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The year of grief
The name in a number 2020, Where pain all over. Representing the air of sorrows, Blowing all over. When in the brightness of Summer, Dull faces all over. Where every breath is restricted, Having fear all over. Where loneliness prevails, Isolation all over. Where loss...Read More
Categories: of, 12th grade, anxiety, conflict,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member So Long My Friend
Another friend had to say good-bye God had to take him- I don't know why But now the angel sings "George has got his wings" There's no denying His heart of gold he shared...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Verse
All across the fruited plain; Ditto heads mourning his loss; Maha Rushie heavens gain; Freed now from all earthly pain. Verbal vibrations came across, For three hours on the E.I.B. Speaking truth was the magic sauce; America’s anchorman boss. Limbaugh Institute always free. Learning...Read More
Categories: of, america, angel, death, death
Form: Elegy
~Bill~ I had a friend and his name was Bill Who carried the biggest heart of gold So this is my pledge to always make sure His story goes on and is forever told He was entombed within his hurt...Read More
Categories: death, death of a
Form: Rhyme
The untitled diary entry
I often wake up in the middle of the night, With a ghost of you just sitting there, In front of me, muffled, restless, yet still. I often find myself, writing your name and Reading it, over and over...Read More
Categories: analogy, death, death of
Form: Free verse

In Memory of a Former Fellow
In Memory of a Former Fellow* Impressed forever on my rueful heart By your virtues' sublime and blessèd art, You will remain and live on in my mind Till doomsday even after I depart. 2.15.2021 * Ebrahim Edalat-Pishè No comments, please!...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Rubai
Days melt like grilled cheese Hot humid events stick to people or peeps So much to ponder of old of new Still thoughts drift back to who? On your mind was it a chase Of heart the one who got...Read More
Categories: of, black african american, death
Form: Rhyme
He went to sleep but ne’er woke up His guardian angel came and gently called his name No fuss No pain Just called his name And took him by the hand Afore the dawn on this brand new morn So peaceful she thought Just sleeping she thought But...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Rhyme
Gone From Me
My arms can’t reach far enough to hold you, My eyes can’t see through the divide between us, All the clichés they said turned out to be true, You’ve gone from flesh and blood to dust from dust, I...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Rhyme
A Students loathing of depression
I hate the way...Read More
Categories: of, 9th grade, dark, death
Form: Free verse
My Favorite Presidents
I have three favorite Presidents that ironically were friends. Peyton Randolph is known as one of our first Founding Fathers. John Hanson approved the Great Seal of the United States that is still used today. George Washington is...Read More
Categories: appreciation, death of a
Form: Free verse
Quiet, too quiet
The tenements were quiet, too quiet small eyes peered through cracked curtains, catching a glimpse of the chaos below. How could that many people be so quiet? The wind moved the wet bras hanging on the line...Read More
Categories: america, death of a
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reconstruction I
* The quest begins for unity once more to heal a union weathered by demise. Though bitter bile still seethes within its core, a vanquished rile pursues a compromise. And, in God’s name a banter had begun to advocate divergence...Read More
Categories: of, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Reconstruction II
* Emancipation halted by the row concedes to a conundrum bittersweet, for freedom’s quest is destined to forego a compromise, distorted by conceit. An ire of opposition quickly swelled when elocution’s voice stood to resist, and when the brass of discontent rebelled...Read More
Categories: of, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Reconstruction III
* As liberty let discord lie in state, an occupation deepened the divide. No compromise had risen to abate the condescension egged by Northern chide. The carpetbaggers wallowed in conceit, and enterprisers seized upon their chance. While goad aggressors relished the defeat, dissention...Read More
Categories: of, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

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