Maxima Poems

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Premium Member The Monochrome Echo Chamber


"The Monochrome Echo Chamber"




How many Roads
to It
Black is Black? or Unicorns and Rainbows?

Unitarian 1 and only 1 
Trinitarian 3 exist in 1 
An answer arrives unheralded 

Reversed in Time
Something has lit the fuse
something without colour sparks 

Light through Matter Dark
opened...Read More
Categories: maxima, color, dark, humanity, i am, light, science,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member Canada


Does anyone know how it feels to be free
Not like other lands where people struggle to flee
To live in Canada
My chest is maxima
My home and native land, no place I'd rather be




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Categories: maxima, happiness,
Form: Limerick
Inside Green Africa
Inside the green land of Africa
An idea was born in a gentle mind
It grew up to develop like a hyacinth 
With pure water and no huge mud

Inside the huge green land Jinja
Africa, Europe plans to inform America 
The idea sounds...Read More
Categories: maxima, africa, appreciation, creation, education, encouraging,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Lumpy Trunks


A fellow from the south of South Africa
Waltzed around in a skirt made of taffeta
Some thought he was strange
With his long curly mane
A lump in his trunks proved him male to the maxima




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Categories: maxima, giggle,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Lump In His Skirt


A fellow from the south of South Africa
Waltzed around in a skirt made of taffeta
Some thought he was strange
With his long curly mane
A lump in his skirt proved him male to the maxima




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Categories: maxima, magic,
Form: Limerick



My Grape
I peel off my secrets, for love ain't a feeling
I let out this known, for death is unknown
With chastity i utter, for justice at ease
An ink from in, replica of my heart
Not a Crush-love but a thumbs up
Get me right...Read More
Categories: maxima, life, love, trust,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Lumpy Trunks


A fellow from the south of South Africa
Waltzed around in a skirt made of taffeta
Some thought he was strange
With his long curly mane
A lump in his trunks proved him male to the maxima


© Jack Ellison 2015




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Categories: maxima, humorous,
Form: Limerick
The Circle
My dear friend Happy Easter to you !
May this Easter blessed with love , joy and happiness.
With love Maxima

The Circle
Suddenly, you trembled, my darling
As if craving to turn a fluid wave
A magnificent wave that
Overwhelms the endless spaces
of our hearts
Into eternity
And,...Read More
Categories: maxima, beautiful, blessing, easter,
Form: Prose Poetry
Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas

Waking up to
Silver Christmas morning
Joy overwhelms me
Spreading throughout me
Just like the snowflakes
Over this plain

Watching your hair
Resting peacefully on your forehead
Calling for my hands.
Watching your ravishing lips
Made for kissing no one but me.
You're so beautiful,
Divine
Oh, my beloved!
My soul wishes you
Happiness,...Read More
Categories: maxima, christmas, emotions, joy,
Form: Ode
Premium Member ACHILLES VS HECTOR
A quest for power is a quest of faith.

The mythology states rank is gave.

An empty mind lacks the ability to form hate.

Insofar, what is the maxima that sake?

 
The drink of the Greek and Roman gods, nectar

Cause a religious uproar,...Read More
Categories: maxima, conflict, death, success, vanity, voice, war, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Wishing you all a Happy Easter
 It Takes Only One Smile

Written: © Maxima 

It takes only one smile
To bring back smile on your face
It is hard to find someone, though
Who will give you that smile

The abyss you’re peering into
Cherishing your dreams
Luring you, intriguing you
The abyss...Read More
Categories: maxima, beautiful, easter, family, joy, poets, women,
Form: Light Verse
In my mind
Written: Maxima

In my mind your kisses spent the night
Your tenderness tasting like cherries
Your hands
And your words
Oh, God! How I wish
I could throw my hands
Around your neck now
Wish it
More than anything in the world
The secret of our love
Is kept with care...Read More
Categories: maxima, for her, poems, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry