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I have a blinking broken foot
>I have a blinking broken foot.  
By Stanley Russell Harris
The new mad author
&
Poetry soup honourably mentioned.

I have a blinking broken foot.
My left one can you not see.
The picture’s on my Facebook page.
For all of...

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Categories: sprain, anxiety, feelings, pain, self, today,
Form: I do not know?



Lost in the City
I was walking home from work about four thirty in the morn,
and was crossing o’er the railway line before the coming dawn,
when my foot slipped off the iron rail and I felt my ankle sprain,
then...

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Categories: sprain, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
A Rainy Dawn
A mere walk in the street with some old memories,
At a mute dawn with lighted bulbs;
Recalling again some old sceneries 
Sore retrospect running in my arteries.
Under the bridge I came; to wonder
Heard some drops falling...

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Categories: sprain, hope, life, lost love, nature, rain, sad,
Form: Rhyme
A PUPPY'S CRY
Irene went for her usual morning walk around six;
the August breeze was dry and fragrantly crisp,
one could tell she was injured as her aching hips
made her miss a step as she bit on her weathered...

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Categories: sprain, dog, friendship, ireland, miracle, senses, sports, strength,
Form: Rhyme
The Past I Fear
I Grasp Fear With An Open Mind 
And Although I Fear Not One
Here Comes The Past In Rewind
To Pause Is Merely A Pun
 
Bewildered About Emotions
As If Tranced Inside A Spell
Under The Influence Of A...

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Categories: sprain, love, heart, fear, heart, life, me,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member From The Desk Of A Barry University Buccaneer Parrot
Champ was there ready to go 
Feeling really defensive about this attack though 
Problem was the Canes were not there 
Did they not care? 
“I am glad I said no to the offer Sebastian made...

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Categories: sprain, animal, bird, cheer up, christmas, dog, drink,
Form: Rhyme Royal
The heart is fine art
The heart is fine art.
A complex body part.
One that  beats along roads with a spear part. 
Through this body part all things are felt. 
This is the vital organ to the body of the...

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Categories: sprain, art, caregiving, confusion, hope, inspirational, life, loss,
Form: Rhyme
Sherlock Holmes and the Mysterious Case of Appundicitis
A double sonnet in which the great detective and his faithful sidekick, Dr. Watson, 
alternately deduce the cause of Sherlock’s latest malady…

Part the first
Sherlock could not deduce his source of pain
at first. “Try as I...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sprain, friend,
Form: Sonnet
Favourite Poem
Brain Drain Explained 

There's an echo in my ears,
And a heart full of tears,
Going down, going down the drain,

There's a cry on fingertips,
And a why on my lips,
Going up, going up the brain,

There's an ache...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sprain, fun, write,
Form: Rhyme
Two Cats and a Man
Two cats are singing midst the rain,
"Meow, mara, meow!" at the side of the train.
"Shut UP, now!" shouts a man in vain.
"Meow, but it's cold, and I'm wetting my mane!"

"If you are quiet, or restrain
I...

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© Jose Solis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sprain, allegory, animals, children, funny, life, people, pets,
Form: I do not know?
excuses
the dog Charley ate my poem
that's what my excuse is
the wind flew it down my street
the same place that my muse is

my boss said "get back to work NOW!"
"the deadline is here for your idea",
I'd...

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© Goode Guy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sprain, funny, imagination, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
STRIVE 1
Life is hard, tough, rough, like a brilo-pad
Growing up, street smart was all I had
I had no choice but to turn to the hood
It's difficult trying to change for the good
What do you do when...

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Categories: sprain, life, metaphor, pain, people, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Sprained
Pop and a crackle
A dreadful noise you hear
When ya leap off the bike
Onto the pavement below
As the pain begins to settle
While the wheel slowly spun.

Aching and groaning
Crying and whining
Hyperventilating and panicing
These thoughts rushed through my...

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© Megan Ryan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sprain, anger, anxiety, pain, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Le Coucher du Soleil Romantique





*Charles Baudelaire translated poem*

How fair is the fresh rise of the sun beam
Bursting with shine sending a warm greeting
And whoever can...

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Categories: sprain, romantic love, spiritual,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Just Wearing Socks


I know a young lady, her name is Kim

Whenever I see her, she makes my heart grin

They call her a doctor, but to me she's a friend

Whatever my ailment she knows how to mend

With every...

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Categories: sprain, friend,
Form: Narrative
Proposition of morality
I have awakened myself rather consciously,
Like a rush or a cry of spirituality…
The focus in my mind set aimlessly…
We need a proposition of morality.

Barely even touched by the decadence,
Striking generations lost in a trance
Fabricated dreams...

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Categories: sprain, people
Form: Rhyme
Why Is Clay Aiken? (
Is it an ankle sprain
Is it muscle strain
Did he hurt his back
Is his shoulder out of whack
I am so worried, I can't stop my hands from shakin'
I must know Why is Clay Aiken?
Did he fall...

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Categories: sprain, funny, world,
Form: ABC
humor
i met humor at the marketplace
selling her self made brand
from sacs filled with fun she dashed out
as we cluster around her shed
her goods even at the costliest price i will never care to bargain
because in...

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Categories: sprain, appreciation, emotions, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Hicks in the Sticks
His name is Timothy Hicks
His work sure gives me the kicks
He is a great sage
Despite his young age
He shows us poetry’s tricks

He has an ambitious mind
His posts are ever so kind
He’s special to me
And that’s...

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Categories: sprain, friend,
Form: Limerick
Examinations A Devil Part 2
Examinations is like a blain – 
It is like a teacher with a cane;
Rules and decrees do clearly lain
To discourage us purpose main.
We are made scared and wane
Many a times makes us insane
Brain is trained...

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Categories: sprain, education,
Form: Monorhyme
Why Do the Green Grass Grow
Why do the green grass 
grow
And fill the fertile field?
Where'er man does not 
sow
They tend themselves 
and yield.

For when the rain would 
pour
And skate beside the hill,
They'd pave the fragile 
floor
To let the slope be...

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Categories: sprain, nature
Form: Rhyme
Laugh Out Loud
When your back it has an itch
   and it's oh just out of reach.
And you sprain a muscle reaching.
Laugh out loud.

When you're dressing to the nines,
   and your shirt's pressed just...

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Categories: sprain, character, cheer up, depression, emotions, joy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Bad Back
My back is just 
a screwed up mess
I have everything 
from arthritis 
to a herniated disc

Just this past week 
my back went out 
just picking up
a football the
wrong way
 
I have been on Predisone
muscle relaxants...

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Categories: sprain, age, how i feel, pain,
Form: Free verse
The thoughts of a discarded little sister
A sweet autumn breeze whistles through the air,
Do you really have to ask?
Of course, I'll go outside today, 
you rarely ever want to play!

I sprain my knee, 
You never care, 
It isn't fair.
You help me...

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Categories: sprain, autumn, kid,
Form: Rhyme