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Premium Member Oliver and Family
When I was young and fate was kind
No mocking tongue nor state of mind
Betrayed my room, my welcome bed
My refuge in the years ahead
 
Where nothing but the night is black
And black is never dark for lack
Of something bright or...Read More
Categories: suited, betrayal, bullying, conflict, courage, destiny, endurance, england,
Form: Epic



Premium Member LAST CARRIAGE

Two women fighting over last cart
                 Unsophisticated, brawling, stubborn,
   Short. Up rolls a knight, armor shining bright,
“Why d’ost thou fight til the...Read More
Categories: suited, angst,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member DISUNITY THEN UNITY
DISUNITY THEN UNITY
 
Last Episode of Pure Fantasy.

Fireball always seems to take center stage,
Except in the last episode it was with absolute rage,
Echoman has secretly loved this ravishing beauty
Lost her to a human whilst she was on duty!
There were good...Read More
Categories: suited, universe, war,
Form: Free verse
Slim and Chance
This is the story of Slim & Chance,
Always peacock-ing and runnin’ game
Dubbed the neighborhood know-it-alls
No two stories were ever the same.
Flashing names like badges
Like detectives on a case.
Til the tangled web of lies
They wove gave chase.
Tryna get by on the...Read More
Categories: suited, city, conflict, death, fantasy, fate, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Juneau
An Eskimo visited Hell
And found that it suited him well
His wife did not care
She'd never live where
A snowball can't knock him pell-mell!...Read More
Categories: suited, relationship,
Form: Limerick



The rebel because
Weird things make me happy
The man who talks more with his hand than mouth
The child walking a broken wall
as if upon a tightrope
The puddle spray that reddens the suited business man
The rebel because
The universe flaws
the he that follows the haws
The...Read More
Categories: suited, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Don't Bin It
A brand new rubbish bin
Didn't have anything in
This suited it fine
Would like to decline
Being used, as it would be a sin...Read More
Categories: suited, 10th grade,
Form: Limerick
BEAUCOUP EPIGRAMS

          CATS AND CATS
At night all the  male cats
they are gray and the female cats
suited to them ...

     OVERPOPULATION
The earth has 7 billion
inhabitants and plus those
the...Read More
Categories: suited, allegory, allusion, analogy, art, humorous, metaphor, poetry,
Form: Epigram
The Comfort Zone Age
People believe what is best suited, 
facts are refuted,
People are stupid.

Truth causes perspective revolution, 
Ignorance to truth is more soothing,
making soothing their choosing. 

They believe what they want, 
because, it’s what they want...
Delusion, 
The narcissistical human. 

Acknowledging truth is only...Read More
Categories: suited, education, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lay Down Be Still
Lay Down Be Still

I am not responsible, 
for what happened to you. 
You are accountable;
to what happened to me. 
That was and is still a fact. 

You had what ever reason, 
suited you at the time. 
You traded away...
all that...Read More
Categories: suited, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak, innocence, mother, murder,
Form: Free verse



Snail Prayer Denied

A snail of humble pious bent
prayed this request most fervent:
O snail Maker, grant me speed;
two legs at most is all I need.
“Impossible,” came the reply
and a defense explaining why:
When your architype I created,
I tired, and, alas, procrastinated.
I meant to give...Read More
Categories: suited, animal, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Dung Beetle
A beetle races from its deep hiding
To gather more food for the morning!
Amidst its fields of fruits and bananas,
In the open plains of African savanna.

A tiny black bug, glowing in the sand
It shoots across the sun-dried land
Busy pace and not...Read More
Categories: suited, 11th grade, 12th grade, allegory, girlfriend, health,
Form: Rhyme
military service
Military service (compulsory) 
 
Stationed at a camp
The discipline, not too tough unless you had never done up your bed.
They gave us some old German rifle not
Shooting anyone, but for training.
I liked to go guard duty patrolling the perimeter
There I...Read More
Categories: suited, deep, devotion, dog, earth day,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member TWAS THE NIGHT WHEN CHRISTMAS WENT WRONG

Twas the night before Christmas - came like a flash,
Mob of gingerbread reindeer prodding elves for cache.

