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Premium Member First Uniting Nations
Honey, why doesn't the United Nations include the First Nations?

Are you asking about Babylon
or Native Americans?
Who were, at the time,
thought to be more like wild Indians
by the movers and shakers of rapid industrializing history.

What about...

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Categories: rainforest, earth, health, integrity, native american, psychological,
Form: Political Verse


Assertively, the winning personal motto
     he established in 2016 is John 8:32* of the Bible,
     "The truth will set you free."

Bravely, Jair Messias Bolsonaro...

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Categories: rainforest, character, god, integrity, leadership, meaningful, perspective, truth,
Form: ABC
Premium Member In the Missing

“In the Missing”

In the missing
you never left
I walk with you 
you still talk with me

We share our secrets
silently we escape 
worldly charades
we are touched, 

some say 

we are ghosts 
of our former selves
they see what...

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Categories: rainforest, love,
Form: Romanticism
Garden Club Ruse Finality part 2
The years passed, things never did get better..
Her Garden Club was the only thing that held her together
The mental abuse had taken it’s toll...
As far as he was concerned he owned her soul..
She now felt...

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© kj force  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rainforest, abuse, day, money, spring, stress, winter,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member the sizzling rainforest ''dripping''
it was sizzling hot    scorching   blazing   sweltering -
    oh the unbearable heat   (from the relentless sun above)
the sweat was rolling off me in...

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Categories: rainforest, adventure, nature, vacation,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Twenty-Five Days - A
drove for thirty minutes to the subway station, took a train for forty minutes, got into another for only ten minutes, and reached Queen's Park. Mornings are so hectic, people are rushing to their work-places....

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Categories: rainforest, cancer, life,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Among Butterflies Sought

Nature's Glory
As a quarry?
Alone and at peace
A life, a new lease
I pull up a piece of land
Take a little time to mend
This rainforest trembles
An open window in shambles
Sitting on my own made porch
I fire up...

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Categories: rainforest, betrayal, butterfly, conflict, dark, nature,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member FYI Poem under construction

I have waited for the New Age--that Tranelike return to my Mediterranean Sundance Always and Forever missing the  journey of the Caravansary of old.
Hence, Only Time and the touch of the Rio Ancho, its...

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Categories: rainforest, analogy, conflict, destiny, society, surreal,
Form: Free verse
Birthday bash lost in the forest
I didn't get lost in the forest that day, it was my beautiful friend Angels Birthday- when night turned so quickly from day ,when the light just faded away. 
The rain pattered uncaringly on my...

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Categories: adventure, birthday, courage, environment, rainforest,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member And time stood still
Like an arboretum, my smile and laughter fills empty space,
tall stand the trees all huddled together like girlfriends on a chilly night ready to share their secrets.
We lay bare our souls, sat on the bench,...

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Categories: rainforest, friendship, memory, missing you,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ride In The Subway For Twenty-Five Days
Drove for thirty minutes to Subway Station, 
Took a train for forty minutes, 
Got into another for only ten minutes, 
reached Queen's Park.

Mornings are hectic, 
found a seat beside the window, 
looked at all the...

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Categories: rainforest, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, courage,
Form: Free verse
a flustered tango of Gypsy moths 
drumming the porchlight; chalk artists; 
the endemic disappearance of farms—silos lost 
in unkempt fields;  space stations; the sunlit-scent of lemon 
oil on cherry wood; birth; the chasm between...

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Categories: rainforest, poetry, writing, , memorial,
Form: Free verse
Important Pre-nap Questions
I came back from a cold windy walk
Off with my mittens and hat
And coat and boots
On with the tea kettle
I opened the box
“Lipton - 100% Real Tea Leaves
Serve Hot or Iced”
Oooo not ‘iced’
I don’t even...

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© KJ Hooten  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rainforest, introspection, fish, , cute,
Form: Narrative
Sandwiches Enough for tommorrow
" SuperFine" Borrow Quarrious made his debut in a bout against his former tag team partner  "Honey Mambo" Yurts Kussinov. The bout ended when there former manager Caul Fennish interfered using a folding chair...

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Categories: encouraging, engagement, fashion, film, motivation, rainforest, sports,
Form: Ballade
Dihing, adjoining borderline with Arunachal,  on the foothills of mighty Patkai, 
In the encircling mesas of terrestrial plains of high altitudes, 
lies the Assam Valley's tropical wet evergreen forests, 

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Categories: rainforest, earth, education, environment, nature, rain, river, tree,
Form: Free verse
Efogi on Kokoda 1942
Kokoda Efogi  1942....
The Japanese turned tail and headed north on twenty eighth September forty two. ...
They'd struggled round on mountains fought stopped near Moresby by the few. ...
Eighteen hundred went to stop ten thousand...

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Categories: rainforest, warmen, men, mountains,
Form: Ballad
Overdosing rather binge reading thesaurus
Overdosing (rather binge reading) thesaurus...

Imagine if ye will
earlier one blustery February sixteenth
two thousand twenty one,
yours truly experienced atypical thrill
perusing pages of heavily laden word book
marking where I leave off reading
courtesy no frills inked quill
(sold to...

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Categories: rainforest, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction,
Form: Rhyme
The Sheepdog and the Black Bull
I said to the Mountains, tell me the story of the Sheepdog. But would it be Honorable for me to inquire about the Black bull?

The boisterous Animal that took away the Inspiration of the Sheepdog?...

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Categories: rainforest, abuse, africa, black african american, corruption, racism,
Form: Bio

When I consult my pillow each night
The question is how to solve this planet’s plight
I’ve narrowed it down to a fork in the road
Take the left, utter destruction full overload
Take the...

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Categories: rainforest, allegory, conflict, culture, destiny, earth, environment, evil,
Form: Rhyme
Legend Of The Black Dove - Part 10B
                           Legend Of The Black Dove   (Part...

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Categories: rainforest, adventure, science fiction,
Form: Prose
Dark Shadows
 She dances in a ring of fire.
  Cackling laughter stirring in the hot muggy nights.
  Sweat dripping down her shining skin.
  Her eyes are affixed on the blackened feline stalking her...

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Categories: rainforest, inspirational, dance, night, child, dance, night, time,
Form: I do not know?
Supplement Me

      Moon shed maximum bulb shares us 
      her grey making floodlight flash beam
      Hitting front sides bright, the rest...

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Categories: adventure, anxiety, body, desire, howl, rainforest, relationship,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Nature's Way

Whether Evolution or the Spoken Word,
From time immemorial, seasons revolve
And cosmetic changes take place.
The Creator in an awesome way,
Fashioned this universe of air, land and sea.
From season to season all creation knows,
When it's the right...

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Categories: autumn, beach, butterfly, imagery, rainforest, snow, weather,
Form: Free verse
Queen Alexandra
a post from 2014
for my beautiful granddaughter, Alexandra

After 13 days of confinement, 
a caterpillar broke out of her butterfly egg,
Then ate the shell and pipevine leaf, 
upon which it was laid,
A small fuzzy caterpillar, 

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Categories: beauty, butterfly, education, environment, insect, nature, rainforest,
Form: Rhyme
Bold is the heart of the adventure, seekers of the undiscovered
Frontiers beyond the realm of mankind’s knowledge.  Hardy, bulling
Figures the unafraid, the uninitiated these spirited wilderness men.
Of epic proportions whom challenge fate, and defy...

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© cherl dunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rainforest, adventure, courage, dedication, heart, history, inspirational,
Form: Free verse