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Premium Member Capital Lover
Companion?
not yet

Girlfriend?
no 
(nondescript and tired)

Sweetheart?
the heart is deeper than that
it’s not coated in Honey
the word doesn’t do you justice 

Beloved?
ah to be loved
a misconstrued formation -yes
the creation of words is vital

Darling
hold me in your grasp
in the
Dearest
of all embraces 
a touch...Read More
Categories: swain, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Bridge to You
Shoved adrift by miffed withdrawn
Some love, one swiftly rowing
Unreal, another wave to shore
To cycle all self-centered apathy
Pillared to a post at most a smile beckons
Lukewarm puke no substitute

See the captain of my soul?
To honor every breath
One swain allured by slightest...Read More
Categories: swain, soulmate,
Form: Free verse
Remember me poets
Remember me poets even though i walk through that land that has been forbidden, 
and i walk in that lonely path
our name should never be forgotten, 
because in everything we take our part.

remember this pen in my hand, 
the pen...Read More
Categories: swain, poets, religious, remember,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Inspirational Line
D-ivine
I-nspirational
L-ine
L-ets
I-ts
P-oetic

S-ublimity
W-ithstand
A-ll
I-mproper
N-otes

Topic: Birthday of poet Dillip K. Swain (August 14) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: swain, birthday, poets,
Form: Acrostic
From, to the Swain
Lest this not the promise thou made foretime
Test to unfold canon in truant chime
Theft or beset, unbound by dud bond grime
Left me fooled; unjust en route very time.

‘Tis bitter how witless may comfort dolt,
Percase if fate could unwritten than bolt
Peradventure...Read More
Categories: swain, anger, change, destiny, love, metaphor,
Form: Sonnet



Lost in the Vastness of Love's Thunder
Love became clear in the shadow of a moment
The fear of emptiness vanished in the darkness of my sanity
In the element of my life that which was vanity was stripped 
And lost in the vastness of love's thunder
In the silence...Read More
Categories: swain, love,
Form: Romanticism
Smitten
Met me a nymph as I laid by a lake
Spoke her to me, earth, did I quake!
Trail of stardust in her noble wake
Fell on me some of her fairy flake
Hers the magic, my heart the stake

Oh, sweet affliction! My darling...Read More
Categories: swain, romance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Little Things
In novels, love is the obstacle overturned by the ardent swain
In song, love is a grandiose solo in melodic chains
In poetry, love is fervent rhyme in syncopated refrain
In movies, love is a monologue in the rain
In real life, love is...Read More
Categories: swain, caregiving, husband, pain, sick,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Rites of Spring
A named Mercury plies the air
above his fountain
in the Phipps Conservatory.

Children wet their fingers
in the receiving pool
and stare
up at possibilities
that may enable them
someday
to match the blossoming
in the Amazonian Room.

Co-eds with athletic boys,
muscular Pitts and tall Duquesnes,
meander through 
the scented aisles,
enlisting...Read More
Categories: swain, assonance, celebration, flower, love, mythology, spring,
Form: Rhyme
Yours Me
Amidst the amazing aroma of the angelic sticks
Cheering along the chants of charismatic priests
Promising on the petals of pearly purity 
You said, "I LOVE YOU" 

During the dreadful dreams of dying waves
Glancing through the glass of dry gloomy grass
Lifting me...Read More
Categories: swain, love,
Form: Rhyme



Blake's Mistake
“Don’t tell your love,” the sage advised,
“Or you will never get her.”
“Well said!” the swain soliloquized,
“But silence works no better.”

