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Suitcases Poems

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Premium Member WIDOWS' CLUB

the widows’ club
seasoned companions 
suitcases full of wit
playmates up for adventure
out for an escapade
consortium of allies
league of septuagenarians
a powerhouse of wisdom
tote travel bags of history

posted on February 24, 2020...Read More
Categories: suitcases, age, history, retirement, travel, tribute, wisdom, women,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member - The Dust Of Memories -

When roof beams have stored old suitcases
and collected dust through generations
Timeless quality genuine leather, with respect for craft
// The faithful suitcase was packed 

They hide secrets about unknown journeys
With salt water in the blood vessels, aboard on the steamship
Smell of...Read More
Categories: suitcases, nostalgia, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Holiday vibes
The early drive to the glamorous airport 
Looking like rubbish 
But feeling great
In the back of one’s mind worrying about 
Being late 

Suitcases bulging 
Genial check-in attendants 
People hurdling 
Over each other 
Chill out people, we’ll be there soon 

The...Read More
Categories: suitcases, holiday,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member They Too, Were Dreamers
Frightened immigrants
holding hands

Spoke little English
two suitcases
strange tongues, smells
cornucopia of sounds
crowds, horses, wagons
tenement apartment
little heat

Their own home
central heating
learned English
Model T Ford
business, savings
four children
daughter in college

Dauntless citizens
holding hands...Read More
Categories: suitcases, america, immigration, strength,
Form: Free verse
Chasing Dreams Is All I Have Left
He had high expectations. I was supposed to be one of his kept women. One of the many he had forced in his underground prostitution.

He realized the mistake he made

When he made an unsuccessful attempt.
At trying to force me...Read More
Categories: suitcases, anger, anxiety, black love, bullying,
Form: I do not know?

Premium Member ICING ON THE CAKE

The crisp coolness of Autumn inhabits my birthday.
Candy corn and pumpkins have sprung up.
The cell phone rings off the hook —
well at least while I was working.

Suitcases have been swept clean
as indelible leaves of Maple red 
find their resting spots...Read More
Categories: suitcases, birthday,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ocean Rental
By Dawne Zacharias

                                     We...Read More
Categories: suitcases, beach, beauty, body, desire, fun, nature, ocean,
Form: Free verse
The Unveiling
There in the air
below the green trees
bees dance in the heat of the sun

Clouds harvest and darken
blocking the dim and dusky light
the ground beneath is cool and waiting

Years pass before the rain falls
before storms gather and crack the sky
many years...Read More
Categories: suitcases, absence, bereavement, grief, sorrow,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member SPRINGS HERE- -
Suddenly as the robin calls
And the leaves in the trees no longer brown, now fall;
Everyday people having everyday things
Ring out the old bring in the new listen to the birds sings

Springs here

Come on girls get your man out of hibernation...Read More
Categories: suitcases, analogy, appreciation, fun, games, spring,
Form: Free verse
I accept you Poem By Miss Aliza Kashmala Kiran
Happiness can exist only in acceptance.
I accept you, you accept me as well,for Real Halal Nikah Life time Marriage.
God is a witness to this acceptance.
Yes, God is a witness.
Our love story of real love is now end into our wedding.
God...Read More
Categories: suitcases, beauty, faith, family, freedom, friendship, humanity, peace,
Form: Heroic Couplets

Premium Member Seashells Just Lying Around Down Here
The sand is cool 
Because the day is young.
My first day on a beach.
I am excited!
Smelling the ocean for the first time.

