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Premium Member Heavens's Poker Game
In the beginning after God had finished creating this land.    
Satan boldly challenged the heavens for the absolute control of man.
Gods’ architectural blueprint stretched for ages across the sky 
He watered the...

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Categories: theresa, bible, christian, conflict, emotions, encouraging, god, satire,
Form: Rhyme


‘Twas pure chance that I discovered
Just the other day,
A place passed 
Countless times,
Never had the thought of calling in,
Inner thoughts and misplaced fears
Oh there must have been countless other reasons
For one to...

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Categories: theresa, meaningful, society,
Form: Free verse
Who Am I
Daughter  of Mary and  Louis
(Named after my late grandmother ) 

My name is  Charmaine
a name originated from latin
Charmaine means -a song

Eldest of two siblings
Wife and Mother

Born and raised
in the sun-kissed land of...

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Categories: theresa, prejudice,
Form: Bio
Mother Of The Earth
Oh Mighty tree of the ages
I have witnessed you in all stages
Like the fierce spirit of David
And the boldness of Queen Esther
You have defied all the  rules 
and make mighty men look like fools

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Categories: theresa, blessing, caregiving, celebration, community, fish, nature, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Last Tussle in Brussels

Somewhere in Brussels, March 2019,
Poor Theresa’d not slept since about Halloween,
But at last it was ready! The dream Brexit treaty,
Which pleased every spluttering zealot so sweetly!

So ready to sign it, she tried not to squeal...

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Categories: theresa, fun, funny, humor, humorous, political,
Form: Rhyme

Like A Girl
Like A Girl 

I play like a girl, I hit like a girl
You say I throw like a girl, 
And, when I run -- I run like a girl!
All that plus more, enjoy this one...

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Categories: theresa, beautiful, girl, identity, rights, sexy, slam, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Fifties - Music
The Fifties...Music

The music of the fifties…well, what can I say…
was heaven here on earth compared with that today.
Romantic, lovely sentiments of heart and soul,
with poems set to music to advise, console.

Mid-fifties music era rendered lovely...

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Categories: theresa, music, nostalgia,
Form: Couplet
 It begins at home
even closer: it begins "I"nside
I have forgiven failures, failing in faith, inside me
Have you? Until you do, it is almost too hard
To forgive your imperfect parent, and therefore Father-in-Heaven
Lest it seems,...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: theresa, africa, appreciation, forgiveness, hero, jesus, recovery from,
Form: Alliteration
Question time
There's a lot going on in the world, so I feel the need to write
I'm going to give my food for thought, while the government just feed you lies
I'm not dumb enough to believe a...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: theresa, deep, poets, political, truth, uplifting, world,
Form: Free verse
Hi Jesus
Hi Jesus

It’s been a long, long time.
I hope that you still remember me, 
I’ve been hiding quite a while, deep inside.
I know that you know all things
Still, I think I should explain,
The reason I’ve been...

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Categories: theresa, introspection, me, dark, dark, hope, me,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Character 2 (The "Lost" Archives)
Simon – the protagonist.
18 – year old kid who just graduated from high school.
Lives in middle class suburbia, no designated town, and an every-town sort of feel. 
Lives with his mother, his older brother. (Father...

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Categories: theresa, peopleschool, old, people, hair, money, old, people,
Form: Free verse
She Came On Christmas Eve
   It was cold in New York City. In the dark,
alley, behind the lavish buildings among the
super rich, roam the forgotten.

   Waiting in line at the redemption center,
turning in their plastic...

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Categories: theresa, christmas,
Form: Free verse
Stars And Souls
Stars and our Souls

Twas' a young gal was born in the dust the cradled in the dark
There in the darkness stood a hot fire as I felt a case of an immortal spark
With patience as...

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Categories: theresa, appreciation, blessing, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member John F Lyons A Brothers Love Never Told Him I Loved Him

I thank you John
For being there
You took me here
Took me there
You faired for me
I reverence you
But, I never told you I loved...

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Categories: theresa, appreciation, assonance, bereavement, dedication,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The Saga of Suzanne the snowflake and Cyril the racist ware squirrel part 1
Cyril is a squirrel that comes from the Wirral, 
he looks cute and furry but he's gone a bit feral, 
Cyril dislikes foreign squirrels, 
won't hear no ifs or buts, 
he says the tide of...

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Categories: theresa, allegory, animal, irony, political, racism, snow,
Form: Light Verse
Tory, liar, cheat, tax avoider, friend of the Banksters and enemy of the people
Everyone is struggling, in debt and dismay
Why would anyone consider voting Theresa May.
Answers a question with a question
She'll say what she needs to, to win her first election.
She doesn't care about you or me
Tax cuts...

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Categories: theresa, allusion, dark, people, political, poverty, prejudice,
Form: Couplet
The Journey Of The Last Goodbye
on June 5.  © Theresa, All rights reserved 

So, the sun has set
My heart is full of pebbles now
Little souvenirs of a beautiful trip
But just as surely
As the foam washes away the castles we...

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Categories: theresa, lost lovebeautiful, heart, beautiful, heart,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member How Precious Is Life - The Ultimate Question
There will be a test, three questions, my spirit guide told me.  I heard the first one upon entering the astral plane. “Who did you love?”  
A fuzzy gate was less than ten...

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Categories: theresa, heaven, life,
Form: Free verse
Heart by © Theresa Rossouw
Marshmallows bright some are mushy, soft, weak, jellyfish swimming in a cesspool of uncommitted, unloyal, uncaring mud. Their kindness a show, a facade, a mask. They never finish a single...

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Categories: theresa, devotion, joy,
Form: Ode
woman of god
braising thoughts arose as my lifeless 
body huddled in a fetal position i' d completed 
thirty hail mary's an yet my macerated flesh 
lay still as the sun began
to settle embedding itself almost oh how...

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Categories: theresa, angel, beach,
Form: Dramatic monologue
A man strides through the street.
The street is not a new sapling.
It’s air has the same olden, golden aroma.
Still now,
The trees along the avenue are
The protecting hand,
The lawn is a loving lap
And the shops, a...

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© Ashly Raju  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: theresa, love,
Form: I do not know?
Love, what an adventure
Love, what an adventure. © Theresa Rossouw
Have you ever thought of love as an adventure? No? Well it is! It is an expidition into the unknown, a lifelong backpacking, camping journey through valleys, over streams,...

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Categories: theresa, love, day, friendship, journey, love, mountains,
Form: Narrative
A Pungent Pang of Proof or Pooh
A Pungent Pang of Proof or Pooh

I had walked into the woods and sang my song of songs
As the autumn leaves lazily blew them lazily away,
Slowly and cautiously, I walked to the edge of the...

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© Theresa CW  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: theresa, how i feel, nature,
Form: Rhyme

Me and Mary once went out for a ride upon the sea
I recall swigging down tequila just Mary...

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Categories: theresa, angstsummer, me, summer, cancer,
Form: Quatrain
SEQUESTERED IN THE SUMMER FOUND IN THE FALL don't forget your pink ribbon

Me and Mary once went out for a ride upon the sea
I recall swigging down tequila just Mary and me

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Categories: theresa, deathsummer, me, summer, cancer,
Form: I do not know?