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Premium Member Poverty
Somewhere under African skies,
Another young starving child dies,
Because the child is black and poor,
He loses life at about four.
Soon no one will recall his name,
His brothers all look much the same,
And one boy's death is not unique,
There will be fifty...Read More
Categories: supped, abuse, africa, child, day, humanity, money,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member I Bear-ly Survived
The beauteous days of summer were here at last,
And the primetime of nature was coming so fast!

We sat on the porch, watching a lazy day go by,
With no interesting views, to gladden our eyes.

Then one of us said a hiking...Read More
Categories: supped, adventure, animal, fantasy, flower, imagery, nature, tree,
Form: Couplet
Read God Haiku by Horn
Read God Haiku by Horn

Praying and kneeling,
My God had set me reeling;
Have found His feeling.

While Jesus had wept;
His promises He still kept;
At doing adept.

God  had been abrupt;
Will not let us be corrupt;
Then with God we supped.

By God welcome were,
In...Read More
Categories: supped, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Reflections


For thirst I went to wet my lips
And knelt down by a stream,
My reflection stared back at me
'Twas like a waking dream.

I looked myself in the eye
As it did the same,
Who was who, which was what
Confusion was the game.

Was I...Read More
Categories: supped, confusion, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member No Christ In Christmas
Christmas Day in our house
Started serene
Everything orderly
Perfect and pristine
Guests were all greeted
As if best friends
Little did they realise
This would soon come to an end
The spread upon the table
A glorious feast indeed
All looked scrumptious
On which an army could feed
Then there was...Read More
Categories: supped, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member I Have Drank Deep Woes Of Tiresome Heartbreak
I Have Drank Deep Woes Of Tiresome Heartbreak

I have drank deep woes of tiresome heartbreak
supped dark wormwood of Fate's poison trees
attempted to love just for loving's sake
drown myself in sorrow's of  empty seas.

Blessed golden day poetry found me.
For its...Read More
Categories: supped, appreciation, art, character, creation, life, poetry, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Poet, No Longer Will I Sup at your Banquet
My eyes were sorely struck when once they perceived
verity in your insightful words. Oh, how they grieved
when you chose to kneel low enough to kiss the ring
of a cunning being, whose unmerited praises you sing

My ignorance would have been a...Read More
Categories: supped, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Woe-Man
Halt! Halt! Give em your hand but not your hearts
For when they hover around you, 
You are an imminent carcass. 
These vipers of Eden unrelenting, carry about their venoms 
Fluttering and flapping with the disposition of a butterfly 
And a...Read More
Categories: supped, analogy, evil, gender, imagery, marriage, men, woman,
Form: Rondeau
Premium Member A Bitter Cup



How fine the lines 'twixt love's traits
From sweet embrace to darkest thought,
A cruel harbinger, fickle fate
In whose grip I am now caught.

My feelings, there on display
My racing heart in love, delighted!
Yet no lovers kiss came my way,
Alas my love went...Read More
Categories: supped, longing, love, love hurts,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LIII - Tongue Teasers
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LIII - Tongue Teasers

Whether the glass is « half full » or « half empty », what counts is WHO « drank" the "other half », the « better half » ? Lucky Devil !

« By hook or...Read More
Categories: supped, animal, girl, humor, irony, word play,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Premium Member The Black Sheep And More



My siblings avoid the paths I walk
Slaves they to convention,
I strive for the darkness  
That others fear to mention.

I supped with the devil
I drank his potent brew,
I howled with wolves at midnight,
And danced in hades too.

My family cast me...Read More
Categories: supped, dark, evil, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Pompous Poet
“O to dwell in the past!” yearned the poet. “How nice!”
“The words of today are so coarse!”
So he wallowed in syphilis, sadness and lice,
Wrote a sonnet, then married his horse. 

He sat with dear Dobbin ‘neath shimm’ring skies,
as they supped...Read More
Categories: supped, fun, funny, horse, humor, humorous, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Maundy Thursday
				MAUNDY THURSDAY

The Upper Room was hushed that night,
 	As frightened friends supped their last as one.
Shoving back the morrow
	When their leader would be gone.

