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Poems about Dogs
Poems about Dogs

This Dog
by Rabindranath Tagore
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Each morning this dog,
who has become quite attached to me,
sits silently at my feet
until, gently caressing his head,
I acknowledge his company.

This simple recognition gives my...

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Categories: recognition, animal, dog, friend, friendship, heart, joy, love,
Form: Free verse



Impossible mission to captcha infinitesimal moment
Impossible mission to captcha infinitesimal moment

alternately titled: tick tock runneth amuck
seconds elapse imperceptibly 
leaving me dumbstruck,
how quickly fleeting tempus fugit; 
ofttimes imagined as time thief.

Hence following vignette: quiet as a mouse lurks the time thief...

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Categories: recognition, 12th grade, analogy, butterfly, death, farewell, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Rejection Slips 2
Rejection Slips 2

The Shape of Mourning
by Michael R. Burch
 
The shape of mourning
is an oiled creel
shining with unuse,
 
the bolt of cold steel
on a locker
shielding memory,

the monthly penance
of flowers,
the annual wake,
 
the face in the...

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Categories: recognition, beauty, death, desire, life, longing, love, nature,
Form: Free verse
Free Verse I
Lozenge
by Michael R. Burch

When I was closest to love, it did not seem
real at all, but a thing of such tenuous sweetness
it might dissolve in my mouth
like a lozenge of sugar.

When I held you in...

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Categories: recognition, forgiveness, heart, humanity, life, love, relationship, together,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tips For Modern Poets
Dear Novice Poet,
Welcome to the wide open wonderful world of poetry!  Today more than ever before, a poem can easily be whatever you want it to be.  The rules are simple.  There...

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Categories: recognition, write,
Form: Prose



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: recognition, age, art, birth, devotion, feelings, heart, irony,
Form: Prose
Prose Poems II
Prose Poems II
by Michael R. Burch

These are prose poems (is that an oxymoron?) and experimental poems...



briefling
by Michael R. Burch

manishatched, hopsintotheMix, cavorts, hassex (quick!, spawnanewBrood!); then, likeamayfly, he’s suddenly gone: plantfood.



bachelorhoodwinked
by Michael R. Burch

u are charming...

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Categories: recognition, poems, poetry, rose, roses are red, world,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Words From The Heart - a collaboration with Frederic Parker
These words of love I give to you, my dear
to have comfort in the stillness of time
and meld two souls to keep love's wishes near
when the length of the years and age will climb
I will...

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Categories: recognition, beauty, emotions, love, passion, romantic, sensual, soulmate,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Dante's Divine Comedy Hell translation Canto VII
(Continuing the trip through Hell of Dante with poet Virgilio)

Pah-peh Sah-tan, Pah-peh Sah-tan al-ept!”,
Started Pluto with his hoarse voice toss
And that gentle wise, who any knowledge kept,

Told to encourage me: “don’t have a loss 
By...

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Categories: recognition, fantasy, universe,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member CLASSIFIED PART FOUR
I was hungry and headed to one of the tents that had been set up as a field kitchen and noticed Tim who came over to talk to me , he said that he was...

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Categories: recognition, science fiction,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Terrorist Deserts Into Bountiful Rivers
I'm continuing to read Jane Anna Gordon's "Creolizing Political Theory"
although now with Antonio Damasio's "Self Comes to Mind: Constructing the [WinWin Creolizing-Bilateral] Conscious Brain."

Right now,
Dr. Gordon is discussing various academic attempts,
and some of them actual...

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Categories: recognition, africa, body, culture, health, mental illness, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 98
The Council room, back on the fifth floor of the Keep, was quite busy upon their arrival.  They stood just outside of the door waiting for the councilman to complete the business at hand...

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Categories: recognition, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Queen Of England
Queen Elizabeth Alexandra Mary ll
Her seemingly eternal monarch--God has now beckoned
Balmoral Castle, reigned over the United Kingdom
"God Save The Queen" The British national anthem
21 April 1926 – 8 September 2022

“We are all visitors to this...

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© I Am Anaya  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: recognition, appreciation, celebration, grief,
Form: Clerihew
What Remains Within - Reverse Rejection and Recycle Reassurance Again
They weren’t thinking things all the way through as I weren’t able 
They took me for granite and used me in the wrong way possible 
I need some reassurance tonight to get through this plight...

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Categories: recognition, angst, courage, emotions, fear, hope, longing, moving
Form: Free verse
Dystopia Town Will Be Damaged by Ascended Frown
Where’s a hero when we need one?
Get rid of the villain with a silly, little gun
I ricochet like the bullets that hit Superman,
But he was shielded best he can…best he can…

Driving through dystopia town, dystopia...

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Categories: recognition, angst, dark, emotions, grief, happiness, hope, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member How Huxley Sees the World





"How Huxley Sees the World"



He composes his world -
dream extractions
simulated from 
the surreal reality of man
colour cognitive from the dead moments
we phantomise to life in sleep
electric light colour bursts forth 
from a perspective unique
a hare...

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Categories: recognition, art, future, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Wellful of Wails
'You've thrown me over the edge of the highest peaked cliff imaginable
As I spiral further down, my outer shell gets roughed up
by sticks and stones
until my body is disfigured beyond recognition
as if I'd been torn...

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Categories: recognition, friendship, love, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Enola Gay
Enola Gay

There on the ‘North Field’ tarmac of Tinian Island, Marianas;
Taxis the sleek designed ‘Boeing B-29 Superfortress’ to ready for take-off.
Glistening, polished aluminum under the blaring floodlights filmed for posterity,
Maneuvers' the ‘Enola Gay’, chosen by...

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Categories: recognition, education, history, usa, war, world, world war
Form: Verse
My Compilation
Many of my favorite poems
How About This for Veterans Day

A monthly Monday morning military meeting
Would be great for them as way of greeting
Talking about things happening another day
Of past successes and prices they had to...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: recognition, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Many of my favorite poems
How About This for Veterans Day

A monthly Monday morning military meeting
Would be great for them as way of greeting
Talking about things happening another day
Of past successes and prices they had to pay.

Enlisted Term of Service...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: recognition, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Young Brilliant Poet That Left Us Far, Far Too Soon Second Poet In Dedication series
Note:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Bysshe_Shelley
Percy Bysshe Shelley,  Born 4 August 1792
Horsham, Sussex, England[1]
Died , 8 July 1822 (aged 29)
Gulf of La Spezia, Kingdom of Sardinia (now Italy)
Occupation	Poet, dramatist, essayist, novelist
Alma mater	University College, Oxford (no degree)
Literary movement	Romanticism
Spouse	Harriet Westbrook
(m. 1811;...

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Categories: recognition, appreciation, art, assonance, beautiful, blessing, encouraging, poets,
Form: Rhyme
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: recognition, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Monofilamania
It is so hard to let go of love,
lovingly.

It sharks, 
unpeels more gut more quickly
than reel or reeler ever lost
in all those years of lazy inches
in and out:
casting,
winding in and playing out,
hardly fishing, rarely catching
anything
from...

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© Jack Scott  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: recognition, allegory, passion, woman, memory, sea, fish, lust,
Form: Free verse
Walter
He stood and aimlessly watched the parade of patrons and volunteers that wandered daily past his kennel.  All so familiar, so ordinary.  Just like every other day he mused.  Nothing new. ...

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Categories: recognition, animal, care, dog, friendship, hope, joy, loneliness,
Form: Narrative
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: recognition, conflict, confusion, fun, true love,
Form: Free verse