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Sufferable Poems

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Premium Member CLOWN AT THE ABYSS

“Nobody likes a clown at midnight.”       Stephen King


CLOWN AT THE ABYSS


Darkroom abscessed 
with neon blush and black-blood —
sunken eyes look surprised
to find oneself in a dank dungeon.
Fecal stench, not humorous,
screams on each bold painted-on...Read More
Categories: sufferable, dark,
Form: Free verse



Seductive Calling of Name
I can almost hear the faint call of your name.
Seducing me with just a photographic memory.
Fortunately, I have lost this wretched game. 

Deep inside my soul I can feel your words caressing
each vein. My blood boils, the heat intensifies.
Oh, but...Read More
Categories: sufferable, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member On Suffering
I waited too long
to mow my lawn
biopsy my lung
yet lived long enough
however long is long.
Whatever. It's not wrong
to count along
while busy living. Sing
and stay strong
absorb the sun's photons
and store them in your bones.

Those bones
outlast slights and wrongs
are white as lightning...Read More
Categories: sufferable, death, friend, fun, garden, love, religion, sun,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Declaration of InterDependence
When in the Course of Earth’s climatic events, 
it becomes necessary for cultures to resolve political bands 
which have connected Her with human nature, 
and to assume among the powers of Earth, 
separate and equal station to which the Laws...Read More
Categories: sufferable, freedom, health, independence day, life, peace, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
Avarice
Avarice

To sit at the right hand of God,
See the Angels read from evil lists,
The great whore of Babylon, aint happy,
 she has the greed of the Devils mist,

money was made in the mines were,
a greedy un sufferable ditch,
not enough to...Read More
Categories: sufferable, adventure,
Form: Ballad