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Premium Member Professor Glory's Active Hope
The title of this talk today,
"Win-Win Politics of New Feminist Economics"
suggests questions,
more than emasculating 
definitively deductive
reductive
answers.

Would you imagine
a minority-identified Buddhist,
more likely as a feminist
or culturally comfortable
with political and economic Left-brain domination,
monopolistic competing toward total self-consuming
reiteratively...

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Categories: surprisingly, creation, culture, deep, environment, feelings, love, political,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member The Meeting III
Oh, can answers come
In Time as new Sun rises
See, new days begin.

________*_______

‘So, what now?’ asked the Antlered Man without answering
‘Everything is in Shadow.’

They all became silent when he said that, even he
As the words left...

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Categories: surprisingly, adventure, dream, history, life, mystery, myth, philosophy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Dillen and the DMV
TO:  Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner, Chief States Attorney

FROM: Dillen Dye’s Employer

8/16/16

RE: Some apparent non-compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act; common courtesy, civil respect; freely accessible pursuit of health, happiness, and prosperity

I don’t...

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Categories: surprisingly, culture, discrimination, health, political, race, perspective, integrity,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 11
Lumi's hand pressed upon his shoulder in a surprisingly firm grip guiding him into the dining area and to the second of two long slender tables where sat five older elves including DynDoeth.
  ...

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Categories: surprisingly, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Open to Evolutionaries
Dear Andrew Cohen,

I am riveted by “Evolutionary Enlightenment: A New Path to Spiritual Awakening.”  Your theme that enlightenment need not be limited to elitist and eisegetical experiences, memory, but invites us to become co-travelers...

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Categories: surprisingly, culture, health, humor, perspective, philosophy, political, wisdom,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member Adopting Yua

The dust had all but settled from the sultry morning air when Sergeant Kessler tapped me on the arm to wake me up.
“Gonna be a hot one,” he announced, “a chance o’ rain...and could get...

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Categories: surprisingly, child, daughter, inspirational, inspirational love, uplifting,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Life BeLoving DualDark Night

Some days and nights
I am terrorized by death,
cold silo ache-echoing fear,
claustrophobic breathless dark
barking inevitable factness and finality
of my decomposing mortality,
and posthumous demise,
probably post-humorous as well,
should we discover any essential difference.

What good is death
if it cannot...

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Categories: surprisingly, death, depression, humor, identity, life, love, science,
Form: Prose Poetry
Territory Trample

Headlights messaged through midnight windows 
Curtainless glass unable to subdue the urgency 
Car obtained in street nearby was theirs temporarily
Three hour drive to ship leaving island next morning

Two sixteen year old girls barely registered surprise...

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Categories: surprisingly, 11th grade, change, conflict, for teens, journey,
Form: Bio
Premium Member EPILOGUE
if you have taken the time to browse through this eclectic collection of self-indulgent foolishness, I hope you’ve been entertained by the quirkiness of its content, or at the very least, annoyed by the pervasiveness...

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Categories: surprisingly, allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Delight
At once she paid a visit. In her colorful dress, so revealing and appealingly suited to her slendern torso. I to gaze the door way, mine heart pounded viciously,  a death knock. I was...

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Categories: surprisingly, appreciation,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Rufus and Bill
Now the sun and the sand were treacherously hot
    and not a place for Man or a Beast.
As you must be audaciously quick to find a good spot
    or...

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Categories: surprisingly, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A World Without Pity
After wishing me a good morning, he said that it was all set,
It was time to raze the house, even though I wasn't in debt!

But they wanted to build a big highway, exactly in this...

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Categories: surprisingly, adventure, fantasy, home, lost, time, world,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Twisting Tale Of An Avian Apparition
"The discrepancies are many, the dalliances are few,
both pitched against one dynamic, lifelong achievement"

Poking through the woods of the Mill Grove Audubon Estate,
suddenly came upon an ivy-covered studio shed
tucked away amongst foliage near Perkiomen Creek,
apparently...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surprisingly, america, appreciation, art, bird, books, dream, history,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member The Library of Trust and Hope
The Library of Trust and Hope
The Bank of Trust and Hope

(Cant decide on title, so feel free to pick or suggest one)

She was all but four years of age
Birthdays were such magical moments
The cake was...

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Categories: surprisingly, analogy, garden, growth, happiness, philosophy, trust,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The 0Cay Exterminator
I suppose there are no new problems in the world to be exterminated,
well, I mean, of course there are as many new problems
as there are creatures having a new day today,
but I mean I suppose...

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Categories: surprisingly, earth, hate, health, humor, love, political, science,
Form: Prose Poetry
Poem About Trump Poem
Poem About Trump Poem

Are often things I may forget to mention
Some are both you and your opinion
And many things we have to decide
Not having anything we should hide.

Following poem I did have to prepare
This is...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surprisingly, allegory, anger, anxiety,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A Modest Proposal to the Universal Dilemma of Human Melancholy
	What is melancholy? What does it mean to experience melancholy? Is it just depression—or overwhelming sorrow? Or, to be more precise, is melancholy just insurmountable sadness and despair accompanied by feelings of hopelessness and the...

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Categories: surprisingly, depression, encouraging, hope, motivation, perspective, philosophy, proposal,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Blues Boating Home
Human history is difficult;
hard pressed,
discovering
and rediscovering,
connecting
and reconnecting feelings
about therapeutic needs
and sacred wants
for peace
trust
joy

Through co-empathic singing passions
which may,
too often, 
feel stressful

Irritating
depressing
stormy
before unconditional win/win regard
for Self AND Other
reconnect,

Like EgoTheistic re-ligion
and EcoMatrimonial
indigenously multicultural
ecowomanist wisdom

Of Ego/EarthTribe mutual MeWe becoming
more...

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Categories: surprisingly, culture, earth, health, integrity, love hurts, mentor,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 59
     “I must say, Rian,” Joulupukki addressed the Dark Elf. “I find you a bit disappointing.  From all of the stories I've heard, I expected so much more from you.”
...

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Categories: surprisingly, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Traditional Solitaire potential combinations
Traditional Solitaire potential combinations...
that clenched another win (yahoo)
jimmied today August 15th, 2022 single handedly
just before the crack of dawn
with both hands tied behind my back,
and a blindfold worn over my eyes.

While in the midst of...

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Categories: surprisingly, 11th grade, 12th grade, adventure, birth, computer,
Form: Free verse
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: surprisingly, adventure, america, fun, heart, history, imagination, literature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Car Show - BOTH Audio and Text
We always spent the day before a show in preparation,
There always seemed so much to do to get the car in shape,
But all the work was worth it, (or at least we thought it was),
We’ve...

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Categories: surprisingly, car, hilarious, humor, humorous,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Light at the End of the Tunnel
"What a fine day for a picnic," my friends all said,
In the dog days of summer, with the hot sun overhead.

We would all go for a swim, and then have a fine lunch,
And would return...

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Categories: surprisingly, adventure, dark, fantasy, friendship love, home, light,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Asking The Way Part Two
"Well  to  a  certain  degree  yes I  really  don’t  want  to  impose.
I’m getting  used  to  my  deprivation."    As...

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Categories: surprisingly, age, art, creation, death, deep, imagination, mystery,
Form: Prose
Premium Member New Neighbors
I am just finishing my morning meditation when I hear my doorbell ring. It actually sounds more like that buzzing sound you hear if you fry a fat fly on one of those electronic bug...

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Categories: surprisingly, depression, family, funny love, humor, husband, lonely,
Form: Narrative