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Premium Member Poem The Brainy Stranger at the Book Store Coffee House - A Narrative Poem James Edward Lee Sr. Narrative Narrative noticeably, adventure, analogy, appreciation, books,
Premium Member Poem The Menacing Stranger At ShopCo-Tar-zhay James Edward Lee Sr. Narrative Narrative noticeably, allusion, anxiety, appreciation, fashion,
Premium Member Poem MADISON ROGERS Rich Rogers Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, 5th grade, birthday, celebration,
The Energetic Stranger At New York Mindy Jones Narrative Narrative noticeably, poems,
Premium Member Poem The Fast Stranger At Barker's Cake and Pastries Shop- A Narrative Poem James Edward Lee Sr. Narrative Narrative noticeably, analogy, angst, anxiety, appreciation,
Fed Up Freddie Robinson Jr. Ode Ode noticeably, anger, perspective, truth, word
Reading The Old Fashioned Way matthew harris Light Verse Light Verse noticeably, 11th grade, 8th grade,
Post Summer Solstice 2018 matthew harris Free verse Free verse noticeably, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem ABANDON Paris-Maree Boreham Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, appreciation, art, music, word
The Birds and the Bees Eugene Harvey Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, anxiety, children, creation, fear,
Premium Member Poem Towers And Bridges john fleming Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, longing,
Life And Nature Daniel Miltz Free verse Free verse noticeably, life, nature,
Those Who Rely On Government David Welch Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, corruption, fate, how i
Premium Member Poem Just a Matter of Fact James Edward Lee Sr. ABC ABC noticeably, adventure, anxiety, character, destiny,
Premium Member Poem Collusion Course Duncan R. M. Ferguson Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue noticeably, satire,
The Askance Chapter 4 Part 3a Joel Lee Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, imagination,
The Mystery Letter - A Collaboration - part 2 Laura Breidenthal Narrative Narrative noticeably, angel, appreciation, beautiful, beauty,
A Pansy Named Fancy Sharon Gulley Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, april, beautiful, beauty, garden,
POEM Mister Write Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, creation, life, poems, poetry,
A Mother and Lost Child KENG CHUAN SENG Narrative Narrative noticeably, children, community, evil, horror,
Manhandled Paul Schneiter Limerick Limerick noticeably, humor,
Women Are Here Now Lauren Smith Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, woman,
THE WILL TO WIN Al Johnson Free verse Free verse noticeably, anti bullying, deep, desire,
Heart Odin Roark Free verse Free verse noticeably, heart,
Life Stages of a River Wayne Hill Free verse Free verse noticeably, allegory, river,
Change john beharry Free verse Free verse noticeably, change, mountains, nature, rain,
I would if I Kian Furnace Ballad Ballad noticeably, absence, betrayal, love, marriage,
Premium Member Poem Alliteration Fun Russell Sivey Alliteration Alliteration noticeably, imagination, life, nature, light,
Noticeably Narcissistic Dustin Craig ABC ABC noticeably, lonely, people,
Up but Down- Part 5 S.Jagathsimhan Nair Narrative Narrative noticeably, nature, power, time,
Stormy Heart Michael Smith Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, death, depression, devotion, forgiveness,
Life Stages Of A River Michael Wayne Personification Personification noticeably, liferiver,
Premium Member Poem How He Speaks His Mind Leo Larry Amadore Free verse Free verse noticeably, confusion, introspection, life, people,
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That Is Not My Elephant Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, animals, funny, nature, social
Hearts Can Lie Stacy Stiles Rhyme Rhyme noticeably, angst, husband, life, lost
MORE SILLINESS Daniel Cwiak Free verse Free verse noticeably, confusion, imagination, introspection, on
Is She The One? Jimmy Anderson Kyrielle Kyrielle noticeably, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, passionheart, longing,
Peanut Butter Jimmy Anderson Acrostic Acrostic noticeably, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, passionme,
Corinne Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen Name Name noticeably, friendship, people
"Communicate by Statement" verlecia fields I do not know? I do not know? noticeably, caregiving, family, friendship, inspirational,
Boulder to Aspen Margie Boehmer Couplet Couplet noticeably, adventure, funny, nature, me,
Repercussions Leonard Taormina ABC ABC noticeably, life, parody, philosophy, world,
Strait-Jacket Effie Blake I do not know? I do not know? noticeably, life, people, sad,
Gentle Hands, Calloused Hands Shirley Sibley I do not know? I do not know? noticeably, caregiving, family, father, life,
HEAT FROM THE HEAVENS matthew harris Ballad Ballad noticeably, nature, passion, visionary, planet,
You Wear Your Death Well Ashley Daly I do not know? I do not know? noticeably, death, life, loss,
Darkness Michael Santner Free verse Free verse noticeably, angst, death, loss, winter,
Modern Waste Shishir Gupta Free verse Free verse noticeably, tree, city, green, me,

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Noticeably Poem Example


The will to win will ebb and flow throughout our lifetime.

Where the will to win settles is determined by the purity of the heart and mind.

The will to win can be compelling, stout, and awesome as a redwood tree.

The will to win can be insignificant and unimpressive.  The size of the will to win is individually controlled by you and me.

The will to win can move with grace, dignity, and magnificent fortitude.

The will to win can be noticeably clumsy and overbearingly rude. 

The true, respectful, and heartfelt will to win may bend, but always refuses to break.

The will to win may crumble from the least bit of negativity, losing all progress it has made. 

So, let each of us make a vow that will be etched in stone for the duration of time. 

Our will to win must never falter or descend.  Our will to win must always radiate, by being nothing short of sublime.
Al Johnson, aka Alfredo Leon

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