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Premium Member Unrecognized Parts of Myself
sage thoughts
deep within
stirring up dendrites
many personalities
so why does my mind keep facets from myself?
how can there be parts of me I do not recognize?

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Categories: perspective,
Form: Suzette Prime

Premium Member Living Inner Truth
and loving
living inner truth
compassion for all mankind
every road leading to heaven….

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Categories: spiritual,
Form: Suzette Prime
Scented Leaves
in a conspiratorial whispering 
the scented leaves of the lemon verbena 
compete with the first of the summer roses 
as the remainder of the garden had succumbed to the russet hues 
inevitable miasma of dusty decay 
the colophon of autumn*...Read More
Categories: allegory, analogy, life, nature, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
Let's face it - sin is skin deep
what others think shouldn’t matter
or what others might just think of as a sin 
latter-day Thespis 
with blackface 
at costume party
being vilified
abstruse motives fuelling racial hatred 
at least the actor Ira Aldridge as the Moor, Othello, was authentic 
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Categories: philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
chess cheaters---B
Sight, feignedly fixed on chess board;
Mind, slinking toward smart phone
---the Sacrosanct Savior that just has to be enshrined in the toilette---
urging new hot tips to hop out and help out.

Each toilette patronage pays back an omnipotent panopticon 
through which to...Read More
Categories: games, sports,
Form: Suzette Prime

oh, for to be lost in a nature reserve 
surrounded by the sounds of living creatures 
experiencing life to every limit 
you are still the music while the music lasts* 

driven by the will to live
this will can never be...Read More
Categories: death, life, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
Pandora and the Titans
the fire
stolen from the gods 
by Prometheus
it was mankind’s first encounter with progress
its own golden age
no worries
no disease and people lived eternal lives

molded from the earth on instruction from Zeus
was no virago 
like a Troyon horse
she was gifted to...Read More
Categories: mythology,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Throw Away Child
child lost
family throw away
has burned all of her chances
Logical these people will hate her also

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, abuse,
Form: Suzette Prime
What 'is Name
as with 
"a messenger from afar arriving first"
your arrival in my sphere of acquaintances was brought to my attention 
with bated breath, I counted the days when your orbit would reach the perigee 
people were speculating where you hailed from...Read More
Categories: philosophy, planet, simile, universe,
Form: Suzette Prime
My Life
like a badly executed billboard has 
letters trailing off 
and they ran down the far edge
so my life 
however much I have tried to plan for it
has run out of space

NB: This is an example of...Read More
Categories: life, simile,
Form: Suzette Prime
the clatter of daily life 
rings like a Claxton 
summonsing us to action 
for fruitless activity 

hoarding of useless assets 
for the eventualities in our lives 
which would never come to pass 

gasping for breath like a climber who summits
by...Read More
Categories: introspection, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
A Soulmate
a soulmate 
is such an absurdity 
that Coleridge 
would also 
have likened 
it to 
a Surinam Toad crawling on with a wartery of toadlets on its back
at every fresh step
a fresh

The quote is from The Essays of Method, by Samuel...Read More
Categories: simile, soulmate,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member of Rome it is said
of Babylon it's written
of Rome it is said
of Athen's glory it's recounted
of Egypt's pharaohs long dead
   Anaheim's alive
   Dallas, dynamic
   Phoenix is rising
   Portland is panoramic
we pay homage to what was; overlook...Read More
Categories: history, irony, remember, today,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member No trace remaining
vanished in thin air
in seconds
no trace remaining
of passion's fiery kisses
   enchanted evenings
   everlasting nights
swift plunged into the icy abyss
where memories brittle crack --
winters of discontent in jealousy sown
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Categories: jealousy, love, winter,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Off to War
Off to war he speeds, jolly
his generation's big chance
to defeat the evil enemy
   to destroy
   his cities
   his farmlands
      to take prisoners
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Categories: military, patriotic, war,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member They Stole Her Child

at the age of five
I'm yanked from my mother's arms
desperately clinging on 
but she can't protect me from
these men
who use force
to separate us 
without pity or mercy
dragging me away
as they barred her way
cramming me into a van
with other children
calling for...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, angst, anxiety, emotions, feelings, heartbroken,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Any Ideas of Their Own
identical too
twins you say? Well sure they are…
Do they have any ideas of their own?
The outside rarely reflects the person within; we are each  our own person,
even a twin.
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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Suzette Prime
Aging Gracefully
I must do everything a bit slower nowadays
getting up
drinking my coffee
taking the dog for his morning walk in the town park

deciding which breakfast role I fancy from the delicatessen
no one is hurrying me along to choose
no deadlines to meet
no meetings...Read More
Categories: age, old, retirement,
Form: Suzette Prime
Genuinely gracious
Through Christ’s ransom for my soul
Setting me free from sin's wages assuredly
Condemned not I to suffer eternal punishment.

Now acquitted to live by God’s wondrous grace
Forgiven* victoriously
Indeed heaven-bound
To serve Him
I should.
Cognizant of my divinely paid freedom, I lead others to...Read More
Categories: blessing, christian, faith, freedom, god, jesus, spiritual,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Open Hearts
love fest
welcome here
our community
open hearts and open palms
expressing and receiving other’s feelings

Universality will be possible only when we focus
on human qualities that unite us. Respect, politeness,
cooperation, friendship, inclusion, teamwork. This stems
from the ability to listen to, and most importantly hear
other’s...Read More
Categories: inspirational, love, peace, philosophy, uplifting,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Mark My Words

I could close my eyes
and pretend
alternative facts exist
but I won't
perhaps I am too old or set in my ways
to comprehend the nonsensical ecobabble
that denigrates global warming as a hoax  
a political millstone
liberals hung around the necks of gullible fools
designed...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, america, anxiety, image, imagery, nature,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member In Cat Lake Reservation, Canada
I read on the news
about first nation
people getting sick
because of fungus
growing in decaying homes
babies have body rashes
all people are effected by this black mould
children have red inflamed skin,
the government is listening at long last
repairing mould ridden homes
or building new homes...Read More
Categories: life,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Your Welcome
A strange thing called fire
The improbable wheel
  Drawings tools weapons

Agriculture was revolutionary
  Letters and numbers were radical

Motor Cars
Movies and TV
Air Travel
Nuclear Power
Moon Missions
All once fiercely resisted

Ready now welcome your robot replacement
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Categories: anxiety, change, conflict, technology,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Into its mocking belly
the wind
breathes harshly
against my tired face

it tells me I'm finished but I keep going
on -- plodding, plodding 
onward into its mocking belly

if you're not moving forward in life
you're moving backward...Read More
Categories: motivation, wind,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member We're Suppose To Care

invisible in plain sight
humanity's throwaways live on the street
begging a living
how absurd that sounds
in a city of plenty
we are humanity we're supposed to care
yet we never have 
enough stuff to share
it's time for us to accept
we are our brother's keeper

(Suzette...Read More
Categories: 12th grade, angst, caregiving, depression, faith, how
Form: Suzette Prime