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Premium Member A World Without Pity
After wishing me a good morning, he said that it was all set,
It was time to raze the house, even though I wasn't in debt!

But they wanted to build a big highway, exactly in this...

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Categories: tulip, adventure, fantasy, home, lost, time, world,
Form: Couplet



In London Town
In London Town, a girl was born
Who lost the crown, but won the scorn 
Of Lady Margaret's deep disdain
For anything, she cannot reign

Her daughter's name was Mary Grace
A maiden with a beaming face
Who blessed the...

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Categories: tulip, beauty, conflict, england, faith, family, love, poverty,
Form: Rhyme
Hidden Treasures

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Categories: tulip, art,
Form: Shape
Mehmet Akif Ersoy translations
Mehmet Akif Ersoy: Modern English Translations of Turkish Poems

Mehmet Âkif Ersoy (1873-1936) was a Turkish poet, author, writer, academic, member of parliament, and the composer of the Turkish National Anthem.



Snapshot
by Mehmet Akif Ersoy
loose English translation/interpretation...

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Categories: tulip, dark, death, earth, grave, life, war, world,
Form: Ghazal
Turkish Poetry Translations I
Turkish Poetry Translations I



Ben Sana Mecburum: "You are indispensable"
by Attila Ilhan
translation by Nurgul Yayman and Michael R. Burch

You are indispensable; how can you not know
that you're like nails riveting my brain? 
I see your eyes...

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Categories: tulip, lost love, love, love hurts, memory, relationship,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Red Tulips
Under a tree of wet blossoms, shimmering to life in the sun, one honey bee is circling around two burly men, who wave it off,  with childlike dramatics...arms flailing.   One of them,...

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Categories: tulip, friendship, me, red, spring, tree,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Spring's Kindness - a collaboration with Regina McIntosh

Cascading off the winter chill
leaving warmth wherever it traces
the edge of the daffodil, tulip or crocus
spring shines its brilliant rays across
the windowpane that mirrors the friendly praise
coloring the seals with such sweet appeal 

lavender lilacs...

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Categories: tulip, appreciation, beauty, inspiration, joy, nature, spring,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Spring's Kindness - a collaboration with Susan Ashley


Cascading off the winter chill
leaving warmth wherever it traces
the edge of the daffodil, tulip or crocus
spring shines its brilliant rays across
the windowpane that mirrors the friendly praise
coloring the seals with such sweet appeal 

lavender lilacs...

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Categories: tulip, appreciation, inspiration, spring,
Form: Free verse
LOVE POEM MEDLEY PART 2
Sometimes everything seems fake to me, and I am so tired of people acting like they remember what love is. 
Everyone says it. 
“I love you, I love you, I love you.” 
No words are...

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Categories: tulip, life, love, girl, words, me, world, fire,
Form: Prose Poetry
A Tulip Grows Under An Evergreen - Inspired By The Poets At PoetrySoup

A
fine
Parrot Tulip
in vibrant intensities 
with unique undertones
of green acquirable only in a 
few forests. A ruby red swirls within 
its petals beckons awareness of those very 
strokes that live in the lustre of your shapely...

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Categories: tulip, beautiful, beauty, earth, light, love, romance, romantic,
Form: Shape
Premium Member The Age Of Summer Love Was Kismet Kissed
The Age Of Summer Love Was Kismet Kissed
(a Sonnet duet)


Our summer love began in Gemini 
with sultry eves of wooing escapades,
and as the moon did swoon as it drew nigh
my lust you stirred with strumming...

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Categories: tulip, art, heart, love, passion, relationship, romance, writing,
Form: Sonnet
My Bi-polar Disorder part 2
I let this misery and dreariness grow because I was left without a single tulip-beauty trace
I didn't mean to take advantage of you...next time, I will a changed man 
Spiraling down all day and night...

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Categories: tulip, change, deep, depression, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Seasons
Spring — a life anew

Prodding rays of warming glow,
sunshine.
Crusted ice and snow
slowly melting into trickling drops. 
First to bloom
a crocus blue, a tulip tries to rise.

How long the wait
and freezing rain
chilled the weary bones.
Heat up...

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Categories: tulip, seasons,
Form: Blank verse
Mrs Maya
Under the towering bridge, beside the tulip garden, next to the curvy ridge, sat a soldier awaiting no one.
 
Merged with a melody of notes, when the rappling river hummed it's tune, this man felt...

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Categories: tulip, absence, death, for him, heartbroken, heaven, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Numbers in Uphill Letters
[A cuppa with mademoiselle Fana Tesfagiorgis] 

I had just driven my ageless self into the Kaufmanns’ 1936–1939 
Frank Lloyd Wright-constructed Pennsylvania getaway:Falling Water Mansion– 
In a 1959 Harley Earl, Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, and in the...

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Categories: tulip, appreciation,
Form: I do not know?
We Have A Winner!!
Yes, indeed, Mr. John Heck is the winner with his answer-"Tulips"; His reasoning 
is as follows...Keyboard humor; a somewhat off color joke I've heard, and 
apparently, so has John, which goes: What's better than roses...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tulip, adventure, computer-internet, nature, on writing and words,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Wake Asia Wake - Part One - 4
And remember the sun never really sets only on covetousness
            no greater co-prosperity sphere is there than inner contentment
     ...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tulip, inspirational, brother, old, brother, old, sun,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Wildflower

A wildflower grows on the cobblestoned streets of this dingy town,
Among the dirt and debris left behind by the seasons.
A misplaced beauty working her way up among the cracks between
the rocks of this place she...

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Categories: tulip, beautiful, flower, longing,
Form: Prose
The Answer to Complaint Part 2
Apostate hearts and palsied hands Your earthly lives debase,
You all, to your great Prophet (PBUH), are Bringers of deep disgrace;
Those idol-breakers all have gone, You idolaters are,
Abraham was the father, you His sons, are but...

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Categories: tulip, allah, faith,
Form: Heroic Couplet
Premium Member The T-U-L-I-P
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Categories: tulip, life, love, love,
Form: Free verse
Thanks To You All
Thanks to you all
Thanks to those who come to 
poetrysoup.com, practise poems, 
write, read and share poems 
and comment on others

Thanks to those who read my
writings, do comments, follow 
me, avoid my poems, block
and ban...

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Categories: tulip, how i feel,
Form: Prose Poetry
Tablecloth telling the time
A weasel wibble wobbling can be said to have ingested copious amounts of indemonstrable indelible ink today as it soared into doorways, hallways, cloakrooms, and buffet tables. Buffet tables are neither buffaloes or bongos. In...

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Categories: tulip, beach,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Dancing In The Rain
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Categories: tulip,
Form: Acrostic
Politically Incorrect
Once transformed into an angel of light

Bite into,
Having long viscous fangs that bite
Gone our the lost days of getting respect now in a daze
Perhaps this is the politically incorrect faze?

Politically Incorrect,
Zero tollerance for misinterpretation of...

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Categories: tulip, adventure, art, black african american, brother, business,
Form: Free verse
salted saturation
Four, six, or seventeen tulip buds grinning. Of course not on a salt marsh. Leave that alone. Misted aromas of ancestral graves should be cared for not dug but if a slug us in power...

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Categories: tulip, bird,
Form: I do not know?