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Premium Member What Kind of People Are We
What Kind of People Are We

In a Shakespearean sense of tragedy and doubt the well-used
“To Be or Not To Be” from Hamlet is not the question I shall
discuss in this narrative. Rather, I shall consider...

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Categories: rally, conflict, fear, humanity, immigration, international, poverty, war,
Form: Narrative



Dandling Up And Down Upon The Lap Of The Wind Part Number Three Rescued
Yes, love is no more or less reliable the more you check on this. Just like the frigid days of winter make their way for the pleasures that lay in awe of Spring I'm finding....

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rally, 11th grade, 12th grade, 1st grade, 4th
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Whips Of History - 1
This whip is a relic of war
an instrument of severe education, 
come now Avia, look how lovely and vulgar,
it is essential for you to appreciate it's intention,
feel it's supple weight, the simple fright,
I use jasmine...

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Categories: rally, christian, history, passion, poetry,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Saratoga I
   The following sonnets (an incomplete Heroic Crown)
depict a series of battles that turned the tide of 
the American Revolutionary War. The impact of these 
battles eventually marked the end of British rule...

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Categories: rally, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
The Question
True love is unquestionable. 
What is true love?
To me; it is more feeling based rather than definitively worded. 
Emotional attached, formed mentalities that are equally paired with an immaculate physical connection. 
Collected bi-gender, shared love—
She’s...

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Categories: rally, conflict, confusion, fun, true love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member MOCKINGBIRD - crown of sonnets
#1
"It is a sin to kill a Mockingbird.
While playing games with rocks or guns, defray,
them, please, ...shoot old tin cans.  Each whispered song 
from Mockingbirds, can heal the wounds  of the day"

Virtues are...

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Categories: rally, children, discrimination, integrity, prejudice,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 17
 
Erlenkönig pulled the chair out beside Aisling's and sat on the side of the table.  A large, luxuriant and ornate chair headed the end of the table,
several places down from where he sat...

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Categories: rally, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Independence II
To obviate such eminent constrains
shall meet debate as unity matures,
for reason falters, tethered to the reigns
of avarice this manifest ensures.
Thus, let be known that liberty shall thrive
when diligence lets ev’ry man abide,
and know these words...

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Categories: rally, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Niitthaar Perumai, the Fundamental Role of the Ascetic, Canto 3 of the Thirukkural by Thiruvalluvar
Niithaar Perumai, the Fundamental Role of Ascetics, Canto 26 of the Thirukkural, the Tamil Classical Treatise on Ethics, Translation and Commentary by T. Wignesan 


[Given the scarcity of information (mostly conflicting even then) on the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rally, education, humanity, life, philosophy, retirement, tamil,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Lexington and Concord I
Beneath the balance due to persevere,
the taste of freedom bears a levy’s yoke, 
the sweeter spoils that feed a new frontier,
upon the price of independence, choke.
The sorghum syrups, rendered into rum, 
possess a toll that...

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Categories: rally, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member In Our Town
In my town
the spiritual warriors conjoined our nature conservancy advocates,
our homeless entertainers and mystics incarnated all the green organic dreams of the food righteousness brigade,

Eternal earth-day worshipers
began pilgrimages with gardeners and pet-owners and parents,
to establish...

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Categories: rally, community, culture, environment, health, political, poverty, religion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Continental Congress I
Militias grow beyond his subject’s vail
since nay a voice pay minded by the crown,
all pressed attempts at compromise derail
as rising calls for dissidence abound.
Such disregard is kindling for the fire
that slowly builds from embers to...

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Categories: rally, adventure, allegory,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member This War of Fathers I
The wanton gains of war shall swiftly pale
to providence received through righteous ways.
their pious aims let evidence prevail
when avarice, for Heaven’s sake, essays.
As Kings engage to claim uncharted soil,
their mortal ranks confront with vast campaigns,
as...

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Categories: rally, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Lexington and Concord II
Their burdens shared combined in due accord
and thus, a resolution came to be
A delegation gathered in concord
to unify dissention through decree.
No more shall be your ordinance obeyed
for taxes waged or Acts through any course
nor tolerance...

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Categories: rally, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
THE INCUMBENT
THE INCUMBENT
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS

I am sick and tired of hearing the same old line
My elected representative says every things fine
He just does not represent the people I know
He’s been there forever its time for him...

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Categories: rally, corruption, culture, introspection, irony, parody, political, power,
Form: Rhyme
Jo Jo Part Two
Coercion began
as the ground surrounds the seed
baring life and truth
A kingdom of soil
An army of soiled crickets
A pubescent king
Presenting Jo Jo
the leader of the region
and sire to the throne
Forced to lead the masses
basis chases hatred
Bandaged...

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Categories: rally, spiritual, endurance,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Conversation with Omicron
Conversation with Omicron

I’m speaking with Omicron. Omicron is a well known antagonist of the health care system and frequently mentioned in political discussions. First, why did you come here?
	
	I didn’t “come here”. I was brought...

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Categories: rally, social, spoken word,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Childhood Inequality In School
Some children come into the school building dancing, singing, hopping, bursting with uninhibited glee.
They exchange giddy, happy stories about their day at the mall, dropping name brand names,
Showing off their glittery light-up shoes, and light...

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Categories: rally, child, child abuse, children, family, school, teacher,
Form: Narrative
A New Queen is Born
I stood at the back of the line and watched nature unfold in front of my weeping eyes. I stood at the back of the line watching them moving in droves from every corner of...

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Categories: rally, care, celebration, change, death, environment, future, leadership,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Tale of Ancient Times
This is a tale of ancient times
And a knight of valiant heraldry
Who followed true his knightly code,
The weight of righteousness his load,
All sheathed in heaven's grace he rode,
And practiced naught save chivalry.

From the Pope a...

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Categories: rally, faith, history, soldier, war,
Form: Narrative
THE TOWN HALL
Deep concern across the land, respect is all but gone
protesters attack, harass, all night until the dawn
Looking closely, feeling pain, no such thing as fair
doesn't happen, in your face, shut you down they swear

Simple rally,...

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© Pete Yuhas  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rally, america, bullying, conflict, corruption, patriotic, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bodybusy
I've never considered myself nosy, I just care about people that's all,
The way gardeners care about roses, when colored leaves start to fall.

But like chaotically spattered sunsets, often things can get confused,
Like the times I...

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Categories: rally, care, fantasy, giving, heart, imagery, life, people,
Form: Couplet
To those that say All Lives Matter when we say Black Lives Matter
You say all lives matter
Bringing up all these colors 
Like red, white, orange, and blue
But when a black life is taken, where on Earth are you?
Where's your sympathy and support when the takers of our...

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Categories: rally, black african american, life, poetry, race, racism,
Form: Rhyme
THE HURDLES

THE HURDLES: 

Explain this won't be a devour,
As all this while you considered a diva.
He'd set hurdles, Eva...
Which's breeding woes and fever.
I know you understand that's not trivial,
From the university of life, I have become...

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Categories: rally, abuse, discrimination,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Opening Day with a Little Delay
Opening Day with a Little Delay

Take me out to the ball game
 Of balls and strikes - bloopers and perfect games; 
 Basket catches, ERA’S, country hardball;
 Foul balls, the pick off, intentional walk, the...

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Categories: rally, baseball, celebration, sports,
Form: Free verse