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An Uppercut I Remember
Dad hit me only once, an upper cut to the solar plexus. It nearly lifted me off my feet. I was 17 then and already fairly tall, 6’1.” He was 48 and of medium height,...

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Categories: pocket, father son,
Form: Blank verse



malkavian three
His glowing golden eyes glistened with a comprehension beyond the mortal condition

A well-toned, tall, and tanned man, who most, not all, would call handsome

A brightly bleached stalactite overbite gleaned between the mean features of an...

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© Nathan D.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pocket, dark, psychological,
Form: Bio
Before The Day Ends
I saw a girl at the museum. I had to take her number
It was like my heart woke up from a long slumber

She was admiring a Picasso painting.
 I knew nothing about art so I...

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Categories: pocket, longing, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Adieu - Part 1
Do you remember?
We lay in the moonlight, exhausted and content,
Moments from perfection, skin glistening with moisture,
Salty and sweet from love - love so amazing
That it stunned us every time ...
Always better than before, and always...

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Categories: pocket, heartbreak, love, passion, romantic, sad love, true
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Of Winks and Wings - Part 2
     "Oh, indeed she was, young man ... I mean Greg. It IS Greg, if I recall correctly?"
     "Yes. Or you can call me True Friend if...

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Categories: pocket, autumn, life, lost love, nature, soulmate,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Of Winks and Wings - Part 1
     I have a little story to tell you ... it's absolutely true, of course, at least as far as I'm concerned, but you can take it as you wish -...

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Categories: pocket, autumn, life, lost love, nature, soulmate,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Canto XVII Hell translation
“Here the fierce with the thin pointed tail,
Who passes mountains and breaks arms and walls!
Here who with stench can the world assail!”

So my duke started to talk with his calls;
And hinted then it to get...

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Categories: pocket, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
Broken Pride
The summer is over but things are getting hotter
The summer is over and people are getting viler
The sky is overcast and the birds are flying around
It feels like a stranger has just entered the town.

Grey...

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Categories: pocket, appreciation, beautiful, break up, bullying, education, faith,
Form: Narrative
Take Me Back
Do you remember, the stars, the moon and the dazzling night sky?
And the joy of our childhood, can you hear it?
All of our giggles and the overbearing question “why?”
Can you take me back? To when...

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Categories: pocket, 10th grade, beautiful, childhood, for teens, growing
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Juozas Miltinis Learning Years in Paris

It was September 
Of one thousand 
Nine hundred seven
The end of summer
With apples lying thickly
Under the apple trees
And the smell of Autumn
Covering the grass
Filled with ripe yellow
And orange squash
He was born in a little
Wooden house...

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Categories: pocket, art, destiny, french, history,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Oliver, a Boy
My mother's name was Seraphine
A sadder child was never seen 
Her duty was to serve the table
Of newly widowed Mrs. Grable

Her husband Mr. Grable died
To keep the British gratified
For which the lady born and bred
Was...

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Categories: pocket, england, fantasy, innocence,
Form: Epic
So Do I
Piles of poetry yet to come falling in the fingers of the readers
Scroll through my lines as much as your heart and mind eagers
Remorse and anguish is what I feed on when I sin senselessly
Did...

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Categories: pocket, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Last Call



We sat at the end of the bar in a seedy place on Seventh street.
Nursing our drinks, we both had a bit too much that night.
My Whiskey Sour, you could tell everything about me by...

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Categories: pocket, passion, sad,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Travel Light
* This poem was written for a contest originally, but was used by Professor Anne-Marie Thornton of Bilkent University in Ankara, Turkey, to teach her WAR POETRY class in the spring semester of 2017. My...

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Categories: pocket, child, children, loss, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Travel Light
Her small angelic face ...

Once a place where broad smiles bloomed like butterflies on marigolds,
is streaked with the furrows that countless tears have etched into the
layers of dust and dirt and explosive residue that now...

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Categories: pocket, child, conflict, courage, war,
Form: Free verse
Turning to Turquoise
Verse 1: My destiny...
My dignity...
Is all gone since you left me with nothing to lose
I'm willing to let go of this grudge in my heart...cut loose the noose 
That's around my neck
Give me your love...

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Categories: pocket, deep,
Form: Lyric
Hollywood Court in Town Part 2
The people began to say that I am the richest woman in Linstead town, and that cause many people to flock around, me and started to beg me money. Not a dollar in my pocket...

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Categories: pocket, abuse, anti bullying, community, conflict, corruption, courage,
Form: Narrative
King of the Castle
The King of the Castle 



Said I’m but a child
Afraid of the world outside 
Afraid to run wild and to  be proud
Of the freedom it provides
Afraid of love 
Afraid of the dark 

Said you...

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Categories: pocket, betrayal, corruption, depression, evil, lost, memory, mental
Form: Narrative
Lightingale
How come you're so indifferent?
My opinions sting my noggin with discontent 
Don't you ever feel overwhelmed with the songs on the radio?
Well, no words can describe this feeling I feel...yeah nobody will know

Oh lightingale, you...

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Categories: pocket, deep, depression, desire,
Form: Lyric
Sitting On The Ground - Our Friendship Bond and Our Vital Vows
I’m sure of it – we’ll do good enough in the long run
Let the crazy, busy, and sunny day begin and I welcome the sun
Do you welcome the sun?
You’re a lot of fun 
Let’s run...

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Categories: pocket, addiction, adventure, beauty, cute love, dedication, deep,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member If Time is Money
Does your money derive from health-regenerative investments?

Well, what could that mean?

Do you make your money, honey, 
with both light and dark co-arising memory
of midway love and peace intent,
avoiding anger-fear monoculturally competitive
dominant-power relationships,
and struggles against others,
against...

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Categories: pocket, health, humanity, money, nature, political, time,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member AN EARLY MORNINGS TALE
One morning early a Dad and his son Tom went for a walk in the country, they journeyed
through the still mist looking for flowers for the boy's Mom, but they did not see many.
Just then...

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Categories: pocket, celebration, emotions, family,
Form: Narrative
Malkavian the second
The constant assault of the silence on his senses is intense 
Hands clenched in fist he wished for noise and bliss
Buddy stopped talking and drinking he begins pacing as he’s thinking 
Tired from walking he...

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© Nathan D.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: pocket, dark, drug,
Form: Alliteration
We,The Beggars
We have come to you
Like the sun to the cloud does
Anything you can afford
Please,do,spare us.
We've been under this bridge
even the ants gossips us
Because we share the same meal.
We have come to you
President soldier,Pastor Navy
Money,nuts,fruit-
we'll appreciate!
We...

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Categories: pocket, allegory,
Form: Light Verse
Children Are Why We Need Higher Taxes
Steven is a retired teacher disturbed by the problems he sees in education. Schools weren’t perfect when he was teaching but they were better than they are today. He has ideas for improvements. 

Some of...

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Categories: pocket, child, education, school, , 9th grade,
Form: Prose