I look down and see a seashell.
Just lying there without a price tag.
I look around to see if anyone...Read More
Categories: suitcases, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Memory of Gibble Gabble Woman
There was a gibble gabble woman
In our neighborhood when I was a child.
She sung gossip the way 
Porters sling suitcases, trying to break people

Her tongue was fast, and mean, and she had no shame
We learned quickly she was fun to...Read More
Categories: suitcases, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Random travel notes
Booking assumptions and travelling

Be aware that when changing flights you may not get your checked luggage and it may just travel on without you when stopping over. Australia to Dubai, to Africa, the stop over kept our luggage and we...Read More
Categories: suitcases, eulogy,
Form: Narrative
Distant Shores
I imagine my ancestors having once lived in parts of Europe
having the ambition to sail to America with prayers and some luck
leaving behind the potato famine blight that disrupted their Irish lives
with their small suitcases arriving here as husband and...Read More
Categories: suitcases, america, boat, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Theater of Utter Charm Part 14
my zoom lens resents being called inconsequential
and always tries to buzz the dosage
engaging the larger vista every time
which is always good for a little butter and jam
well the matter always seems to remain
regardless of the description
a matter of aesthetics top...Read More
Categories: suitcases, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Havana Nights
The steamy Havana night air became heavy through the broken-up streets of the old city where ancient Detroit monsters were on display like dinosaurs from some prehistoric era, forgotten, given up to the boundaries of time. 

Another empty night crawl...Read More
Categories: suitcases, lust, sexy, travel,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member RMS Titanic
Built by Harland and Wolff in the shipyard's of Belfast
A luxurious giant ship that they built to last
An Olympic class liner of the White Star Line
No expense was spared; she was grand and so fine.

Southampton and Cherbourg then Queenstown in...Read More
Categories: suitcases, natural disasters,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Photostory Up in the Attic
                             #3         UP IN...Read More
Categories: suitcases, addiction, adventure, analogy, angst, vanity,
Form: Free verse
Take Me with You
If you go downtown early morning
You can see the shopkeepers setting
Old treasures on the sidewalk,
Writing their welcomes with chalk
On little standing blackboards,
Inviting you inside their stores.

Honeysuckle Antiques has its window
Filled with newfound things to show,
Local crafts and the latest junk,
A...Read More
Categories: suitcases, adventure, america, nostalgia, remember, time,
Form: Verse
my mother vs o j simpson
My mother used to work in a bookies in bread street
An area they called the pubic triangle
Due to all the strip joints
One day she went out on her lunch break
To place a bet at another betting shop
Not the usual sort
Football,...Read More
Categories: suitcases, people,
Form: Blank verse
Head on Bed Collision
Asleep before the head hits the pillow
Head filled with vivid colors swirling, amassing, mixing outside the lines 
Transgressions grow skyward like a bean stalk becoming a giant
Worries wander aimlessly like a cat in the night looking for a spoon
Hurts pound...Read More
Categories: suitcases, anxiety, confusion, dream, peace, prayer, sleep, today,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THIS ISN'T LIVING

I see you sitting there
Night after night
Living someone else's passions
Worried about some stranger's future
Borrowing some guy's dreams
Involved in another couple's romance
As if you were so empty inside
That you couldn't live your own life

I see you glued there
Your eyes look like...Read More
Categories: suitcases, boyfriend, break up, how i feel, leaving,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Far Away: The Heart's Craving
I thought of “Far Away” as an escaping,
wild trees and flowers in all their rapt fury.
To be free of love and all its stiff draping,

fleeing dark emotions in a swift hurry.
Now I see bright orchids in their wild scaping,
shades of...Read More
Categories: suitcases, imagery, inspirational, lost love,
Form: Rispetto
Grrrr WOMEN they drive me mad!

We were due to go on holiday
My wife said she was on her way
I’d got the car engine running 
I waited
and waited
and waited

But my wife Marcie was on the phone to her mom
Marcie had INSISTED...Read More
Categories: suitcases, holiday, humorous, relationship,
Form: Free verse
A study at dawn
Skylights warn and warm where acorns drip. The slight angle of acidity in the air can be measured accurately with a ruler or the nib of a ball point pen. Ball point pens are not really balls or points for...Read More
Categories: suitcases, age, angel,
Form: I do not know?