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Life in a Dream corrected
Moments to Reflect
Life found in a Dream 
Today I’m a lonely man living in a cold, cold world filled with indifferences and malice. As time marches on a harsh reality come to my mind, time...

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Categories: faith, inspirational, son, me, heart, time, sea,
Form: Suzette Prime



moments to reflect
										12/10/2012
 											12/10/2012
As I look up into the night sky, oh what a beautiful sight the stars shining so bright. I think about my Lord and my heart swells and fills with so much joy that...

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Categories: inspirational, spiritual, life, father, me, heart, pain,
Form: Suzette Prime
WHAT DO YOU SEE
Separation rules the nation it seems
Our race decrease the identity that cannot be redeemed

Yes we have amicable lives whom still believe in MLK's dream
The steam from our hatred of deceit and misfortune 
Has brought our...

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Categories: africa, america, angel, basketball, betrayal, bridal shower,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member The Classical Argument for LOVE
let me make an argument for love you can’t refute
I want to win you
I want you to be convinced
I’m the best thing that there is
give heed to this, my argument of logos
for in that you...

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Categories: desire, love, truth,
Form: Suzette Prime
THE WISDOM OF THE SUN
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In a night where the sons of sons sat under the stars
My father’s father told the sons of the wisdom of the sun
The beauty of the world is beheld in who we love
To live...

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Categories: africa, art, culture, lost love, love, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime



Hymns of Salvation 1
Hymns of salvation

That  my own  body 
is my greatest enemy
was unknown to me.
Deluded,  
O Lord, I  was reveling  in its pleasures.

The ones that
do not listen to Your tales,
never  speak...

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Categories: birth, me, philosophy, religion,
Form: Suzette Prime
All Confused
Time is flying by 
and nothing changes
Everything is just the same
As if it all happened yesterday

Everyday I wake up and I say
“Today is a new day, 
And I shall live without you…
That is the new...

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© MiAiM K.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lost love, me, time,
Form: Suzette Prime
BURIED PAST EXHUMED
BURIED PAST EXHUMED

Today is a gift and always called present
Yesterday has passed and referred to as past
Nobody knows tomorrow and it’s always anonymous
My past was dead and long buried in the casket
All memories and remains...

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Categories: bereavement, childhood, dark, emotions, future, grief, hope,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Freedom's Rare Sanctuary

like a grumpy ogre the twisted old tree stood guard
notched scraggy boughs reached out in fierce surety
naught had ever compromised its task
in its dutiable charge

the primeval stone held fast the blade
proud and righteous Caliburn
its hilt...

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Categories: courage, england, history, magic, myth, tree,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Revenge's Reward- A Possible New Form of Poetry
You cower at my rebel yell
Envisioning hot flames of hell
I’ll cast on you a wicked spell
Before your plea for life I quell
My rebel yell, hot flames of hell

You tremble at my vicious might
As you are...

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Categories: suzette prime, life, love hurts,
Form: I do not know?
In Every Garden
Suzette Prime/Free Verse



undulating yowls 
both sides of my hemispheres
reverberates through the ears
sadness
rejection
continuously play
the mind longs for its most melodious display
nature sings in sweet harmony with every raindrop
amidst the howl of the gale
whimpering of leaves 
drives...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: garden, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
Taking A Stand
Our children are dying
Lying down facing the street
Our own kind has made the task easy for others to complete
From slavery by our own people
To the hand of those who thinks of us as unequal
For they...

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, beauty, bible, black african american,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Afterlife
despite the progress made by technology
and its bewildering list of achievements
one last mountain must be climbed
no one yet knows what is going to happen after death
the comically naive
concept of heaven
is not worth bothering with
as for...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: birth, christian, death, faith, heaven, humanity,
Form: Suzette Prime
spring sonnet
spring sonnet 

The vines are greening and the old man who owns the vines 
was busy trimming them although it was Sunday and church 
bells chimed He is very old 92 last year, and it...

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Categories: angel, assonance, beautiful, best friend, cute love,
Form: Suzette Prime
chess cheaters---B
Sight, feignedly fixed on chess board;
Mind, slinking toward smart phone
---the Sacrosanct Savior that just has to be enshrined in the toilette---
urging new hot tips to hop out and help out.

Each toilette patronage pays back an...

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Categories: games, sports,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member In Cat Lake Reservation, Canada
I read on the news
about first nation
people getting sick
because of fungus
growing in decaying homes
babies have body rashes
all people are effected by this black mould
children have red inflamed skin,
the government is listening at long last
repairing mould...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: life,
Form: Suzette Prime
The wheel shall turn
Inspired by: The Beggar Maid (written 1833, published 1842) by Alfred, Lord Tennyson

beggars in the street
conspicuous reminder 
of wheel of fortune turning in our favour

as reflection from 
flamboyance of flamingos 
foraging for food 
colours 
the...

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Categories: analogy, humanity, imagery, philosophy, simile,
Form: Suzette Prime
Port Royal
PORT ROYAL 
You want to see the fate that was Port Royal’s?
Then let me flyyou back three hundred years:
look in this tavern, see those buccaneers,
flushed more from fiery grog than honest toils,
who soon would dice...

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Categories: religious,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member A Hardy Handshake

I hardly recognize this
modern world
for it’s changed so much
within my lifetime
I grew up
in a much different place
where people interacted
face to face
not through cutesy emojis
used in cyberspace
to express emotions on the internet
on such sites as Skype...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, angst,
Form: Suzette Prime
A Seagull's Plight
a resilient soul
hoists his drooping wings
dreary but dreamy
soars far
so high
he keeps on searching for his illusive dreams
regardless of the storm and height of mountains
goes through miles away
in his equanimity
straight with vision of sunrays
on  plight...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: courage, dream, passion, uplifting,
Form: Suzette Prime
A Gray Matter - Quite
Wrong...Right...
Black and White...
Do imps 'n'angels fight
in light of day...dark of night?
The evil to hell...the rest - heaven's delight...
is all cut and dried or are there shades of gray in sight?
Sunday school's doctrine belief: follow the...

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Categories: suzette prime, introspection, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Helping The Old, Die - G and G
Once I had a good job with the government,
it paid well and was secure,
but it was boring.
Hated it,
so much.
decided,
to go back to school,
and that I would be a nurse.
It took a lot of guts to...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, jobs, school,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Waste Writ Large
should hundreds of dollars*
be spent upgrading a war memorial
why must we glorify war
the australian government is planning
to spend huge amounts on this
why are people not on the street protesting
the corona virus is costing us far...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, death, evil, health, rights, war,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member They Stole Her Child


at the age of five
I'm yanked from my mother's arms
crying
desperately clinging on 
but she can't protect me from
these men
who use force
to separate us 
without pity or mercy
dragging me away
screaming
as they barred her way
cramming me into...

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Categories: 10th grade, angst, anxiety, emotions, feelings, heartbroken,
Form: Suzette Prime
Cold Hot Spring
floodlights cast an artificial sun on slopes
voices of night skiers hang crystalline on still air
steam rises all around me  
white fire on water 
shrouding the hot spring 
snowflakes ghost across aureoles atop black lampposts
then...

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Categories: appreciation, nature, senses, snow, vacation, water, winter,
Form: Suzette Prime