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New Poems

Will you be my quarantine
What’s all this
Nonsense
Inch tapes out
Everyone measuring distance
They call it
‘Social distancing’
Never heard
Of any such thing
After all
Man is gregarious 
He, she and us
Add to it
That one more bit 
About ‘Self isolation’
Living all alone
Not a soul around, 
Absolutely none
But wait
This we’ve
Already been practising...Read More
Categories: supposedly, humor, love,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Fishing For Answers
Another Friday has arrived 
No meat I do sigh 
I eat the fishes from Saint Peter’s wishes 
Fried or grill 
The sea food fits the sacrificial concept bill 
Bring the tarter 
For a starter 
While other condiments enhance
This feeding chance...Read More
Categories: supposedly, bible, blessing, easter, fish, fishing, inspirational, literature,
Form: Rhyme Royal
A Few Words About Vanity

Ageing, sooner or later betrays us
and vanity, supposedly, saves us.
Men, less so, but women especially,
fall prey to its superficiality
with measures used no better than
the least skilled mortician,
and the end results are about
as good as any corpse laid out.
It’s all but...Read More
Categories: supposedly, age, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Corona virus welcome to the UK
Its here the thing we all fear, 
The apocalypse is near,
The devils spurn has risen,
Trapping us in our homes like prisons,

To plague our planet already broken,
Is it retaliating, squeezing our lungs chocking,
Like the black death the plague upon our people,
Swooping,...Read More
Categories: supposedly, care, death, sick, society, solitude, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Embellishment
If you guessed early, I do not know anything
 I would like to know, on a splendid moment,
A moment that would keep the hearts alive, beating for a soul 
That we would still be believers, 
No one would remind us...Read More
Categories: supposedly, i miss you,
Form: Free verse



Shoulder Tap


I envy people who die in their sleep.
What better way to slip out of this world?
There is no guarantee, of course, it will 
happen that way with me or you.
What harm in hoping?

Dying in one’s sleep is like outsmarting
death, which...Read More
Categories: supposedly, death,
Form: Light Verse
The Strange Truces of King Arthur
The Strange Truces of King Arthur
by Michael R. Burch

Artur took Cabal, his hound,
and Carwennan, his knife,
and his sword forged by Wayland
and Merlyn, his falcon,
and, saying goodbye to his sons and his wife,
he strode to the Table Rounde.

“Here is my spear,...Read More
Categories: supposedly, england, funny, giggle, hilarious, history, humor, myth,
Form: Sonnet
Jackal and Hyde Pride
Your passionate, unneeded pride...
Is hard to swallow, so I’m waiting for another tomorrow
Going along with the rowdy ride
Still feeling so low…but I must stay high, you know?

I want to glow bright and grow and not feel this hollow…
Break the mirror...Read More
Categories: supposedly, angst, emotions, endurance, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
January 17th, 2020, a moost memorable outing at Collegeville Diner
January 17th, 2020, a moost memorable outing at Collegeville Diner

A hardy acknowledgement yessiree
to the blessed sister Amelie worthy
of such beloved, devoted,
feted husband Rich truly
bestowed predicated upon
random chain of events

i.e., accidental, biological,
and genealogical happenstance prithee
applauding, apprising, and appraising key
kith and kin...Read More
Categories: supposedly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member The King And I
Through the PORTAL of historic enterprise,
Which by electronic means I NAVIGATE,
Since, like so many others, I PATRONISE
Search engines that are most accurate,
I hope to satisfy my FIXATION
With solidly TANGIBLE evidence
Of the INTRIGUE of that cruel elimination,
A deed historically immense,
The murder...Read More
Categories: supposedly, allusion, children, death, history, innocence, violence,
Form: Rhyme



eyes wide shut up
i must
apologize
for firstly my

eyes grew
older then
my body

i've seen
them go
from dark

military
rims all
during

the nineteen
sixties until
late seventies

when allowed
to pick out a
wire frame

then a two
year attempt
to wear or

i should write
put in contacts
but i lost contact

with the fact
that they
weren't

glasses
but back
to now i'm

wearing
glasses
though

supposedly
fashionable
they with age

are
now
bifoc

als...Read More
Categories: supposedly, muse,
Form: I do not know?
New Day
Have you ever come to the end of the day,
and can run the clock back play by play,
and can add it up that supposedly 
it was the day it was suppose to be,
but somehow it seems that no time has...Read More
Categories: supposedly, life,
Form: Rhyme
like apollo OR the shining
this being
closer to what
was supposedly
really said as
not a mankind
leap but a step
for a man
not man 
in general

