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I hang a left, my clunker rocking
on sprung shocks.
Inside, narrows taper to booths.
The talk is griddle speech,
a blow by blow banter,
middle finger smarts mixed with
vowels of tenderness.
I overhear the history
of generations of icons. False gods named,
Tod, Ricky, and Wayne
vicariously share...Read More
Categories: narrations, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Don’t you know that you are one?
Just like the two sides of a coin, 
You need each other to be complete, 
And you shall walk together, 
For you are forged to be one.

You surely are a union of expectations,
Romantic expectations...Read More
Categories: narrations, life, marriage,
Form: Free verse
My Best Friend
I always thought of a word I would use to refer to him,
for he was more than a brother to me.
We talked about space and mysteries for hours.
We went for long walks.
We shared our fears, hopes and dreams.
We joined many...Read More
Categories: narrations, friend, friendship, hurt, life, mystery, silence, vanity,
Form: Free verse
I Know This Man of God
I know this man of God that roars from the bottom of the city, below the red blood line.
Knowing that his words never fail, every Sunday I make my way down to the bottom of the city to hear this...Read More
Categories: narrations, dedication,
Form: Light Verse
He walks around town
over size t-shirts
baggy jeans half way his butt
each day wearing a mysterious smile
today with this
tomorrow that
as easy as his wink
so they come and go

She thinks she is the It gal
Beauty and brains i am
Self acclaimed beauty pageant
She...Read More
Categories: narrations, body, health, life,
Form: Narrative


connections and perceptions started in July 2008
a typical day of apathy
where the temptation was to hibernate
relaxing with local newspaper
browsing lazily at leisure
an advert caught my eye with a treasure

my long awaited calling for all writers & poets
amateurs...Read More
Categories: narrations, drink, inspiration, writing,
Form: Free verse
Who resembles you
 Who resembles you? 
A drunken night 
Or a jealous star 
A colored full moon 
Or shy cottage
Who resembles you? 
A virgin lark 
Or blond flower 
Who resembles love? 
Believing in you 
Who resembles a soul? 
Living in you 
Who...Read More
Categories: narrations, beautiful, beauty, girlfriend, love, wife, woman, world,
Form: Free verse
Spirit In The Flute
I walk an already trodden path...
Uncertain, of future lives that lie ahead

But, in faith I close these earthly Ojibwa eyes
In trill, thus, I hear the old ways in your presence amidst Chinook winds
As harmonic they play across the plains, from...Read More
Categories: narrations, native american, autumn,
Form: Ode
The Mother Earth
            The Mother Earth

The fountain of your profound love
Gushing out with presents and gifts
Showering bounties, its treasure trove 
To all mankind your love drifts.

Your...Read More
Categories: narrations, allegory, imagination, nature, me, body, courage, me,
Form: Rhyme
Unwritten Story
A pen rests unreservedly in my lips 
Another embraced behind my ear 
A ream of paper at peace on my lap 
And ink smudges consume my fingers 
My perception beyond physicality 
Mystical enchanters in chorus 
Momentaneous fantasies...Read More
Categories: narrations, art, devotion, hope, inspirational, life, passion,
Form: Personification
He is called Peter Onyancha
Once upon a life

Defined by passion, intellect and drama

Lived peter Onyancha

He laughed, he saddened, he angered

Well, he was human, Alive!

He was Peter Onyancha

The dialects, the narrations, the expressions

Happily, Peter Onyancha Still lives!
...Read More
Categories: narrations, people,
Form: Bio
Terrestrial Journals IV
Intriguing this swaying candles flame, trying to convince myself tis but, an aladdins lamp?!

Whispering these words with an amulets charms, dangling about its waist; a world of visions

Kept in this alabasters oblong box; scented aneath rosemary sage and mystic lay...Read More
Categories: narrations, hope, life, love, world,
Form: I do not know?
Haiku with Media
Few Words, Few pictures, News
Thousand narrations to same story
Every day a new story
Journalism, an art to write
Whether truth is perceived or false
None care, just write it.
Coverage of war or peace
Hidden remains the agenda of brokers
Cameraman with presenter on TV
What is...Read More
Categories: narrations, allegory, death, dedication, fantasy, funny, history, inspirational,
Form: Free verse

hand-me-down myths,
          clan's fondest memories
          by nostalgia embellished
like ancient monoliths.

hyperbolic narrations,
           truer-than-truth...Read More
Categories: narrations, family
Form: Tail-rhyme
Carolyn Devonshire
Carolyn Devonshire
     By Dane Smith-Johnsen

Carolyn:  Commendable poet who composes cheerful charming comments.
Articulate, admirable, agreeable, author awards an absolute awakening.
Romanticism redeemed by her reasonable reverberating reflections, regally. 
Owns the odysseys’ omniscient opulence and oversees the outcome’s...Read More
Categories: narrations, dedication
Form: Acrostic
Clannish Hyperbole
Hand-me-down myths,
  like ancient monoliths,
    clan's fondest memories
      by nostalgia embellished;

larger-than-life sagas,
  truer-than-truth legends,
    hyperbolic narrations
      of happy exaggerations;

that's ancestral history,
 ...Read More
Categories: narrations, family, seasons, time,
Form: Free verse
Congradtulation on creation & salvation while the congregation gives explanation
of our nation as education to this foundation as frustration rocks the situation 
and the vibration gives separation to the revelation and realization of this
westernization and U.S.'s operation to add inspiration...Read More
Categories: narrations, introspection, visionary, education,
Form: Acrostic