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Lose Poems

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Boxes of Books
In the basement storage space
Where tenants get to stow
Those items they’ve collected,
Lots of things now have to go.

They’re cleaning up, so it was time
To sort through what we’d kept,
Deciding what to ditch or save
(Or what I could accept).

My husband’s books...Read More
Categories: lose, books, memory,
Form: Rhyme



Show him who you are
You can't justify people's actions,
When they were intended to hurt,
It might make you at peace,
But you'll get treated like dirt,

You can't let the devil in,
If he'll give you a prize after,
It just isn't worth the pain,
It will end in disaster,

We...Read More
Categories: lose, abuse,
Form: Rhyme
Smile
A smile needs no words
	It is sweeter than any compliment

A smile needs no sound
	It is louder than any extolment

A smile is irresistible
	It evokes curiousness

A smile in infectious
	It induces smiles on long faces

A smile can hide something
	It blossoms over what aches...Read More
Categories: lose, blessing, happy, heart, self, senses, sensual, smile,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Friend with Privileges
How shall I begin,
we say we're not a couple,
but we had been living together 
since I don't know when.
Why I can tell you how the day will go 
by the way she breaks wind.
Now I'll say good morning, 
no matter...Read More
Categories: lose, cute love, fantasy, humor, life, meaningful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Obsession
The touch
        the feel
                the taste of you
lingers on my soul.  
You quietly touch the corner of...Read More
Categories: lose, fate, love,
Form: Free verse



DUSK

So many seek you by the light of the dawn only to lose you through the haze of dusk
You are mysterious at times a silent secret  in the navel of mans thoughts, a deviance 
a variate inside the doors...Read More
Categories: lose, truth,
Form: Free verse
O beings of flesh and blood
O' beings of flesh and blood, 
Behold thy breaths! 
For I am sent to put an end
To your infinite cruelties and untamed lusts! 

What have you done to Earth! 
What have you done to hearts! 
You ruined the buds
You murdered...Read More
Categories: lose, abuse, anxiety, corruption, cry, death, depression, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member -afflatus-
to lose a muse is none but sorrow,
no fuse can chase away the fear-
words shall appear and be near tomorrow

my inspiration is my revelation,
creativity with epiphanies of light-
found insight in a flight of meditation

divinity in security and laughter in purity,
freedom...Read More
Categories: lose, appreciation, inspiration, life, muse,
Form: Tristich
Love, Learn, Lose
The Ls are all mixed in together. You love. You lose. And you learn. Like the stages of grief, they intertwine and flow together. But you will always go through them all. While you learn who your partner is and...Read More
Categories: lose, break up, farewell, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sacred Discernment
Perhaps a way to turn
from failed
and often violent
retributive justice
to grab healthy hold
of restorative justice

Would ask,
What is this deep difference
between discerning judgment
and moralistic judgment?

To discern,
and not to condemn,
is mutually empowering
and not autonomously powering over another,
against all Others potentially suspicious,
falling short of...Read More
Categories: lose, anti bullying, caregiving, health, integrity, judgement, parents,
Form: Political Verse
My Friend, A Father
Some people think
   and then they say,
I understand
   you feel this way.

When actually
   they have no clue,
What on earth
   life's like as you.

Though meaning well
   the words, they bite,
Without the...Read More
Categories: lose, death, father son, friend, grief,
Form: Rhyme
Numbers
I've just counted up to ten
And missed that number out again
It's between three and five
And it rhymes with more
I need to keep this rhyme short
I have not got much to report
I know the Chinese lose their breath
In their language this...Read More
Categories: lose, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Changing Views
Changing Views

The coffee in my cup is bitter, 
like the bad taste in my mouth. 
I have been up too long, 
to take back the night,
as the morning has come, 
and it is bright, 
beyond my dreams. 

I have searched...Read More
Categories: lose, crazy, for him, graduate, growing up, image,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ode to Silent Cal Coolidge
They called him 'Silent Cal'
  He didn't say very much at all
President about 100 years ago
  Seems like longer than that now, though

Guests at White House Parties
  Waxed eloquent in line and verse
While Cal Coolidge sat there...Read More
Categories: lose, leadership, silence, tribute,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Democracy On Fire
In "On Fire"
Naomi Klein reminds us
win/lose capitalism invites a collective action vacuum
and abhors restrictions on money-accumulating freedom,

But Earth,
a healthy global climate,
healthy ecosystems
invite regenerative win/win climax
of cooperatively nurturing health systems
and abhor inhumane definitions of "wealth"
as privately-held and autonomously sequestered currency
energy
natural resources
human...Read More
Categories: lose, earth, engagement, health, integrity, political, psychological, social,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Wet My Plants


Springtime has me in a trance 
Lose control and wet my plants
When the sun doth shine
Reminds me it's time
Think of love and discard my pants




...Read More
Categories: lose, humor,
Form: Limerick
Your Love's A Killer
Oh, child of mine where did you go
You seem so dark and cold
And I am still here all alone
No first born left to hold

Oh, tell me of that velvet fog
The one that lifts you high
But killed your laughter stone cold...Read More
Categories: lose, drug,
Form: Rhyme
Jagged Edges
With any storm comes carnage, darkness and despair
Some of its imagined, but the rest of it’s right there.
As the fury ran its course, I’ve clung to what I know
It’s in these tests and trials where true colors often show

as the...Read More
Categories: lose, motivation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Choice
Will life return with the morning sun?
Will its very existence by sought by one?
Who will win and who will lose?
It now has come your time to choose.

As darkness sweeps across the land.
We form small groups and slowly band.
The struggle for...Read More
Categories: lose, addiction, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Once upon a forgotten Kingdom
Once upon a time in Erin land,
the sun smiled on the people 
the rains communed peacefully with thunderstorms
Erin flowed with palm wine and palm oil, 
And her children drank to their fill  
Oba Adeniran, was a great king, 
loved...Read More
Categories: lose, africa, brother, bullying, forgiveness, satire, society, violence,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Bumblebee Honey
I've never seen a Bumblebee 
Lose a fight with a Snapdragon
No matter where or when
The mighty Bumblebee 
Opens wide the dragon's mighty jaws
And deftly crawls inside
To steal the coveted prize
And defeat the mighty dragon
(Of which there can be many!)

In fact,...Read More
Categories: lose, animal, flower, humor, insect, uplifting,
Form: Narrative
Unknown Last Name
Night falls so calm like the stars ready to race the sunset, where are you this lovely evening as I have you in mind like the stars ready to bring out this night alive yet lively, I await like the...Read More
Categories: lose, beauty, blessing, deep, desire, fantasy, for him,
Form: I do not know?
The Women of the Bible
Women of the Bible (02/15/20)
Eve the very first woman to give birth.
The very first woman to populate the Earth.
Sarah the first woman to give birth when she was 90 years old.
What a miracle to behold.
Miriam watching over her brother, Mosses...Read More
Categories: lose, bible, women,
Form: Rhyme
Sins of a Father
Sins of a father

While younger we were running, to what we did not know.
Quick to love, fast at play, a canvas white as snow.
But as we grew in knowledge and taller by the day
cracks they began showing, a chasm in...Read More
Categories: lose, family,
Form: Narrative
Shield
Shield

We held your dying baby, we tried our very best.
Even though you caused it, we treated you like the rest.

we dragged you from that car crash, the one that killed that child
we still told you that you’d be ok, regardless...Read More
Categories: lose, poems,
Form: Free verse