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Premium Member Beloved Face, Translation of Bharathiyar's poem Asai Mugam by T Wignesan
Translation of Mahakavi Bharathiyar’s poem: “Asai Mugam” or “Beloved Face”

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, religion, spiritual,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Premium Member The God Complex

“The God Complex”

His face imprinted 
hidden under layers of ink
he whispers his words

like a haunting breeze
dust blown off the pages
towards the back of their minds

reminding them of stories 
they are eventually, all souls


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Categories: thinkers, god, i am, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member God's Kind Of Poetry
The finite contemplating the infinite
The stardust male and female still flush with light
From exploding stars, seeding new possibilities, our true progenitors.
So that even God Himself must take note of our passing (in its season),
Such elemental...

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Categories: thinkers, god, poetry, universe,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Discomforted By Integrity
I wonder how many parents of students
suffer from studying and teaching white nationalism
against tides of multiculturing change.

And I wonder what our school boards
and state departments of bored children and family thinkers and doers
feel about child...

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Categories: thinkers, child abuse, health, love, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Fundamentals ReDefined
Fundamentalists compete with and through struggling evolution
as Transitionalists would further peaceful revolutions.

A patriarchal-historical view
rooted in interpretation of sacred scripture
written by nondual co-arising NatureSpirits
dipolar appositionally rooted
of and for regenerative naturehealth = spiritwealth,
that would err on the...

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Categories: thinkers, earth day, environment, history, humanity, love, religion,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member Multiculturing Communion
Our anti-racism, pro-polyculturing health
anti-egopatriarchy, pro-ecofeminist wealth
anti-homophobic, pro-trans-regenerative
anti-injustice Team, pro-restoring peace Organizers

Meet inside a viciously anti-outdoor
left-brain oppressively dominant room,
attitude of ungratitude.

Two women I passionately admire,
would warmly accompany within any outdoor sacred space,
are doing their best to...

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Categories: thinkers, community, health, history, hope, integrity, peace, racism,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Translation of Eric Mottram's HOMAGE TO PAUL ELUARD by T Wignesan
 Translation of Eric Mottram’s HOMAGE TO PAUL ELUARD by T. Wignesan

(Note: Here, I retain EM’s translations into English from Paul Eluard’s poems and his source language quotations from “this vital spirits…” onwards, for, according...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, devotion, eulogy, french, relationship, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Picture This
Picture this.
Exploding pipe bombs.
Land fields that can take your arms off.
Driving off road, and frenzied, with excitement 
Adrenaline RAGING.
Oh, yes, Syrian Teenagers,
It is “Let’s See If We Are Really Alive” day.
Okay, we’ll let in some...

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Categories: thinkers, malayalam, moving on, patriotic, perspective, political, presidents
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Philosophers - XXII
Unquotable quotes: Philosophers – XXII

Take Socrates: the insignia of a true philosopher is the bald pate and the luxuriant beard – the very reason why women make for such pathetic philosophers.
The bald pate facilitates the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, humanity, humor, inspirational, philosophy, racism, religion,
Form: Epigram
Pedestrians are moving ups and downs the day can define the differences he experiences in the bathroom, cars buzzing their noise, around my understanding I cannot keep on thrusting for answers which has to be...

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Categories: thinkers, appreciation, butterfly, candy,
Form: Chant Royal
Ode to Animal Farm
Hope to get back here soon, but I have been consumed with the care of my son who has cancer... this is an older write of mine done when my grandson asked if I had...

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Categories: thinkers, allegory, animal, betrayal, change, conflict, society, symbolism,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member All Things Alive
I went to a nearby park
to a bench I knew with a view.
Seated there was a fine-looking woman
she had the purest white hair.
Sitting at one end unobtrusively, I at the other,
after a time, she turned...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, earth, introspection, life, philosophy, religion, science, universe,
Form: Free verse
Under the mango tree
I ask for answers to my problem around midday, carpenters nailing tables beyond their voices. Thinkers building fence of gold, wiping the devil under the shadow of death. Callers piecing information together to make me...

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Categories: thinkers, allusion, anger, confidence,
Form: ABC
Ideological War of the Worlds
 The coming times can unfold,
far accross to all lands,
the casting shadow has fallen,
with it's far reaching hands,
accross our four cornered world,,
 Humanity progressed to progressive sufferage,
that comes with many names,
the ideology won without a...

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© S.K. Y.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, america, anger, anti bullying, betrayal, bullying, courage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The 36 Percent Poem
The 36% Poem

I recall going to the stained-glass church as a child 
and wishing the Jesus statue would move, that he would
just step down from that hanging cross and walk among us,
casting droplets of healing...

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Categories: thinkers, forgiveness, religion,
Form: Blank verse
Why Doesn't He Speak
—Our days of no beginning and no end—

When a giant thinker who wandered in the wilderness of meditation 
for a long time came to find himself, leaped over a wall that was built 
for a...

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© Su Ben  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, god, men, philosophy,
Form: Narrative
FREE COURSE: unThinking Skills and Lateral Thought during COVID19
I Babies Had IT
Before the tomb, we must understand the WOMB
Where as babies we are ONE with our environment
It took time to assert, "Me and mine," creating "others"
Sadly, babies had no power, or voice, to...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, 12th grade, atheist, baby, bible, jesus, meaningful,
Form: Prose Poetry
Dogma or Mystery, part two
It's ironic that 'dogma' simply once meant belief: something we hope is true but aren't certain of, as opposed to a fact. Now dogma means doctrine, something taken as fact and NOT to be disputed....

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Categories: thinkers, allusion, analogy, angst, appreciation, mystery, political, spiritual,
Form: Prose
Theater of Utter Charm Part 10
he licked the carving knife at every meal
the old gods hovered close
he knew who they were and furthermore
why they want to be real so badly
consequently only the curious will ever
make sense of this enmanglement
letters of...

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Categories: thinkers, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
The newest reality show, on Imagination Response Operations Network or                   (IRON)and it is called Reclamations and is...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, adventure, computer, evil, fantasy, freedom, inspirational, war,
Form: Free verse
About Kalaam from my Kalam
He had sleepless dreams ....

Admiring trillions of Indians, he rose like a rose with colours of valour
Born in Rameshwaram village, to Jainulabdeen a poor boat owner.
Dreamt of changing the world with his venerated ardour 

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Categories: thinkers, beautiful, boyfriend, break up, deep, girl, i
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Outsiders and Odd Men - XXVIII
Unquotable quotes: Outsiders and Odd Men – XXVIII

                 for Colin Wilson (1931-1913) 

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, anti bullying, black african american, courage, forgiveness,
Form: Epigram
Pierrot Lives in Sorrow
The people surrounding me keep asking “why are you going back and forth uneasily on the empty stage shedding crocodile tears, and telling the stories of negative effects on others, though you are not of...

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© Su Ben  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thinkers, metaphor, sad, universe,
Form: Narrative
South Of The United States Border
South Of The (United States) Border...
(Reigns A Welter Of Disorder)

Caravans comprising multitudinous
     peoples plodded a steady course
analogous to iron filings drawn by
     strong magnetic force
gravitational pull generated


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Categories: thinkers, abuse, america, break up, community, environment, giving,
Form: Ballad
Love Aligns
Love Aligns

Of names given at birth, one blooms special. 
Mary seems to me a popular name.
Common folks and royalty likewise called.
But no two named Mary are quite the same.

A young girl named Mary lived righteously.

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Categories: thinkers, family, history, lovefamily, woman, women, family, life,
Form: Quatrain