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Premium Member EFFUSED ENCOUNTER
EFFUSED ENCOUNTER


Neither a dream nor a trick, I beguiled--
I reach the sky enameled with golden smile.
To hurdle bumps and curves, I continue to pedal
this steadfast being yearn to step on a pedestal,
I found at the...

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Categories: quintella, beautiful, feelings, flower, life, love, woman,
Form: Quatorzain



Premium Member Letters Home
I am writing letters home,
And will enclose in each a poem.
Here is my selection
For my verse connection.

I think for Maybelline
My best Alexandrine,
Six syllables per line,
That I'll polish till they shine.

Something different for Fritz,
I am sending...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quintella, animal, cat, day, home, nonsense, poems,
Form: List
Premium Member An Absinthe Eventide

I sauntered in an evening mist
   A midnight's heaven, magic-kissed
      Lamp-lit raindrops pattered, awesome
         Shining city turned violet blossom
 ...

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Categories: adventure, imagery, magic, paris, romance,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member The Dogwood
The blood and lapis daylight sets
in ether. How the mind resets
brutality of winter chill
with February's codicil;
what gossamer a dream begets.

I hear the crickets in the dark,
their clicking takes up where the lark
has been. The flagrant...

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Categories: dream, imagery, nature, tree,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member Crowned May Queen
Crowned May Queen


As the music flows in my mind and soul in cheer
I dance around on my toes in the sun kissed fragrant fields
of wildflowers and tall emerald green grass yields
With a breath of life...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: celebration,
Form: Quintella



Premium Member The Butterfly Princess
"Just living is not enough, said the butterfly fairy...one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower"  Hans Christian Anderson


              ...

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Categories: butterfly, fairy, fantasy,
Form: Quintella
To My Seductress Duchess
These, cacophony that beggars descriptions

Disorder from indecent breed incubating, 

Confusion of morals, the imposition of strange culture, 

Filthily dressed to undress my mind, 

Our teacher teaching theories of writs and wits

These promiscuous pastors parading piety...

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Categories: anger, celebrity, daughter, deep, family, for him,
Form: Quintella
M O A N V O Y A G E
      MOAN VOYAGE

I see a great deal of people who are blessed to smile
And say things such as “I’m going on vacation for awhile”
Hell, I find these people vile

Now why...

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Categories: angst, people, life, people, universe,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member The temporary altar Translation of Etiemble s quintet Le reposoir by T Wignesan
The temporary altar, Translation of Etiemble’s quintet: Le reposoir by T. Wignesan
							For us

As for me, I have renounced the noxious vault
where the other life child concealed a father 
whom he had sometimes betrayed his mother
who...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, love,
Form: Quintella
A forgetful hat
A morning it was shining red,
And mister president's black hat,
Was siting on his solemn hair,
As it was not at all aware,
That it's a hat of a fat rat.

By using crown to form its speech,
»Good morning!«...

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Categories: political,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member Nightmare, Translation of Paul Verlaine's Cauchemar
Nightmare, Translation of Paul Verlaine’s Cauchemar

(Translation of Paul Verlaine’s quintilla : « Cauchemar ». As usual, I have tried to stick to the original’s stanzaic format and rhyme scheme. T. Wignesan)

In my unfurling dream I...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dream,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member The Frog Translation of Etiemble s quintet La grenouille by T Wignesan
The Frog, Translation of Etiemble’s quintet: La grenouille by T. Wignesan 

(This quintet rhymed: ababc might in its propos -
perhaps in its imagery and allusion - be based on some family history involving the tragedy...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sorrow,
Form: Quintella
I Fell in Love With a Tree Stump
I fell in love with a tree stump.
A quite curious stump was he.
No branches to thump.
No fall leaves to see.
But a very special stump was he.

There in the woods, other trees grew tall.
Swaying their limbs...

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Categories: allegory, love, naturetree, love, tree,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member Along My Back Roads

In the backstreets of my mind I find passages anew
Along diverging paths, I often see my way through
There are places I can ramble or find myself rather lost
But there my thoughts can stumble at no...

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Categories: destiny, journey,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member The Tiger In His Glory
 
A stealthy tiger stalks his prey
His eyes alight with cunning gleam;
And tho' the world may peaceful seem
The lissome springboks graze and play --
The danger lurks, not far away

He crouches low, his muscles taught
While calculations...

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Categories: animal, cat, death, power,
Form: Quintella
Confused Poet Two
I was feeling a bit acrostic, and could not hide my dizain from that silly ekphrasis 
skin condition they burned in elegy.  So I sent an epigram to the seismology 
department, where it registered...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quintella, adventure, funny, on writing and words, parody,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Getting Married at Christmas
( I have written the poem in three different forms: Quintain, Quintella and Quinzaine forms
respectively)

Getting married at Christmas


Never heard! No, I wouldn't want to marry on Christmas day.
Not Christmas Day but a few days before...

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Categories: quintella, marriage,
Form: Quintain (English)
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
quintella (Spanish quintain) in pentameter

Hard-working spider, you do your part,
instinctive busy spider that thou art.
You speak without doubt as you weave your web.
It is we humankind that tend to ebb
and surge, trying to balance mind...

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Categories: 11th grade, humanity, strength, stress, words,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member I Fly Among Spirits
Great Spirit
Who is the center of all circles
light, life, directions, colors and love
I give you my heart....Wayne William Snellgrove     Saulteaux Tribe  


Your thrum I felt in my inner heart
Every day...

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Categories: bird, flying,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member In The Fragility of Dreams

                Down in the deep of my inner sleep
           ...

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Categories: dream, sleep,
Form: Quintella
UNDER HERO CITY
UNDER  HERO  CITY


Now  bravely  the beloved general
Leaves  the world of parade and medal.
Manoeuvres over,  he does not stay
In   night’s  Volkovskoye   -   ...

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Categories: me, hero, me,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member Dawns Arrival
As the morning carries different bird song
My body stirs from its cozy slumber, begone
Aloft to the mountains volcanized hard crest
Dark clouds beat upon its jagged green breast
Then raindrops fall down in a long mighty yawn

The...

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Categories: morning,
Form: Quintella
Cynic
I've discovered why you hate them so:
You felt they delivered you a blow.
Not with sticks and stones; but words indeed
That you let obscure your friends in need
Who sing release when you let hatred go.

What have...

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Categories:
Form: Quintella
We Are The Brightest Stars Among All Gods Creations:Answer Me
I watch the gleam of those sparkling eyes
And wheeze through the freedom of the open skies
Her fascination
In imagination
Is like a hypnotizing charm of a born magician

I am wide awake over the Earth’s blanket of grass
Then...

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© BIHU JOHRI  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: feelings, freedom, god, philosophy, truth,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member Redeeming the Leaf
In early Autumn, the leaves change dress.
As early chill in night time breeze caress
and cool to adorn with colored hue,
succinct palette, 
glazed by frost from morning dew. 

Slowly the leaves float down.
They do their dance...

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Categories: nature,
Form: Quintella