This is my body—broken for you;
	You are my beloved—take my blood, too.
Do this and as oft as...Read More
Categories: supped, faith, imagery,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member PADDY GOT IN A PADDY ON ST PATRICK'S DAY
Paddy’s drinking with his buddy Shaun
In fancy dress as a leprechaun
To be part of the scene
They wear emerald green
and get bladdered before break of dawn!

Old Paddy supped ten pints of brown ale
And then drunk as a skunk, he turns pale
He...Read More
Categories: supped, drink, ireland,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member What Was, Will Forever Be


What Was, Will Forever Be
Written: by Tom Wright
October 2015

In youth, 
I envisioned not what life would be, 
So with each day’s dawning, as sun came up;
I questioned, if ripening years I’d see,
As I daily supped from a bittersweet cup.

As years...Read More
Categories: supped, dream, how i feel, me,
Form: Lyric
Refurbished Nursery Rhymes: Old King Cole, a very merry monarch
What made old King Cole
Such a merry old soul
As he sucked on his pipe,
And he supped from his bowl,
And he fiddled around
With three young court musicians?
And what was the role
Of his missus, Queen Cole?
Was she under a table
With a lad...Read More
Categories: supped, humor, nursery rhyme,
Form: Light Verse
YES LORD: confident, courageous and called
Women are the womb
and the backbone of society 
So in this women's season 
let's celebrate how we came be

When I look back in history at the many
women who have come and gone 
And the impact they made 
and the challenges...Read More
Categories: supped, confidence, courage, faith, women,
Form: Dramatic Verse
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: supped, appreciation, food, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Ever Loving Valentine
Our story will forever shine.
My glorious Valentine.
You brought to my life a bright soothing light.
You inspire me to turn all wrong into right.
When I met you life begun.
Our hearts and souls entwined in one.
The most eloquent and finest gourmet dish,
was...Read More
Categories: supped, love,
Form: Rhyme
In Church Ran Into A Dolph and More
Ran Into A Dolph

(Member of our church.)

Were in church when we ran into a Dolph;
What we did was start calling him Randolph, 
And great Scott, 
We got caught, 
Eating our meals out of Saint James trough.

Jim Horn

Standing Shooting the Breeze

We...Read More
Categories: supped, 1st grade, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Jesus Enjoyed
Jesus Enjoyed

Jesus sinners always enjoyed saving them,
Even when times were turbulent or grim;
Cautious at times,
While writing rhymes;
He supped with friend who was a seraphim. 

Jim Horn

...Read More
Categories: supped, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Facts And Facets Of Fiction
Fictional vista
Lulls us with fleeting solace, 
And euphoria's blue waves.

But when the day dies, 
We're supped by fire of facts, 
And by its million facets. 

Copyright: 02062014...Read More
Categories: supped, fantasy,
Form: Sedoka
A mist over a plate does require cleaning asap
A mediocre mealworm was sat on a hill eating a sandwich and drinking some tea when along came an elongated machine with a red face and elastic eel ears which pinged and ponged. The mealworm was confused. Surely not here...Read More
Categories: supped, adventure, allegory, angst,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Maundy Thursday
				MAUNDY THURSDAY

The Upper Room was hushed that night,
 	As frightened friends supped their last as one.
Shoving back the morrow
	When their leader would be gone.

This is my body—broken for you;
	You are my beloved—take my blood, too.
Do this and as oft as...Read More
Categories: supped, death, easter, passion, , Lullaby,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Wimpole Street, Part 4 of 7
(Sir Frederick Treves, Victorian surgeon, has the
following claims to our respect: (1) he discovered
and cared for Joseph Merrick, "The Elephant Man":
(2) He followed the route in Italy of the characters
in Browning's "The Ring & the Book", taking
priceless photos: and many...Read More
Categories: supped, london,
Form: Rhyme royal