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Swellings Poems

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      I experience sudden keen sensation on dermis 
       with tiny swellings erecting skin hairs momentarily 
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Categories: swellings, 4th grade, body, sick,
Form: Free verse



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Heed then the touch of certainty
That mellows in uncertainty


There is a strange reason why change
Fabricates an odd feeling strange


Embrace the conflict that confronts
As soul and mind and heart bear brunt


Seek to run away from harsh pain
That raptures swellings in your...Read More
Categories: swellings, change,
Form: Couplet
Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 31
The Dragon, serpentine, jagged, fuming
Curved neck twisted my way,
His scales shimmering and reflecting the bottom depths of the well,
Scrutinized me with fires of his personal hells
Burning into my cool, oceanic repose
He could see the universe in my pupils
The chaos of...Read More
Categories: swellings, adventure, change, dark, destiny, inspirational, war, water,
Form: Epic
FAIRYLAND VISION
It is surreal to me.
Corridors of dazzling colours.
Sonerous gurgling from hidden streams.
I must be in a gorgeous dream.
Murmurous whisperings of fairies.
In arcane little dwellings.
Or are they in the bulbous swellings
of unopen water lilies?
Far off I spy two beautiful fillies.
Until I...Read More
Categories: swellings, beautiful, dream, fairy,
Form: Verse
question mark existence
walking the floor
regular pastime
not about you
more about me

tweezers and splinters
droplets of blood as blues
not about us
more about life

accidental klutz
lumps and swellings 
not about happenings
more about hurting

dynamic stone teardrops
cubic zirconium crockery
not about pain
more about truth 
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Categories: swellings, confusion, identity, life,
Form: Free verse



The Peaceful Solitude of Nature
The silver skies of early dawn arrive
And sparkle morning leaves with dewy mist.
When silence greets the morning fair, I thrive.
Majestic woodlands bloom, by Heaven kissed.
All nature sings; my soul wakes up, alive. 
Each breath of air becomes my morning bliss.
With...Read More
Categories: swellings, god, nature, peace,
Form: Ottava rima
Magwinya Woman
She wakes up before dawn. Mounts 
her cardbox cubicle on the pavement
at a street corner. It is chilly and windy.

Without delay she pours cooking oil 
into the aluminum container perched 
on a three-legged stand under which
there are popping flames of...Read More
Categories: swellings, family, parody, satire,
Form: Narrative
Thank you mommy for keeping my safe while you could
Thank you mommy for keeping me safe while you could
But I couldn’t stay in there forever even though you preferred that I would
You knew I was sick even before I was born
You told me you were scared and at night...Read More
Categories: swellings, family, day, mom, god, me, prayer, day,
Form: Rhyme
I'll never forget the black death
I’ll never forget the Black Death.
It came from a germ which, lived on that fleas. 
Each second passes through everyone’s breath.
The fleas! The fleas!  
As the rats begin to die, the fleas begin to feed on humans
Everyone’s blood is,...Read More
Categories: swellings, death, history, death, people, death, people,
Form: Free verse
ASH POEM
I could not take it, the fear.
Transient flesh
vibrant in a sunken ship.

On a coral island
deconstruction of a fallen window.
Jumping on million skins.

The level of violence was rising.
Rebuttal will not convey
the truth, the reality.

A thin line of lips
skates on the ice...Read More
Categories: swellings, art
Form: I do not know?



The Suspended Mountain
He who makes understands the scheme well,
The working riddles and amazing mysteries,
But the observers become stunned, tongue-tied,
On finding all rules of wisdom suspended.

Wanderlust led me to the ground of wonder,
Where placed I was a slight afar,
Out of the simple scattered...Read More
Categories: swellings, faith, fantasy, mystery, space, me, me,
Form: Narrative
All On A Sunday
You free me
with this jettison wake
on the back of the boat
while the motor is brooding
too loud to engage in the tannic specifics
or to single the brunt of our salt conversation
Cormorants wish us the best on our journey
on markers to channels...Read More
Categories: swellings, adventure, happiness, life, nature, people, places, time,
Form: Free verse