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Premium Member Rainbow Sherbet and dying Poems
I never got why you always
Ate the red pink color out 
The Sherbet ice cream

It was like excavation
How you removed all the cherry
Without even affecting the other colors

Leaving the orange and the vanilla
Neatly for others

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Categories: volleyball, bereavement, best friend, cancer, caregiving, death of
Form: Dramatic Verse

Premium Member Life Through a Child's Eyes

finding shapes in clouds
or four-leaf clovers in fields . . .
the child’s eye searches

What does it mean to view life through a child’s eyes? For me it means searching for things of wonder to revel...

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Categories: volleyball, child,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Those Were The Days, I'm Telling You

High School ~

Being asked to search my memory of school 'daze' gone by
is asking quite a lot of me but I promise to give it a try.
A country high school can't compare to a fancy...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: volleyball, introspection, school, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
To the girl that I used to be
When I was 5 years old, I remember that I ran wild and free.
I always wanted to grow up, become a better person, and become the person I always wanted to be.
I always thought of...

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Categories: volleyball, love, mom,
Form: Rhyme
The Balls: A Parody of Poe's The Bells
Hear the bouncing of the balls--
What a sound of merriment they cause when each ball falls!
How they echo, echo, echo,
Inside the gymnasium walls,
Arriving at a crescendo
While the spectators shout “Bravo!”
Drowning the referee’s calls;
And the players...

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Categories: 11th grade, basketball, humorous, parody, sound, volleyball,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Fresno Fuzzy Socks And The Chattahoochee Crocs
No-one knows precisely when the rivalry began; 
thirty-two the legend goes; eighteen or nineteen?
It's not clear, nor can it be confirmed.

Apart from once in fifty-nine
For reasons lost in time;
The Fresno Fuzzy Socks
And The Chattahoochee Crocs

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Categories: volleyball, humor,
Form: Free verse
Birthday Blessing for Michelle
On a bitter cold snowy, snowy day
She entered the world her own way
My sweet courageous daughter 'Shelly
Beautiful blue eyes and a Fire in her belly

Bubble gum stuck in her curly blonde hair
With a heart full...

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Categories: volleyball, birthday,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member ERIC'S TREE
I pass it every time Ava has a home volleyball game 
and It makes me wonder about fate..
It’s a tree…growing outside my old classroom…planted in 1988.

It was for one of my Autistic students that this...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: volleyball, inspiration, teacher,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Out of Time
It was a beautiful day for a picnic in the park,
We all thought we would stay there until dark.

Just enjoying the peace of a late summer bliss,
Like a departing lover engages you with a kiss!


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Categories: volleyball, adventure, bird, family, fantasy, imagery, journey, time,
Form: Couplet
Surf's Up With Danny
(or)  Those Summer Days With Danny

Those Sun-Filled Days With Danny
Where We Walked Along The Shore
Beside Star-Fish Strewn On The Beach
Tossed Above The Ocean's Floor ...

Where Danny Surfed The Waves
and Raced The Crested Curls
& Showed...

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Categories: volleyball, beach, boyfriend, first love, growing up, happy,
Form: Light Verse
He dreamt of car races and our sunny California beaches.
Of tanned women playing volleyball. Yes, all were within his vibrant reach.
Porsche-mania, though was his all.
Some talk endlessly of dreams coming true, but Bruce, followed them. He

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Categories: volleyball, cousin, memorial, thanks, tribute,
Form: Prose Poetry
You're worth it
 Sometimes we want 
to grow up fast.
 Others we want our youth to 
 Sometimes we want to change 
the past.
 Others we want to leave it 
alone because it was such a 

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Categories: volleyball, caregiving, depression, friendship, happiness, hope, inspirational, love,
Form: Free verse
My Father's cleats
 It’s funny how my father’s hobby became mine. He has been a sportsman all his life, he played basketball, volleyball and softball all his youth, but his real passion is soccer and even though...

