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Premium Member Sunday Morning Joggers
Goodness, I nearly lost my balance on the spiral seashells and broken sea stone chipping matrix.
My quaint obsession with marine life and that skyline paradox blossoming so tantalisingly,  might be a source of some...

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Categories: publisher, age, art, birth, devotion, feelings, heart, irony,
Form: Prose



Premium Member PREFACE
Greetings to those who would willingly seek admission to theater of the absurd. Zoltan Goliath and Otis Trench are masters of the avant-garde genre silent musicals for the imaginary stage, an art form sui generis....

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Categories: publisher, allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member On the need to avoid being envious: CANTO XVII, K161, K162 of the THIRUK-KURAL
On the need to avoid being envious: Canto XVII, K161, K162 of the THIRUK-KURAL, Translation with Commentary

[ ENVY, of course, knows no racial nor ethnic boundaries, but I wouldn't be wrong, I dare say, ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, evil, hate, jealousy, racism, tamil,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Strange Creatures and The Forest of Egregore


“Strange Creatures and The Forest of Egregore” 

Where do we go -

when our rosebuds
stop still in the cold,
unwanted, 
along the unopened road?

we walk into the 
forest alone, 
there we meet 
strange creatures -

some say 
they...

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Categories: publisher, dark, light, love, muse,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member On Noms-de-plume
Justin Von Depathos strode across the ballroom floor 
To sit with Carlton Vishizwa and Charlotte Genivieve, 
While I watched, in silent fascination, from the door,
The “major players” waltzing ‘round the room that Friday eve.

Thurston Beaumont...

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Categories: publisher, funny, humor, poetry, writing,
Form: Verse



Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's A Faithful Private - 7 -excerpts from Notes on Poetics by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s A Faithful Private 7 with excerpts from “Notes on Poetics” by T. Wignesan

(Note: With this post, I bring to a close EM’s pamphlet collection: Faithful Private, GENERA editions by Colin Simms,...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, england, poetry, political, power,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI 51 - Tongue-Teasing Epigrams
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI - Tongue-Teasers

If you want to give someone a « taste of his own medicine", you must first obtain sufficient quantities of the same medicine in the market, and if it’s out-of-stock -...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, corruption, judgement, planet, poetry, science, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member My Dear On The Ridge
There was a dear who had a ridge that she perched from
It was where she felt welcome 
Below there was a road 
Where cars must go. 

They would be driving in singles and pairs 
Going...

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Categories: publisher, animal, autumn, car, death, desire, farm, gothic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ben Franklin and Son
It was not yet noon
when Ben said
a host of lovely things.
As far as we know,
no one accused him
of being publisher shy,
or sleeping in.

Ben said,
Early to bed
Early to rise
Makes a man,
and perhaps women and children more...

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Categories: publisher, america, freedom, health, humor, patriotic, religion, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXIX - Bang Bang Who Shot Me Down Like An Un-Licensed Dog
IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY: LXXIX -  Bang! Bang! Who Shot Me Down like an Un-licensed Dog !

IF ever I had a country, a country certainly 
not subject to the whistle of a...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, america, fantasy, firework, humor, power, war,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Corpus
          Corpus

                     in words 
designs 
...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, appreciation, career, celebrity, image, vanity, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Les Protecteurs - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Protectors by T Wignesan
Les Protecteurs – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “The Protectors” by T. Wignesan

(Note: Oodgeroo never claimed to write poetry à la manière des poètes occidentaux; she said - without mincing words – her lines were sheer...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, bullying, character, conflict, culture, discrimination, humanity, judgement,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What The Enemy Meant For Evil, God Will Turn To The Good
What The Enemy Meant For Evil, GOD Will Turn To The Good!

Take a good look now at some of the bad
things that have happened in our lives 
horrible things we have gone through
and yet somehow...

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Categories: publisher, trust,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Holmes And Baskerville Both Had Vicious Hounds
Sonnet Doubles, A Poet's Deeper Thoughts 

I Will Not Fiddle To New Hollow Tunes

I will not play fiddle to hollow tune
nor beg day, be lit by pale light of moon
life to have worth, must not...

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Categories: publisher, art, creation, dark, imagery, meaningful, poetry, writing,
Form: Sonnet
the bookcase
A room without a view, unkempt for many a long year
Dusty aging book slanting within a bookcase
Closet doors creaked, the wide boarded floors moaned as I walk
Adjacent to the bookcase is a stone fire place...

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Categories: publisher, education,
Form: Free verse
Patradoot or The Messenger 26/Many
Patradoot or The Messenger26 /Many 
  
English version by  Ravindra K Kapoor 
Originally written in Hindi by my 
Late father Dr. Amar Nath Kapoor


These Indian women, who were called salves of man,
And even...

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Categories: publisher, epicfather, women, wife, courage, father, freedom, hindi,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member QUESTIONS IN A BOOKSTORE
I love working in a bookstore…being surrounded by the diversity of books is sweet…but I also love the diversity of the people, in the bookstore, whom I meet.

People from all across the world walk in...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Chino
Chino

By Edmund Siejka

(from East Of Seventh, Local Gems Press publisher. Available on Amazon)


Waiting near a candy store 
For something to happen
Chino pretended to be his idol 
The 1950’s celluloid rebel
Marlon Brando.

While the film actor made...

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Categories: publisher, life,
Form: Narrative
The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part IV
“I knew then it was the last novel I’d write,
couldn’t go elsewhere due to my contract.
They wanted books like I’d written before,
but there was no way I could ever go back.

“Yet there was a loop-hole...

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Categories: publisher, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad, society, wisdom, writing,
Form: Epic
On Awareness In The Time Of Plague
There are only 2 possible outcomes when it comes to what happens to you, your consciousness, at death: either you become extinct, 'nothing', or your self continues as a sentient consciousness, one which existed before...

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Categories: publisher, allusion, angst, appreciation, death, jesus, meaningful,
Form: Prose
The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part III
“If it had just been one of two messages,
I could have passed it off as an outlier,
but when it got up to forty percent…
then my own fears began rising higher.

“The clincher was the stray handful...

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Categories: publisher, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad, society, wisdom, writing,
Form: Epic
Premium Member St. Adrian's, 1971

Saloon
Squeezed between office buildings
On lower Broadway
Desolate and out of the way
Faint neon sign marks the place
For the downtown art scene.
Poetry readings on Sunday afternoons
Only the regulars show up 
Invited or not 
Some mount the stage...

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Categories: publisher, nostalgiawine,
Form: Narrative
The poet condemned
The Poet Condemned


I have opened my mind and unleashed Pandora’s Box.
My mind is now open, but my will is now lost.
Freedom of the mind; open and clear.
We couldn’t see the demons, but we can feel...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: publisher, creation, poems, poetry, writing,
Form: I do not know?
Satan's Outcasts - SATIRE
               Heaven offers tickets to any citizen
           Adhering to good behaviour,...

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Categories: publisher, angel, angst, betrayal, character, death, destiny, gospel,
Form: Couplet
TO THE PUBLISHER
TO THE PUBLISHER
> 
> I read and find your request intriguing
> you ask for bizarre tales for your book
> and I’m cheerfully ecstatic and disposed 
> to send you a particularly special poem 
> in...

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Categories: publisher, body, crazy, dark, death, evil, scary,
Form: Free verse