The Clausman reigning, doling out orders this stint.
Lady of his, keeps his tongue supplied with peppermints.

The vainglorious list of children, like snow through the...Read More
Categories: suited, christmas, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mini-Christmas
Here in my hand
this capsule of Christmas:
snow scene,
Santa,
smiling children -
shake the globe
and snow falls,
children smile,
Santa waves.
Elsewhere,
children may cry,
may starve,
may suffer,
but in this globe,
this Christmas globe,
Santa
keeps
them
safe.

Inspired by, but not suited to, Bobby May's contest....Read More
Categories: suited, children, christmas, cry, image,
Form: Free verse
plunder gained
the influences of days gone by
we refferred to her as an Old Woman
she was only 26 but she used
the way someone else to
express her concern
him he didn't learn much because
he refused to understand those
teaching due to
what she needed
to take with...Read More
Categories: suited, language, music, song, sound,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Rubbish
A brand new rubbish bin
Did not have anything in
This suited it fine
Would like to decline
Being used, as it would be a sin...Read More
Categories: suited, 10th grade,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Stupidity


We are all born ignorant, not stupid
Some ACQUIRE stupidity for which they're suited
Duh I was born stupid
But once I eluded
Too hard on myself, my stupidity is undisputed (grin)




...Read More
Categories: suited, senses,
Form: Limerick
Guess Who
She never sparked a fire in me,
Da Vinci’s most famous iconic lady.
I like her hands far more than her smile
which I find smug with a touch of guile.
And then the backdrop, not a tree
not a blade of grass, barren, rocky
more...Read More
Categories: suited, art, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Orange suited heroes
Heroes in orange stand tall
All volunteers they are one and all
When the town siren sounds
They run to their trucks as a fire is found

Like all the emergency service personnel 
Run to the danger in fire spitting hell
Until the last of...Read More
Categories: suited, fire,
Form: Ballad
Flackmoth on Nudes
Flackmoth is not one to provoke feuds
with anyone who has a thing for nudes,
and though he’s far from prudish
he’d like to see a few less nudish.
(He’s of the view that the imagination
titillates far better by suggestion.)

First on his list is...Read More
Categories: suited, art, humor,
Form: Light Verse
King's Mountain, Part I
It was after the defeat at Camden,
in the fall of 1780,
British Major Patrick Ferguson
sought to exploit Britain’s victory.

To secure South Carolina’s countryside,
he marched his loyalist forces forward,
threatened the men beyond Appalachia,
said he would lay waste with fire and sword.

He believed...Read More
Categories: suited, america, conflict, courage, freedom, history, patriotic, war,
Form: Epic
Premium Member At the Library
Pure possibility plays
Among the shorter shelves.
Here can be quickly glanced,
Quite easily, per chance:

Glittering, spinning castles,
With multi-colored shrubs;
Space-suited clowns,
Juggling throwing stars;
A grinning seahorse bobbing
Weightless in thin air;
Alleys winding dark and light,
With neon-green monsters;
Kindly white-haired grandpas,
Speaking distant dialects.
...Read More
Categories: suited, books, imagination, mystery, preschool, youth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Flower Blooms
Flowers give us warm vibes when in bloom!
To celebrate life in a womb,
or dress up a suited groom.
Sadness when on a tomb.
Brighten daily gloom!
Nature's perfume,
refresh rooms.
Gone soon,
prune!

11/3/19

Contest: Rhyming Nonet Poetry contest

Sponsor: Charles Messina


...Read More
Categories: suited, appreciation, beauty, celebration, flower,
Form: Nonet
Premium Member Halloween Secret
I know I belong to a wicked witch

but I keep secret an ironic glitch

that makes me better suited to a nun -

I wish Halloween to be safe and fun.







November 1, 2019
Good Luck Halloween - Picture #2
Eve Roper...Read More
Categories: suited, animal, candy, cat, cute, fantasy, halloween, sweet,
Form: Rhyme