for history
in a way they
say repeats it
self as i can be
heard breathing
heavily as i light
ly step out and off
of a plane for
my first time

on...Read More
Categories: supposedly, muse,
Form: I do not know?
The Ballad of Sweeney Todd
Benjamin Barker, alias Sweeney Todd.
Once an honest barber, at first he wasn't odd.
Accused of a crime he did not do.
Supposedly his wife did the Judge pursue.
Barker met M.s Lovett, she told him that his wife had died.
But in the end,...Read More
Categories: supposedly, dark, death, horror, murder,
Form: Narrative
My Dog and his Whereabouts

When my dog died, a neighbor lady,
very religious, approached to console me:
“So sorry to hear of your dog’s demise.
“He’s with the Lord,” she said, lifting her eyes
“and in a better place.”  Taken aback
I responded tactfully with no lack
of emphasis:...Read More
Categories: supposedly, animal, humor,
Form: Light Verse
pitching
i take direction
reckoning where
the wind might
wind up blowing
the alphabet that
i just threw
in the air

thinking like a tree
spreading supposedly
randomness but
knowing since
a sapling how
the pattern
will be

spelling
perhaps not
words in an
English tongue but
in some sense of
oak or
elm

i never rake
or throw away
but mulch for much
has...Read More
Categories: supposedly, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Paraskevidekatriaphobia logical as any other phobia right
Paraskevidekatriaphobia logical as any other phobia right?

Superstition(s) stubbornly linger
impossible to shrug off
(cue Atlas) courtesy pointer finger
regarding Friday the thirteenth bringer
o' ire rush ill luck cue fountainhead gargoyle
nsync with ominous grateful dead singer

uneasiness drilled into collective
conscience since time immemorial
equally puzzling me...Read More
Categories: supposedly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Humiliatus
Aren't we?
High class my ass
A veneer
That's all it is
Different thicknesses
Undercover libertines 
Counterfeit Charlatans
Not everyone, maybe
But the majority
All the worlds a stage
As you like it right
Not everyone, okay.
Yeah, altruism exists
In its anonymity
Even Mother T. supposedly had her hand in the till
Can...Read More
Categories: supposedly, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A question
“I was reading the dictionary. I thought it was a poem about everything.”
                           ...Read More
Categories: supposedly, religion, religious,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Solomon Servants Songbirds
Solomon’s secretive solemn sassy sensuous servants and songbirds
Solicited serious Somalian solutions simultaneously with South African,
Southeast Asian, South Dakota, and South America.  Squiffy, squirmy
Spiny specialized swordfish sent spiraling soon soared with sticky, 
Silly starfish wearing stiletto heels.  Surfboarders supposedly...Read More
Categories: supposedly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Alliteration
Shackled
Born without a Phallus

Arigbe,
the first and last child of his parents
named after the famous Arigbe leaf
a wild magical spice
only used by women who need to spice up their love lives
his father’s love for his mother lacked spice at the time...Read More
Categories: supposedly, angst, depression, love hurts, metaphor, poetry, poverty,
Form: Free verse
Beyond the Poetry
11/5/19
"Beyond the Poetry"

Grew up on country roads that were dusty
And bumpy
When I was a dummy
My life was crummy
Experienced it first hand, didn't just study
Life's a trip and at times rather funny
But it also got rather ugly and bloody
Days weren't always...Read More
Categories: supposedly, how i feel, planet, poetry, rap, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Only in me
Only in me, the choice I live by is the choice I dispise, only to be wise, a man in disguise. Only in me the destiny is in my power, only to construct, a reluctant, pictures of me, the power...Read More
Categories: supposedly, 4th grade, anxiety, bangla, butterfly, city, conflict,
Form: Ballad
Bird's nest soup
Rare Chinese foodstuff -
Swiftlets sleeping rough

09.10.19

* Edible bird's nests are bird nests created by swiftlets, Indian swiftlets, which are harvested for human consumption. They are particularly prized in Chinese culture due to their rarity, supposedly high nutritional value, and flavour....Read More
Categories: supposedly, bird, food, humor,
Form: Couplet
Mad
Mad they say I appear it 
the price of a free spirit
you won’t find me conforming
like Norman learning from Gordon before him 
with ordinary Audrey of course how they all be 
and Shirley who surely showed she the sheep need...Read More
Categories: supposedly, crazy,
Form: Rhyme