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The Paradox Of The Jewish Youth
There is a disturbing discrepancy
Between mortals and the spirit world,
Such as the eternal salvation of man
From the curse of sin and its hold.

The paradox of a meek virgin conceiving
After being by the Spirit overshadowed,
And then...

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Categories: quash, anniversary, religion,
Form: Verse

Thee grim reaper as pedagogical savior
(fear not stalwart reader, the sword of Damocles just grazed thy chest when fate found us a place to call home).

to avoid the pitfall of prospective homelessness
which near future prospect 
   induces existential...

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Categories: quash, angel, dark, destiny, farewell, horror, journey, obituary,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Thee grim reaper as pedagogical savior de jour
written just a couple weeks before the lease at prior abode would expire, and no affordable habitat....just by happenstance and a thankful invisible hand of destiny.
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Categories: quash, age, angst, birth, christmas, december, growth, psychological,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Q-U-I Quit
Quiz. . .


Quotients. . .



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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, conflict, high school, math, teenage,
Form: Alliteration
Me creature of comfort Bah
Me... creature of comfort? Bah

Once again mine lock, stock
and barrel trade in balderdash
finds yours truly (i.e. me)
to type poem frisson a$$ off
as dentures chatter and gnash,
while still inside me gobstopper,
(the sole way to generate
plea for...

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Categories: quash, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, august,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme

I am from that street where people are neglected
Never bothered about but exploited .
the street where hopes and dreams dish 
Away through frustration and disappointment.
We are seen always with spoon in our pocket 
Wandering from...

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Categories: quash, abuse,
Form: Bio
The Legend of Blackmorrow
The horrors began with a hush
as banking empires locked their doors
to balance grand consolidations
and whittle tender values down.

Upon resurrection, crowds gathered
attempting to withdraw marrow wealth.
Rotting complacency filled the vaults
while floating paper clogged the aisles.

We slumped...

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, allegory, hopevoice, voice, drug,
Form: Free verse
The Book of Love
Once upon a time 
I was gifted - The Book of Love 
Pretty, lovely alluring me a lot 
It was then
When I was climbing
The ladder of my aim
I thought it may cause disturbance
But I couldn't...

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Categories: quash, anger, anxiety, black love, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
None keeps its inventory
But it creeps into a story
A story of a modern society
Which is plural in nature;
Partly of a rural nurture
Partly of an urban stature
Yet must remain together
Lest it falls a part 
For unity...

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Categories: quash, africa, betrayal, community, conflict, patriotic, peace, political,
Form: Narrative
Love is pleasure and is always patient
In all its pure form it is always kind
Love is considerate and is not jealous
In its nature it cannot be boastful
Real love is neither arrogant nor proud
Love is tolerant...

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Categories: quash, love,
Form: Sestina
The View From Where I Stand
I’ve an anger which cannot be hidden!
A burning passion that comes unbidden!
My Soul desolated with grievous rage,
reacts with furious justified outrage!

Occasioned by the offences of ignorance,
bigotry, discrimination and intolerance!
Though evil are the ravages of vandalism,

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Categories: quash, anger,
Form: Rhyme
The Chiar Of Our Time
The chair of our time, not our forefathers’ 
Up are you, with that shifted bottom in the air
Those legs of flippant seem to be permanent;
With the open gate of laughter.
5.	Rolled  down eyeballs; Down level...

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Categories: quash, parody, life,
Form: Blank verse
thee grim reaper as pedagogical savior
today, i wanna die and bid god riddance grandly 
   going gamesomely gra grave,  de deum, and cymbal crash
to bing mulct emotionally, physically and spiritually - 
   all the grinding...

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Categories: quash, absence, angst, death, depression, goodbye, how i
Form: I do not know?
The voices came louder and clearer to 
Redefine the ideology of the world towards Africa.
The white took us to be monkeys, slaves and beast of burden,
They enslaved us and made us look worthless
Reduced us to...

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Categories: quash, art,
Form: Blank verse
Another Tomorrow
Was shattered and broken, in pieces, unspoken,
I was losing life's grip, my mind started to slip.
Grief-driven to the ground, almost not found,
Future no longer sure became one giant blur.
My deep feeling heart split completely apart,

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Categories: quash, change, depression, dream, growth, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Saint Is out of Date

Flesh is subtle…vulnerable…
All scarlet-covered, under skin;
The thin, hard smile of the harlot
Tells how many have stormed in. 

We are spoon-fed careful lies,
As they rewrite history, quash dissent,
Say Oswald killed The President…
Explode our towers before our...

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Categories: quash, political
Form: Prose Poetry
Interesting Times
Interesting Times

We live in interesting times when it comes to rhymes.
I can say what I want but never mind.
I went a little insane when I lost my love life,
But like I said…Interesting times.

You can never...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, change, depression, life, love, poetry, truth, youth,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Poor Urchins
A word of caution as the alarm bell sounds,
        you will hear no absent cheering.
But be aware some people care

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Categories: quash, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Hollow
I’ve been down to The Hollow, and I’ll never be the same,
So many have been taken there, yet never speak its name,
It’s a place as cold as gravity - it grips, and you descend,
It’s featureless,...

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Categories: quash, allegory, depression,
Form: Rhyme
For I knew I had no escape route to take.
My adversary had succeeded this time in his assault. 

To my redeemer I turned to.
To Jesus I faced once again.

My saviour, who I had wounded once...

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Categories: quash, christian, heaven, people, trust, truth,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Robin of Locksley's Quest
As the Sheriff of Nottingham’s prisoner
Maid Marian had been locked in a tower
Robin and his loyal band of merry men
Were determined to quash the sheriff’s power

In Sherwood Forest Friar Tuck made a plan
Robin’s crew were...

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Categories: quash, adventure,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member AAACHOOOOO
As the autumn and winter seasons inexorably unfold,
You can bet that I'm destined to catch my annual cold!
I've tried every remedy from the local pharmacist's shelf,
Includin' syrups, lozenges, even toddies to cure myself!

My nothe ith...

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Categories: quash, funny, autumn,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blowing Off Steam
Blowing Off Steam
                     by Odin Roark

Being a little mad is essential,
Otherwise, existing might necessitate a...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, philosophy,
Form: Free verse

Don't leave me in complete
In the dark room of emptiness
Justify my tender soul in the west
Bridge of goodness and favour
I will be there for you to take
Up your problems if only mine would be...

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Categories: quash, age,
Form: Free verse
Things at work were going great
Morale was really high.
Now ain’t it just like Management
To notice, then ask why?

“What’s wrong with this-here picture?”
“We’ve got to make them skirm!”
So they dusted off the work rules
And made us...

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© Dean Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, work,
Form: Light Verse