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Premium Member Rush Amid The Rapids Published
The greatest performance of my life.  
Howard’s proud piece de resistance award  on Poetry Nook for my magnum opus “Rush Amid The Rapids” in their daily member section.
After endless hours of toil, tribulation,...

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Categories: trout, adventure, age, appreciation, art, beautiful, beauty, feelings,
Form: Prose

Premium Member The Rhine Salmon Complaint Translation of Etiemble s Complainte d un saumon du Rhin by T Wignesan
The Rhine Salmon Complaint, Translation of Etiemble’s Complainte d’un salmon du Rhin

						For Yvon Belaval
(A lilting musical poem of varying line length in quatrains with a refrain and much internal
 rhyming; end-rhyme scheme: alternate rhymes in...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: trout, nature,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member A Friendly Goodbye

Poem 1: A Boy And His Painted Piano

he used lively greens
tender blues,
touches of plain mauve 
and rainbow trout splatters
to paint music
on the gas fumes 
that inhabited the clean air
that once use to live there.

he made...

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Categories: trout, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Went Fishin'

Submitted to the "Gone Fishin" contest
Trollin’ the islands at Texoma,
It was April, 1964.
New rod and reel in hand,
I’d NEVER been fishing before.

A Garcia 2510T casting rod.
The reel, a Mitchell 301,
Plus hand-selected worms and lures…
I was...

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Categories: trout, adventure, april, crazy, fish, fishing, fun, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Friends Speak - An Echo Poem
(Brian Johnston speaks to Lora Colon)  

Getting older don't you wonder 
What your life is all about? 
Wages earned don't leap to haunt me 
Like my dreams of fighting trout - 
Lightning flash and...

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Categories: trout, relationship,
Form: Rhyme

Your Victory Shout Hushed
How it feels to be in my shoes,
Humming softly the sacred blues
Of yesterday's tomorrow
And its saturated sorrow 
Because it's okay to cry your heart out
When it shatters into shards of drastic doubt 
You know what...

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Categories: trout, deep,
Form: Free verse
Zoned Out
Believe in me
And reflect on me
Grieve with me
Zone out freely

Zone out whenever you like
I will be riding my future bike
I don’t have much money, my dear
There are several possibilities and opportunities..I missed several of those,...

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Categories: trout, angst, desire, emotions, faith, forgiveness, hope, passion,
Form: Free verse
Kissing for Beginners
Kissing For Beginners.

Do you recall your first kiss
That was supposed to fill you with heavenly bliss
But filled you with nervous anticipation
It looked simple enough on telly
But I had butterflies in my belly

I hated girls when...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: trout, humorous, innocence, romance, youth,
Form: Verse
Marinated Rabbit Stew
I went fishing with my brother Ron, and a bloke named Tommy Grace.
We had camped along the Tarago where we could fish on Harvey's place.
Ron brought along his rabbit traps; he don't like fishing much...

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Categories: trout, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Acknowledgement forthcoming today February 8th, 2022
Acknowledgement forthcoming today February 8th, 2022

Matthew and Abby Harris
express gratitude concerning largesse
regarding quite a few bags of comestibles
plus two twenty five dollar gift cards
applicable at Giant supermarket.

After myself and the missus
(courtesy friendly youngish gal)
beckoned, motioned, and...

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Categories: trout, angel, blessing, devotion, february, giving, heaven, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Old Styles Old Smiles
One fine blustering autumn day an old man puts on his boots pulls up his trousers off he goes,
If anyone wondered where he was going it was to a forest a good long walk it...

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Categories: trout, nature, day, old, autumn, day, fish, horse,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Memory of Lost Innocence
Memory of Lost Innocence 

We were just kids running down the hillside, with youthful spontaneity marking the passage of time. No beaten path, we just flowed where our little hearts took us, wedging our way...

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Categories: trout, child, death, memory, sad,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Mouthwash Guppy
Out of all of the plastic mouth wash bottles in America, I had to fall into this one.
It happened in the middle of a life changing moment on Tuesday when I wished too hard to...

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Categories: trout, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Limericks croises: Once a Mother Professor and Daughter
Limericks croisés : Once a Mother Professor and Daughter
     for Farid & Zafir

Once (a) Mother Professor and Daughter
Came to Paris to see a Poet Mister

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: trout, humor, mother daughter,
Form: Limerick
Maintaining marital covenant bailiwick wife doth master
which prime mate affectionately called buttock blaster
alimentary explosion ofttimes causes global disaster
upon such gaseous debacle run for your life ever faster!

Yours truly (humorously dry husband)
can definitively attest,
she (thee missus) nixed, ordained,
inured, espoused blessed
discrete frolicsome liaisons...

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Categories: trout, adventure, break up, devotion, forgiveness, grief, happiness,
Form: Rhyme

Politech chef in the kitchen
cooking up another Microsoft microdot
meth batch of morphology
Walter White’s in the house
brewing more truth breaking bad
tweet juice chemical toxicity
And the viral caged bird brains
are getting subliminally stamped
with the neon glowing letters...

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Categories: trout, culture, metaphor, political, truth,
Form: Rhyme
The Smith Boys
At Sixty-One I write these stories not for fun or prosperity....
Or profit.....

You have to understand the times.....It was the Fifties....
The Smith boys..all three of us...
Greg, my brother Reggie and Me...
We had it all....and didn't know...

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Categories: trout, familymom, dad, brother, adventure, brother, dad, mom,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Hay Meadow Creek
The Hay Meadow Creek divides my Parent's land
Its waters run clear and true
It then flows into the Prairie
Along untended Lincoln County lands.

The Prairie is a little wider
A little deeper too
Its banks are a little more...

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Categories: trout, life, nature, places, dance, summer, dance, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Alaska The Rarest Gem


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Categories: trout, america, culture, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Times

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Categories: trout, earth, journey, life, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
PhD In Redneck
I have go not advanced degree
from a fancy eastern school.
I’ve no idea who Beckett is,
so you declare that I’m a fool.
Yet yesterday I restored to life
an old engine from the thirties,
I’ve got a PhD in...

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Categories: trout, america, anger, how i feel, i am,
Form: Rhyme
One Square Mile
In one square mile, northeast of Noojee,
there are seven birds that I often get to see
as I walk on the tracks in pristine forestry,
in one square mile, northeast of Noojee.

A Whipbird crack through ti-tree scrub,

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Categories: trout, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Chowder Horn For My Dad
Our roots run deep into the Philadelphia bells of acoustical waves of your musical melodies, sound in my distant ear, the sailors storm on the wooden ferry I ride, into the depths, of a swamps...

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Categories: trout, adventure, appreciation, dad, death, father, guitar, i
Form: Free verse
Dandling Up And Down Upon The Lap Of The Wind Part Number Two Gusto
Yes, our Creator's Love; this always comes and it goes between to good people and or thing, and in and between Him just as each uses this all; to remain faithfully helpful; to this effort...

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© James Long  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: trout, 11th grade, 12th grade, 1st grade, 4th
Form: Bio
A short story of my NDE, in story form Pt 1

In the 80's I lived in Anchorage Alaska. You could go anywhere and catch salmon till your arms fell off. I would drive for hours to fish in completely desolate (of people) lakes. There were...

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Categories: trout, nostalgia, water, fish, me, water,
Form: Narrative