refugees

Sank on the 30 January 1945 by a Soviet submarine...

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Categories: naval, boat, death, horror, world war ii, write,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Adventures of Captain Morgan
Well, it all started when
Jim Beam bet Jack Daniels
that Captain Morgan
couldn't go out
and get himself
some Wild Turkey.
Old Fashioned, like Old Granddad,
Captain Morgan like some of you,
really enjoys his Southern Comfort.
But mostly in the form of...

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Categories: naval, drink, fantasy, friendship, humor, irony, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
The Limerick, Pennsylvania Nuclear power plant siren wailed
The Limerick, Pennsylvania Nuclear power plant siren wailed

yesterday at 1400 hours December the fourth
and probably broadcast further
east, west, south and north.

That shrill ear-piercing
emitted sound quite painful
despite measurable diminution
regarding my audiological ability,
which loss of hearing
linkedin to...

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Categories: naval, 11th grade, 12th grade, anxiety, community, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Into A Dark Raging Storm, Tempest And Hail
Into A Dark Raging Storm, Tempest And Hail


Into a dark raging storm, tempest and hail
alas, sadly all was to be to no avail.
Twelve pounders broke loose crashing about
some over the wind praying in a shout.

Prisoners...

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Categories: naval, conflict, history, prayer, sea, storm, violence, war,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - XXXIX, Part One
Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill – XXXIX, Part One

Born in 1868, Alexei Maximovich PESHKOV, better known as MAXIM GORKY and hailed as the chief proponent of Soviet literature, the veritable champion of the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: naval, anti bullying, courage, dedication, grandmother, inspirational, tribute,
Form: Lay
Lady Liberty Speaks
Art History

I stand erect with outstretched hand Representing liberty, for many, a foreign land My fire dances an incessant jubilant glow
I represent hope for the oppressed to sow

 Pungent salts mixed with glassy sands
 ...

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Categories: naval, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Then I Cried and Cried Horn Haiku
Then I Cried and Cried Horn Haiku

Before never cried;
Until one day my dad died
And I cried and cried.

My dad was killed on the Aircraft Carrier Intrepid.
It is in New York Harbor with my dad's name...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: naval, bereavement, sad, , memorial,
Form: I do not know?
The Shipping Forecast
In homage to the waters around the UK and all those who sail them...


Late at night and early dawn
Like clockwork - every day are heard
Those dulcet tones “set fair” to warn
With poetic, most prophetic words
What...

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Categories: naval, high school, jealousy, nature, ocean, sea, travel,
Form: I do not know?
Unofficial War Games in Venezuela part one
According to Erick Stackelbetch, The Watch Man on the Wall:

Venezuela will hosting "unofficial war games in Venezuela on August 12, 2022
All of South America  and central America either already is, or is becoming Marxist
As...

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Categories: naval, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Narrative
LadyANTHEM
Ladies let me talk to you for a while, Why you letting him control your life and take away your smile? Truth be told, God has a plan for your life. 
You are not somebodies...

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Categories: naval, uplifting, may,
Form: ABC
The Gathering Storms against America part two
Part one was: "Unofficial War Games in Venezuela" And Part two is: "Gathering Storms against  America," both quotations come from Erick Stakelbeck, The Watch Man on the Wall.

Under President Theodore Roosevelt, the United States...

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Categories: naval, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Narrative
Indianapolis
The date is twenty six July,nineteen hundred forty five
soon, only three hundred seventeen would be alive
Eleven hundred ninety six of you assigned 
eight hundred seventy nine lives denied,

Two torpedoes, that found their mark
at twelve fourteen...

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Categories: naval, dedication, war, men, men,
Form: Epitaph
Redemption lost and silenced thanks to Trump 1
Yukon just coon sitter me a copacetic, energetic, ironic language lover (English is ma lingua franca late mother tongue), who waxes poetic, but tall so one babbling, creaking, and dabbling dis arming marine naval (gazing)...

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Categories: naval, 12th grade, age, america, conflict, corruption, grave,
Form: Free verse
The missus unflagging crocheting efforts as Betsy Ross incarnate
The missus unflagging crocheting efforts as Betsy Ross incarnate

With needle in hand incorporating love
in every single crochet stitch
that's my wife
tad more'n a quarter century ago
then newlywed to yours truly
slowly, magically but inexorably
transforming skein of yarn
into...

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Categories: naval, adventure, age, america, appreciation, celebrity, character, history,
Form: Free verse