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Premium Member This TransIt ReGeneration
My TransITion began there
right there
in my woodland playground,
when I first knew
something right feels wrong to others.

I was blind to curve-balls
hurled at me.
Being "It" is not why I grow
this TransIt mind and body!

Or, is it?

Could I...

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Categories: soccer, angst, birth, bullying, culture, destiny, earth, environment,
Form: Free verse

The Mountain Goat
The noise aboard the motor boat reminds me that I was not alone
The high perspiration smell from the young couple sitting beside me
caused me to remember the green wood’s in Virginia and the squirrels
chasing each...

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Categories: soccer, angel, courage, creation, friendship, leadership, love, missing,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member 4 Christmas pieces
How cool this was for this happy couple - a Christmas baby!
                  A Very Special Christmas

A little...

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Categories: soccer, christmas, pets, poetry,
Form: Verse
The Dancing: The Return Thereof

After banishing my foe off to hell
The Lord took pity on my soul 
And returned it to my undead shell
Again, I was alive and whole

But the consequences of a second chance
Meant that I would have...

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Categories: soccer, allusion, analogy, angst, anxiety, dance, dark, metaphor,
Form: Rhyme
When I was a boy I wanted to be Martin Luther King,
For his life sings of the strength of unconditional love,
Which can only come from above,
But when I became a man, I gave myself to...

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Categories: soccer,
Form: Bio

Premium Member Cautious Optimism

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Categories: soccer, world,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Camellia - Part 1 Translation From Tagore
This is a translation from the poem "Camellia", by Rabindranath Tagore, Nobel laureate Poet from India (1861 -1941) Understandably the story took place in late nineteenth century - early twentieth century Bengal. 

Her name is...

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Categories: soccer, life, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member la ferme
It was a cool, overcast and windy Sunday afternoon in March 2014. We were about 50 miles from Paris, at my Grandmère’s (grandmother’s) farm. She lives in Paris, but she owns a Château and surrounding...

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Categories: soccer, 4th grade, easter, family, friendship, grandmother, murder,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member AMERICA---TRASHED

Speak thee softly, of my countrymen.
Who gave their lives, their blood.
To launch this very great and noble land.
Neither you nor I, could do that task!
America is under siege from within.

Ah, indeed, most vociferously from
I do...

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Categories: soccer, america, angst, bullying, culture, history, how i
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Willow: A Fable
Timmy Tom Tuck was a young fellow with charm
who one summer stayed at his grandfather's farm.
He loved to eat ice cream and Grandma's baked goods
but his favorite thing was to play in the woods

He so...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: soccer, children, death, dream, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Fashion modeling with an eye on footballers - XXVII
Unquotable quotes: Fashion modeling with an eye on footballers – XXVII

Isn’t “haute couture” like “cordon bleu cuisine”? Both equally edible? You still have to pull the shrimp scales apart to get at the meat.

What do...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, beautiful, fashion, football, humorous, soccer,
Form: Epigram
Childhood Memories
Childhood Memories!

Playing soccer as a forward and a goalie in early childhood through first grade
meeting a pilot and a stewardess in kindergarten and even wanted to be a pilot for a while because I thought...

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Categories: soccer, 11th grade, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd
Form: Narrative
Premium Member In The Middle Of The Night
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time.  At 7:00 a.m. the next door neighbor rang the...

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Categories: soccer, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, funny,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Muscatine,Iowa was my kind of town
In the early 70’s my husband and our first baby, Angela, moved to Muscatine, Iowa, in the middle of the night, in the summer time.  At 7:00 a.m. the next door neighbor rang the...

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Categories: soccer, animal, community, fun, funny, humanity, humorous, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
The Drake Curse And Messi's Wizardry

Sport fraternity witness the reign of alien curse, 
emanating from the music world raising much fuss. 
The Drake curse which first came upon us in 2019. 
Paul Pogba became the...

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Categories: soccer, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Just Within Reach

just within reach?

lots of things!

stuff one could collect,
especially graphic novels
with a writer that made you wish
you had a photographic memory
so you would never forget even one 
consonant or one vowel he wrote.
with an artist who...

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Categories: soccer, introspection,
Form: I do not know?
the crying grass
The crying grass 
(for the late Victor Jara,* Pablo Neruda 
and Salvador Allende)
by ‘bro. zayid’

In this stadium
of footlaunched spotted balls
of what should be promising soccer stars…
In this stadium
reeking with the stench of terror
and the numbing...

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Categories: soccer, memory, violence,
Form: Free verse

I wanted a brown Labrador, blonde and black ,
I love them all
But I had made up my mind, anxiously I sat waiting for a call,
From the breeder, the phone rang ,
They had...

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Categories: soccer, death, dog, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Panicking Mom - BOTH Audio and Text versions
Danny’s got a baseball game at 4 this afternoon, and Sarah’s playing soccer at 4:30. Holy cow!
Tommy’s in a tournament that starts at 3 p.m., and if he’s going to make it, he would have...

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Categories: soccer, children, my children,
Form: Verse
The Lonely Little Pigeon
I am sitting on the park bench waiting for a friend
I am sitting on the park bench wondering 
When it is going to end
Chirping birds flying from tree to tree
 Dancing to their predicted destiny...

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Categories: soccer, absence, appreciation, confidence, creation, desire, endurance, friendship,
Form: Narrative
My Ex
I swear!
By the burning Sun and the silent moon
by the screeching noise of poets
I will not accept this letter today
I will not accept the letter even later
Mama taught me to think
The wisdom of listening and...

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Categories: soccer, abuse, animal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mad Men in High Places
If the world were a soccer ball I'd be mighty tempted
to kick it high to kingdom come.
After what I learned today I feel ripped off,
feeling the sparse warmth of a dimmed out sun.
Pray tell who...

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Categories: soccer, corruption, dark, death, environment,
Form: Rhyme
Undo Unmake
But breakfast’s subject beckons: 
the booster affair effect in Tumblr-
land? The digital map surveillance
co-sponsor the soccer mom sauce
minivan project, relay & speech 
to cell battery fiasco. Batteries 
have lives too, reads the cloud script.
FML maxims...

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Categories: soccer, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
The Bold Wind
I feel the wind passing through my hair blowing a sweet aroma in the atmosphere; the birds in the trees are flying around with glee and the scent of the fish blowing from the sea...

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Categories: soccer, appreciation, boat, community, passion, power, success, voyage,
Form: Free verse
You're Not Perfect The Way You Are, Part I
I saw children playing soccer,
running around this way and that,
that in itself was no issue,
it was the parents who were bad.
They insisted there was 'no score,'
and that nobody there would ‘win,’
that all of this was...

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Categories: soccer, feelings, how i feel, meaningful, philosophy, truth,
Form: Rhyme