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Premium Member AT THE FOOTBRIDGE - LIMERICK COLLABORATION
At the footbridge Sue was meeting her beau
(He was married to a woman called Flo)
Sue soon found out his deception
She dismembered his erection
For his love life it was a massive blow

To the hospital fled poor...

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Categories: roger, betrayal, body, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Happy Fourth of July, Or Happy Independence Day
Happy Fourth Of July, Or Happy Independence Day

On this day we celebrate and commemorate the birth of our nation, The United States of America's Independence from Great Britain's monarchical hold and liberty's triumph
Congress voting in...

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Categories: roger, america, birthday, celebration, firework, food, freedom, fun,
Form: List
Poet Convention 2014
Poet Convention

Lost in a poets convention, 
I can't recall every poem, I've read through the years
50518, unique comments I 'validate'--- 
Thank You For Sharing Your Happy and Sad tears 
Since March 24, 2010 In the...

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Categories: roger, celebration, character, dedication, farewell, goodbye, inspiration, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The First Thanksgiving
The First Thanksgiving (Sept. 3, 1578)

The shortest distance to Cathay 
(Land of riches: silks, teas and spices)
Lay to the north to the South Sea.
Didn’t Barlow tell the King,
Was reserved for England.

The routes ‘round the Capes
Were...

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Categories: roger, education, history, holiday, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day, voyage,
Form: Verse
Premium Member THE MALE MENOPAUSE - please feel free to join in the collaboration
Ted’s libido has now gone astray
He refused a quick roll in the hay
So what could be the cause -   
It’s the male menopause   
He’s been grumpy and snappy all day!
 
His...

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Categories: roger, age, body, humorous, men,
Form: Limerick



The Three Little Pigs - A New Story
Now here's a tale that needs to be told
Of three little pigs so very different
Their names were Ernest, Roger and Winky
These names by their parents were given

Now I could say these pigs were not so...

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Categories: roger, fantasy, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Apollo Horizon
I am not a sanctuary
do not come to me for sanctuary, 
I am a supernova,  the Saturn V rocket
prepared to penetrate the highest blue sky
with a 6.5 million pound payload ride,
my rocket shell steams...

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Categories: roger, adventure, dedication, faith,
Form: Epic
Innocent of the Racket
I was strolling to the entrance of the Barley Tavern,
when I was passed at quite a rate by angry Billy Brown.
He’s mumbling and cursing before he kicked the Tavern cat,
and blamed it as the reason...

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Categories: roger, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rolling Stones
Once upon a time in the lands from the north, south, east to west    
Navigating on the cold white sands formed of sugar and ice       ...

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© G. Jay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: roger, funny, mountains, ocean, river, silly,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Remembering Atari - Part 1
(Unsigned, Sealed, and Delivered)

Part 1:
Oh I worked several years at Atari (1)
Always thinking, "It's too good to last,"
Bushnell's (2) leaving - hand writing on rampart -
Though momentum would carry us past.

Nolan's (2) vision was not...

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Categories: roger, career, journey, life,
Form: Rhyme
Mutiny Against Stupidity
The world is like a sea
The countries are mobile ships
When a great plague washes over
Not from scruby, but from corona.

The colonial ships take extreme measures
To keep their colonies safe and secure
By staying indoors to keep...

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© Megan Ryan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: roger, poetry,
Form: Free verse
NOSTALGIA, THOSE WERE THE DAYS
We all think that when we were young 
The sun shone for 23 hours a day
Not altogether true
But it seems that way in hindsight
But things always look better looking back
They were more innocent times
More naïve...

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Categories: roger, nostalgiatime, time,
Form: Narrative
One Year Ago
Well, it has been one year since I joined Poetry Soup.
I smile now, because I have met this wonderfully diverse group.

August 7th, 2013 was a day that would change my life.
I finally found the place...

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Categories: roger, anniversary, appreciation, friendship, inspiration, poetry, poets, thank
Form: Couplet
The Ever Rising Science Star
The brightest star so renowned,
Modern Cosmology well-governed!
The Universe was examined and Black Holes too
Brought General Relativity and Quantum Gravity intact!
Was he the one who diagnosed with dreadful ALS,
Transformed black holes from inexorable gravitational prisons?
“Lived decades...

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Categories: roger, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, identity,
Form: Free verse
DESPERATELY WONDERFULLY ILL
Was never sure whether or not to laugh, smile or cry when
auntie came to tea, a matriarch she, wearing white gloves
plus purple cardigan - seven buttons tidy, top one below chin,
and a black beret perched precariously...

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: roger, appreciation, books, love, passion, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
carnival
Its carnival season again in Trinidad
The whole country in a party mood
With steel pan, soca and calypso
Beautiful women and all kind of food

It has a big show in Skinners Park
Tonight in san Fernando
And we boys...

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Categories: roger, celebration, culture, history,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member BIO:CLOSING TIME,MEMORIES




       CLOSING TIME AT THE PUB


The joy, the camaraderie, the smoke.
The great ale, my great friends in Chicago.
Old Town, North Avenue, twas Chicago,1967.
O' Rourke's Pub, where else?
Smoky, filled with...

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Categories: roger, chicago, friendship, memory,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Capitalist
The Capitalist


It was dark out
winds from the north
branches swaying over granite graves
The night seemed ominous

Poem will resume after this ad

	Have been thinking about a funeral plot? Who hasn't? We have some 	of the best plots...

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Categories: roger, america, discrimination, friendship, humorous, people, political, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
CROCODILE CHIT - CHAT
CROCODILE     CHIT - CHAT



So there  am  I  sitting, basking,  mouth wide-open in the swamp,   
An Egyptian plover just a-cleaning my teeth  -  ...

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Categories: roger, funnyme, old, me, old, mum,
Form: Prose Poetry
Manchester United 1958 Part three of three
by Robert (Bob) Moore © 2015

I heard Jackie, crying, and when I turned around
I saw the body of Roger Byrne, lay across him on the ground
Jackies arm was bleeding bad, so a tourniquet I tied
and...

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© Bob Moore  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: roger, death, football, obituary,
Form: Dramatic Verse
HOW COULD I FORGET
#How could I forget# 
How could I forget your widely smiling face,
Your warm enwrapping hugs, your frequent gifts of grace,
Before your brilliant mind, which used to dazzle bright,
Gave way to Alzheimer’s dark unrelenting blight. 

How...

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Categories: roger, appreciation, christian, dad, death, friendship, goodbye, memory,
Form: Ode
Vacation Day 1
I sat in a meditative state
Released everything inside
Hollowed out my being
For a single parent whose son had died

I drove a thoughtless road
Until my destination was in view
Roger was crying in the shop
I didn't know what...

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Categories: roger, death, depression, family, father, loss, war, son,
Form: Bio
Premium Member O Witless Quill




"O Witless Quill"




O witless quill
sharply dipped in smiles leering
joust they your words
on their egos competing
galloping black stallions, see them fall
shiny armour felled knights
and petulant proud Queens now all shiny amour, in their saddles riding

Merry rogers
Merry...

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Categories: roger, dark, imagery, journey, light, mystery, psychological, word
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Baseball By The Numbers
Some numbers tumble down the hallowed halls of baseball’s past -
a sport of numbers after all, these memories hold fast.
Stan Musial wore #6, Lou Gehrig, #4;
the “luckiest man in all the earth”, great player AND...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: roger, baseball,
Form: Rhyme
Homeward Path
        Homeward Path                         ...

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Categories: roger, lifeme,
Form: I do not know?