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Publisher Poems - Poems about Publisher

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...TO THE PUBLISHER > > I read and find your request intriguing > you ask for bizarre tales for your book > and I’m cheerfully ecstatic and disposed > to send you a particularly special poem > ......Read More
Categories: publisher, body, crazy, dark, death,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member GOD IS MY CO AUTHORSHIP In those the Words He's Bless Me With-
...Reaching for my pen Sharing those words again Those like leaned my God's author finisher of my faith and fate Abundant Joy He also graces He fills me, fills me in with His awesomene......Read More
Categories: publisher, adventure, appreciation, deep, god,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Sunday Morning Joggers
...Goodness, I nearly lost my balance on the spiral seashells and broken sea stone chipping matrix. My quaint obsession with marine life and that skyline paradox blossoming so tantalisingly, might be ......Read More
Categories: publisher, age, art, birth, devotion,
Form: Prose
Premium Member it is a sad, sad tale
... it is a sad, sad tale indeed it is father passed when i was but a babe left with mother, sisters, dog, rabbits there were three parakeets and they all shared a commonality they were female, st......Read More
Categories: publisher, fate, women,
Form: Light Verse
...I love working in a bookstore…being surrounded by the diversity of books is sweet…but I also love the diversity of the people, in the bookstore, whom I meet. People from all across the world walk ......Read More
Categories: publisher, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member PREFACE
...Greetings to those who would willingly seek admission to theater of the absurd. Zoltan Goliath and Otis Trench are masters of the avant-garde genre silent musicals for the imaginary stage, an art for......Read More
Categories: publisher, allegory, literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
... The original idea belongs to the publisher, almost never to the creator... Everything has an answer, difficult and the solution.... If you wish to act it right, prepare for error, ......Read More
Categories: publisher, allegory, allusion, analogy, creation,
Form: Light Verse
On Awareness In The Time Of Plague
...There are only 2 possible outcomes when it comes to what happens to you, your consciousness, at death: either you become extinct, 'nothing', or your self continues as a sentient consciousness, one wh......Read More
Categories: publisher, allusion, angst, appreciation, death,
Form: Prose
Premium Member On Noms-de-plume
... Justin Von Depathos strode across the ballroom floor To sit with Carlton Vishizwa and Charlotte Genivieve, While I watched, in silent fascination, from the door, The “major players” waltzing ‘......Read More
Categories: publisher, funny, humor, poetry, writing,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Before the Colors Fade
... This poem is dedicated to Souper Joyce Johnson! “The Greatest Generation” was penned by newscaster Tom Brokaw in 1998 and became a best seller. This generation is defined as people born be......Read More
Categories: publisher, history, poetess,
Form: Free verse
Old Books
...One from the 1850s, I bought it from a Scotsman thrifty, on the windswept Isle of Skye, its browning cover caught my eye, old paper that’s weathered to tan, each leaf thick and dry in my hands, ......Read More
Categories: publisher, age, appreciation, books, history,
Form: Rhyme
The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part IV
...“I knew then it was the last novel I’d write, couldn’t go elsewhere due to my contract. They wanted books like I’d written before, but there was no way I could ever go back. “Yet there was a lo......Read More
Categories: publisher, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,
Form: Epic
The Men Who Write Your Christmas Movies, Part III
...“If it had just been one of two messages, I could have passed it off as an outlier, but when it got up to forty percent… then my own fears began rising higher. “The clincher was the stray handf......Read More
Categories: publisher, growth, judgement, meaningful, sad,
Form: Epic
A Letter to a star
...Little may my love sound, yet a bright star I do love, Stella, Who in the center of the sky, being lulled in her mother’s lap, does blink and wink on the sly to express her divine love......Read More
Categories: publisher, earth, love, sky, star,
Form: Free verse
My style
...They say I got my own style. I say it's because I been crawling for miles. Life's ups and downs has made me so versatile. I'm trying to stay sharp using my mistakes like a file. I know the way ......Read More
Categories: publisher, confidence, cool, fate, future,
Form: Rhyme

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