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Premium Member Come See The Mystery
In wooden covered wagons on the out 
Flanks of town is where you will find the
Gypsy encampment.
Do you have an inquisitive mind?
They have all kinds of entertainment
That has to be lucrative for them to stay
Alive...

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Categories: adventure, culture, dance, emotions, fantasy, food, fun,
Form: Rondeau Redouble



Premium Member Think of Me
I'll be thinking of you as the cloak of night weeps lullabies to the waiting moon,
where morning star through cloudless sky sips the sweet of morning dew,
still, if the light should forget to shine, the...

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Categories: remember, romantic,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Unbearable beauty in red
The first time I saw her playfully dancing in the breeze
to the soft rustling music played by the bright autumn leaves.
Under the dusky rose sky bursting in shades of red flame,
she looked like a quaint...

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Categories: beauty, crush, love,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Blessed Dawn
Though I knew not whether you'd be boy or girl,
I needed to give you a name.
I wanted for it to be a meaning of special
As you are to me the same.
In as the dawn brings...

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Categories: death, faith, life, religion, father, me, father,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member LOVER AND FRIEND
LOVER AND FRIEND


Relationships are precious, like lover and friend 
Cherished much longer – built on trusting love and care	
Hence, losing one: melancholy – a tragic end	
Why have to lose one? Is life really that unfair?...

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Categories: friend, love, relationship, sweet,
Form: Rondeau Redouble



Premium Member WE WILL WALK OUR RAINS - collab: James Fraser
WE WILL WALK OUR RAINS

Welcome the falling rain with a rainbow smile
dripping onto our face rippling even the sea.
Flowers and bushes mottled wet along the aisle
together in the pouring rain, running with glee!

Without a care...

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Categories: inspirational, life, love, rain, relationship, sweet, together,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
GRANDDAD'S Homemade BEAN SOUP
GRANDDAD’S Homemade BEAN SOUP

Bean soup was served ‘cause Granddad was in town. 
     Yes, every grown up in the neighborhood. 
Was glad when Granddad’s boat was homeward bound. 
  ...

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Categories: family, food, loveboat, love,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Lover and Friend
Relationships are precious, like lover and friend 
Cherished much longer – built on trusting love and care	
Hence, losing one: melancholy – a tragic end	
Why have to lose one? Is life really that unfair? 

We are...

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Categories: emotions, feelings, friend, love,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member It Came And Passed
It came and passed, and not a word was spoken
     as trills sang sweet from the tongue of the sparrow.
          Indifference now,...

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Categories: heartbroken,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member A PLACE IN THE SUN
A PLACE IN THE SUN


A place in the sun, it's there I want to run. . .
Orange and yellow palette brush my face,
they dry my wells of fears and so I won,
I-- slowly flower from...

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Categories: emotions, faith, god, inspiration, love,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Their Kind
In Japan the small is much revered, 
transformed within the womb of heart and mind
to grandeur never gained by those who fear
what is unseen, unsaid, what’s left behind.

A leaf, a sheaf, a treasured grief in...

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Categories: caregiving, friendship, history, inspirational, love, natural disastersheart,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Do You Want Me
Do you want me to leave you without tears?

Can I part, my beloved, without grief?

But separation drives shaft deep that sears

Thus my heart wounded dying most too brief.


Remembrance steals its way in like a thief.

Your...

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Categories: grief,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Drone
I fly wide-eyed into the glinting night, 
Along valleys with man-made stars aglow. 
Thrills and sorrows on both sides line my flight, 
Neon rivers flow restless down below. 

Grandiose dreams from serried rooftops crow, 
Million-watt...

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Categories: city, culture, desire, dream, hope, people, sin,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Railway Child
As a child I lived near a railway track,
And I used to watch the trains rushing by,
Now I am older I often look back,
And visualise a smoke-blackened sky.

As a "bush" youngster I was very shy,
And...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, appreciation, child, house, me, mother,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Life's Seven Seas
The sails are raised upon the ship "Unknown,"
to travel slowly on life's seven seas.
I look upon such things as I am shown,
in hopes to solve life's little mysteries.

I now am sailing with a gentle breeze-
to...

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Categories: adventure, devotion, faith, inspirational, life, philosophy, travel,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member The Melt Down
As ashen storm clouds brew above his head,
his furrowed brow denotes catastrophe. 
The lash of his tongue like fire brings such dread
a broken heart is all she can foresee.

Heated anger joins the howl on winds...

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Categories: child, fire, heart, hope, mother, son, storm,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Samaritans
Joanna Davis

How much are you… willing to give?
Lay down your life so they may live.
In this cold world when passions flame
burns so bight beneath your name.

I still believe in what your said…
that time will come...

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© jo davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, brother, fantasy, hope, introspection, philosophy, visionary,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Past Our Prime
I liked it back when we were thought a pair
And held in high esteem by lovers all
Who envied what it was we seemed to share
when we were also fooled within that thrall

As actors lose themselves...

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Categories: divorce, hurt, i miss you, sad, sad
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Guessing Game
Death is but life and life is death, I wonder,
Where does the spirit go when it's released?
Many beliefs have a different thought,
The body is just breathing that has ceased.

We wonder how many years we have...

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Categories: faithlife, body, life, , atheist,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Time To Return
Time to return to the days of my youth,
Retracing the pathway back to the past,
Acknowledging what is known to be truth,
Time now to accept redemption at last.

So much accumulates over the years,
One grows long in...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, day, feelings, memory, time, youth,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Beware Boo Radley
Whatever you do, keep out of that place,
That old house with troubles beset,
Boo Radley never shows his face,
But he hasn't been carried out yet.

I remember - how could I forget?
When that family was in disgrace,
Boo's...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, anxiety, death, family, house, space,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Not The Best
I would not call school my favourite place,
I had not the least ambition to learn,
I attended with a very bad grace,
No doubt I caused my poor parents concern.

I was introverted and taciturn,
With a permanent frown...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: childhood, class, feelings, memory, school, teacher,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Perhaps Part One
Referring to the planets in the sky,
An astrologer has a point of view,
One that some others would not dignify,
Considering it palpably untrue.

Some Christians regard it as a sin,
A grave impertinence for us to try
To undermine...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, christian, god, stars,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
What the Eye Sees the Heart Cannot Forget
The little shack on the other side of the hill
Now another monument to death, he knows
But something beckons, something, still
This is the path the warrior chose.

Gun pointed at the scattering shadows
Nobody to trust, it’s better...

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© J. Amorose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, leaving, nostalgia, solitude,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Unimaginable
I utterly refuse to imagine
A world in which poetry is absent,
It would be almost as great a sin
To say that the world lacks sentiment.

I doubt if I could ever be content
To follow any other discipline,
To...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, bereavement, death, music, poetry, tribute,
Form: Rondeau Redouble