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Categories: volleyball, childhood, family, father, history, life, time, funny,
Form: Free verse
You Ask Who She Is.
Elegant, yet simple, confident,
Mistaken for a seventeen year old at times,
Goes to the park every weekend, 
She spends her summers with her family, 
Volleyball under the rain, soda is her addiction,
Education keeps her going, Sugary,...

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Categories: volleyball, adventureheart, heart, life,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Powder Blue Box
the injustice of
the powder blue box
standing proudly
on the corner of
fifty-seventh and fifth

A symbol of division
extending the partition
between wealth and
everyone else

back around the way
the old shabby
half shingled house

was home to the
second hand charlie brown
size thirteen shoes


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Categories: volleyball, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member For Kerri And April
A cacophony of cheers
Sand sprays like fireworks
From feet, hands, ball, hair.
Four women, two-a-side,
In a battle for the ages.

A motion of fluidity and a
Knowledge brought forth
From years in the fray.
Sun, rain, the elements,
Just more adversaries

In a...

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Categories: america, beach, courage, patriotic, sports, volleyball, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member playground politics-writer's notes
playground politics

we zap and zip
read my lips
we hide and seek
from teacher's peek
on swings
we wing 
on slides
we cried
marbles play 
swords we flay
should i repeat
another beat
marbles play
swords we flay
never mind 
what we find
king of the hill
jack and...

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Categories: volleyball, perspective, prayer, school,
Form: Rhyme
Football, volleyball, baseball --- a nonsensical poem
Football, volleyball, baseball, softball, 
Racquetball, handball, basketball, hardball. . . . 
There're lots of sports in the world you play with a ball, 
And you can't play any of them if you're an oddball. 


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Categories: volleyball, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Different Ball Same Rules
I took a shortcut through the basketball court to get to the airport
But I started running up and down on the basketball court
I picked up a ball from behind the goal post
And join the boys...

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Categories: volleyball, appreciation, basketball, blessing, celebration, encouraging, england, games,
Form: Narrative
Spreading Happiness
Spring appears in waves of magenta, ochre, and kelly green 

Prisms dance across hallways and ceilings 

Raucous laughter rolls over fields of clover 

Each child spreads their arms and runs, tumbles, 
and blows bubbles 


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Categories: volleyball, nature, spring,
Form: Acrostic
Lorne Park Days
What good memories living with our parents and grandparents Dr.Wolf and Dr.Erika,
My sons Kirk and Erik and my younger sister Antje and I all lived together in the beautiful house.

My sons signed up for soccer,...

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Categories: volleyball, appreciation, blessing, children, family, god, grandparents, hockey,
Form: Free verse
Hello again
hello again my page
hello again my paper
It's good to see you again
I've been a little wayward
your wayward son
I'm sorry I have a been little depressed
something came up
and turned my world inside out
just another typical...

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Categories: volleyball, crush,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Oodles of Childhood Memories
Picking berries on grandpa’s farm;
watching him milk cows in the barn.
Getting chased once by swarms of bees.
Oodles of childhood memories.

Books that I read with so much to gain.
Walking down that long country lane;
Hiding behind and...

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Categories: volleyball, childhood,
Form: Rhyme
What Happened To The Giants, Part III
...Now their have been sightings since that dark time,
like Bigfoot the giant myth will not die,
but as to the flesh-and-blood giant race
it is unlikely one will ever rise.

But as I explained, much loving was done,

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Categories: volleyball, conflict, history, myth, people, perspective, science, time,
Form: Epic
Sanctuary III

My throat feels scratchy
I'm irritable and edgy
Coming down with the flu
Trying to go for success 
I'm still pending
Reaching out to you oh Lord
Please don't make your ears too heavy
I'm ready to repent as my levy

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© Phatt Matt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: volleyball, anger, blue, character, conflict, deep, depression, emotions,
Form: I do not know?