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Premium Member The Sixties
The Sixties
By: Tom Wright

In protest
"Hippies" burned our flag.
fashioning clothes
that some wore in drag.

Protesting a "Conflict"
they were not for.
Espousing a slogan
"Make Love Not War".

They gave peace signs
while "Grass" they smoked.
As young men died
they sunned and joked.

Draft cards
many saw fit to burn.
Then...Read More
Categories: sunned, america, conflict, courage, fear, feelings, forgiveness, war,
Form: Lyric

2019 Polar Vortex Across Wide Band Of North America
2019 Polar Vortex - Across Wide Band Of North America

Ordinarily, the weather
considered non trees
son us, a neutral subject on par
with non nose wrinkling odoriferous cheese
usually ranks as minor distraction,
without whether yours truly agrees

or not, except 
during balmy temperatures,
an unavoidable tease,
whereat...Read More
Categories: sunned, america, deep, february, howl, january, surreal, weather,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Autumn Magic
The day chilled rainy and gray
 allowed the wind to sweep and sway
each and every tree that held tight its leaves
 now released them to the slightest breeze.
Driving down the blackened road eroding
 macadam faded into a multitude of leaves...Read More
Categories: sunned, autumn, color,
Form: Rhyme
I Roundly Square Prayer
I Roundly Square Prayer...

Despite imprecations
     yielding "FAKE" impact
     upon the head of this atheist,
especially when thy
     (untamable) shrewish wife
     takes umbrage against this beast
tee...Read More
Categories: sunned, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
This Damed Family Man - Sad Commentary
This Damed Family Man - Sad Commentary

The personal issue asper role
     of fatherhood, I did address
in psycho therapy
     earlier today, particularly dynamics
     between self (birth father),
  ...Read More
Categories: sunned, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Dramatic Verse

Free Will Hath Limitations
(following on figurative heals 
   sans, l'amour, 
i.e.,and that bastard conception 
   of life, liberty, and the
pursuit by George - Marshall ling, Grant 
   ting, and Bing Frank.)

Expectant motherhood generates aurorean
sonogram x-ray zooms 
...Read More
Categories: sunned, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction, nonsense, silver,
Form: Free verse
Donny Brook Doth Runnel Along
Generating a ring
     of bright waters, which
currently meanders, ponders,
     and then streams - twitch
ching reflexively as flora
     and fauna lap rich
text chard liquid
     timelessly...Read More
Categories: sunned, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When Deferred Dreams Become Blurred Visions

(Apropos of Hughes’s Proverbial Question)

What happens when rotten strange fruit…
Hanging from trees of auction block wood
Become stinking pieces of black flesh…dried blood
Putrefying in murderous streets…?

When crystallized tears of remorse…Laden and loaded
With explosive grief…flow down weary faces
Wrinkled by time’s trials, tribulations…treacherousness—
And...Read More
Categories: sunned, allegory, black african american, dream, grief, hyperbole,
Form: Prose Poetry
Harpoon Loouey Pseudonym Pen Bukowski ventral
Harpoon Loouey - Pseudonym Pen Bukowski

although just a pint size Notre Dame 
hunched quarter back 
     with rock solid state frame
Pen (short for pennilessness), 

     a generic cents less game
some dime a...Read More
Categories: sunned, fishing, good night, international, mystery, simple, together,
Form: Free verse


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Categories: sunned, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Dramatic Verse

This SoothSayer's Warning - 2018
Dire prognostications 
(terrestrial inhabitants blithely heeded)
with contemporary age
fortune tellers foretell day of (w)reckoning,
sans total mortal kombat annihilation

when human (and many) other innocent species
(stalwart cockroach adept to survive)
pitch headlong toward critical limit stage.
That eleventh hour fast upon mankind,
(as Earthlings speed headlong)
on...Read More
Categories: sunned, age, conflict, death, destiny, fear, horror,
Form: I do not know?
Jostling with ubiquitous crocuses 
First leaves in forest, farm, or home
First greens of spring reveal 
The most eager petals I know -
My springtime “friend” uplifts me 
with myriad-sunned, golden yellows.

