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Slogged Poems - Poems about Slogged

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Premium Member Twenty-Five Days - A
...drove for thirty minutes to the subway station, took a train for forty minutes, got into another for only ten minutes, and reached Queen's Park. Mornings are so hectic, people are rushing to their wo......Read More
Categories: slogged, cancer, life,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Ride In the Subway
...Drove for thirty minutes to Subway Station, Took a train for forty minutes, Got into another for only ten minutes, reached Queen's Park. Mornings are hectic, found a seat beside the window, ......Read More
Categories: slogged, cancer, emotions,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Six Mile Hike
...Six mile hike Twelve hundred feet of climb Viv in a pack Up on my back I’d do it anytime Six mile hike Left a car at the top Hiking through lava Jonesing for java Didn’t see a shop Six ......Read More
Categories: slogged, blessing, daughter, granddaughter, nature,
Form: Light Verse
...The storm brawled with the flying rags of mad clowns. Small birds exploded in spiral sprays of feathers. Deer slogged against a hoof tugging fright. Raccoons clung to barn beams. Trashca......Read More
Categories: slogged, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Colourism of the Black Woman
...Born from slaved backbones of our forefathers and mothers We have risen, Liberated, freed from encroachment Apprised through noble heritage, an abundance of history Mother Africa gave birth, infus......Read More
Categories: slogged, africa, color, culture, discrimination,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Home, Sweet Home
...They walked...and they walked!  prolonged stretches of a disastrous journey -  hundreds of miles of uncertainty. Odyssey which seemed like an et......Read More
Categories: slogged, poverty, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
Juvenilia: Early Poems Viii
...Juvenilia: Early Poems VIII These are early poems of mine, written in my teens as a high school and college student. Moon Lake by Michael R. Burch Starlit recorder of summer nights, what ......Read More
Categories: slogged, boy, child, childhood, high
Form: Rhyme
Poems About Fathers and Grandfathers I
...Poems about Fathers and Grandfathers I I translated the first six Native American poems for my father when he chose to enter hospice and end his life by not taking dialysis … Cherokee Travele......Read More
Categories: slogged, father, father daughter, father
Form: Rhyme
Back To the 80s
...ake me back to the 80s, with top gun all the rage. with me VHS and Betamax, and Ceefax holiday page. Keith had is hand up Orville, the Rubix cube was fun. Samantha had her baps out, on the ......Read More
Categories: slogged, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ride In the Subway For Twenty-Five Days
...Drove for thirty minutes to Subway Station, Took a train for forty minutes, Got into another for only ten minutes, reached Queen's Park. Mornings are hectic, found a seat beside the window......Read More
Categories: slogged, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Sanctuary At Dawn
...Sanctuary at Dawn by Michael R. Burch I have walked these thirteen miles just to stand outside your door. The rain has dogged my footsteps for thirteen miles, for thirty years, through the mo......Read More
Categories: slogged, conflict, father, rain, rainbow,
Form: Verse
Premium Member 23 and Me
...My Ancestors slogged in Scottish bogs Washing wool for the textile folds And dancing with the spinning jenny’s Apparently, there were some English blokes That I can count among my folks Well wh......Read More
Categories: slogged, england, french, science,
Form: Rhyme
...Wonderland by Michael R. Burch We stood, kids of the Lamb, to put to test the beatific anthems of the blessed, the sentence of the martyr, and the pen’s sincere religion. Magnified, the lens ......Read More
Categories: slogged, allegory, allusion, analogy, crazy,
Form: Sonnet
...This poison tasted like wine enough to kill my conscious This fields of medicine I drank myself out of this situation of in-laws my mother zonked herself to be part of My poison was them, n......Read More
Categories: slogged, family, poetry, suicide,
Form: Bio
Iim Bangalore
...In the heart of bustling city, It majestically sprawls across, Mesmerising and gorgeous, Bounded by pristine stone walls. Awash with memories, I recall N<......Read More
Categories: slogged, places, school,
Form: Acrostic

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