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Suspicions Poems

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Premium Member Pandemic dreams
Pandemic dreams..

A spreading of 
Pandemic uneasiness
And my dream projected
Familiar faces in 
Unfamiliar places and a
Dream insistence that 
This is not a dream..
At least..not this time..not
These circumstances..however
Then the waking shock that
This dream too..was a dream..
I had been fooled once more..

Suspicions...Read More
Categories: suspicions, dream, fantasy,
Form: Blank verse

Do you doubt me
Most don’t notice me
Just wispy smoke you can hardly see
But I am here patient and so clear
Seeking and being something for you to fear

And in the thousands of years I have been around 
There have been suspicions but I have...Read More
Categories: suspicions, evil,
Form: Ballad

What do we share and why do we share? Thoughts or actions I mean. They are sometimes very intimate , very embarrassing or they can just be an outlet for a confession to the right ear. In my world, I...Read More
Categories: suspicions, abuse, corruption, courage, evil,
Form: Free verse
Just below my imagination 
Slightly above my consciousness
 I dream and tangent followed by unsure tease 
Cleft between the sadness
Parallel virtue subconsciousness 
They dreams Enchanted is mine
Beyond the purple vision

Subdued Passions 
Subjected relations
Likely below my suspicions
My reality uncertainty leading...Read More
Categories: suspicions, adventure, allusion, analogy, environment, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Unexpected Saviors, Part III
“We do not know how we missed them,”
he said, his voice becoming said.
“Hundreds of them, some big, some small...
the heavens all seemed to go mad.

“Some struck hard into the oceans,
and tsunamis scoured the coasts,
the ones hitting land threw up dust,
and...Read More
Categories: suspicions, computer, future, humanity, sad, science fiction, time,
Form: Epic

Mrs Grundy and the Butcher
Ted Cogger is our local butcher and he’s been here seven years;
full forward for the footy team and drinks a nightly seven beers.
He played one season for the cricket club, but he was just a slugger,
and Ted’s become a mate...Read More
Categories: suspicions, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Norma Jean and Marilyn
Norma Jean and Marilyn

Norma Jean Baker, Marilyn Monroe
A beautiful actress, a woman of woe
Just couldn’t handle all her ills
Loved the champagne mixed with pills

Blond bombshell Marilyn Monroe
Married Miller and DiMaggio
Aroused suspicions
with certain politicians
Soon found dead in her bungalow

Born Norma Jean...Read More
Categories: suspicions, art, history,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Just Be Yourself
She wanted to fit in, so she wore dreadlocks.
They looked silly on her.
People shunned her.

She tried shaving her head.
They brought cards and money, thinking she had cancer.
Went away angry when they learned she did not.

“Why don’t you try being yourself?”...Read More
Categories: suspicions, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, confidence,
Form: Narrative
Till death do us apart
Till death do us apart 
There will be trials
Tight situations
Tight decisions 
To make
To take
I will love you still 
This love I'll still feel
I will fight for you and kill
This I tell you it's no deal
In sickness
and in health
In...Read More
Categories: suspicions, true love,
Form: Rhyme
Grasping At Thin Air

You say you’ve always tried 
to reach out to me,
even to the outer limits of your patience — 
That lofty trust atmosphere

But, just how far
did you try to reach within
the deep, shadow spaces of your heart
And grab a shovel hold...Read More
Categories: suspicions, allusion, heartbroken, imagery, sad love,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Invisible Path
The day that you eliminate 
The Invincible past
Is the same one that you illuminate 
The invisible path
I don't put any Credence,
In the statistical chance
A difficult task
May or may not be completed
You can measure a man 
By the mental hurdles
Stuck in...Read More
Categories: suspicions, crazy, education, heart, how i feel, strength,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member but then again it could be prose

and thus free verse runs amok as prose with line breaks that must be just supposed to make a turn – or not – get caught in rhythmic flow or rambling thought.  But then again it’s all the same...Read More
Categories: suspicions, confusion, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Texts Were Horrible
The texts were horrible, vile, and mean.
They were from the kind of person none of us had ever seen.
They were graphic, and horrible, a picture came that was crude.
We all could guess who sent photos of themselves in the nude.
...Read More
Categories: suspicions, anti bullying, bullying, forgiveness, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cheezy

