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narrative, quatrain, rhyme, tercet

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Premium Member Christmas Season
Christmas season is here
The reason to Celebrate is near
The Christ Child has been given
For you and for me
Some want to cry tears
But fear want to steal and kill
The truth has been revealed
No one can really steal
That which was given
To all...Read More
Categories: age, angel, baby, beauty, child, christian, true
Form: Rhyme Royal

Whose Sword Lands The Blow, Part II
His organization taken apart,
he found himself hiding in a safe house,
paranoid that Jones would learn he was there,
so crazed he made sure all the lights were doused,
he did not even bring along his spouse,
keeping a half-dozen armed me with him,
then...Read More
Categories: rhyme royal, anger, conflict, confusion, dark, death, drug, violence,
Form: Narrative
Whose Sword Lands The Blow, Part I
Mercury Delgado ruled as a drug lord,
a title that he had earned violently,
started as a dealer, worked his way up
by killing his foes mercilessly,
there was no end to his power and greed.
But a hero cop had him in his sights,
so...Read More
Categories: rhyme royal, anger, conflict, confusion, dark, death, drug, violence,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Upon Watching The Rails Fall
Sitting here watching the rails fall 
There are too many that are so tall 
It maybe for the best that the young riders stay at the mall  
Since there is no law for fences to be as big as...Read More
Categories: class, farm, fear, horse, international, peace, success,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Love me earnestly or don't love me at all
Like rare things not the secret be
i need somebody to come and set me free, 
it's value-less when it was vividly clear to all
you shouldn't has think of it, not at all

you told me love is beautiful thing, 
but all...Read More
Categories: love,
Form: Rhyme Royal

Road to glory
In this road we make a promise
that we'ill never quail and never scary; 
for the glory to come and we hold
pillar of faith and to never weary

there's battles to fight, 
there's something of thine
there's candle to light
for the glory to...Read More
Categories: hope,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Remember me poets
Remember me poets even though i walk through that land that has been forbidden, 
and i walk in that lonely path
our name should never be forgotten, 
because in everything we take our part.

remember this pen in my hand, 
the pen...Read More
Categories: poets, religious, remember,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Oh winter
We have the right of living, 
and to speak, to stand in line and ryhme.
we all have what we believe in
about creatures, nature and time.

trees and plants grow in is season, 
river, mountain, stars and moon show us the sign.
we...Read More
Categories: adventure, nature, winter,
Form: Rhyme Royal
There's mountain to climb
There's mountains to climb
to be a star, 
there's rain afore
apperance of rainbow in the sky

there's town destroyed
before the land sound echoed
there's wall to fall 
to enter into land of jericho.

you have to be david, 
because there's giant to fight, 
you...Read More
Categories: faith, hope, marriage,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Bitter Cold Day or Faerie Land
Snow glistening in corners of my mind
A bitter cold day or a faerie land?
Looking for oranges but what do I find?
An appreciation for snow on land.
The snowflakes swirling are ever so grand.
Can devour oranges another time.
You see, Friend, I have...Read More
Categories: winter,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Ears, appendages I fear
Ears, two appendages I fear, 
pressure applied against the one who steers.
Pain distracts all sight, 
light drives agony into effect.
Tears fall as visions fade, Strength summoned deep within, 
pain ascends.
Blinded beneath tragic grief. 
Heart cold, no emotion shown. 
Imprisoned in...Read More
Categories: bible, blessing, christian, confidence, courage, dad, dedication,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Sisters riot
Was it spontaneous?
Now I’m broken.
Was it worthwhile?
Because it’s permanently scarred.

Joy and love,
Consumed me, when I saw you.
Instead, the devilish grin you sent,
Put a dagger,
To my heart.

Blinded, was I.
For thinking, ‘blood is thicker than water.’
Yet, the soul is such an impeccable...Read More
Categories: betrayal, feelings, sister,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Peace, Love And The Power Of The Dove
It is that time of season 
And for some reason 
They set out to hunt the dove 
Without even the need for murderous glove 
The doves are called mourning 
And without warning 
They will die 
From some armed guy 
But...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, animal, bird, destiny, evil, peace,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Trying To Smear A Poor Defenseless Deer With An Archaic Spear
There once was a ghost who loved the post 
He enjoyed the thrill of the periodicals fill 
Turning each page of the paper 
Geared to those who picked up an honest wage as waiters. 
There were all these incredible tales...Read More
Categories: animal, environment, evil, husband, magic, night, relationship,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member LOVE POTION

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Categories: appreciation, love,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member A Poetic B Movie Roll
Evermore Evermore they must settle a score, 
They were shown the door and never knew the reason for
Jilted like an unwanted lover 
True the audience thinks they have enough money to cover. 
But still they wanted to be the silver...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, appreciation, art, grave, halloween, lonely,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member A Teacher's Tribute
For seeing the shy kid in the back row
For triggering my mind to misbehave
For rousing history's spark from shadow
The past is not mothball statistics, saved
It is people; bloody, broken and brave
For lessons taught, in all glory and flaw
I learned who...Read More
Categories: encouraging, high school, history, thank you,
Form: Rhyme Royal
You hardened griefs robed in base linens red, 
Whence cascade your endless prickings sore?
Each searing tear squeezed from low eye wet, 
Breeds more noxious throbs that come and go. 

Once when sweet relief your brutish whips
With belated solace and little...Read More
Categories: allegory, allusion, fear,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Caesar-Cleopatra

She, Queen of Egypt, he, Ceasar of Rome,
Together, their lands united a sea,
Their fusion less capitol, more a home,
A son born to them, though rule, not to be,
Yet, her debut in Rome breathed an epic,
Whilst there, Brutus and his clan,...Read More
Categories: allegory, character, death, fate, power, suicide, together,
Form: Rhyme Royal
I call for the unification of all tribes under the stars,
North, East, South, West to merge for one cause,
a universal cause
it's the inevitable, etched in universal laws
We have long been expecting us,
for we are the Warriors Of The Apocalypse
Mother earth...Read More
Categories: inspirational, motivation, moving on,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member The dentist's drill
He didn't care if all his teeth fell out
The dentist's drill was just too much to bear
His wife and kids at him began to shout
You're acting like a child and you don't care
Your closest friends at you will...Read More
Categories: dad, fear, silly,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member Some say he made it rain
Some say Vladimir Putin made it rain
Yet others scoffed: "The man is but a fool."

The climate changers thought he'd gone insane
The very folks who shout, "The Earth must cool!"
Who teach their theories to your kids at school

Their remedy's to raise...Read More
Categories: change, irony, money, satire, weather,
Form: Rhyme Royal

Early to bed and early to rise,
So my mother said,
Makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
So, come on, get out of bed.
Assumed if it rhymed it must be true,
So I rose from my bed full of pep.
Every...Read More
Categories: sleep,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member She Loved the World
She had a haunted look upon her face
Her features out of joint in fright'ning ways
The crooked smile, her eyes unseeing, glazed...

Yet Helen Keller was a Queen, they say
Her regal bearing won her widespread praise... 

Although she was quite deaf and...Read More
Categories: tribute, woman, world,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member How Robin Hood Strove to do Good
To right the wrongs he saw did Robin strive
It wasn't fair that peasants were so poor
He robbed the rich, helped keep the poor alive

Shot arrows sharp and swift, his aim was sure
Though honor's glory did not Robin lure

But that he...Read More
Categories: change, hero, society,
Form: Rhyme Royal