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Premium Member It Matters - The Anaphora Style



~It Matters~ 
(Anaphora) 


It matters if you're not feeling well 
It matters if you don't rest everyday 
It matters if you feel out of breath 
It matters if you don't get up on time 
It...

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Categories: repetition, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member False Prophets
Disciples: How will we know True from False Prophets?

Teacher: You will cooperatively discern them
by their polyculturing love.

When does fear that disasters are becoming too relentlessly true,
masquerade as anger that such events and facts and trends
must...

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Categories: repetition, abuse, anger, fathers day, fear, freedom, health,
Form: Political Verse
Stimulation: mE
De ja vu is seen right before my 7 senses...don't listen to the cries of lies...
Complete me...don't leave me empty - let my 6 become 7 (complete me) This bothersome feeling of disbelief intensifies -...

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Categories: repetition, angst, anxiety, deep, depression, desire, hope, loneliness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member It Matters - The Anaphora Style
It Matters~ 
(Anaphora) 


It matters if you're not feeling well 
It matters if you don't rest everyday 
It matters if you feel out of breath 
It matters if you don't get up on time 
It...

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Categories: repetition, care, faith, hope, love, drug,
Form: Free verse
Introspectively
Understanding myself, and towards developing  introvertedly 
The parameters of today, yet most lay dormant inside of me
Questioning the how, as in such, the extended inner faculty 
Fractured as then, it's an opposing end, and...

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Categories: repetition, depression, faith, fear, feelings, forgiveness, growth,
Form: Acrostic



Premium Member The Wheel Turns
It has long been said
And taken as true

A fool
And his money

Soon parted.

With wealth attached
Silently adjoining this
So too…

Tied, coming swiftly along 
This also true

A willfully ignorant fool
And his freedom

Soon parted.

And, so too, do despots reign
As history...

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Categories: angst, corruption, gothic, humanity, money, repetition, slavery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer's poem Thaye Yashoda by T Wignesan
Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer (circa 1700-1765)’s « THAYE YASHODA » by T. Wignesan


This devotional song and poem in Tamil (the principal Dravidian language which has spawned over twenty languages in the southern Indian...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: repetition, god, mother, religious, universe,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Translation with Commentary of MAIS QUE DIEU ME PARDONNE by T Wignesan
Translation of Kendji Girac and Claudio Capeo's Que Dieu me pardonne by T Wignesan 

Lyrics by Kendji Girac and Renaud REBILLAUD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xP2jp31jFMc

(The two young French songsters' duet, now, yo-yo-ing in the upper echelons of c-Star...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: repetition, courage, dance, encouraging, god, heart, poetry, song,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Far Away, Far Away
Far Away, Far Away

Children when you dream at night you may see an awesome sight!
Magic fairies in the dew near trilliums of snow white hue.
You must search within your dreams by the light of midnight...

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Categories: repetition, childhood, fairy, fantasy, imagery, nature, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
23
There's a lit cigarette…
Where there should be a flower between your lips
A hypnotic pollen flavored kiss
Will you still love me, see me as an interest
When I say out loud that I don't think I'll be...

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Categories: repetition, age, blue, feelings, freedom,
Form: Free verse
road
My acquaintance with poetry in general and the simplistic literary brilliance of Robert Frost in particular, came at a relatively early age. My mother would ambivalently imply that I was too young to remember, however...

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Categories: repetition, age, perspective, , cute,
Form: Bio
Making My Way
I’m feeling that feeling
I felt in the beginning 
Times flying by 
my minds still spinning
I think I’m losing ground
And my patience is thinning
Getting tangled up in 
the webs Life’s spinning 
Further from where I’ve been...

