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To Each His Own
"Live and Let Live Bill"
Gives you the right to Marry
"Congratulations!"...

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© Judy Konos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, love
Form: Senryu



CHIC OR CRUDE


In matters of paintings 
and choice of food,
your taste and mine are 
just as good.


     Picasso, Da Vinci,
     spicy taco, broccoli


To each his own, 
to each his mood.
No one's chic or
classy, gross or crude!
...

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Categories: to each his own, character,
Form: Tail-rhyme
FINISH LINE

oh, how the fast Fly taunts the Snail.
he flaunts his speed with 
boastful wail.

he zips and zaps now low, now high.
gets trapped in spider's 
web to die.


to each his time, to each his pace.
there really is no 
rigid race.

you sprint your way and i crawl mine.
yeah, to each his own 
finish line!...

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Categories: to each his own, philosophy
Form: Tail-rhyme
To Each His Own
As long as there has been photography,
there has also been pornography. 
Dirty pictures fill whole magazines. 
The photos depicts sexy scenes.
Digital shots are found on internet sites.
What can be seen may cause frights.
Some folks get kicks looking at what is shown. 
All I have to say is "to each his own".

Inspired by another member's poem....

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Categories: to each his own, business, people, social,
Form: Rhyme
Irises
Van Gogh painted irises
That everyone admires.
In gardens, very often,
They’re the flower that inspires.

I, however, am not swayed
By any iris charms.
To me, they look quite evil,
Setting off my brain’s alarms.

Though irises have many fans,
I’m sure I’m not alone,
Which proves that famous saying’s truth – 
That is, to each his own.
...

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Categories: to each his own, flower,
Form: Rhyme



Yours Is Yours
                                    In matters of paintings and food,

                               your taste and mine are just as good;

                                                        Picasso,

                                                        hot taco,

                                to each his own, to each his mood !...

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Categories: to each his own, art, food, social,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Two Foods
Health Food natural, low-calorie nourishing, strengthening, boring kale, *kimchi, chips, chocolate tantalizing, satisfying, fattening salty, sweet Junk Food *Kimchi is the national health food of Korea, fermented vegetables, particularly cabbage. It's nasty-tasting stuff, but to each his own. For the Diamante Poem Contest of Regina Riddle
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Categories: to each his own, food,
Form: Diamante
smile at me
when your lips
smiled at me
they captured me

to each his own

i love you like 
only little children
love pennies

or cupcakes

that is why it is
so hard for me
to admit that...

even with the
metallic
taste of coins 
in my mouth

what follows 
is the sweet taste
of a chocolate
cupcake in my
mouth

makes me 
lost without you......

poem by mindy
my youngest daughter...

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Categories: to each his own, confusion, love
Form: Free verse
Life is a Game
To each his own, 
they always say.
To each his own, 
is the only way.

So tell me why,
they always stray
from those very words 
they so often say.

Do they really care, 
or is it just unfair?

Judge not lest yea be judged!
They care not 
for they begrudge.

Do as I say not as I do.
Oh, these words are 
so very true.

Life is a game,
you see.
The object,
to keep your 
SANITY....

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Categories: to each his own, confusionwords,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member To Each His Own
Each bough, each limb, each mantel draped
with dangling beauty edged
each bit a dream which does dwell
within man’s heart so pledged.

Each star that lights the evening sky
and pillowed cloud-scaped night
reminds us all of Bethlehem
of God, his Son and Light.

Each pristine bit of tinseled foil
does reflect sublime
the undeniable  goodness of the soul
which wakes at Christmas time.

* drape / edge / pledge/ dwell / pillow / foil / deny / wake...

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Categories: to each his own, inspirational, peace,
Form: Quatrain
Shadowed
A shadowed cloud drops upon this day

Here, it comes to haunt our hearts

But do not falter at it's persistence

And wipe away your tears

For on this gloomy day we shall smile

Smile for what was there instead,

instead of crying for what is gone.

To each his own, but hold a friend

For in the day of the shadowed cloud,

You will have someone to lean on

And never be alone-for surely,

Surely the cloud will return

But thus your faithful friend is near
...

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Categories: to each his own, death, loss, sad, day,
Form: Free verse