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Supermarkets Poems

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New Poems

Creatures of planet Earth under severe threat,
Their living status dramatically changed;
The cause of it all is an insignificant germ,
Unknown until now, no longer estranged.

The population no longer worried about wars,
The hatred for Muslims is a thing of the past;
The persecution...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, anger, angst, anxiety,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Coronavirus the Movie
Just what you've 
been waiting for.
Coronavirus the movie.

First let the truth be told
Coronavirus is taking out
the young and the old.
Babies to Senior citizens.
Celebrities, Royalty,
and World Leaders.
Anybody and everybody's 
Part of the cure
is to stay at home.

Hollywood couldn't wait,
a movie series...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, fantasy, humor, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Where Eagles Daren't - A Tall Tale
Fleeing from the corona virus,
we headed out of town,
seeking isolation from infection.
Beyond civilisation,
beyond the traffic lights,
beyond the bitumen and the supermarkets,
we came to a wilderness 
of scrubby brush and stunted trees,
occupied by wallabies and emus,
crows and kookaburras,
nothing dangerous, 
except the...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, absence, animal, beauty, city, home,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Complacency

When it comes to the coronavirus; of course it is never going to be you
As you stand there coughing on the person in front of you in the queue

You never once heeded the advice if feeling sick isolate yourself at...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, meaningful, wisdom, words,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Viruses
Who would have thought when it raised it's head
Flu like symptoms leading to scores now deceased
A few, now too many the authorities have said
We're about to find out whom are the real diseased

Borders become invisible as it spreads it's fear
As...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, anger, angst, anxiety, food, people, social, society,
Form: Rhyme

This Is Uganda
This is Uganda
My motherland
My home that I love so much
Boom, boom, boom,boom
Another prominent leader has been shot dead
Who is it?
Abiriga, the yellow man
Panic here, panic there
Some arrests here and there
And that’s it
He is gone
And the killers too are nowhere to...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, environment,
Form: I do not know?
Just Because We Invent
60% of the world wealth
is owned by Billionaires
Which leaves 
the rest of the world

To function on 
forty percent 
of the world's wealth,
"getting a rich man into heaven"

Is like trying to get
a camel through
the eye of a needle
because with wealth

Gods expectation...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Carl Marx
Carl Marx
created the communist 
he created communism

because looking at the capitalist world
he realized that eventually,
a very few wealthy 
people would control the world

well everybody else 
became slaves to their money
that's pretty much what we have now
the very wealthy

Getting wealthier 
we...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Pat's Polecat
ate Jack's Brats**
got way too fat
So when that cat shat
on Papa's brand-new hat
he was punished tit-for-tat
Now forced to dine solely on rat
Pat's polecat said grace for meals, then spat

          November 07,...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, cat, food, humorous,
Form: Nonet
My Senior Cone
Certain stores have discounts
Saving this or that percent 
If you're old or are perceived that way -
I think that's their intent.

In supermarkets in my 'hood
On Tuesdays, says the sign,
Seniors save a whopping 10% -
Just mention it in line.

They never ask...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, age,
Form: Rhyme

Too Damn Old
I was here when television wasn’t…
Movies in color were still a new thing
Cars were mostly black

I was here when jet planes weren’t…
Telephones were bulky and hung from the wall
Most every town had a railroad track

I was here when satellites and...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, age, change,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member TINS
When poems can be bought in little tins
Available in supermarkets and corner shops
With appropriate labels by all the greats
And unpublished authors in their own special aisle 
At prices cheap enough to tempt the meanest soul
Think of how much more would...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, destiny, humorous, poetry, poets, society,
Form: Free verse
Where Are All Our Shops Gone
When we take a walk down any high street
more and more signs of to let or for sale
the demise of the independent shops no more
even the national ones struggle to stop the nail

It's so easy to put the blame on...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, business, internet, life, loss,
Form: Rhyme
A Flashback of the Day
After coming back from church last night, wishing everyone a Happy Easter, my sister's only wish was to watch The Greatest Showman. So, my mother and I took our seats next to her and watched, right in the dining table,...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, conflict,
Form: Prose Poetry
Billionaire Fragile Earth
An Economy spirals up in euphoria, 
enslaving Casinos, Supermarkets, Malls.
Lavish and happy hedonists in quicksand,
relish in desert of drudgery, not so small.
As we dance, an orgy and frenzy of 'Plenty',
Mother Earth looks fragile.

Thousand channels on TV....
Commercial 'Breaks' bonding ornate families.
Fizzy...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, butterfly, care, clothes, earth, environment, love, meaningful,
Form: Free verse
October 16th 2018 A Day At The Market With The Missus
October 16th, 2018, A Day At The Market With The Missus

Oft times zee spouse
     lingers at select
     supermarkets (Landis, Redners, 
     and/or Wegmans) without me
(figuratively) taking
  ...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, 6th grade, 8th grade, adventure, animal, food,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Diary Notes: Lament at Dawn - A Year Ago Yet Now No Change
 Diary Notes: Lament at Dawn A Year Ago and yet now No Change
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Categories: supermarkets, august, christian, discrimination, hate, immigration, islamic, jewish,
Form: Free verse
 I read a few people read the newspaper anymore
I have in the shed the English written publication going back
twenty years also have some copies of the Guardian
which no longer sell their broadsheet abroad.
Regarding the local newspaper that...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, blessing, books, break up, business,
Form: Blank verse
a voyage to Greenland
A voyage to Greenland 

Greenland is the largest island in the world, but it is not a continent
I looked up Nuuk the capital up on the YouTube; it is now a modern town
with supermarkets and even cafes.
I was there fifty...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, clothes, computer, cool, crazy,
Form: Blank verse
I know    
I tell you this instant
I am under surveillance  
my life is being recorded indefinite
every movement
private or ordinary
including this moment
every event
big or insignificant
without my consent
there is no instant
when i am alone
only deep thoughts I no...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, anxiety, confusion, imagination, mental illness, solitude, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Three Hundred Years Hence

What will we look like 300 years from now
With the progress being made, will we still be around
Supermarkets will be teeming
There'll be bashings and beanings
Everyone wanting their share of leaves by the pound>center>

...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, future,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member GRUBBING
Adjusting Appetizing Palates.
I have sampled the variety,
I am the one who has tasted life;
The one who has had a taste of life.
Rarely indulged in the main course-
Seldom a full meal-
I come hungry-
To leave satisfied...
I want more substance.

Sampled the world on...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, appreciation, food, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Cascading Metaphors
Cascading Metaphors
A perpetual stream of sacred consciousness flowing ever and ever beyond planets and stars and even plenty of universe.
beacon of light to a hurting world in seek of solace to delve into one's emotions
a challenge to be free is...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, art, , literature,
Form: Free verse
the para
 The Paratrooper

I was falling through the air couldn’t see a thing, opened up
my big black umbrella and descended in an orderly fashion.
A scythe of a moon gave enough light so I could see the coastline
and the dark, menacing sea...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, adventure, boat,
Form: Blank verse

The sweet, savories, succulents plastic wrapped, boxed, floating in chemical additives, packed crunchy, munchy surprises, tasty delicatessens of mouthwatering intestinal trash, preserved, conserved in numbers of E, added to sweetened, sweetener of insecticidal feces, sugar hit and flatulence bubbles of...Read More
Categories: supermarkets, food,
Form: Free verse