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Run The Gauntlet Poems

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ITS YOUR TURN NOW
ITS YOUR TURN NOW
by 
JOHN M. ARRIBAS



Its your turn now to run the gauntlet of life
Its your turn now to accept happiness, conquer  strife
Its your turn now to meet n cross the many abysses
Its your turn now to assess...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, life,
Form: Rhyme



Love is just waiting till you stop and listen
You're far away from the words I follow.
You only hear when the wind is hollow.
Looking for wisdom.
Looking for answers, but I'm right here.

You run the gauntlet on a fuel filled mission.
Jumping at the chance to prove your vision.
Looking for wisdom.
Looking...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rigel's Angel
I see an angel fly across the sky.
She stops and haloes Rigel,
    and looks down upon me,
         with answers I already knew.

Have you come to tell me no?
You will...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, angel, bible, farewell, love, passion, sin, woman,
Form: Narrative
Races
Run the gauntlet
Doomsday athlete
Amass wealth
Over own health

Kill for sport
Rot will eat
Kill for hate
Hell already ate

Love more
A lottery draw
Loveless
Chalk murder drew

Fast from the past
The future passed
Light years ago
Now let ego go

Race you home
You have none
Earth was blue
A hole we blew
...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, future, life, race,
Form: Rhyme
I Have Been To The Dark Side Of Midnight
I have been to the dark side of midnight                               ...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, inspiration,
Form: Blank verse



Premium Member Rondelet: Obama hear
Rondelet: Obama hear


Obama hear

Chance of an age to set right things

Obama hear

Abraham lambs call - you hear

Run the gauntlet before knell rings

One life may quell voiceless suff'rings

Obama hear



(c) T. Wignesan - Paris, 2012...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, courage,
Form: Epitaph
Standing at a crossroads
Standing at the  crossroads of life
I wonder which path I will take
The one that makes life easy
Or the one to happiness.

The easy path will take me to
A life of ease and riches
Where work conditions are perfect
Making life  go without hitches

The...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, hope, life, life, heart, women, work, heart,
Form: Light Verse
FIX THAT CRUCIFIX free cee
   A  CASTLE CONTENT 

It all depends, 
my friends 
on the man the lovely picks
Around her neck hung sleepily a crystal crucifix
She chooses wisely with wisdom as her leader
And  marble statues simply stood there overwhelmed by...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, angst,
Form: Monorhyme
a castle content
   A  CASTLE CONTENT 

It all depends, 
my friends 
on the man the lovely picks
Around her neck hung sleepily a crystal crucifix
She chooses wisely with wisdom as her leader
And  marble statues simply stood there overwhelmed by...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, angst,
Form: Monorhyme
A CASTLE CONTENT
   A  CASTLE CONTENT 

It all depends, 
my friends 
on the man the lovely picks
Around her neck hung sleepily a crystal crucifix
She chooses wisely with wisdom as her leader
And  marble statues simply stood there overwhelmed by...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, imagination
Form: Narrative
Pendulum of love...
If you do not believe 
why are you here! 

your happiness not regulated 
consumed with fear? 

we are who, and what we stand 
up for? 

take up the challenge...this 
challenge to live your love, 

run the gauntlet, strive 
your existence...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet, passion, love,
Form: Lyric
The Jonathan Project



I the Gypsy Moth a much hunted breed
this is my companion, the Citris Beetle
he lives with me.

Sought after daily, we run the gauntlet
through thicket and thorn, grass and 
trees, we are not appreciated like the
honey bees.

Ore' hill and dale we...Read More
Categories: run the gauntlet,
Form: I do not know?