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© James West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: character, repetition, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Niitthaar Perumai, The Fundamental Role of the Ascetic: Canto 3, K29 and K30 of the Thirukkural
Niitthaar Perumai, The Fundamental Role of the Ascetic: Canto 3, K29 and K30 of the Thirukkural by Thiruvalluvar
(In these kurals, I give both the "unrefined" versions using connective particles and modified post-positions (in Tamil: according...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: repetition, dedication, devotion, spiritual, tamil,
Form: Epigram
Enhanced Visions
Things can be intimidating within this future of life as we know 
like a luring spiritual souls path intricately lingering
departing its everlasting glow 
Nullifying life’s hardships 
Prospering life’s greatness 
Alluring as my mindset is trying...

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Categories: repetition, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member STRONG




"STRONG"



A child finds strength 
in the holding of his hand
The Beatitudes in his mind 
repetition 8 times cast
whispers the loneliness
in a Man -

Who held his hand?

Like Bede, venerable,
he's counting beads dropping 
like blood drops, 
steel...

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Categories: repetition, freedom, poets, psychological, strength,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Show Me Television, Free Verse
The era of catatonic self-destruction has risen yet again from boulder-blocked caves,
Whose cavernous stalactite incisors drip with the blood of thorny crowns,
Worn in punitive irony for the subversion of fertile inferiority,
Which, like rabbits, duplicates and...

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Categories: repetition, addiction, social, society,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sequestration
I never told anyone how my ears reverberate in a silent room.
The whirring drone ever present, a conquistador of my private spaces.
This is my cohabitation with an industrial generator.
But I’ve graduated from the torment. 
My...

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Categories: death, loneliness, longing, pain, political, repetition, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who Knows if Magic Exists
Who knows if magic exists,
if dreams come true
and whether miracles take place
(all of these things we thought we knew)

... buried in our haste
to dig childhood's grave...

And though something gets lost
along the way,
it's never very far...

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Categories: repetition, appreciation, beauty, family, friendship, imagery, introspection, mystery,
Form: Prose Poetry
ANOTHER DAY IN THE MINE
ANOTHER DAY IN THE MINE
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS
	


I woke up this morning with a pain in my back
From a cold wind blowing in through a crack
I sleep with my little brother and he hogs the blankets
What...

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Categories: repetition, character, environment, father, father son, freedom, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Translation of Those were the Days, My Friend by T Wignesan
Translation of " Those were the Days, My Friend " by T. Wignesan

Ces jours éloignés que nous avions partagés, Mon Ami

(A re-make of an earlier Russian song, produced by Paul McCartenay and sung by
 Mary...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: repetition, i miss you, romantic, solitude, song, sorrow,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Taking Over Me
In this desolate room,
I feel this endless gloom
Taking over me. . .
Taking over me. . . 
Making my bones rattle in shock
Making several crackling sounds . . .
The time is ticking fast
I need to taste...

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Categories: repetition, beauty, dedication, deep, fear, grief, how i
Form: Lyric
THE SHUNS OF LIFE
THE SHUNS OF LIFE
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS


This poor bloated woman, after nine months of inflamation
Dropped me off at the maternity ward, a brand new creation
She ejected me without a second thought or hesitation
Unburdening her of guilt...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, deep, fantasy, humanity, introspection, repetition,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I think it must be love
                                  ...

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Categories: love, repetition, romance, words,
Form: Free verse
Wisdom
I’m writing another life bringer
Sunshine that’ll linger
This Bright light shining 
Brighter than diamonds on your finger
Straight knowledge kicking 
Straight verse spitting
Scripted through my pen
Then put on a page and written

I’m here to help find the...

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© James West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: repetition, beautiful, bible, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fatal Attraction
"Fatal Attraction"



The letter was typewritten
IBM Selectric, 
No final salutation
in italics
“With love”, 
but it was there nevertheless
invisible
electric
“VC”
Bleeding Bold Black 
thick cursive stroke
With knife point calculation
An arrow hit it’s bullseye
A flourish with intent
A nicotine stain 
at the...

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Categories: repetition, dark, imagery, psychological,
Form: Free verse