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Premium Member Yvonne's Swan Song
Yvonne was very, very, very happy.
She loved her mother.
She loved her brother Phillip.
And she loved swans.
Oh, did she ever love swans!

She loved the way they looked
With their smooth, fluffy feathers,
And colorful beaks of orange, yellow...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, anti bullying, bullying, children, courage, mother daughter,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Follow me, Translation of Pierre Emmanuel's Suis-moi by T Wignesan
Follow me, Translation of Piere Emmanuel’s Suis-moi by T. Wignesan

Everything begins on a morning like just another but 
        which becomes its own following day.
The next day of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, allegory,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Hide the Details

Everybody got a Hollywood life story
to tell
More meat on the bone
give juicier bites 
to sell
Nobody ever turns in a tarnished silver screenplay
Those warts and mistakes
get Photoshop casting couch edited away
Baby Jane rude attitude don’t make...

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Categories: phillip, allegory, fun, metaphor, word play,
Form: Vogon
This Poem Wants 2 B A Revolutionary
This poem wants to make a change . . .

To be a strong yet silent raised fist in Mexico, 1968.

To stand at a window w/a shotgun writing the words
“By any means necessary”

To sit in at...

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Categories: phillip, analogy, discrimination, inspiration, political, race, social,
Form: Free verse
To My Love Part 6 TBC
The hypnotic sleep-walk will diagnose this flaccid imp in me
All the recantations will die there where selfishness butchers the prophetic shields
As If I were to go through the film of yesteryears...
The sandy beach anchored in...

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Categories: phillip, life,
Form: Free verse

' Which Is Allegorical and Which Is Real (Radical) ? ... '
The Bible Itself, Explains Itself   (2 Pet. 1: 20)
Explains It Better, Than Anyone Else
Once, It’s Taken Off The Shelf
& Explore Complete Message Left

The Bible Tells, Which Words Are Allegorical    ...

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Categories: phillip, devotion, faith, family, history, hope, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Light Verse
Curve Balls
When I was ten I went to England 
with my mother and younger sister.  
It was the Queen's Silver Jubilee. For Monarchists, 
you’ll know what a lot of fanfare goes on.  
There were...

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© Soulfire  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, lifefather, sister, cry, father, mother, sister,
Form: Narrative
No house built on a bridge, Part one

At a mosque at Fatahpur, India, --- what was the capital city of the
Mughal Empire, --- Akbar (r. 1556 - 1505), the third emperor of the Empire, had constructed the largest gateway in India. ...

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Categories: phillip, philosophy, religion,
Form: Prose Poetry
No house built on a bridge, Part two

"Those who have gone astray, whom [the Holy Spirit] itself begets, usually go
astray also because of the Spirit.  Thus, by this one and the same breath, the
fire blazes and is put out."

--- From the...

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Categories: phillip, philosophy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Curve Balls --re-posted in paragraph form
When I was ten I went to England with my mother and younger sister.  It was the Queen’s Silver Jubilee. For 
Monarchists, you’ll know what a lot of fanfare goes on.  There were...

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© Soulfire  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, lifesister, cry, mother, sister, mum,
Form: Narrative
College Bill
I grew up with Phillip Jones who was our doctor’s son.
We built huts amongst the ti-tree and fired the odd slug gun.
We went through school together and we hung out up the street;
played footy and...

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Categories: phillip, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The God Machine
I really have outdone myself this time!
My ‘God Machine’ is finally in place!
I’ll never have to fret about a rhyme,
Or stop for a red light that changed from green 
As if it sought to put...

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Categories: phillip, god, humor, judgement, planet,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Old Ball Game
When I was a child,
summer at my Aunt Joanne’s
meant staying out as late as it took the sun to set!
And mostly with my cousin Chris,
I threw a baseball back and forth
with exhilaration each time I...

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Categories: phillip, baseball,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Hot Southern Nights

During the time before television came to our home,                          ...

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Categories: phillip, america, baseball, father, games, sports,
Form: Prose Poetry
I’ve not written to you for many years
Santa, I’m quite different from my peers
Not fancy or frilly like girly girls
And I don’t hanker for diamonds and pearls
Today I got the most terrible news
My muse abandoned...

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Categories: phillip, anxiety, christmas, humorous, muse, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Dear Santa
Dear Santa, will you make my dream come true?
Although a little costly it may be,
I still believe there’s nothing you can’t do.
So could you please provide a cruise for me?
I’m not too picky. Any cruise...

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Categories: phillip, christmas, dream,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member From My Lips To Santa's Ears

'Twas the night before Christmas, and ...


Reclining my hammock, very still
(Far too lax to persuade its swing)
I contemplate my Mai Tai's chill
And what I'll plead dear Santa bring ...

Hmmm ...

My hut, provisioned with all...

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Categories: phillip, christmas, humor, humorous, light,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Women Aren't Supposed to Have Beards Like You Santa

There are so many things that I desire,
oh, please Santa, give me what I fancy-
I’m a woman with needs, so much required,
now here’s my list, I’m getting too antsy!

Laser hair removal system for one,
you know...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, christmas, humorous, silly,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member From My Lips to Santa's Ears
Santa, I have an important request.
Please don't embarrass me with ho ho hos.
If you'd looked at my face you might have guessed.
I'm serious about fixing my nose.

I can sense you are stifling your laughter.
Your bowl...

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Categories: phillip, christmas, holiday, humor, humorous, poetry, seasons, silly,
Form: Sonnet
From my lips to Santas ears

There's something I'd like Santa, may I ask,
I don't want lots of presents, just this one,
delivery won't be an easy task
so do the rest, leave mine till later on.
As long as you can drop her...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: phillip, christmas, humor,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Tribute to Poetry Soupers
There's Danny with his love light burning,
Then Victor with his soulful yearning. 
Jan makes us laugh with wit and delight,
Armand serenades us all through the night.
Andrea writes well in every form, 
And CayCay follows above...

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Categories: phillip, poets, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Attack of The Translucent Blue Balls
What are these translucent blue balls doing in my dungeon-lobby?
I shall chase them away with my fire-spouting stick!
I'll even use my hand to summon fire,
Though it gives me migraines to do so,
But there are just...

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Categories: phillip, fantasyblue, blue, me,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member My Most Embarrassing Moment
I scorn thee, Puberty!  Damn thee as well,
Thou abominable herder of shame,
Will thou findeth glee by my told sarspell?
I beseech thee of ineffable name,
Rendereth thineself as quiet slain game,
For thine cruel ends be reached,...

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Categories: phillip, angst, , 6th grade,
Form: Rhyme royal
Most Random Poem Ever
Hopefully, This will be the most random thing you’ve ever heard
Harder to comprehend - than a left-handed pen
Badly Beating Michael Jackson at badminton

Uh oh, it happened again
I used the front door while playing backgammon
And now...

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Categories: phillip, beautiful, happiness, passion, poetry, silly, smile,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Different Strokes for Different Folks / Martha's Vineyard 2009
The fake isolation of the island insinuated the fostering of remnants;
remnants of religious fervor, close knit seafaring families, and rugged farmers;
remnants of power past and present.

A fog shrouded canvass awaits the onslaught of August revelry.

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Categories: phillip, education, holiday, introspection, people, political
Form: Narrative