What's the official cheese used in the moon construction
Cheddar, ementhaller, gruyere, gambazola, edam or stilton
Okay, sorry times up
Twasn't real cheese but
If you get close, the smell could confirm your suspicions

...Read More
Categories: suspicions, moon,
Form: Limerick

Digging up buried bones of the past,
formaldehyde memories ... crypt debris
Re-examining works long dead,
suspicions placed once again
under the microscope

Detect an exhumed lie,
skeletal remains 
of a premature buried alibi

Neurotic twisted logic 
Myelin tears fill the missing synapse link
of a soil carpet...Read More
Categories: suspicions, allusion, longing, truth, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trying Something New
They had no way to know, lest she put on a show.
Used an assumed name to check in, a seedy motel, run by my cousin, Big Finn.
He barely looked up but saw the tired, and the shaking of her hands.
Glanced...Read More
Categories: suspicions, identity, trust,
Form: Rhyme

I had a great breakfast gave a nice tip to the girl
I was late, had to swerve to avoid hitting a squirrel
I was really lucky when I crossed the yellow line
A semi was coming, head on,...Read More
Categories: suspicions, allegory, allusion, death, destiny, journey, voyage,
Form: Rhyme
Smiling in Infamy
Smiling in Infamy

NAJIB Razak might be jailed up to 125 years and fined a total of RM210 million if found guilty of corruption in relation to a former 1MDB unit
Nothing can be more refreshing....
Than rereading an old news so profound...Read More
Categories: suspicions, betrayal, community, memory,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Indoctrinate Me If You Dare
Indoctrinate me if you dare.
Take my brain, all of my ideas, and stomp them to bits, prove they are wrong.
Take your time, and bash them about, mercilessly and in an angry way.
Coax me out of my comfort zone, shake me...Read More
Categories: suspicions, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Kept in the dark
    I am MacDougal's parrot, he taught me how to speak,
    Whenever i repeat an obscene word, he chides, excuse your beak.
    It happens when folk ask him, if i'm his...Read More
Categories: suspicions, friendship, spoken word,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Self Terror
Terrorized by self
Out of control thoughts
Angry suspicions
Worked into frenzy

No evidence
Only feelings
Terrorized by
Silent stalker

Text message
Evil mind


...Read More
Categories: suspicions, fear, self,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Premium Member Wishing For Another Wish
Word Lyric #5 for Music
“Wishing for Another Wish”

Been wishing for the end of succumbing spring,
Now counting the days to begin a summer fling,
Wishing for a new start as time rounds the bend,
I have red roses and white wine packed to...Read More
Categories: suspicions, true love,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Cheezy

What was the official cheese used in the moon construction
Cheddar, ementhaller, gruyere, gambazola, edam or stilton
Okay, sorry times up
Twasn't real cheese but
If you've ever been close, you'd surely had your suspicions

...Read More
Categories: suspicions, silly,
Form: Limerick
No more heart sadness
I know it sounds a little sappy
But since meeting you I'm happy
Every days a dream come true
I used to be lonely and blue
Crying from the sadness of
Never finding a true love
I could wrap my arms around
In my past I'd only...Read More
Categories: suspicions, feelings, happiness, heartbroken, love, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premature Ex

An old Ethiopian veteran of the love wars 
once told a newlywed Kenyan kid:
If you want the infant marriage to survive,
make it to the golden years Mt. Kilimanjaro side
You gotta keep the giraffe standing up,
when the ecstasy mountain air gets...Read More
Categories: suspicions, allegory, marriage, philosophy, truth,
Form: Burlesque