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Suppurating Poems

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story of Moses part 4
Moses walked into the palace and commanded Rameses to let God’s people go.
But Rameses stood their shaking his head telling Moses no.
For every minute and every hour the Hebrew children were forced to build pyramids and towers.
For Rameses was a...Read More
Categories: suppurating, bible,
Form: Narrative

Why part two
nor any greed
from one suppurating marriage
 this guy wants to be freed
with no malice this cheap tricking
   super tramping wordsmith
 of inxs ac of dc charged cheap tricks
 sans done dirty deed.

This impersonator qua sometime bard of yore
admits...Read More
Categories: suppurating, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Heavy Hope
When the sun shines from behind a fool’s eclipse
It is known that something greater lingers
The residing world has no time to fix
Conniving, destructive and fearful fingers

Anarchy swoops, tearing down the overlords
What is left is nothing more than a blunder
Indignant upheaval...Read More
Categories: suppurating, corruption, death, depression, hope, humanity, war,
Form: Sonnet
When Humanity Cries
When Humanity Cries

Message in my angry pen
Peeps yearning for release
To scrawl on white walls
Venom from a ‘ball’ sting,

  Bane in an irate pen
  From a daring ken.

I yearn to hug The Hague
With stumps for hands
Which were both chopped
By...Read More
Categories: suppurating,
Form: Verse
The Poor Wretch
Sluggish suppurating symbol of disgust,
Dragged wailing into a reproachful life
Child of wrath and sloth and lust
All she will ever know is

Curdled flesh clings to a brittle scaffold
Pebbled orbs recline in sunken hollows
Starving slavering mouth unfolds
Engulfs the world and then it...Read More
Categories: suppurating, angst, sad
Form: Free verse

In my corner of this garden, where I am eating fruit
The taste wanders through the buds, that are my tongue
Sings tongues
In chorus harm-on-y
Asif, pandering
To a woven pattern
Of potted streams
The fullll holeness
Of the whole of earths sweet garden
Arcs through my...Read More
Categories: suppurating, faith, inspirational, wedding, me,
Form: Free verse