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Childhood dreams part 1
When I was a child
Everything was magical
Full of mystery and the unknown
I read hundreds of books
The library my haven
My home
Hours upon hours
Night and day
I read and got lost in text
They supplied me with adventures
Secret journeys
Fun...

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Categories: sponge, childhood, cinderella, dream, fairy,
Form: Free verse



Give Me a Second to Breathe part 2
Pre-chorus: Give me a second to breathe...feeling this tension, this hesitation 
Give me a second to breathe...feeling this tension, this hesitation 
Give me a second to breathe and feel a pleasant sensation
Drench me with your...

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Categories: sponge, betrayal, depression, faith, hope, loneliness, missing you,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Candy Girl - 2




"Candy Girl" - 2



He had been watching her from the far end of the Ice Bar, where he was sitting propped up on an ice ledge which was cushioned in plush Reindeer hide and Yak...

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Categories: sponge, adventure, muse, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Throw the Blame on Me
Giving in to the silence one last time,
Everyone needs encouragement once in a while
Some need it everyday
For God’s sake, hear me out during this time of suffering
You're different from everyone else
It's not your fault x2
It's...

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Categories: sponge, anger, angst, beauty, confusion, deep, freedom, heart,
Form: Free verse
Inception: Crying a River - Collab with Mikey part 0
You’re like a backpack, jam-packed with memories of High School’s fun times and hard times…I know I had weaknesses back then; in addition, I had strengths that I still lack
You carry everyone’s weight including my...

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Categories: sponge, betrayal, blessing, dark, depression, desire, emotions,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member God's Kind Of Poetry
The finite contemplating the infinite
The stardust male and female still flush with light
From exploding stars, seeding new possibilities, our true progenitors.
So that even God Himself must take note of our passing (in its season),
Such elemental...

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Categories: sponge, god, poetry, universe,
Form: Blank verse
Chief garbage taster as fifth grade Halloween gag
Chief garbage taster as fifth grade Halloween gag
at Henry Kline Boyer Elementary School
interestingly enough landed me a grubhub grab bag.

I rooted thru poetry anthology of mine,
and came across an unpublished poem
by one obscure poet (me),...

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Categories: sponge, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
Of unknown origin
Nylon waste is often akin to a brushed out stable, manger, or stall. But brushing the carpet is often a resemblance of a swirling cloud of dust and tobacco shards and tobacco shards are not...

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Categories: sponge, beach, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
operating at a loss
I
How long have I been doing this
Throwing my time & money
Into a hole
Filling up notebooks
Mining overheard conversation
For lines
Squeezing the sponge
Of my wine soaked
Mind
Into the bucket
Of poetry
And now here we are
Gulping down the
Lead tainted water
Like Romans
Romans
Forced...

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Categories: sponge, anger, destiny, political,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love
Love

1.

I saw the bitter tears of unhappiness,
Running down your ravaged with pain
                       ...

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Categories: sponge, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dreams I Translation of Etiemble s poem Reves I by T Wignesan
The Deception of Free Verse: Dreams I, Translation of Etiemble’s L’imposture du vers libre by T. Wignesan 

(From René Etiemble’s only poetry collection: le Coeur et la cendre: soixante ans de poésie (the heart and...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sponge, creation,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Yuliya's Father's Cottage Part 1
The ride to the country is uneventful
Except that I feel a little like
A man riding inside a cannon ball.
Yuliya's father Igor drives
I'm also up front (the honored guest)       ...

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Categories: sponge, love, integrity, , memorial,
Form: Blank verse
Weird Lucid Dream
I had a dream a scary dream. 
That I had a business 
Hot and sexy business. 

In my dream i owned a Modeling company 
For men 
In that dream I was not rich but ready...

