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Premium Member A big rowdy drunk
There once was a prizefighting cop named Mick
Whose two fists flew furiously quick
   He saw a big rowdy drunk
   Whose awful breath really stunk
Mick flashed his badge, then took out his nightstick

But that drunk was truly...Read More
Categories: mite, drink, gender, poets, sports,
Form: Limerick

When I first beheld my creation
And held you in my arms
I determined I would obliterate
Anything that would try to bring you harm

When I suckled you at my breast
Offering all my love without restraint
I determined I would work to provide
Every need,...Read More
Categories: mite, growth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Secret of the Rainbow
It’s time said the faerie queen.
Sh! Don’t wake anyone else.
We were in the meadow, 
Asleep in a heap of puppies.

I had to disengage myself out from under one’s paw.
The dog groaned and rolled over, 
Back to sleep in seconds thanks...Read More
Categories: mite, fairy, fantasy, rainbow,
Form: Narrative
A Nervous Pair
In the Barley Tavern I do hear all sorts of stories,
based on many home conflicts, or musing on past glories,
but now and then a funny tale is uttered at the bar,
I’d never hear too often, and is a mite bizarre.

I’d...Read More
Categories: mite, humor,
Form: Rhyme
An Arrangement
The new 'Betagrain' produce store,
advertised for a manager.
The directors were more than pleased,
with the regime of Teddy Tiesler.
Ted’s to have two understudies;
Robby James and old Billy Syme.
Also Rex Collie, ‘though a mite slow,
would be his roustabout part time.

The first thing...Read More
Categories: mite, humor,
Form: Rhyme

Primordial Swill
                                    I looked up to...Read More
Categories: mite, deep, nature, science,
Form: Free verse
The Seasons of Style
The Seasons of Style

the season of style
like a vernal pool edged round 
raked and baked by the elements
of which it was formed; cracks

a trend seamless and current
flowing from detergent springs
as bubbly as bathwater
flowing down a drain, evaporates

let’s take the thing...Read More
Categories: mite, gothic, muse, sometimes,
Form: Free verse
Rhetorics On The Nigerian Church
A billion dollar structure to worship
An invisible God.
Why there are a billion persons 
Who go to bed hungry.
This God in whose image we were all created
Did He create the Rich 
And then separated them from the poor?

What pleases God more?
Our...Read More
Categories: mite, abuse, allusion, april, art, black african american,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Bleeding Vampire Turns Baby Girl
Bleeding vampire turns baby girl
He didn't want to, but she insisted
He thought she was too young but she begged him to do it
His mother was horrified; the neighbors mad.

Her mother was angry at him forever after,
And he was perpetually being...Read More
Categories: mite, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Free verse
When a Pen Talks
If my pen would talk, it'd say what I thought,
what do I think would come straight from the ink.
If it was blue, red, or black the words wouldn't change,
the ink states the facts.
The facts are words, thoughts and rhyme,
reading them...Read More
Categories: mite, girlfriend, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Arrogant King of the Oak Mites
The king of the oak mites thought 
he was all that, and was gloriously puffed up
Making the roaches laugh, and the leaves shake
Even the caterpillar queens made fun of his arrogance

The princess of the anthill got angry
She had fallen completely...Read More
Categories: mite, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Blank verse
I promise

As I'm sitting alone 

There's a kinda six sense premonition 

That Iddy biddy feeling inside 

Known as parental intuition 

We know the parental drill 

Time to take our position 

Doesn't matter what your doing 

You just stop and...Read More
Categories: mite, bereavement, best friend, child, children, deep, heartbroken,
Form: I do not know?
Ugh, Why Must The Missus Vacuum At The Crack Of Dawn
Ugh, Why Must The Missus Vacuum At The Crack Of Dawn?
(circa: early December 27, 2018 morning)

