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Sulkiness Poems

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The Ins and Outs of Silence
four vignettes on silence

Muteness broadcasted
hush-hush flaunted
just like a coverall,
silence is a blanket
on human telepathy and intent.

It's simple, actions speak as loudly as words.
Silent treatment can be an
autumn breeze,
granting space
cooling tempers

Sulkiness can be likened to
mean green gall, blatant brooding
and withdrawal...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, 11th grade, social,
Form: Free verse

From his voice springs the tenderest sound of lute
There is not a moment
In the company of my little cherubim
Oh how I love him, how I love him!
Dissonance played in my core.
Before his birth 
My first born.
Our pride and Joy.
The...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, baby, care, child, love, parents, boy,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Melancholy
You shall not chase my gloom away!
There's such a charm in melancholy.
(Samuel Rogers, 1814)

I think, I was born under the shadow of melancholy.  I was a woebegone girl
since birth. My mother said she never saw anyone with such...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, death, grief, heartbreak, writing,
Form: Haibun
The Mass
i hear a snap.  and somewhere another body goes limp.  i hear it all the time these days. It’s the times i think.  or maybe my youth.  i can’t tell.  

i hold tight as four...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, future, society,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Opposites
Selfish, sensual
Controlling, smoldering, rebelling
Sulkiness, steeliness, strongness, special
Understanding, sympathizing, loving
Spiritual, steadfast

Sponsor: Nancy Jones
Contest: Alphabet Soup
Letter chosen: S...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, faith,
Form: Diamante

My intimate stranger

My intimate stranger

Why are we so far away from each others thoughts?
And we are not so thoughtful to each others needs
And we live under the same roof on the same bed
But our minds are miles apart at dead end
Withdrawn to...Read More
Categories: sulkiness, friendship, lost love, romance,
Form: Dramatic monologue