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Dear Rich,
Rich,

The weather turned cold 
And a friendless mood came upon me
My companion was no where to be found
My last resort was to let go of all the passion I had

Sitting at our familiar place
I realized...

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Categories: confusion, devotion, hope, inspirational, life, lost love,
Form: Tyburn



Hospital Halls and Walls
I catch a fleeting glimpse of her room from the hall,
my back slams lightly against the wall,
slumping listlessly, my anger out of control.
As she lies in her hospital bed, tubes patrol
in and out of every...

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Categories: lifeanger, universe,
Form: Tyburn
Acrobatic Essence of Zephyr
Swift
winds drift
parading
hopes cascading
lift

Zephyr's delight
caressing branches in the breeze
Zephyr's delight
Spirals of light
flickering shadows from the trees
Currents of erotic winds tease
Zephyr's delight

Spires
from mires
of gray sway
and receive thrills
as the soft whispered breath of Zephyr spills. 

Rushing
Gushing
Fleeting
reeting
Zephyr races Rushing,...

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Categories: tyburn, nature, sweet, sweet,
Form: Cinquain
Early One Morning
I watched as the last star of night faded out
And sunlight filtered over the distance
The horizon simmering on amber seas
I watched from the shore.

The gentle ripples of dawn tide awaken
A sleeping world and here on...

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Categories: fantasy, world, silver,
Form: Tyburn
I Chose To Be A Poet
When I started my writings I didn’t know that much;
But, as I began to write, I learn to know so much.

Let’s say I knew a thing when I got featured, my poem;
I knew what rhyme...

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Categories: tyburn, devotion, education, life, on work and working,
Form: Lyric



History
Sometimes life is unfair
We are stuck with what happens to us
Our heart and mind captures our worst and best moments
and all this they call memory
Why the hell it was created is beyond me
but how it...

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Categories: confusion, heart, heart,
Form: Tyburn
Sassy
Your book says 'Honor Thy Mother and Father' and you tell me I must follow this.
But I must dispute back and insist you cannot honor those who aren't honorable.
And you watch me as I take...

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Categories: confusion, life, me, me,
Form: Tyburn
Nothingness
All the stars in the sky, 
have fallen from above, 
And rained down upon my world, 
as broken pieces of love. 

Here a piece, there a piece, 
all about they be. 
Like hope, faith, and...

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Categories: love, heart, heart, love, me, universe,
Form: Tyburn
A Zealous Poet
All right, no more Abecedarian again!
Buzz off,
Cut me some slack,
Dogging me,
Entrapping me with a 
Form of poetry I am not
Good at,
Hamilton!
I entreat you
Jot down some other forms that won’t
Knock me off my rocker, like
Lyric, Limerick...

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Categories: tyburn, word play,
Form: Abecedarian
PHLOWERY PHOOLS
         FLOWERY FOOLS

I totally take gardenias for granted
As do I the petulant petunias someone planted
I neither bless nor bow to any bouquet
Nor any overused flowery cliché
I walk...

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Categories: faith, children, funeral, happiness, pets, philosophy,
Form: Tyburn
Comic Book Superstar
If it makes you feel better
Consummate Hero
You make the world so vivid
As you spread the night.
If the world can play to the second
You could be President.

In touch with reality, not at all
Sky Kommandant, wilted in...

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Categories: tyburn, satire, world,
Form: Free verse
Finding Fantasy
"I open the door and cross the threshold of imagination"

Light
Darkness
Collision 
Fantasy world
Opens up mystical vision and then
Allows oracles to see Wilde beasts
In here only
Close the door
Behind
You

Fly fast
Fly free
Flutter
Wings
Wild eyed wanderer just with me
We are etched...

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© Tim B  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tyburn, fantasy, love, dance, dance,
Form: Tetractys
Premium Member Two-faced
A tyburn is a six line poem consisting of 2,2,2,2,9,9 syllables. 
The first four lines rhyme and are all descriptive words. 
The last two lines rhyme and incorporate the 
1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th lines...

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Categories: love hurts,
Form: Tyburn
KNOWLEDGE-2
Knowledge abound for those who seek and embrace it diligently
Now I can write Tyburn,ABC,dodoitsu,sedoka,senryu and Euphony,
Of which are not known to me and many others before
With directions,write ups and contests;amateurs are no more.
Love is abundant...

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Categories: tyburn, love, people, poetry,
Form: Acrostic
The Ending Part of My Life, The Beginning Part Of My Suffering
 The Ending Part of My Life, The Beginning Part Of My Suffering
8/02/10
By: Sami LaRose


The tears are over powering my view
Making it impossible to see into the moonlight
So many noises all around, when I just...

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Categories: depression, sympathy, teen, time,
Form: Tyburn
Premium Member - Violets Are Not Always Blue -




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Categories: blue,
Form: Tyburn
The Taunting Tree
Timing                                  ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, history, sad,
Form: Tyburn
Premium Member - Grapes Are Not Always Sweet -



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Categories: friendship,
Form: Tyburn
The Mixed-Rhymer

Tyburn and Diamante, the smarty and the glow, are now here
and they’re ready, perfectly ready, to be read by you my dear!

The wintry weather have mantled their innocent forms all day, 
and by the window...

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Categories: tyburn, family, life, nature, nostalgia, on writing and
Form: Couplet
Premium Member - Roses Are Not Always Red -

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Categories: emotions,
Form: Tyburn
WRITE ME A TYBURN - HIC A HIC TYBURN




HIC, A HIC, TYBURN 
~~~~~~~~~~~


Windy,
Windy,
Whiney,
Winey.
A  day down a windy, windy road,
okay, me a whiney, winey toad!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Homonyms: Windy - Blowing.  Windy - Meandering.  Both based on English English.
Homophones: Whiney, always moaning, winey, hic,...

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Categories: wind, wine,
Form: Tyburn
A TYBURN TRILOGY INSPIRED BY ANNE-LISE



YOU KNOW YOU CAN
~~~~~~~~~

Thank you
bless you!
Will you?
Hope you.
For your comment, thank you, bless you too.
I have to ask, will you, hope you do!

Can not,
will not,
care not,
do not,
To say that you can not, will not try;
is...

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Categories: appreciation, dedication, words,
Form: Tyburn