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Premium Member Lost Subterranean City
...lost subterranean city of the Grand Canyon Fact, legend, Hopi story or cover-up? In 1909 Arizona Gazette printed the story A secret underground citadel a mile down discovered by G E Kinkaid, a re......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, travel,
Form: Narrative

Strange Things Found In the Lost Tomb of Zarathustra
...It was never exactly pinpointed for only the African Crowned Eagles knew of the twisting paths to its misplaced place. In that crystalline chamber, upon that gold dusted floor were found much t......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Shrouded
... "Shrouded" found in the humanity not in the divinity many pilates wash their hands of this long enough for the clouds to descend then rise fly away crimin......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, dark, light, love, muse,
Form: Free verse
Beware the Ides of March 2022 Part I
...Ides simply referred to first new moon, which usually fell between the thirteenth and fifteenth day of a given month. Smithsonian Magazine history buff Tom A. Frail posted March 4, 2010 iss......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, adventure, celebration, conflict, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Transferring Hope
...Hope Diamond is worth two hundred millions. Donated to Smithsonian by one worth billions. This forty-five carat gem was sent to them by regular mail. They were lucky the 1958 postal service did no......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Spanish Town, Jamaica
...Smithsonian Folkways Catalogue #709-300-25. RASTA WEDDING VOWS Gunna pledge mi soul an body in di spirit uh di trut. Gunna stan an mek a promise an delivah u da proof. Mi seh nevah gunna evah......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, allegory, satire, wedding,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Not Quite Good Enough
...I once met a lad from the great state of Oregon As well as I recall his name was Rick Corregon He lived in a rustic tent And painted with great intent But his finest art never made the Sm......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, humorous,
Form: Limerick
...Dumbfounded in the raw, nerves in neon. Sin-New and bones quartered by time's animation- Death re-imagined by the law of Thelema and Agenda 21. Moments of truth corner you in alleys and avenues i......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, christian, dark, sin,
Form: Rhyme
An Obvious Answer To An Unexpected Question
...choosing to stay was easy for me riches for me is love from you very simply put, i would not change a thing your kisses express the same passion, so no regrets i have too many people we know ta......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, appreciation, beautiful, for her,
Form: Free verse
Limericks Vii - Naughty, Bawdy, Risque, Absurd
...Limericks VII - Naughty, Bawdy, Risque, Absurd There continue to be modern sequels of the famous "Nantucket" limericks, including this bawdy one of mine: There was a lewd whore from Nantucket ......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, humor, humorous, light, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
Limericks V - Politics
...Limericks V - Politics Baked Alaskan by Michael R. Burch There is a strange yokel so flirty she makes whores seem icons of purity. With all her winkin’ and blinkin’ Palin seems to be thinki......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, america, humor, humorous, light,
Form: Limerick
...Limericks by Michael R. Burch Clyde Lied! by Michael R. Burch There once was a mockingbird, Clyde, who bragged of his prowess, but lied. To his new wife he sighed, "When again, gentle ......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, giggle, light, nonsense, parody,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Enola Gay
...Enola Gay There on the ‘North Field’ tarmac of Tinian Island, Marianas; Taxis the sleek designed ‘Boeing B-29 Superfortress’ to ready for take-off. 1 Glistening, polished aluminum ......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, education, history, usa, war,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Shout Out To Mister Rogers
...Fifty-one years ago, today, on September 21, 1967, Kindness appeared in the form of Fred McFeely Rogers, with his neighborhood of make-believe. We allowed him to enter our homes and support us in en......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, children, education, encouraging, inspiration,
Form: Haibun
Just Meet a Girl Named Casandra
...Casandra, She is so sweet and a poet for sure, Wonderful musician like to endure; Well trained; When rained; For her great beauty no known cure. James Horn My biggest regret is t......Read More
Categories: smithsonian, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick

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