There appears to be a
virulent (possibly deadly) strain
of housekeeping virus
Hoover ring in the air
asymptomatic tentatively linked to rein
deer droppings (micro-organisms) blare

ring and trumpeting beyond
the threshold...Read More
Categories: mite, abuse, anger, animal, dad, grief, hilarious, natural
Form: Free verse
Changing Body Shapes
My wife and I discussed each other,
as if we’re mirrors talking back,
and home truths kind of struck a chord
about some body parts gone slack.
I never thought about my double chin,
and what my stomach had become …
I found it doesn’t pay...Read More
Categories: mite, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Fossilitis Ignoratious
If your ego is capacious
Or your appetite voracious
For a plucky, pertinacious
Confidence in cherished creeds,
Then your genius, though sagacious,
Conjures arguments audacious
Never seeing they’re fallacious:
Truth be told, you’re in the weeds.

Your disease: a contumacious
Predilection for tenacious
Relics of the late Cretaceous
Buried deep within...Read More
Categories: mite, funny, humor, humorous, mental illness, prejudice,
Form: Light Verse
On Chance, Fate, Probability, and the Fear of Death
It's always struck me as amazing how folks will buy more lottery tickets as the odds increase, so long as the prize money increases. The recent billion dollar lottery sent the masses into a frenzy--and yes, I bought a couple...Read More
Categories: mite, animal, appreciation, atheist, death, fate, god, grief,
Form: Prose
Suno bacho 

Ye khani hai nahi purani jaab taak tum beydye na ho 

Dou thi pari ek akela mera Dil 
Ek nasha tho dusre payala 

Husna mana hai bas darna jaroo ki mahobat hai donyo sey 

Kab ho dev drasna...Read More
Categories: mite, 7th grade, creation, crush, cry,
Form: I do not know?
Dangerous Green
The town that I was born in was a small and ‘one horse’ place,
where no one held a secret and we knew each other’s face.
Nothing seemed to ever change but then we seen the myth explode
when a mining company opened...Read More
Categories: mite, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Now is the Time to Move on
Now is the Time to Move on
It's been twenty years without my father, 
A fine soul, incomparable with another.
A man of might amidst his mite.
A warrior without terror.
Dignity was another name he bore.
He taught me the dignity of hard work...Read More
Categories: mite, death, father, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
A Talk in the Park
I’d been flat out writing poetry for nigh on near a week,
and I felt it’s time to try and clear me head,
so I put the dog upon the leash to walk down near the creek,
where I can feel a touch...Read More
Categories: mite, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Mite makes Right
now, take this world
disassemble thoroughly
here come the dust mites
...Read More
Categories: mite, world,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Joyce, A Tiny Waif
In a brilliant enchanted faerie forest, where deer were fed,
There was a mature, yet slightly miniature thistle bed,
Under shiny maple leaf completely opposite of red,
Was a tiny waif named Joyce resting her sweet empowered head

She had an independent streak, this...Read More
Categories: mite, fairy, hope, inspirational, peace, society, spring, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Asifa's Blood Pens
Asifa's Blood Pens 
(The Courageous Princess)

No! No! Wipe out the name of Asifa! 
No more Asifa's on this earth to be born!
O Lord, my creator, my benefactor, my protector!
My parents chose my name in your presence
They thought their princess would...Read More
Categories: mite, child abuse, community, death, girl, howl, lust,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Punch Drunk
Drive half naked trough the night
Inhibitions out of hand
Snap the shifter throttle down 
See the morning come arround

To much poison in my veins dries my tears
Heaven sake breath my name
Feel so reckless and paranoid
Fall forever 
Into blue

I`m drunk on punch...Read More
Categories: mite, anxiety, confusion,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The Faerie Reunification
In a brilliant enchanted faerie forest, where deer were fed,
There was a mature, yet slightly miniature thistle bed,
Under shiny maple leaf completely opposite of red,
Was a tiny waif named Joyce resting her sweet empowered head

She had an independent streak, this...Read More
Categories: mite, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Rhyme