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Long Swanking Poems

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The Deed
The iciness of his smile 
seeped like osmosis through the crevices 
left on my face by the squint rooted 
on fires of a loud and angry sun. 

A tempest stormed across the dusty, red sky...

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© Alan Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swanking, allegory, angst, history, life, loss, natural disasters,
Form: Free verse

Wearing a sable-tinted hood, dressed in dark, despondent hues, swanking about with a spine-tingling gaze and an eerily menacing cape, littered with boldly bonded skulls. Stalking you outside your window, peeking through during the pitch...

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© Sam Allen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swanking, evil,
Form: I do not know?
Sympathy a Great Virtue 2
Have you ever eaten an apple
By sitting on a speedy bicycle?
Difficult? Sympathy is like sizzle
Shouts when not got in coddle;
Smiles if given in time subtle.
Shrewd! With poor does giggle
With rich it does struggle.
How can I,...

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Categories: swanking, sympathy,
Form: Monorhyme