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Die storie van klara viljee
 Die storie van Klara viljee . My insperasie babbel vol duine.
Die storie van Klara viljee . My insperasie babbel vol duine.

voel jy soms verlore , praat haat, woede en vrees met jou ? Is...

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Categories: teen, age, birth, cheer up,
Form: ABC

Premium Member The Hotel Caretaker
How unparticular the day had particularly been,

On March the third of two-thousand and eighteen,

For the caretaker at an historic Adirondack Inn,

Had lacked company, and therefore, dopamine.


‘Twas Sunday when all the guests had fled,

From either...

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Categories: teen, death, grief, introspection, march, mystery, remember,
Form: Rhyme
Live 2 B U
(Whisper) mmmmhmmm
Turn me on by your tranquil, no-drama-no-trauma tune
It will be noon soon,
My sweet maroon moon
Don't panic, maniac of're swimming in your lament lagoon 
Hear me out 
At ease,
I hear your victory shout!!!

Ooooo I-I-I-I...


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Categories: teen, angst, anxiety, deep, depression, desire, fear, hope,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Halloween Poems IV
the Horror
by Michael R. Burch

the Horror lurks inside our closets
the Horror hides beneath our beds
the Horror hisses ancient curses
the Horror whispers in our heads

the Horror tells us Death is coming
the Horror tells us there’s no...

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Categories: teen, dark, death, evil, grave, halloween, horror, scary,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sonnets XXXIII-XLI

The Folly of Wisdom
by Michael R. Burch

She is wise in the way that children are wise,
looking at me with such knowing, grave eyes
I must bend down to her to understand.
But she only smiles, and...

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Categories: teen, child, childhood, children, death, life, time, world,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member You Never Listened
You Never Listened
by Michael R. Burch
You never listened,
though each night the rain
wove its patterns again
and trembled and glistened...
You were not watching,
though each night the stars
shone, brightening the tears
in her eyes palely fetching...

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Categories: teen, absence, appreciation, betrayal, extended metaphor, feelings, soulmate,
Form: Sonnet
The Inner Chamber

Please.  Stop holding back on me.

Like a child standing at the neighborhood ice cream truck, arm outstretched, eyes huge, mouth watering.

I stand here longing to slip underneath your decades of cold-rolled steel...

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Categories: teen, betrayal, courage, devotion, love, love hurts, relationship,
Form: Prose
Innocence lost
Remembering that day in May - when I became corporate prey
On this unforgettable day - an innocent child was thrown away
Last night as I lay in bed - I read the news here's what it...

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Categories: teen, abortion, baby, betrayal, confusion, creation, death, innocence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Want A Doggy
Oh how I want a doggy, 
a bundle of love and fur.                       ...

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Categories: teen, dog, friend, love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member 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: 11th grade, change, conflict, for teens, journey,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Random Acts of Karma

The mute old drunk had gotten lucky the day before - a stranger had taken pity on him at the bridge, (under which he and many other homeless people lived), and stopped to give him...

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Categories: teen, grandchild, hope, humanity, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Free verse


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Categories: teen, daughter, daughter, school, baby, nature, beautiful, age,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Party In The Snow
2020 has been a year of blue,                            ...

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Categories: teen, blue, christmas, cry, fun, new years day,
Form: Rhyme
The Product of Dave the Brave
Product of Dave the Brave

Product of Peace
Product of Poverty
Product of Happy
Product of Charity 
P-Product of crazy...weightless envy...bipolar blues...etc. etc.

Product of selfish ambition ...
A shameful sin in disguise 
Turning my cheek to this decision
Discussion goes beyond...

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Categories: teen, cool, crazy, deep, depression, desire, emotions, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
Cocoons Hibernating In Summer
I made a U turn at dusk as dark night creeps  upon me
I tried to catch my breath from the horrible smell that was stifling me inside
I did not know which way to turn...

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Categories: teen, america, angel, christian, community, environment, insect, truth,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Sooner Recruit
Fifty years, boy and man, I’ve been a Sooners fan;
And watched thousands of recruits try to make my Sooners Team.
Often, I’ve enviously wondered what it must be like
To be a touted Sooners recruit, living out...

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Categories: teen, celebrity, character, childhood, courage, dedication, desire, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member UnWoven Memories
I grew up and out on a four family-owned,
and cooperatively-organized,
extended matriarchal farm.

Four interdependent 1940s through 1970s patriarchally managed businesses,
without substantial questions about who should wear pants,
yet with a surprising matriarchal cooperative understory.

The boxers outnumbered the...

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Categories: teen, culture, family, farm, happiness, health, political, usa,
Form: Prose Poetry
A letter from ME
ME dear FATHER you already know,
But you need to be briefed,
On a tragedy I believe you must not know.
There’s a deadly dance with violence killing teens in America’s Black Communities.
Use to be, 
Good Christian mothers,...

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Categories: teen, black african american, conflict, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
My fifty years in a nut shell
I was born fifty years ago on April 10th 1964
Looking back through the years I began to explore

My mama said when it was time for me to be born
I decided to come early and fast...

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Categories: teen, family, life, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cruisin' the Drag
Sipping cherry limeade, driving in the car parade, 
we're cruising in the Lone Star state.
Didn't want a bucket seat; the thing it couldn't beat, 
was sitting up close to your date.
One hand on the wheel...

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Categories: teen, car, funny, growing up, high school, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poems about Children VI
Poems about Children VI

by Michael R. Burch

WHEN you were my playmate and I was yours,
we spent endless hours with simple toys,
and the sorrows and cares of our indentured days
were uncomprehended . . . far, far...

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Categories: child, childhood, children, love, school, teen, youth,
Form: Rhyme

What's UP
I'm tested and I am upset;
Cause I can't have my way;
This is some of the concerns of me as a, teen today...

AHH!!!  man my parents, don't think
They just don't...

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Categories: addiction, analogy, anxiety, bullying, childhood, culture, teen,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Two Out Of This World Friends
The yellow and blue ground,                              ...

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Categories: teen, blue, fantasy, friend, kiss, sick, sweet, yellow,
Form: Rhyme
Love, Death, and Rebirth
The signs started in December
When she started waking up in tears each night
She was a normal girl with dark brown hair and darker brown eyes
She had plenty of friends and a loving family with just...

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Categories: teen, angst, beautiful, beauty, child, cry, dad, daughter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Subject, Aspects of Interest, and Effect of John Keats's ''On the Sonnet''
“On the Sonnet”
by John Keats

If by dull rhymes our English must be chained,
And, like Andromeda, the Sonnet sweet
Fettered, in spite of painéd loveliness;
Let us find out, if we must be constrained,
Sandals more interwoven and complete

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Categories: teen, england, fate, literature, muse, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Prose