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Premium Member Don't Be A Nazi
...are!” *** Note: When an infant, Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) was baptized in the Roman Catholic Church, and avowed his sacrament of Confirmation in accordance with the Catechism of the Catholic Church ......Read More
Categories: roman, history, perspective, political,
Form: Tanka



Wild goose chase
...twilight zone prompting me constantly questioning purposefulness, qua hair raising pursuit embarking these modern roman times all for naught, nonetheless I chide self failing to heed emotional, mental, psychological...fallout i......Read More
Categories: roman, adventure, allegory, america, animal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ROMAN HEADSTONE
...IN MEMORY OF CENTURION GAIUS LUCIUS MANIUS PRIMUS PILUS FIRST COHORT LEGIO VI VICTRIX HE SPENT HIS PENSION IN CI......Read More
Categories: roman, allegory, death, history, morning,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Rhyme or No Rhyme
...onrhymers immediately with (1) it’s tedious, (2) it's time-consuming, and (3) it was not used by ancient Greek and Roman poets–think Homer, think Virgil. And no less a poet and critic than Samuel Johnson, when estimating Milton’s ......Read More
Categories: roman, poetry,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Lost Pantheons
...mpts Baudelaire from early grave despair laughing joyfully le provocateur along the blue veined rivers of his romantic new violet strung camp tentatively sensitive rising alive, small gods come here worshipping......Read More
Categories: freedom, poets, romance, romantic
Form: Free verse



Premium Member MINDFUL OF STRUGGLE
...l, do not wrap thyself in immorality. each day’s a choice to don a belt, a breastplate, shoes, a helmet, hold up a Roman-sized shield, and wield a two-edged sword. Yes, don the armor of God. Don’t forget to bend your knees, to pray......Read More
Categories: roman, angst, bible,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member History's Greatest Miracle Play
...As he carries the sins of mortal history On the way of tears. Scene Four Your sandaled footsteps hurry down this Roman road They carry you - walk on actor in cameo role written by a plan - Into a frenzy stirred up by seething ancie......Read More
Categories: roman, jesus,
Form: Narrative
Basil the Bogomil
...ness. Though they harmed no man or creature, asking for no riches, they gathered enemies while preaching in the Eastern Roman Empire. Emperor Alexius, the defender of error and deception, used his two-pointed tongue to sing a song of repent......Read More
Categories: roman, betrayal, friendship, history, jesus,
Form: Prose
Ah Yeah Ooh
...stlers Showcase Talents Of........ Strength Endorance Agility Greco Roman Catch as Can We got weightlifting Stump pull contest Greco Roman Challenges Backflip contest T......Read More
Categories: roman, art, business, cool, culture,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member EASTER SUNDAY
...His death—First day Holy Saturday—Second day Easter Sunday—Jesus had risen—Third day The Roman and church in the West, celebrated Easter on the first Sunday Jesus' death and Resurrection, Fourteenth day......Read More
Categories: roman, celebration, easter,
Form: Free verse
Brilliant, grandiloquent, magnificent, trenchant
...risk (quite chilly temperatures) April seventeenth -Easter Sunday two thousand twenty two when Church law obliges Roman Catholics to receive Holy Communion simultaneous blinding fiery kindling quickening xing risk within winkin b......Read More
Categories: roman, adventure, animal, april, celebration,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Reason -- the enemy translated
...m est; non legitur' means 'it's ancient greek, so who cares.'" --an ancient roman "on being asked the meaning of 'jabberwocky' at a convention of british romantic rhymesters, lewis carroll, a......Read More
Categories: roman, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Shame
...Shame When word had spread of His arrest, I left Bethesda, passed five porticoes and came Eventually upon the Roman fortress; My curiosity overriding shame. Six trials they say He underwent, stood still With arms behind Him ......Read More
Categories: roman, easter, religious,
Form: Rhyme
Marcion the mariner
...bitter salt From the water of sweetness with his boat’s bow Far greater than fiery Moses splitting the sea The roman harbour rejected him and his ship For it believed in the bitter water’s taste Though it rotted their very bone......Read More
Categories: roman, allegory, boat, christian, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Golgatha's End
...t thirty pieces bought that blood and sweat.  Sweet Jesus, has it truly come to this? 'Fore Pontius Pilate, seat of Roman power, civility, barbaric and uncouth, the lord of a dominion cruel and dour is juxtaposed 'gainst witness to t......Read More
Categories: roman, good friday,
Form: Quatrain

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