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Premium Member Bergfried
I.	  The Settlement

          Hickory bark bluffs
          at the blend of two 

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Categories: simile, adventure, allusion, metaphor, myth, native american, remember,
Form: Narrative

The day was fine and sunlit,
Decorated by several clouds 
drifting aimlessly in the radiant ocean-blue sky.
Chorused by gentle puffs of the morning breeze,
Sending leaves on the streets twirling like
ballerinas in a dazzling and mesmerising dance.

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© Jamie Pan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, courage, fear, metaphor, natural disasters, school, ,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Poetry Anthology Part 1
Woven are these pages in poetic verse,
With bare threads of our deepest feelings,
You will find laughter, tears and remorse,
and words of wisdom, prayer and healings. 
Krish Radhakrishna

The words herein form an anthology of love
From the...

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Categories: simile, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mooku: Haikus On the Moon: With Cliff Notes
1. Lunar Perspective #1

month long day and night
also sees earth wax and wane
no season penchant

2. Lunar Perspective #2

moon's sun mimics earth's
earth pirouettes on star stage
sun’s smile Cheshire Cat

3. Lunar Perspective #3

moon turns once per month

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Categories: simile, life, love, moon, science, perspective,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Anatomy of a Kural: Maxim 245 of the Thirukkural By Thiruvalluvar
The Anatomy of a Kural: Maxim Number 245 (taken at random) of the Thirukkural, the Tamil Classic on Ethics by Thiruvalluvar 

allal arulaalvaarkku illai valivalangum

mallalmaa naalam kari (K245)

“The teeming earth's vast realm, round which the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, education, metaphor, philosophy, poetry, tamil,
Form: Couplet

Rileys Comet
A  stunning scene. Edited for our insatiable reading pleasure.  High on a tight-rope.
The debutant wearing her 2-piece at one end. The isis general at the other.The plot is for them to tip-toe, slowly...

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Categories: me, simile,
Form: I do not know?
Ode To African Child
Oh! African child, the temple
A redient beauty of nature
Thou are the cradle capital
 Of humanity and creatures
The founder of patriarchal

Oh! African child,
The coy the toy of the wife
Beauty of nature and life
The belike of Bowie...

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Categories: simile, africa, baby, birth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Son of Amittai - 1 of 2
commissioning and attempted escape
“Son of Amittai, to Nineveh, go
And tell them of their great impending woe;
Their evil, like a stench, has come to me.”

But Jonah ran; he traveled down to Joppa.
(Wait, Jonah who? Oh, Amittai’s...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, bible, fish,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Premium Member Our World Changing, Not For the Better - Potd
It's not hard to see or tell this world of ours 
Isn't the same as it used to be. Granted, it has 
Never been perfect, but I've seen better days
I've become numb to a cavalcade...

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Categories: anger, emotions, life, political, simile, world,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Poet Identity
Poet Identity

In conversations,
In biographies,
In resumes…all poets are writers,
    but not all writers are poets.
On a careful look into the mirror, when not looking
    for wrinkles, but staring deep into...

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Categories: character, desire, destiny, humanity, inspiration, simile, spiritual,
Form: Prose
Premium Member King Day
(A Retrospective Perspective)

			     David said to Solomon his son, be
			strong and of good courage, and do 
			it: fear not, nor be dismayed: for the
			Lord God…will be with thee; he will

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Categories: allegory, america, celebration, history, inspirational, metaphor, simile,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member We Wait For Thee


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Categories: jesus, marriage, simile,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Goodbye Maya Angelou
Clinton's Inauguration 1993

You were so beautiful, Maya
Standing in front of the
President and the First Lady

I didn’t really understand
Your Pulse Of Morning 
Presidential inauguration poem
I kind of got lost in the dinosaur theme
Poems about Mastodons usually

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Categories: angel, courage, emotions, poetry, presidents day, simile,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Monoku Monday - Dec 2020
"Reigning Cats and Dogs"   Posted 6 Dec 2020

the difference between dogs and cats is      dogs have owners, cats have staff 

who's supposed to read the signs that say...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, cat, dog, humor, pets,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Words Specifically
Collecting words has
resulted into a lifetime of gathering.
now I am choosing which
words to send you;
I send you choice words on special days,
and specific words on chosen days.
I share words that are specific to
‘’The cause’ ’or...

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Categories: emo, extended metaphor, simile, words,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Miracle On 44th Street
Lyrical On 44th Street

The argument started at the table
He was too soft,
 too timid to quote Gable
She said ,"Your dreams aren't keeping the lights on.
If I see you writing again, your...

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Categories: simile, caregiving, change, family, father son, inspirational, retirement,
Form: Free verse
Existential Conundrum
detangling figurative philosophical,
     (i.e. ineffable) thread tightly bound
most likely requires a greater capacity
     (than mine) to expound,
considerably superior than
this feeble intellectual attempt,

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Categories: simile, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Immaculate Deception
Had been perfect and free from corruption, a natural singularity
Fractals proceeding from fractals in perfect regularity
Then, all of a sudden – a cataclysm – this pattered had been shattered
Like crystals being diluted by a prankster...

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Categories: simile, 8th grade, 9th grade, absence, allusion, anger,
Form: Abecedarian
Too Many Lives Are Floating In This Flood Wave
Too many lives are floating in this flood wave

Mon Ami,

I am honored to be included in your exposition
Theological border walls

You were opening your glittering purse, 
A set of cloth line clips,

I was gazing there
From a...

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Categories: simile, for her,
Form: Free verse
Ethereal Egg
Might it be a pool or wishing well
with rainbow ripples round it wound
within an enchanted cosmic dell
of a fabulous world newfound—

or perhaps a spacetime passageway
that tunnels through regions yonder
to place where poets come out to...

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Categories: simile, animal, humanity, imagery, imagination, nature, space, stars,
Form: Ekphrasis
Whats about these flaws that everyone is scared of 
Scared enough to hide behind a mask
But never show them to the world 
Somewhere we are scared to live in this for too long as well

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Categories: art, beautiful, cute, literature, poetry, simile, writing,
Form: Free verse
Take a Deep Breath
I take a deep breath, then I breath out...
I breath doubts, but I guess I breath now
But my breathe shall allow me tear this industry down
Can ya feel this chemistry, About to make history
At this...

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Categories: simile, analogy, cool, feelings, hip hop, imagination, world,
Form: Free verse
Epiphany: a Poet In Love
Did Shakespeare ever fall in love?
A rose by any other name would 
stink as sweet!
What would Y'eshua say if indeed 
Magdalene was his favorite disciple?
What miracles would he impress her 
So as to savor her...

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© Myq Wudz  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: simile, love
Form: Blank verse
Poem Written Near a Cemetery 1 of 2
Poem written near a Cemetery  1 of 2
On 13th February 2012

While moving near the walls of a cemetery, 
I saw the glimpse 
Of a bunch of some tiny wild flowers,
Blooming in the golden Sunlight...

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Categories: simile, history, people, lost, wife, memory, day, grave,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Irreconcilable Paradox
*Image of Paradox of a Mindfoolness.

Irreconcilable Paradox

The midnight sun casts about clear shadows amidst a
     twilight noon, 'tis yesterday.
The windy gale brews, astir none to wake the quietude,

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, imagination, irony, metaphor, riddle, satire, simile,
Form: Rhyme