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Premium Member A Poem For My History Teacher
I wanted to write
 The best slavery poem   ever written—
Perhaps win a Pulitzer or Faulkner. 

I had every intention of conforming 
To the standards 
Of modern verse and composition, 
Lyrics fluidly written, 

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Categories: onomatopoeia, assonance, forgiveness, history, holocaust, humanity, memorial, slavery,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Theatrum Mundi
Theatrum Mundi

Theatrum Mundi, derived from the Latin as: “Theater of the World,” was famously incorporated by William Shakespeare for his well-known metaphorical world-view often referred to under the rubric of “All the World’s a Stage,”...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, education, imagination, poems, poetry, poets, symbolism, writing,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member July Matinee
Tuck into the public
private seclusion.

My aversion to inclusion
includes a stub, a tub,
a carelessly careful curation,
a velvet rope, a hint of hope,
a folding chair, softened and stickied 
by foam and frothing soda spills.

A not soundless though...

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Categories: love, onomatopoeia,
Form: Free verse
Caught'Em In the Rye
Could I entertain your intellectual osseous matter                            ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onomatopoeia, allegoryhumorous, words, funny,
Form: Free verse
Lessons From Nature
Upon His soul leaving the body it once rested in,
a storm of atramentous clouds formed over the mountain top
that we once stood upon like kings.
Loss caused the quaking thunder
to shake the foundation of my heart,

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Categories: onomatopoeia, absence, death, father, god, life, nature, tribute,
Form: Romanticism

Poetry Message
A poetry
is a collection
of words that expresses
author's emotion or idea
sometimes with as specific rhythm or rhyme

Poet uses a figure of speech
that makes a comparison
between two things
that are basically different
but something in common

The metaphor does not...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, feelings, heart, poems, poetry, poets, pride, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fire and Wind-D
It was a dream about a FIRE; or was it a WARNING about a business
Proposition?  This fire was started in our home in our heater. Nothing        ...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, business, dream, emotions,
Form: Verse
Smells Funny
The odor I get The more pungent I get,                          ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funny, humorous, hyperbole, irony, onomatopoeia, satire, word
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Returning To the Astral Nest
1.	The story started in sunshine on the sea shore
2.	in reminiscent ambience like the French Riviera
3.	where the colors of sunset were painting horizon.
4.	When twilight merged with descending darkness of dusk
5.	I saw your flashing figure, a fleeting...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, analogy, love, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hear and Now
The name of this poem is "…" So the first line is shown.
The system would not let me put that in the title box. Sew, so...


Hear and now, know here and now, no! No!
It is...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onomatopoeia, america, christmas, emotions, god, happy, humorous, i
Form: Free verse
Two Chimps and a Jeep
What is that roaring, throwing dust                             ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allusion, animal, car, humorous, language, onomatopoeia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love's Requisition
I come to your bedside once more,
you've poured our photos and poetry on the floor
an act of apostasy, a grim admission, the room in dim depression,
laying on your side , cheeks heated and soaked in...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, i miss you, love, universe,
Form: Epic
Walking Seven Steps Together
(Walking Seven Steps)

Catching the last shot of the sunset sky
Even more rustier than before
Delayed my departure.
I asked my friends to go ahead 
And I would catch up with them, but
The perfect shot took longer than...

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Categories: autumn, dark, friendship, moon, onomatopoeia, senses, sound,
Form: Narrative
Beatnik Snaps
Beatnik Snaps

(poet sits on a stool in the café and begins)
I could onomatopoeia all day daddio
With cool sounds in the iambic pandemics sphere out there.
“Far out man…far out…...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, age, culture, drink, life, philosophy, poets,
Form: Prose Poetry
It Just Didn'T Click
Clique claque went the railroad trains                             ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allusion, humorous, onomatopoeia, poetry, satire, writing,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Whistling Hamlet
A whistling wheezing hamlet, whispering and emanating, tunes euphonic, 
In a remote isolated valley, far-flung from the abode of the temporal, 
Warbling quietly to whistle scads of  tranquil cryptic songs;
Lying  spasmodic, a sparsely...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, community, earth, education, encouraging, environment, eulogy, green,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Hear the Blowing Wind
The old rusty gate CREAKS open,
                        I hear the blowing wind WHOOSH...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, childhood, house, loss, memory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Drizzle of Rain
rain WHISPERS dreams … 
              a dawn full of expectations, joys, blessings 

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Categories: onomatopoeia, bird, love, rain,
Form: Free verse
Troll Song
We are the tintinnabulating trolls
To the rock rock bottom of our nonexistent souls.
Madder than the maddest hatter,
Hear us bellow, bray, and bleat;
And we prattle pitter-patter
In our jabberwocky chatter
To a bumbulating beat.
See us zim zam zoom

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Categories: onomatopoeia, dark, evil, father daughter, humor, hyperbole, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Daily Poetry #71, April 9, 2017
Word: Onomatopoeia

With one whiff, I smell that it's undesirable,
And with a taste, it's completely rotten. 
Cla-clang, cla-clang, the bell rings out again,
And I something I had said is forgotten.

Crack! Snap!...

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Categories: abuse, onomatopoeia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wordingtane
Beyond the trembly weald to glassy glane
beneath the wooden breath where thoughts remain
'twas a harkened land called Wordingtane.

The Wizard of Words ruled this land
in grips vernacular he had sturly hand, gimbly grand.
None in Wordingtane fair...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, dark, fantasy, onomatopoeia, riddle, tree, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beating Bleeding Heart-
  bub-blub tump-tump-tump-tump
I was bitten by my wrong choices;
Invited and enticed by my voices;
The ineptitude seemed happy portraying,  beating heart
In there stepped desperate loneliness, bleeding heartbeats
Of unfortunates that are decaying 
chess rising WAIT...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, absence, anxiety, conflict, heart, heartbroken,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Wind the Wind
The wind or the wind                              ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, jesus, life, onomatopoeia, sea, time, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Coronavirus and the Virus of Sin
When Adam and Eve the forbidden fruit did eat, the world was infected with the virus of sin,
The virus affected the mind of its hosts causing shame, fear and accusation to set in,
The man blamed...

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Categories: faith, future, gospel, heaven, inspirational, onomatopoeia, religious,
Form: Rhyme
Amidst the “pitter-patter” of diamond rain droplets,
As though tearing the soft womb of the dark sky like rockets,
Lightning “crackled”! As though electrified, thunder “rumbled”!
Will my hopes, like brim-filling drops from a pot, get tumbled?

I am...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, death, life, pain, sad, soldier,
Form: Rhyme