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Premium Member Divine Comedy translation CANTO XII
Was the place where we climbing down the bank
Then arrived, alpine and, for what was there
Such as, that any eyesight would be shrank.

Similar to landslide that in side bare
Before Trento the Adige just smote,
Or for...

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Categories: sock, fantasy, universe,
Form: Terza Rima



Things that Stuff My Mind
Exhausted, yet I can't sleep
So glad that I don't want to weep
You're living your epic life 
While mine cuts like a knife 

Under the horizon,
I see the reflection of the sun
Over the rainbow,
I see a...

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Categories: sock, deep, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Te Amo, Love
Love is so overrated
But, my love towards you, in which I prize,
Is, to you, overrated

Melt away my heart of ice
I'll be your living sacrifice
Roll the dice, play the piano
Pay the price, te amo...te amo…
I watch...

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Categories: sock, appreciation, beautiful, beauty, change, cute love, deep,
Form: Romanticism
Desperate message to Kim jong un
Pardon any absent adulation, bequeathed capitulation, devoted dedication, indiscretion, blabbering peroration, improper salutation or any unintended vexation if this unknown earthling sent a nearly identical message. He over-looked a small number of errors and hoped...

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Categories: sock, abuse, dark, emotions, evil, hate, war, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Make Do and Mend
Make Do and Mend,

Years ago we had jobs
We had fun and money in our pocket
Things were much better then
Once you could go out the door
And never ever lock it

But still so many struggled
To buy food...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sock, community,
Form: Verse



Premium Member The Wound That Never Heals
Science can’t save you, neither can religion,
at least Popper and Niebuhr, philosophers and poets,
are entertainers, which is why actors and athletes
are paid so much. Thanks for the summaries.
I was teaching Shakespeare’s 92nd ridiculous sonnet
to my...

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Categories: sock, christian, husband, mother, music, night, prayer, snow,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Rassphrass and LeRoy's Love Story
Rassaphrass’s husband LeRoy went out for garlic bread on a Tuesday.  She ate all the spaghetti and meatballs before he returned, to teach him a lesson, because he took too long.  He brought...

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Categories: sock, fun,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A WISH FOR FISH
A WISH FOR ALL FISH

Washed up on shores around the world
Already dead, a whale, a dolphin a shark, 
All marine life is suffering, the situation
Has become absurd, 
The facts real and stark!
My Fairy God mother...

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Categories: sock, fish,
Form: Free verse
Sprinkle Grace Upon My Wings
There is strength within you
So, why are you so scared of the dark?
There is strength within you
But, you must stay resilient…don’t show your fear
For, they feed on it like blood entering in the nostrils of...

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Categories: sock, angst, beauty, change, dedication, deep, emotions, words,
Form: Free verse
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: sock, fantasy, humor,
Form: Free verse
Flat On My Face
I've fallen flat on my face 
And I can't get up
I wanna leave this place 
But I gotta pick my face up 1st
Looking in the mirror has become the worst
Cause I gotta look at this...

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Categories: sock, absence, cheer up, deep, depression, heart,
Form: Free verse
I'm Not Crazy Over Your Goodbyes
I'm not crazy over goodbyes, so get lost, negativity from another source
I fell away and fell for your lies - I was vulnerable and naïve of course
I'm not under your spell anymore, so quit playing...

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Categories: sock, angst, deep, depression,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Call Me Tex
When I was just a teenage lad, and growing up out west
I never wore a cowboy hat or fancy leather vests,
never put on cowboy boots or western shirts with snaps,
never wore tooled leather belts, much...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sock, home, humorous, me, satire,
Form: Cowboy
Put a Sock in It
You say I’m crazy
I would say otherwise
Change is a challenging chore, 
But honey, I ain’t a bore

Put a sock in it…
Stop throwing your childish fit
Pressured to do something I don’t want to
Ta-ta…love of mine
I’m fading...

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Categories: sock, anger, angst,
Form: Free verse
The Reunion
The sixty-year reunion
of the class of '55
was quite a celebration
for the ones who had survived...

First came prissy Pomeroy-
then Milford, Meeks, and Moody
who like old crows, perched and cawed
at busty old Miss Trudy

While Trudy curled her...

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Categories: sock, age, character, growth, humor, humorous, people, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Of Road Rage and the Poetrysoup Profanity Policy
As Joe was biking down the side of the road
He ran across a chap with a dearth of driving skills.  
Or more accurately, the driver almost ran over Joe; 
'Twas one of life’s unwanted...

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Categories: sock, anger, conflict, culture, funny, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Grandad the superhero
Grandad The Superhero

My grandad was a superhero,
You would not think it true,
For now he’s old and very slow,
And he only wears one shoe.

He used to soar across the sky,
Birdman was his name,
But now he can...

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Categories: sock, 1st grade, child, grandfather, grandparents, hero,
Form: Rhyme
A Toe
Take the left toe on the left foot
The second one in from the end
Between the little and middle 
Focus on its majestic quality
Though alone and forgotten in a sock
Keep it with you at all times...

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Categories: sock, appreciation, identity, image, meaningful, mystery, ocean, silly,
Form: Free verse
You Told Me
2/23/18


On me you'd tittle tattle
Too often you told me fiddle-faddle
Now you're beginning to unravel
Can't even handle
Your own battle
And are being used an example
For what happens when you pull a scandal


You told me claptrap
It's time I...

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Categories: sock, dark, perspective, poetry, rap, remember, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Diana at the Ides of August, Part Two
She's a Messenger, a standard bearer of a Message of Love.  She's Love's unforgettable fruition and flower.  With Her trusty hounds bounding along beside Her, She suddenly races ahead, crossing the beach, down...

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Categories: sock, absence, bereavement, betrayal, courage, encouraging, faith,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Bottom Drawer
An eight-drawer dresser sits in an attic corner
Under the east wall dormer
It has a drawer that's quite a bother
It's the bottom drawer, a pesky drawer
That the family tries to ignore
It won’t open, it sticks and...

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© Carol Zic  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sock, nostalgiafamily, old, time, grandmother, family, old, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CRABBY OLD MAN
This poem was written by an old man who died in the geriatric
Ward of a nursing home in North Platte, Neb.  He left nothing 
Of  value, only this poem which I thought had...

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Categories: sock, lifeme, heart, old, heart, love, me, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member GLOBAL POLITICIANS -POLLUTION-
Global Pollution 
This is a hate Crime Rhyme
Opposing all of he or she who passed a veto 
I will slam everyone in the House of Representatives 
Away with the “HATE CRIME” law
Global Politicians waste our...

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Categories: sock, giving, hate, me, political,
Form: Free verse
What Do You See
I found this old poem while helping to clean out a house that was vacant. I hope you 
don't mind that I didn't write it but it was too awesome not to post. Enjoy--------
 ...

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Categories: sock, angst, confusion, death, devotion, faith, family, happiness,
Form: Narrative
Burn Victim
What happened?

I bolt awake, the heat of the fire 
Still burning in my brain.

Oh, it was just a dream.

Or was it?  I look at my skin, 
Realize it’s black and bloody all at once
Cracked,...

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Categories: sock, hope, life, loss, me, life, me,
Form: Free verse