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Swamplands Poems

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Premium Member Green Sahara
The Great Sahara desert as large as the continental United States
a deadly vast searing wasteland of sand dunes mountain high
The expansive buckle of the world's desert belt void of color
dotted by scarce oases of what once was.

Twenty thousand years ago...Read More
Categories: swamplands, poems,
Form: Free verse



Reminisce
Reminisce 

Oh, to go back to the Woodlands.
To the woods that I love so.
That sheltered my first great sorrow.
In that shadowy long ago.

Oh, to go back to the swamplands,
Where the gentle breezes blow.
And the dark waters hide the catfish;
In a...Read More
Categories: swamplands, beautiful, beauty, bible, faith, god, prayer, remember,
Form: Rhyme
aroha nz
this is my song,
  my love song of you,
    my land, my heart

             love for green ferns
       ...Read More
Categories: swamplands, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE MEDICINE MAN
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Categories: swamplands, childhood, family, life, native american, uplifting, me,
Form: Quatrain
Everglades- a sentu
everglades 
the slicing sawgrass sways
paradise to the "gladesmen"
the caterwaul of a panther
swamplands
 
...Read More
Categories: swamplands, adventure, nature, places, sea, seasons
Form: Free verse



The mad masquerade
The mad masquerade is a vile and venomous and villianous thing
Masks in front hide bad beasts within...while wearing their smiles and their innocent 
grins
Thoughts and ideas turn into iniquity and sin
Held together with needles and pins...their false facades start to...Read More
Categories: swamplands, faith
Form: Rhyme
Disengaged Reality
Reminiscing of past and present
Wadding through the swamplands
Hiding from the ominous intruder
Decieving the manic attempts

Partly relying on the defenseless
While still behind the strong
Standing tall beyond the enemy's grasp
Watching detailed movements

Yeah, though I walk swiftly
Amoung a violent crowd
Carrying torches and pitchforks
I'm...Read More
Categories: swamplands, death, sad, visionary, me, body, me,
Form: Free verse