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Short Obliteration poem by Melissa Ross| Details |

Obliteration of the Ocean

The sea sprays my face with its salt
When splendor meets ruin, it’s our fault.

Copyright © Melissa Ross | Year Posted 2007

Short Obliteration poem by Aron Jacob| Details |


Writing: the great obliteration
of self-consciousness by an
untamed ego seeking
anonymous companionship

Copyright © Aron Jacob | Year Posted 2008

Short Obliteration poem by Lee Brownlee| Details |

What The World Needs Now Is

A panacea on warfare,
Eradication of hatred,
Obliteration of terrorism,

And then, Love Sweet Love.

©2015 by Lee Christine Brownlee

Copyright © Lee Brownlee | Year Posted 2015

Short Obliteration poem by Russell Sivey| Details |

Total Obliteration

She came to me, hurt me, and destroyed me Total obliteration She trampled on my soul
Entrant into Paula Swanson's "Trample" contest 2/7/2012

Copyright © Russell Sivey | Year Posted 2012

Short Obliteration poem by steve madden| Details |

Death, under the radar

Silent with
The gaze of a Peregrine
Falcon, that
Surely, swiftly,
Bringing death.
No trial by law,
Just obliteration.
And like the Peregrine,
It knows no borders.

Copyright © steve madden | Year Posted 2011

Short Obliteration poem by DON JOHNSON| Details |


Obliteration de Russell... women are part of the suffering, the pain of separation, ripping out the guttering, department of sanitation? not quite:) a delight, plum duff-ering... de Don

Copyright © DON JOHNSON | Year Posted 2012

Short Obliteration poem by Russell Sivey| Details |

Destructive Obliteration


	Obliteration within;

		Scream the shame---

			Make it a nightmare:

		Walking zombie,

	Destroy imagination…


Russell Sivey

Entrant into Debbie Guzzi's "Something Different" contest

Copyright © Russell Sivey | Year Posted 2011

Short Obliteration poem by Nayda Ivette Negron| Details |

Black Dress

Dress is 
Hanged in the
Closet as symbol 
Of the date that never happened 
Until a day the raiment was wore for burial
Of dreams obliteration and untimely demise of someone who escaped from life


Copyright © Nayda Ivette Negron | Year Posted 2016

Short Obliteration poem by Diana-Marie Bombardieri| Details |

Nature the Destroyer

the heavens darken
a sinister milieu looms
calm before the rage

angry pellets thrash
violent winds crave destruction
there is no mercy

the heavens lighten
greenish hue reveals ruin

March 12, 2012
Diana-Marie Bombardieri

Copyright © Diana-Marie Bombardieri | Year Posted 2012

Short Obliteration poem by Merisha Beckles| Details |


Losing someone is always hard,

You sometimes feel like nothing will ever be the same.

You go to bed at nights
and cry…

Wake up and cry again.

Living is now,
just living.

Dying is now…
getting to live with you.

Nothing is where everyone
said it would be.

I’m at the brink of obliteration,

Life is not suppose to be
this hard.

Copyright © Merisha Beckles | Year Posted 2009

Short Obliteration poem by Sarah Casey| Details |

Biased Creativity

Take 5-
A step back
Your distortion of reality
Deteriorating subconsciously
Unable to distinguish fact from fantasy
It’s not so bad –
Living in your imagination
What’s real or a hallucination
My mind is trampled with anticipation
Body facing ablation
Tortuous mind, its obligation
To dissipate the stagnation
Of a creative mind-
Obliteration of the finest
But hell, my own mind is biased

Copyright © Sarah Casey | Year Posted 2018

Short Obliteration poem by curtis johnson| Details |

The Upper View

There was once absolute darkness, or  ‘a mass of nothingness’.
But then there was ‘A Suddenness’; and since then, there has                     always been ‘something’; here, there, and literally everywhere.
There will never be total chaos, annihilation, or complete obliteration.
Some look around and see doom; others look up and observe sparkles of hope.
05032016  PS Contest, “Nothingness”, Julia Ward

Copyright © curtis johnson | Year Posted 2016

Short Obliteration poem by Raven Drake| Details |


 We are the unbegotten 
 We are the unassigned
 Redeemed from oblivion 
 Kept out of mind 

 We are the great rotation 
 Unfolding the sublime 
 An echo of obliteration
 Returning with the tides 

 Unmarked by boundaries 
 Before the birth of lines
 Inhabiting voided forms 
 Unrevealed by signs 

 Dissolving like a vision 
 Or a phantom of the blind
 We are the soon forgotten 
 In the reckonings of time

 Written by © Raven Drake

Copyright © Raven Drake | Year Posted 2014

Short Obliteration poem by Susan Baquie| Details |

My symbolic house

my symbolic house
my purple castle
invaded by red clowns
a dialogue
contradicting personal icons
denying synthesis
denying art
unbalancing decentring crucifiers
tearing the paper they make of my mind
tearing tissue
cells sinew flesh blood
a pavlov’s laboratory
for a crowd
constructs and betrayals ad infinitum
a teleological structuralism
for others


Copyright © Susan Baquie | Year Posted 2016

Short Obliteration poem by Izzy Gumbo| Details |

Haiku : Legos

Relativity Breaking.

Awakening Creation.
Pure Stimulation.

Conceptualizing life
Recognizing form. 

Perfecting Automation
Assembling Mind Storms. 

I got rhythm for Legos... Love I still work on....

Thank you Nate and everyone.  You were sooo much help.
Hugs and with my Love, I continue to practice Haiku.

Properly as 575
And then also as 585 to come

Copyright © Izzy Gumbo | Year Posted 2009