Early summer heat will bring larger leaves around us
And green...Read More
Categories: sunned, creation, flower, garden, green, inspiration, nature, seasons,
Form: Blank verse
The Hot Mom and The Pool Boy - A Poetrysoup Collaboration
The day was long and she was spent
off to the pool our hot mom went
asked for some lotion
and dreamlike potion
drifting away she was content

Before to long she had awoke
sounds of pleasure the pool boy spoke
she fell for his charms
and into...Read More
Categories: sunned, fun,
Form: Limerick
Kisses Under A Midnight Moon
The sea was calm as I have ever seen
A slight western breeze chilled
My over sunned cheeks
It wasnt last call at the Cabana
But it was for me as the moon 
Reached ever higher into the
Infinite night sky
I walked the beach home...Read More
Categories: sunned, love,
Form: Free verse
Moving on from the Gardern
On a dawn of October twenty ten, 
A sap was planted in a beautiful garden 
Watered by a mentoring community 
Nurtured by fertile soils of opportunity 
Sunned by founding principles of integrity 
And pruned by the edges of creativity 
It...Read More
Categories: sunned, farewell, integrity,
Form: Ballad
Sitting By the Pool Until the Devil Drops By
For an instant we are sunned and golden, lounging by the pool,
An arch suspended like a bridge, or cathedral, above our satisfaction,
And while eyes behind sunglasses narrow to slumber
Our dreams play a degraded video:

First, the devastation that rains upon us...Read More
Categories: sunned, death, destiny, dream, evil, fear, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Daffy O' Dill
I spotted her from far away 
a thin tart
Very svelte in a form 
fitting long green gown
Her face shrouded by 
a rather large
Buttercup yellow 
Daffy O' Dill 
The Spring maiden 
flaunting and teasing 
Passers by.  Who could...Read More
Categories: sunned, april,
Form: Free verse
You and I
                      You and I
We were two seeds Just like each other
Things that made us different came later
We were germinated...Read More
Categories: sunned, nature, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
The Blacker The Berry

Misconception dims the path that leads her brown Clay
To shallow waters where she can never float like a butterfly but always stings like a bee
She is only good at germinating in dim waters like
Deep intellectual conversations
Always warrant...Read More
Categories: sunned, africa, body, mirror,
Form: Blitz
Forgotten Music

Oh, how did I forget flecked fields of white
where fairest petals synchronized their dance,
and beauty’s cadence sung to ears romance,
as Monet’s clouds rose lilting notes to heights?
Oh, how did I forget fanned butterflies 
adrift on breezes sunned in Mexico?
Their bright-hued...Read More
Categories: sunned, dream, imagery, music, nostalgia, romance, , Lullaby,
Form: Sonnet
One Green Leaf

One leaf fell from a tall, tall tree
and subtly kissed gnarled roots beneath;
a lover’s kiss below sunned-sheath 
of greenest leaves, a jubilee.  

One spiraling leaf brought playful mirth
to sullen earth of trodden dirt.
A flight of hopeful shades of spring,
for...Read More
Categories: sunned, color, green, holiday, imagery, march, nature,
Form: Verse
Premium Member From a Deck Chair
Beyond the mystic and blue water purl
  I watch in motion season's changing guard;
and rising ocean drafts the far depths swirl
  up silica sandstone cliffs steeped and scarred.
Silver eucalyptus shines by the lea,
  and apple blossom in...Read More
Categories: sunned, beauty, change, spring,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member It Must be Hard
It must be hard
To carry it around
That load of hate
Weighing on your heart
A powder keg
Waiting to explode

You pretend it isn’t there
But now and again it shows
In what you say
In what you write
The sarcasm hidden under the sweet
The hate clothed in...Read More
Categories: sunned, hate, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Once A Buyer At The Liar
he sold a lot from lies he told
the same he sold to men of old:
for him to sell
some lies we tell.
Goods like leaves sunburn unrooted
Abundance bought to wither sure
To lie about my age for fame
To lie along the rakes for...Read More
Categories: sunned, change
Form: Rhyme
Shadowed Street Corners
My love, you have disappeared
Where have you gone? I cry 
I have shed a thousand tears

I search for you in every face
On shadowed street corners
But of you I find no trace

My life is broken and shattered
My heart is left ripped...Read More
Categories: sunned, angst, depression, lost love, sad, heart, heart,
Form: Rhyme