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Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 29
Forward, and headlong
I knew it was day again

There was a shift in the dark mutterings of the Devil,
Who now refused to sleep as I refused to sing,
Almost an anticipation in his voice,
As if he...

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Categories: representation, adventure, bible, conflict, endurance, inspirational, love, war,
Form: Epic

Premium Member Open to Evolutionaries
Dear Andrew Cohen,

I am riveted by “Evolutionary Enlightenment: A New Path to Spiritual Awakening.”  Your theme that enlightenment need not be limited to elitist and eisegetical experiences, memory, but invites us to become co-travelers...

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Categories: representation, culture, health, humor, perspective, philosophy, political, wisdom,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Picture of Dorian Gray: Paint Me As An Event
The Picture of Dorian Gray: Paint Me As An Event
The Picture of Dorian Gray, a decent fanciful novel by Irish writer Oscar Wilde, published in 1890. The novel, the only one written by Wilde, had...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: representation, angst, character, muse,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 26
“From that point forward Reginn, of the Ibero Clan, along with the Erin Clan
and the Second Ibero Clan slowly stripped more and more control away
from the King.  Reversing much of his progressive policies. ...

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Categories: representation, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member On Property Management
My wife and I were apartment managers for 18 grueling years that rented exclusively to college students, and - though everything I claim here is either disgusting or scary - or’s all true!

Well, it’s...

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Categories: representation, funny, humor,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member GirlCutt Voices
What sustains life are sacred values,
so what cannot sustain becomes pathological.

Matriarchy is about nurturing and care-giving,
protecting life and conserving cooperative energies;
yet that implies that patriarchy devolves to controlling
and competitive care-receiving,
destroying life as WinLose necessary
to violently...

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Categories: representation, abuse, america, gender, health, howl, humor, language,
Form: Political Verse

Give credit to the chameleons, they blend right in 
A simple maneuver, changes the color of their skin
No matter the surroundings, one thing is clear
You may not see him, despite him being...

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Categories: representation, abuse, analogy, anger, angst, corruption, political, society,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member fail-safe

the best of fooleries for april fools' day

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Categories: representation, truth,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Hey God if u only knew me, take my advice God Dammit
There's an inner/outter counter blank element that defines our earthly countenance transparent transpire to an irrelevant parlor non native nill given gotten gave, positioned ill latently counterintuitive never minded gotten gained heretofore-d hahaha-d wtf-dis thisd?...

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Categories: representation, analogy, change, emotions, how i feel, life,
Form: Free verse
Houses and Homes
It's said that a house is not a home
rather, home is where the heart is
I can agree with this statement
Of course, I have a wife and 2 growing kids
And when it’s time to go to...

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Categories: representation, heart, home, house,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Senior Trip To Fold With Honor
What was brewing? 
A health care debate done for fooling
What bill?
Who has the medical skill?
Up there on the Hill
Are they still talking about the prescription pill? 
Then the legal eagles read the will 
Where I...

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Categories: representation, anniversary, children, drink, family, funeral, grave, vacation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Words Taking Shape
I knew this as a child
My mother told me so
She’d lay down in my bed at night
And read a story slow.
With my ears I’d carefully listen
My eyes straight on the page
But when my mind would...

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Categories: representation, brother, childhood, family, growth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Questions I See

What do I see? I see ... THE ALL ...

The chance to kiss deep the matter, dark, and merge with the macrocosm ... to
embrace the tremble of strings, like the fingertips of a lustful god,...

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Categories: representation, analogy, appreciation, humanity, mystery, universe,
Form: Free verse
Perhaps people will argue with me
saying that's your interpretation
But I did not write the bible
Thou shalt not kill

appears to me means
we should not kill anyone
I don't know how you can
interpret it any other way

It did...

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Categories: representation, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
The way of living
What has been done will be done
What will happen has already manifested,
What you know is part of the plan,
What you are and who you are,
Is an invention by perception, 
Designed for you as a representation,

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Categories: representation, betrayal,
Form: Dramatic Verse
A chopstick is just a utensil.
But a chopstick can
trigger that
uncontrollable laughter
and smiles at the dinner table.
When one snaps, we chuckle.
When someone can’t use them properly,
we giggle.
When someone eats with them,
we ridicule.

Chopsticks are an icon of...

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© Ryan Zhao  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: representation, character, desire, hope, perspective, truth, voice,
Form: Free verse
Prevarication Invites Animadversion Plus Aggravation
After beguiling charisma,
damnable excoriations fixedly,
gamely, horribly, insult jesting,
kibitzing, loosely mindless nattering,

outlandish pablum, quintessentially
representing senseless trumpeting,
unswervingly vapid wordy
yawping zest.

If ye did not already guess from thee 
above blimey claptrap, Das English flap
doodle glib human incorporates jokingly,

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Categories: representation, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Light Verse
The Giving Trees 1
to pray
one day
to Jesus,
and as I
looked around
I gazed in my way
upon a place a ways,
afar, and so I could see
the generous gapes of
the giving trees, as so they 
are. Nestled down between the
broken valley (of...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: representation, inspirationalgod, god, love,
Form: Prose Poetry
old signs stay true
Trespassers will be shot

I Survive not as a man but as a human being
I' am level but bent elements of life cast in a mutant haze
to come close to satisfaction my only compromise
brought up in...

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Categories: representation, nature, peace, philosophy, politicallife, god, dog, dog,
Form: Imagism
Who is the real threat to America?
The Mexicans? The illegal immigrants? The Muslims?
Or the Manchurian Candidate in the White House?

Anybody who has ears to hear and brain to think critically
and is not a clone of...

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Categories: representation, angst, freedom, future, patriotic, political,
Form: Prose
Bringing Myself Up To Date with Myself
Sorry other poets. You just became my sounding board. There are many things that are becoming quite interesting. This subpoena thing is one of them. 
If Trump receives one from a Federal Court, he is...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: representation, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member When Friday Comes
PHARISEES with questionable motives: "Jesus, Herod desires to kill you".  <<    JESUS: Tell Herod I am very busy performing miracles and healing people today and tomorrow. Tell him that the day...

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Categories: representation, christian, easter,
Form: Prose
Living Her Life
She sees the pains,
Which her native folk have gained.
She changed from a little girl
To someone who has always had the potential
To change her own little personal inner world.
As a child she never went through
What some...

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Categories: representation, culture, humanity, native american, people, poetess, race,
Form: Free verse
Appreciation in full
So much you have been to me and for me. when there was the concept of lost love you 
brought with you the meaning of true love. At times when I felt that I suffered...

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© Son Winter  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: representation, devotionlife, me, world, lost, light, prayer, life,
Form: I do not know?
it seems like today people shy away from what is true
so worried about the things people may say or do
but the way i am i could really care less
think I'm lying okay lets put it...

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Categories: representation, america, black african american, growth, leadership, usa,
Form: I do not know?