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Premium Member Rant
This town, this Silk Road had no toll to pay
yet from the east caravans again fill its
pharaonic marble and glass temples. Monolith

malls rise its clefts; eco-wilderness morph
into multiplex cinemas; mini golf
and carparks - the 20th...

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Categories: sweeteners, introspection,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member My Credentials
Chorus x 2
It’s okay if my ego wears jacket
it’s nice if my resume plays drums
I’m endowed, dazzling and full
so let the world know my hands are a major part
of those holding  it.

1. A personality...

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Categories: sweeteners, god, gospel, i am, identity, image, pride,
Form: Lyric
Yoruba holy communion
Young as just a week,
He was wrapped in a flannel.
His tender feet were shoeless -
Today was his appointed time;
 His feet must dialogue with gods.

The frontage was kind
To the pews and table.
The priest stood before...

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Categories: sweeteners, africa, baby, faith, life,
Form: Free verse
artificial sweeteners
they come to you
as if honey-glazed & tip-toeing on
lilac petals

always smiling
always politely congratulating
for acts that anyone could really
do

squeaky clean with
sparkling white teeth that outshine
those found on toothpaste 
commercials

always agreeing with you
always going out of their...

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Categories: sweeteners, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No Getting Back to Normal, a 9-11 Poem
No Getting Back to Normal, a 9-11 Poem
by Michael R. Burch

for the survivors of 9-11

Intrude upon my grief; sit; take a spot
of milk to cloud the blackness that you feel;
add artificial sweeteners to conceal
the bitter...

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Categories: sweeteners, cheer up, cry, death, depression, family, funeral,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member Break Time, a 9-11 poem
Break Time
by Michael R. Burch

for those who lost loved ones on 9-11

Intrude upon my grief; sit; take a spot
of milk to cloud the blackness that you feel;
add artificial sweeteners to conceal
the bitter aftertaste of loss....

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Categories: sweeteners, america, bereavement, conflict, death, death of a
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member My henchman, my minion, my stooge
He was my henchman, my minion, my stooge, and we both liked it that way.
But then he moved away with a new girlfriend, and became her henchman,
Leaving me to fend for myself.
And after all I...

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Categories: sweeteners, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Free verse