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April's Babbling Foolishness
(Created using the bAbBlE sentence generator, various text excerpts, and a minuscule bit of human editing.) 

And she smells good without keeping all ...

Beef, sitting lonely on that lies floating on the tufted floor. "Surely,"...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetable, art, computer, crazy, food, funny, horror, humor,
Form: Prose



An Uppercut I Remember
Dad hit me only once, an upper cut to the solar plexus. It nearly lifted me off my feet. I was 17 then and already fairly tall, 6’1.” He was 48 and of medium height,...

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Categories: vegetable, father son,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member My White House Interview
I was nervous about my newest client.
Not every Permaculture Designer gets a contract
with the WhiteHouse.
But, when the President called,
or twittered,
for an intake interview,
I guess it felt like an obligation
to at least show up,
although perhaps about...

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Categories: vegetable, caregiving, earth, health, humor, nature, trust, truth,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member On My Mother Passing

ON MY MOTHER’S PASSING

i wanted to keep my mother physically with me
but it would be like trying to hold the sun
like in life she still shines brighter than any star
is as gentle as the finest...

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Categories: vegetable, cheer up, mother, mother son,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Kidnapped by Aliens
They had kept me imprisoned there for three full days,
In that sparse, solitary room, of scarce sunshine rays.

Having good food to eat, had never been a problem; 
They brought hot meals, but the problem was...

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Categories: vegetable, adventure, earth, fantasy, imagery, space, stars,
Form: Couplet



No Title
I have slept but I have not slept
I have not slept but I have slept
For the first time in two years
I slept without a word of care
No codes, no crossroads
No railroads, no shiploads
No lizards no...

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Categories: vegetable, america, betrayal, character, emotions, environment, food, gender,
Form: Narrative
Human Being With A Soul
We are human being with a soul
We were taken from the North and South Pole
And left in a basket at the flagpole
If all the relics in history were unfold
You would discover that the real threshold
Is...

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Categories: vegetable, body, bullying, change, community, conflict, faith, humanity,
Form: Free verse
I Had No Clue It Was Valentines Day Part 1
I had no clue it was Valentine’s Day
Because no one said happy Valentine’s Day
I had no clue it was valentines’ Day
Because I had no one to share the Day
I ventured into another world
And drifted off...

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Categories: vegetable, angel, celebration, community, confidence, death, encouraging, environment,
Form: Narrative
SUPPER AT THE CAUSEWAY
East west north or south which way should I go?
East West north or south, I just want to sing and shout
We have just had a nice little shower,
To cool down the boiling temperature, 
but it...

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Categories: vegetable, appreciation, business, fish, food, good friday, ocean,
Form: Narrative
My Day Part 2 continued From Part 1
Continued  From My Day Part1
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Just as I thought of it a little old woman stumbled up beside me and greeted me with a funny dialect
I had to listen hard to understand the content of...

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Categories: vegetable, adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing, community, courage, desire,
Form: Narrative
Nigerian Independence Celebration
As October 1 approaches, HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY……………………
I have enormous tracts of land and vast volumes of water, but cannot feed myself.
So I spend $1 billion to import rice and another $2 billion on milk.
I produce...

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Categories: vegetable, celebration, freedom,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI 51 - Tongue-Teasing Epigrams
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LI - Tongue-Teasers

If you want to give someone a « taste of his own medicine", you must first obtain sufficient quantities of the same medicine in the market, and if it’s out-of-stock -...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetable, corruption, judgement, planet, poetry, science, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The Market Place
I have been trying to pen this verse for the past two weeks but
Someone was standing in my way and my mind went astray
Can’t you see that it is a brand new day?
Winter has subsided...

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Categories: vegetable, change, character, courage, environment, metaphor, money, truth,
Form: Narrative
The Abandon Farm
I have always wanted something wonderful out of life
But my mother said there is always a price
It has nothing to do with land, money or property 
Someone has always been there for me and I...

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Categories: vegetable, betrayal, change, corruption, destiny, farm, hope, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Saturday Night Smoke
Saturday Night Smoke

It is Saturday night, and I have to put up a  terrible fight, 
It is Saturday night, and the people are walking around with much delight, the days are creeping up slowly...

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Categories: vegetable, anxiety, appreciation, art, business, community, growth, hope,
Form: Narrative
My Day Part 1 continued in Part 2
The rest of this poem continued in Part 2
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I had to get out from behind the wall so that my spirit could grow tall
I had to get out from behind the wall to breathe fresh...

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Categories: vegetable, adventure, america, community, courage, encouraging, happiness, leadership,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Thomas Found The Philosopher's Stone
Thomas was walking through his favorite part of the forest,
where the overturned giant oak tree has been a sitting spot
for him since childhood, the part of the forest that is lit
a little bit thanks to...

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Categories: vegetable, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Family Gardeners
I've noticed
since early years on the family farm
with large matriarchally planted and harvested gardens,
that food,
for moms,
is a natural,
and yet also spiritual,
communion relationship.

Nutrition evolves from and for communal relatives
of which we are ourselves made
and nurtured into...

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Categories: vegetable, caregiving, earth, garden, gender, health, humor, nature,
Form: Political Verse
I Am Feeling Alive Again
I see the smiles beaming in your eyes
And I can hear the passion moving in your voice
I can feel your breath moving inside me
And your spirit soaring above me
I wish if I could fully understand...

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Categories: vegetable, appreciation, blessing, business, community, cute love, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Food for thought Over what has been lost
Food for thought !
Over what has been lost.

Days of long ago - filled with much flavour,
Foods exotic – for the discerning palate to savour.

There was Beef Wellington to enjoy.
Delicious, Lobster Thermador – Oh Boy !

There...

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Categories: vegetable, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member YOU CAN'T QuITe the SOUP-
"ls this explicit can it be more than just a thought a true story within each letter place. Together in a line in a single line, there's Glory post haste. I just want to tell...

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Categories: vegetable, adventure, analogy, encouraging, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member The Bird Feeder
Sometimes,
not often enough,
I stop my morning routine
to watch the feeding drama breathe feathered flurries in and out,
on, 
and under,
my side-yard bird feeder

Outside my kitchen windows
over this morning's sudsy sink,
looking across a twinkling white field
of early...

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Categories: vegetable, bird, community, earth, humanity, humor, nature, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member November Fairy Twinkle
Kerry Ann gleamed with undeterred joy and twinkled in anticipation

It was her birthday and as a true Sagittarius she had colourful vision 

And a sharp bow for shooting the moon to get closer to serious...

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Categories: vegetable, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Humus me My vegetated chokes ingest
Humus me? My vegetated chokes ingest!
(jokes all in jest)

Hard to believe, I orange in a lee
started life as barely visible speck!

Just in the course of healthy growing
season, this former minute nearly
microscopic entity developed into
quite pleasing...

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Categories: vegetable, 11th grade, 12th grade, animal, beautiful, crazy,
Form: Bio
Premium Member The Sheep Before Christmas
'Twas the night before Christmas and all were asleep,
Not a creature was stirring, not even a sheep.
The cattle were snoozing, the pigs were at rest
And the chickens were settled asleep on the nest.

Apart from some...

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© Lee Leon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: vegetable, adventure, animal, christmas, december, fantasy, farm, night,
Form: Quatrain