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Premium Member The Fallen

“The Fallen”

he sees himself 
in the reflection of cold close 
yet distant shop windows, 
his final journey along the 
Hard Time Road
walking alone, 
unforgiven, no home
for the rest of his natural life 
a million knives...

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Categories: onion, family, freedom, friendship, god, i am, jesus,
Form: Free verse

Free Verse I
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 lozenge of sugar.

When I held you in...

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Categories: onion, forgiveness, heart, humanity, life, love, relationship, together,
Form: Free verse
Where to Wander
Feel more than free to take a quick tour into my mind's eye
Then, you'll find that you're on my mind and I don't know why 

Dare to wonder Where to wander
Dare to wonder What I...

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Categories: onion, deep, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Megan's Quest Part 3of7
'A magical lock?' Groaned Graygall in a voice of defeat.
    'We are doomed before even we are set to advance.
To defeat Trolls would be an almost impossible feat

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Categories: onion, adventure, courage, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Human Being With A Soul
We are human being with a soul
We were taken from the North and South Pole
And left in a basket at the flagpole
If all the relics in history were unfold
You would discover that the real threshold

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Categories: onion, body, bullying, change, community, conflict, faith, humanity,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Heave Ho and Yo Ho Ho
An Old Folks home called Shady Lane 
    where life was at an end.
Where a hundred captives bide their time 
    till Death its message sends.
They built a country......

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Categories: onion, adventure, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Angel's Hope
The past scampers out of view. 
Like the paw prints of a cat running to the bush.
The wheel of time follows no straight line.
As we sometimes trace back over the lines.
In the recesses of our...

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Categories: onion, abuse, addiction, hope,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LIII - Tongue Teasers

Whether the glass is « half full » or « half empty », what counts is WHO « drank" the "other half », the « better half » ? Lucky...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onion, animal, girl, humor, irony, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Food for thought Over what has been lost
Food for thought !
Over what has been lost.

Days of long ago - filled with much flavour,
Foods exotic – for the discerning palate to savour.

There was Beef Wellington to enjoy.
Delicious, Lobster Thermador – Oh Boy !


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Categories: onion, food,
Form: Rhyme
The Chinese store has everything 
so be observant when you walk in. 
The Chinese store has everything, 
Matchbox, paper bag and red watch
The Chinese store has everything
Wall clock old keys and old lock
The Chinese store...

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Categories: onion, anxiety, business, community, culture, emotions, people, technology,
Form: Narrative
Nervana - In a Flick of an Instant
( has a sexual theme to it. You have been warned, innocent readers! Expect the unexpected in this one)

You have the nerve
To give me nervana like I deserve
Nothing's wrong with me
Maintain my lustful heart patiently...

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Categories: onion, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When Nursery Rhymes Attack - Volume 2
Bird Brains

Mr Fox wore padded socks to creep up on some chickens
The chickens had CCTV and weren't such easy pickings
He snuck up to the coop and took a peek in through the hatch
The cockerel slammed...

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Categories: onion, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All That 'I AM' - Revisited
All That ‘I AM’ - Revisited

Let all that ‘I AM,’ yes, my pulp, seed, and cover,
from dreams long misplaced to the fears, I’m resisting
(though friends think them offal). My eye’s tears from mote
(that makes sparks...

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Categories: onion, art, bible, faith, love, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Papyrus, Lapis Lazuli and the Valley of the Kings - Part 1
"Papyrus, Lapis Lazuli and the Valley of the Kings - Part 1"
“Tell me about the Valley of the Kings”, her lips moved speaking 
to someone, 
sitting somewhere 
on the other side of the Glass...

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Categories: onion, adventure, dream, mythology, romance, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 50 Words for Poe: Foxglove
"50 Words for Poe: Foxglove"

What goes through the mind 
of Winter, when you are Autumn
just past Spring
Sometimes you’d squeeze IT
in the hot spaces left-of-centre
with the remnants of the

She liked to keep it real.

She’d escaped
and had...

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Categories: onion, dark, gothic, murder, muse, mystery, poets, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Eleven PM Part One
Do you know what happened 
At 11 p.m Tuesday night
I guess you must have it
However much I protest-
But do you know

Of course you don’t:
The victory of ignorance
Come on! I will enlighten you

I took the bi-valve

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Categories: onion, fun,
Form: Free verse
Silence On Market Street
Everything is still, 
Everything is virtually quiet on market street 
I walked slowly down the street
listening to a silent song singing from a distance land
Then suddenly a  strange stench oozing from the Chinese wholesale

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Categories: onion, business, city, community, confidence, emotions, endurance, leaving,
Form: Narrative
Although After Whereas
Although I sit on a long brass plank
             of          scarlet    ...

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Categories: onion, angst, anxiety, god,
Form: Free verse
Always cold in the morning, this kitchen is warmed now
With a roaring fire and my wife working beside me making just desserts
We stand here two hours this afternoon doing one of our projects
Cooking soup and...

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Categories: onion, allegory, childhood, loss, social, me, lost, music,
Form: Free verse
First Day Of Lockdown
First day of lockdown 
I was enjoying everything 
Had a healthy breakfast after that 
Watched tv ,played on line chess 
Had a good nap to complete relax.
About 11 o clock i left the bed
Put on...

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Categories: onion, anxiety, family, friend, funny, natural disasters, social,
Form: Free verse
The Onions
For I consider that the sufferings of this present time
are not worthy to be compared with the glory which
shall be revealed in us. - Romans 8:18
I was an onion before Christ set me free.

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Categories: onion, bible,
Form: Pastoral
Rain upon Shadow Desert
The wind blows through the ocean between waves and the sky
Through the islands where dragon of Komodo lives it will fly
Wild tiger the soul of India it will pass by
While arctic wind with it is...

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Categories: onion, adventure, fantasy, journey, , western,
Form: Rhyme
come on with dah grub
1/4 cup of chopped shrimp
1/4 chopped crab meat
3 cups of chick peas
1/4 green onions chopped
2 teaspoons of cayenne pepper
2 teaspoons of chopped thyme
2 teaspoons of salt
1 Tablespoon of dehydrated garlic
1 egg yolk

mix well and form...

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Categories: onion, creation, food,
Form: Ballad
responsibilities of citizenry
responsibilities of “citizenry”

blanket statements are always 
made, be they flippant or 
completely genuine & until the
AI”s get their bugs worked out
(upon a time far in the non-
nuclear-war future), no doubt 
this error in us humans...

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Categories: onion, life, cancer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Eat aPeach
To Eat A Peach

Spring is here.
The delicate tree blossoms replace
     the delicate white lights of Winter.
From the petals fruit will grow.

Pears, plums, apricots, cherries,


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Categories: onion, anniversary, body, change, courage, desire, fruit, inspiration,
Form: Bio