(With apologies to William Blake, author of the poem, “Love’s Secret.”)...Read More
Categories: swain, funny love,
Form: Light Verse
Obscure Words
As  I woke up from the slumber,
found your visage crawling down the lumber.
I go through my journey to the anomalous world,
And just recall the faded memories with you I earned.
Fragments yet fragmented into pieces,
As the way departs for the...Read More
Categories: swain, 10th grade, absence, desire, for teens, loss,
Form: Blank verse
I'm one, I'm two
i am one, i am two; 
i can do what you can do. 
i am three, i am four, 
i kow what it means to fall in love. 

i can dance, i can sing, 
i can beat hell out you...Read More
Categories: swain, first love,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Shakespeare's Name Blame Game
A Capulet named Juliette
Exclaimed to her ardent beau,
"You're not to blame Montagu's your name.
By its nature, a rose's aroma is sweet,
Though in nomenclature it be not so neat,
But, wherefore art thou Romeo?
Why can't you be John, or Frank, or Ben,
Gregory,...Read More
Categories: swain, for her, for him, sad love,
Form: Light Verse
A Most Violent Reaction
Soon after nibbling pumpkin pie,
     I felt terribly amiss,
where death be not proud
     did scythe lance me
     never came to bring
     bliss, well nigh,
thus...Read More
Categories: swain, 10th grade, 12th grade, 7th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse
21 Maxim from Maxim Maxim Ebook By Sajal Ahmed
? Miss ?
While drinking coffee alone,
feel lover on the next chair.
Or in an afternoon alone,
looking at the sky.




		? Love ?
Crying through a flock of birds and spreading personal memories. Or miss someone's hand while walking alone.




?Focult ?
I am painful, sadistic...Read More
Categories: swain, abuse, books, crazy, girlfriend,
Form: Light Verse
Love Lines
D-oing 
I-nspiring 
L-ove 
L-ines 
I-s 
P-oetic 

Topic: Poet (Dillip K. Swain) 
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...Read More
Categories: swain, poets,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Social Trance
Along the stretch of an alley etched in cracked cobblestone,
Walks a conquered weary swain besides his penumbral casted clone.

Onwards he treads towards the recycled mill of a matted ride,
As calcitrated gravel pebbles are tumbled by his stride.  

Beneath his...Read More
Categories: swain, earth, social, society,
Form: Couplet
Vita Nell' Harem
Admiring the finest gleaming gems of femininity
I feel it in my polygamous heart
Let thy lovers bath in the finest lather and salts
Cleanse your minds to be at peace
Like the finest roses that no longer sigh
A stricken swain by voluptuous beauty...Read More
Categories: swain, fantasy, love, lust,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wonderful tonight - Eric Clapton tribute
Layla, you look so wonderful tonight.
Beautiful eyes like diamonds made from rain.
After midnight lets dance in the moonlight.
I'm your forever man, king of the swain.

Beautiful eyes like diamonds made from rain.
Before you accuse me, I had to look.
I'm your forever...Read More
Categories: swain, love, romance, romantic,
Form: Pantoum
In days of old
In days of old a lady's heart was won
With chivalry and deeds of derring-do.
If swain proved false, she'd bid the knave be gone,
Adjust her cap and look for someone new.
By age fifteen a maid was in her prime,
Her window for...Read More
Categories: swain, humor,
Form: Sonnet
The Silence of Tomorrow
Love became clear in the shadow of a moment
The fear of emptiness vanished in the darkness of my sanity
In the element of my life that which was vanity was stripped 
And lost in the vastness of fulfilled love
In the silence...Read More
Categories: swain, love,
Form: Light Verse
Jenny Bakes

Jenny bakes white cakes.
Every night about seven missy makes
those angel foods tasty right
Great sweet treat goody sight
These drive shop’s daily sales
Other close store often fails

Jerry likes maid’s sweet wares
Swain often gives close stare
notes clean glass cases 
Cream puffs, fruit tarts...Read More
Categories: swain, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
When once a lovelorn callow swain
When once a lovelorn callow swain,
Heartbroken by a maid's rebuff 
Sought balsam for his heart's deep pain, 
Of female wiles had had enough, 
Grave listener at the local pub,
Sat Tom inured to pangs of love, 
Who spoke as lion to...Read More
Categories: swain, lost love,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member My Inner Fire





This passion that within me lies
Was set ablaze by her eyes.

Upon such beauty did I look,
My lovestruck heart, a leap it took.

Truly caught in love's sweet game,
I follow, as some smitten swain.

For what else is a man to do,
When cupid...Read More
Categories: swain, love, lust, passion,
Form: Couplet