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Ramon Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Job-Just Over Broke Amy Pearson Free verse Free verse ramon, inspiration, perspective,
Luminous Obviousness Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic ramon, birthday,
Endorse Rays Of Sun Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic ramon, birthday,
Message Of New Dawn Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic ramon, birthday,
Premium Member Poem Reverence James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse ramon, analogy, celebration, change, confidence,
HEARTY CONGRATS Ramon Osundiji I do not know? I do not know? ramon, anniversary, art, blessing, books,
WHAT IS LIFE Ramon Osundiji Imagism Imagism ramon, africa, cry,
Satisfaction, Part 2 0f 4 Michael Coy Blank verse Blank verse ramon, inspiration,
Fair Ramon Rico Leffanta Limerick Limerick ramon, divorce, funny, humor, lost
Premium Member Poem The Apollo Horizon Justin Bordner Epic Epic ramon, adventure, dedication, faith,
Premium Member Poem Money Criss Tripp Rhyme Rhyme ramon, jobs, poems, poetry, today,
Ramon kristin gregoire Classicism Classicism ramon, confusion, death, depression, friendship,
my pain since u been gone kristin gregoire ABC ABC ramon, death, dedication, depression, life,
The person who could not be replaced Eric Kaesberg Personification Personification ramon, friendship, loss, friend, life,
Night ramon rivero Haiku Haiku ramon, nature
Spring ramon rivero Choka Choka ramon, nature
Japan and the Earthquake ramon rivero Free verse Free verse ramon, dedication
I question my IQ Mitch White Rhyme Rhyme ramon, philosophy

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Ramon Poem Example

The Apollo Horizon

I am not a sanctuary
do not come to me for sanctuary, 
I am a supernova,  the Saturn V rocket
prepared to penetrate the highest blue sky
with a 6.5 million pound payload ride,
my rocket shell steams in idle
while erect in your atmosphere
the liquid oxygen and hydrogen
of my pure propellant power
icing this body of heavenward explosion, 
I am your missile to a new mystery
catapulting you into breathtaking cosmic calamity, 
363 feet is my jolly height
diameter 33 feet of smooth solid girth,
the 2, 700 ton launch pad crawler has crept me
3 heavy miles in five grinding hours
to the isolated launch site
where the fuel lines whisper with cool commitment, 
the ocher orange launch tower
holds my black and white body with firm patience
as NASA ushers it's astronauts up to my command module,
the elevator raises them with a religious rise
to the top of my perfected danger,
as they cross the steel bridge between safety and stardom
their chests tighten with the pulse of unstoppable destiny,
breathing becomes their compass for bravery
they must have faith in me,
they must trust in my fire,
Neil, Edwin, and Michael feel the squeeze of straps and buckles
against the spacesuit vestments tailored for their outer space dare,
the instrument panels press into their senses
prayers remain in their eyes
countdown to the crossroads of oblivion and exploration begins,
10...We the People
9...of the United States of America
8...through the grace of the Almighty Creator hereby today, July 16th, 1969
6...extend our will and genius
5...into the realm of celestial existence better understand
3...the nature of life
2...and to teach ourselves and future children
1...that there is no place that we cannot go


This poem is dedicated to all the Astronauts of Humanity. 
I would like to give special mention to the astronauts of the Apollo 11Lunar Mission,
Neil Armstrong,  Edwin Aldrin, and Michael Collins
along with Wernher Von Braun the great genius of rocketry. 
The astronauts of Apollo 11 landed on the lunar surface
July 20th, 1969 with a global audience viewing the epic achievement
live on television while Neil, so beautifully stated,
"That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind..."
Also, may the courageous and disciplined American astronauts
of the Apollo 1 Mission, Challenger and Discovery space shuttle tragedies Rest In Peace...
The crew of Apollo 1, Virgil Grissom, Ed White, and Roger Chaffee
burned to death inside the command module
during a test on the launch pad, January 27th, 1967.
The Challenger exploded shortly after launching,  January 28th, 1986
with crew Francis Scobee, Michael Smith, Ron McNair, Ellison Onizuka,
Judith Resnik, Greg Garvis, and Christa McAuliffe.
On February 1st, 2003 the Columbia shuttle exploded upon reentry
killing the entire crew Rick Husband, William McCool, Michael Anderson,
Kalpana Chawla, David Brown, Laurel Clark, and Ilan Ramon.
They are heros...Justin A. Bordner

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