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Mental Health
psychoanalyzed 
and then plastered with labels
what a life it is...

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Categories: plastered, health,
Form: Senryu



Premium Member HOTLANTA
HOTLANTA

wisp of humid hair -
tendril plastered, to my face
sodden clothing clings

Kim Rodrigues © 2016


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Categories: plastered, summer,
Form: Haiku
Plastered Basement
Randy Hoards Brandy
Locks his stash secretly
Basement waterloggs
His animals go fuzz fuzz
Singing Glory to the keeper
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© Zoe Life  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plastered, humorous, satire,
Form: Tanka
Untitled #46 / Plastered posters
Plastered posters up on dividers
laminated and preserved for generations
of students, marching by filing
nameless the years, uncounted
the numbers
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Categories: plastered, education, introspection, life, mystery, school, social,
Form: Ode
Memory
Memory is reality,
is what I find,
plastered to the cracked back walls
of my soul.
When I peel off the old wallpaper,
and the walls come crumbling down....

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Categories: plastered, angst, depression, life
Form: Free verse



Premium Member NOW AND THEN


What happens
In Vegas
Stays in Vegas

Now it’s
Promptly
Plastered
All over
Facebook

That, my friend, is 
The difference
Between
Now and 
Then



posted on January 19, 2020
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Categories: plastered, celebration, fun, remember, travel, vacation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Smile - Itty Bitty
Pleasured, to feel life’s warm embrace. The smile, plastered across my face, is evidence thereof. Anticipation fills my heart, Knowing in my knower, what waits: another's smile, with love!
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Categories: plastered, day, encouraging, happiness, hope, love, self, smile,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Always Appears Atrocious
Always Appears Atrocious

Trump was placating yet being precocious;
Way he fixes hair then tie are ferocious;
Hair plastered down,
And in a night gown;
No wonder he Always Appears Atrocious.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plastered, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
My heart is waiting...
My heart is waiting......playing such a sweet instrument! 
my thoughts have been plastered into poems so people close to me won't have to hear them. 
tomorrow i am going to separate the bromeliads to make them happy.
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Categories: plastered, art
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ha Ha Ha


Ha ha ha, you and me, little brown jug how I love thee I'm plastered out of my mind and can't see me Gotta lay off that stuff Running round in the buff Perhaps next time I should pee behind a tree
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Categories: plastered, silly,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Sex Bombish


Ha ha ha, you and me, little brown jug how I love thee I'm plastered out of my mind and can't see me Gotta lay off that stuff Running round in the buff Perhaps next time I should pee behind yonder tree
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Categories: plastered, humor,
Form: Limerick
Tat's imagery
A sailor's dream
To be plastered in Paris


The wax lays heavy on the bench
Ready to shape another wordsmith
Or mirror holding bard
The craftsman’s hand is aching
with creative need
Though of the last he should be proud
In  deed
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Categories: plastered, thank you,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Talking Backward


Ever tried saying something famous backward Backward famous something saying tried ever, plastered Now that's downright silly Silly downright that's now, my fillies You're mot naking sense, have you lost the password
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Categories: plastered, silly,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member monologue to a passed one
monologue to a past one


and now you know
all of my transgressions
my rending yearnings plastered
and replastered into my heart
my whole self is bare before 
spirit eyes

will you judge me now as the truth
can no longer be wrapped in my body
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Categories: plastered, death, leaving, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Plastered Seaweed
His wet hair, dripping like seaweed,
        plastered thick on his groggy head,

as a waterfall of thoughts cascades
        through his mind, even through his bed;

must be a real, mean storm out there,
        his roof badly needs urgent repair!...

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Categories: plastered, funny, happiness, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ardent Eeriness
Mysterious light That lies outside my dwelling Is a black candle With an ardent eeriness A skull plastered on the face It reads fear exists Written right on the candle Condemning all those Who might try to enter here Ward to keep evil at bay
Russell Sivey ...

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Categories: plastered, holiday, life,
Form: Tanka
Framed
Etched emotions carved
upon wood stained slats
channels of putrid odors 
behind polyurethaned glass
its stench guised by colorful hues

a dark laminated soul
dangles from a plastered wall
framed within a once proud tree
where emptiness once stood
now hangs my sanity.......
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© Bob shank  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plastered, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Devoid
Barren sullen devoid of all color
Blank canvas plastered 
But Ill equipped inequities 
Of casual sexual diversity
Allow my first stroke 
Male model well equipped
Brush pales in size to the 
Instrument God equipped 
Him with Ahh. Mmmm
Sun setting behind 
City’s skyline stars peeking
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Categories: plastered, appreciation,
Form: Blank verse
Tombstone
---note: read the poem down then up---

Tombstone, Spiraling Floral design, Swirls around upwards, Green leaves plastered Red roses blooming, Thorns protruding outwards, A thicket of deciet, fatal Deep wounds, betrayal Laceracions dance on the arm, Blood spilling, Skin paling, Summoning death
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Categories: plastered, death,
Form: Free verse
I think I've Gone Mad
Something is odd and broken
My heart hurts with lies unspoken. 
This smile you see
it is plastered on me.
Inside I'm hurting
surprised i can feel
because none of this hardly ever seems real.
This poem of truth 
written from the top of my head
I can't help but think
that I would much rather
be dead....

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Categories: plastered, anxiety, crazy, death, depression, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Five Fun Footles for contest
Five Fun Footles for a Hippie on the Piss Well Plastered Sippy Hippy Upon Stumbling into the Barber’s Snippy Hippie Flower Child Wets Himself Drippy Hippie Peace, Love & Clumsiness Slippy Hippie The Cheeky Free Sprit Lippy Hippie Written June 7, 2015
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Categories: plastered, drink,
Form: Footle
Disguise
You think you're funny.
But throughout my stay here,
I've noticed.
That you're not who you say you are.
Behind that smock,
those latex gloves
and that plastered smile.

I can see.
I can see there's a void going through you.
And I can feel,
that being on the other side of the gun
is not so strange to you....

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Categories: plastered, betrayal, dark, evil, sad, sick, silence,
Form: Free verse
The Mask
In my mind there are ghost
And demons of ghost
What you see is a smile
A plastered smile
In my thoughts I am trapped
In my toxic thoughts I’m  wrapped
But what you hear is a laugh
A very fake laugh
I say that I am fine
Because you never take the time
To see that there is something
When I always say it’s nothing...

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Categories: plastered, loneliness,
Form: I do not know?
MY LIFE
my life, could i chew it out. so i can forget the cuds of the ghostly, the deadly and happy, dome and my home, dad pray i roam, the inexhaustible labels of it fall, my name plastered on the wall, think i but none many took me fun, in my toddled ninny, all i do is forget the transverse to my God i canvass.
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Categories: plastered, depression,
Form: Bio
Masks
There isnt any way
To know who i really am
With every sweet facade blobking my real self.
With an innocent smile permanently plastered onto my face.
With my eyes always down,
So you cant tell the color anymore.
Blue turns to grey,
Grey turns to blue.
But that was all past.
Not everything is grey.
No rain, not sunshine. 
Just shadows....

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Categories: plastered, life
Form: Free verse