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Ins and Outs PART 1
Author's note: This is an epic length poem that will have to be split into parts and will be serialized in successive posts.


PART 1

the highway's double line snakes in 
and out of my headlights
they searchlight...

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Categories: ricardo, how i feel, , Lullaby,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member A Man and his Life
In the lives of those whose memories are cradled in destruction
comes a time when such memories are forgotten and the passage
of time brings a new birth and such things become distant.
One such story shall never...

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Categories: ricardo, adventure,
Form: Epic
VALE - VICTOR STANLEY JONES
You were born in Clermont, Queensland on December, twenty-four, 
Away back circa eighteen sevn'ty-two. 
Edward Jones now had a fifth child, whom his dear wife Anna bore, 
Their second son and both were proud of...

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Categories: ricardo, history, loss, social, day, men, day, men,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Ricardo
There's no good reason to be an outlaw.
A world of rocks and hard barren ground.
I became evil, in an evil world.
A bringer of death, good men hated.
I need to end my outlaw days, reflect and...

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Categories: ricardo, introspection, life,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member A Town called Rotgut
The road into Rotgut looked like every road,
in every town I've seen, dusty
I've traveled through so many towns
and this town is no different
I'm tired, just looking for the saloon
and a guy, a drifter, name of...

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Categories: ricardo, bullying, business, conflict, power,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Ricardo's Lunch
5th Ave. was shoulder to shoulder with
hungry lunch-seeking business men
and women. Ricardo unpacked
his horn nervously and a foot cymbal.
Spring, early street season, too cold
for most musicians but he needed money.
His lips kissed the cold metal...

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Categories: ricardo, business, cancer, fire, heart, men, seasons, work,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Cowboys
I've come to you unarmed with love's chains
Through green valleys, over mountain passes
To kiss the face that comforts my soul's pains
And walk with you among the sweet grasses

I've died many times, on the outlaw trail
And...

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Categories: ricardo, change, life, boy,
Form: Rhyme
Ricardo Eliecer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto
Ricardo Eliecer Neftalí Reyes Basoalto

Motherless at two weeks of age, sought her.
Within his heart and mind, imagined her.
Age ten, before life had hardly begun, 
He, whose talents his family did shun, 
Loved her, felt her....

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Categories: ricardo, history, life, people
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Neftali Ricardo Reyes Basoato
"A poet goes in search of poetry
To Neruda poetry came to search him.
He knew not from where it sprung.
There were no voices, faces or words
Poetry touched the man without a face".

Surrounded by foreign language 
And...

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Categories: ricardo, inspirationallove, poetry,
Form: Verse
Soaring by the Sea part 2
He held me then
I sobbed and
felt like a child 
in his understanding 
arms 
telling me to let it all out
not to wipe away the tears 
of radiant, pent up emotion 
but let them be dried...

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Categories: ricardo, happinessme, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pablo Neruda
“Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair”
Words that brought eroticism to bear
Penned by a man from the town of Parral
A poet for whom there’s no parallel.

Poetry won him acclaim,
Politics tarnished his name;
Pablo Neruda on...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ricardo, people
Form: Rhyme
Villechaize
(Dedicated to Herv'e Villechaize who died September 4, 1993.)

He starred in Fantasy island with Ricardo Montalban.
Since 1993, people have been sad because he's gone.
It was traumatic when he died.
I wish he hadn't committed suicide.
He was...

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Categories: ricardo, death, loss, on writing and words,
Form: I do not know?