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Categories: sponge, beauty, dream, fantasy, jobs, light, night, sleep,
Form: Bio
Chief garbage taster as fifth grade Halloween gag
at Henry Kline Boyer Elementary School

As a Halloween costume, 
one year during early grade school, 
my father got the brilliant idea 
for his sole son to be dressed 
with one of a kind getup.

Missus Shaner...

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Categories: sponge, 5th grade, adventure, autumn, character, father son,
Form: Free verse
Chief egalitarian garbage taster ie white trash
Chief egalitarian garbage taster i.e. “white trash”

As Halloween costume, 
one year during early grade school, 
my father got brilliant idea 
for sole son dressed
uniquely rubbish qua 
putrid offal getup. 

Missus Shaner (talon clawed, 
shriveled relic...

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Categories: sponge, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 5th
Form: Free verse
Life in a flash
Born into this World, clean in both heart and soul
Untarnished except for God’s pure hands
Sitting up by myself, consuming more and more
A language starting to form in my head
My cries in the day and night...

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Categories: sponge, family, growing up, life, day, life, me,
Form: Free verse
DONALD TRUMP MUST BE PERMANENTLY BARRED AND FURLOUGHED TODAY
FROM WHITE HOUSE

I ham aghast at increasing banality, deviltry, ferocity,

   imbecility, liability, obscenity, rapacity, ugly

   offal popularity witnessed by Donald trump

hence aye aerate thoughts, 

   how ass a nine...

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Categories: sponge, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, betrayal,
Form: Cowboy Poetry
Premium Member I Am A Tree

Things were not going anything close to my way that day.  So, I decided
to take a walk through a lovely park among the green grass and trees.
No sooner than I sat under an old...

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Categories: sponge, earth, giving, life, tree,
Form: Personification
Child once more
Wouldn't it be wonderful to wake up one morning
To find you were still a child
So much energy jumping up and down upon your bed
So many wonders and thoughts swirling through your bed
No responsibilities
Just fun and...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sponge, adventure, child, childhood, fun, funny, growing up,
Form: Couplet
Rental rebate plus affordable rent
Rental rebate plus affordable rent...

One benefit living at
Highland Manor Apartments
until decrepit and bent...
constitutes qualifying for reimbursement
direct deposited into checking
as chump change event,
hence one generic grateful gent
feels self satisfied as Clark Kent.

After wing and prayer
granted courtesy...

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Categories: sponge, america, beautiful, blessing, encouraging, happiness, humorous, march,
Form: Rhyme
WHEN The WIND COMES DOWN LONG LAKE in OCTOBER
WHEN The WIND COMES DOWN LONG LAKE in OCTOBER 
 
(1 AM in the morning  -  Naples, Maine)

When unseasonable lake water balm 
meets you tripping out of Ricks’ Café 
after midnight
you know those...

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Categories: sponge, autumn, farewell, feelings, water, wind,
Form: Free verse
Again and Again
Still happened again?
Or I'm the one who can't explain?
I've tried baby, can't you see?
Is it true you liked to unite like a bee?
Or you will only love me when you a free?
Don't waste time love...

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Categories: sponge, 11th grade,
Form: Imagism
Create In Me
Create in me an extraordinary spirit of Pure Hope and Everlasting Love
Stitch me up, for I have been torn apart by a forlorn heart 
Refrain from shedding your sorrows upon me – these clothes don’t...

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Categories: sponge, adventure, change, dedication, deep, emotions, encouraging, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member BECAUSE I LOVE YOU




I saw the bitter tears of unhappiness
Running down your agonizing face,
Ravaged with pain,

And I became a sponge of compassion
To absorb them.


I heard the howling 
Of your starving stomach,
Echoing throughout your rebellious drained veins,

And I became...

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Categories: sponge, friendship love, humanity, society,
Form: Free verse
Oh moles
A translucent but lucid idea is best held by a pea in a pod. A pea in a pod is protected whilst in the pod but shelling the peas means that the pea would then...

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Categories: sponge, adventure, africa,
Form: I do not know?