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Premium Member Translation with Commentary of a Wild West Classic: SUMMER WINE by T Wignesan
Translation with commentary of an archetypal Wild West Classic : " Summer Wine "

(I'd wage my bottom diamond dime future generations will re-discover and treasure this true American classic like only a few others of...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: strictly, america, angel, betrayal, england, myth, romance, song,
Form: Ballad

Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's 28th Legal: Letter Jan 2, 1966 by T Wignesan
Eric Mottram on the American literary and cultural scene during 1965-66 while he was the recipient of the American Learned Societies’ award for a year. (begun in the last post and to be continued)

January 2,...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: strictly, america, art, creation, culture, music, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Car Club Meeting Lament - Text - PART 2 of 2
Note: This is the 2nd half of one of my MANY long story works, and the 1st half can be accessed, of course, at "poems by Mark Stellinga" on the soup.
My wife and I were...

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Categories: strictly, car,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Megan's Quest Part 2of7
Now Regan and Megan were down on their luck
    and faced with little or no choice.
So with a quiet trepidation... a deal was struck
    and from now all would...

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Categories: strictly, adventure, funny, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Interview - for Contest
This situation has no basis in reality; in fact, it is ludicrously unreal. However, the likes and dislikes shown of its author are completely true!

Scene: A comfortable office where Andrea Dietrich is finishing up with...

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Categories: strictly, fantasy,
Form: Prose

A Gardening Expose
With these lines I’ll relate an intriguing tale of dubious accuracy
For I Hope to unveil sordid affairs of more than one conspiracy!
Be warned, that though you might be disturbed by the facts I relate?
They are...

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Categories: strictly, garden, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BadBoy MonoTheists
Where do we think all this economic and politically empowering
organically luscious imagination
and ecologically exegetical orthopraxis

George Lakoff speaks of strictly straight stern paternalistic God the Universalist Fathers,
vertically Winning over an otherwise Loser, yet highly competitive, ecopolitical...

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Categories: strictly, games, health, integrity, math, peace, political, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member DIARY NOTES: Another Day sets in Paris
DIARY NOTES : Mad-House Maths

March 30th., 2018 - Another day sets in Paris

The home-bound Octogenarian trundles from the Mall's town centre
Back laden with the day's shopping
His hands numb from clutching load-packed plastic bags during the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: strictly, abuse, french, inspirational, judgement, life, violence,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Surviving Chronic Eclipses
I was on my ambivalent fence
about who to watch watch the solar eclipse,
my alcoholic allies
or the designer THC corporate investors.

Wherever it was,
we read excerpts from two permaculture designers,
to get our minds ready for this great...

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Categories: strictly, culture, gender, health, humor, integrity, math, seasons,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Experimental Drugs - BOTH Audio and Text
“We need to talk!    Something I perceive as being nothing short of scary’s now been going on for several years…it’s got to stop!
Insurance costs are soaring…and the cost of some prescriptions is...

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Categories: strictly, drug,
Form: Rhyme
Traditional Solitaire potential combinations
Traditional Solitaire potential combinations...
that clenched another win (today June 13th, 2021) single handedly

While in the midst of playing solitaire 
(with losing outcome foreordained 
after a couple moves), I became gripped 
with combinations predicated on thirteen...

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Categories: strictly, adventure, america, fun, heart, history, imagination, literature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Galactic Strings or Void of Space
Galactic Strings or Void of Space?

A poem’s akin to a necklace, one fashioned
of water-worn pebbles (from rarest of realms),
stone cold truths tumble-polished, love’s chord weaves together.
Do fossilized beads left behind in Life’s wake
spark faint hint...

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Categories: strictly, faith, love, poetry, science, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Old Man
An old man arose as most often do
    in a state of tension and stress.
To the bathroom he ran... or was it the loo,
    his bladder he had to...

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Categories: strictly, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One God, Under Supremacism
Please don't share this
pledge to inter-religious allegiance
with your straight white monotheistic worshiping
friends and family,

But, just between us panentheistic ecofeminists,
not often enough,
we would be healthier and wealthier
to reflect together upon

Internal polytheistic integrity communications,
bilaterally organic both/and dipolar

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Categories: strictly, god, health, joy, light, passion, peace, power,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer's poem Thaye Yashoda by T Wignesan
Translation of Oothukkadu Venkata Subba Iyer (circa 1700-1765)’s « THAYE YASHODA » by T. Wignesan

This devotional song and poem in Tamil (the principal Dravidian language which has spawned over twenty languages in the southern Indian...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: strictly, god, mother, religious, universe, , western,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Approved by the God of Verse
What a gratifying experience this was...

While sitting at a readers’ desk in Bobby Booker’s Bookstore, waiting for the latest composition I’d composed
To reach the eyes of - Bob himself...the so-called - “God of Verse”...the man...

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Categories: strictly, poetry, poets,
Form: Narrative
Visitor - A collaboration with July Morning
POTW 28 January 2018

A beautiful extra-terrestrial female researcher is sent down to a remote island to observe earth and beam her findings back to her planet. She’s strictly forbidden to make any human contact. She...

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Categories: strictly, adventure, romance, science fiction,
Form: Narrative
I Am Leaving
Nobody lives in that house anymore
It was built to ridicule the poor
Nobody lives in that house anymore
They must have gone beyond the shore
The operator is no longer around
Greed has driven him out of the miserable...

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Categories: strictly, analogy, break up, business, change, confidence, courage,
Form: Free verse
Okay. So, according to her license plate, Sarah had something to do with the name “Welbeck Street” and had once asked if the Journal would consider using “Harvard Yard” in her name. Also according to...

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Categories: strictly, america, people, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Random Frames
Random frames
my brain
in polypathic goo
refusing to decompositionally chew
enough to defog mystery
of randomness
co-arising evolution
of a fuller consciousness revolution.

Prickly head
with gooey heart
suboptimizing when they are apart
and are not speaking
to where they might find
a more accurate midway mine.


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Categories: strictly, age, community, love, passion, political, wisdom, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Swamp Babies
When participating in a HealthCare Future Search,
you are invited
to explore a personal timeline
as well as a global timeline
of critical healthcare events
in your past,
and future.

HealthCare personal and political
and nurture-investment learning
begins early and ubiquitously
for new born and...

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Categories: strictly, culture, environment, farm, health, humor, parents, teacher,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Bright Eyes
I so adored late hours. I was what you would call a night owl,
As fireflies seldom appear, until creamy moon is on the prowl.

I loved the quiet and peacefulness, and staring at a big moon,

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Categories: strictly, fantasy, imagery, nature, night, sick, sleep,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Snakes and Hummingbirds
To love, agapic and/or erotic,
is a positive economic-political relational choice
to trust whomever
and whatever is our Other right now
with open caring empathy,
even when we may feel like withdrawing
into suffering,
repressed concerns of mistrust and dissonance,
because we have...

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Categories: strictly, beauty, culture, earth, health, language, love, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member SHOULD THE LEVEE EVER BREAK, Act 1, Scene 3, part 5
Mitchell: Good sirs, my word was fair. No discrepancy stains the pages of my ledger. The fifth tier is a sub-basement beneath the cellar floor of the temple’s vestibule. Any woman who is not tagged...

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Categories: strictly, allegory, society,
Form: Prose Poetry
Universal islamic Message for lifetime
Universal islamic Message for lifetime:Part 2.
You should Praise real Super Sovereign Power Maker or Creator,The only Allah AlMighty,The True Royal King well honoured Majesty.And if you should have real love & real fear of God.And...

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Categories: strictly, allah, blessing, faith, friendship, humanity, peace,
Form: Free verse