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Swiped Poems

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I'll Wait
I have to be honest with you
I've  been feeling you ever since I've laid my eyes upon your lovely smile. 
Can of shy to make my approach
So I've decided that I'll wait.
Because I know one day that opportunity would...Read More
Categories: swiped, love,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member Beauty


Beauty exists in spite of the news
Majority of us are still hard-working dudes
The current scum at the top
Will be swiped with a mop
Wiped clean until finally we uproot




...Read More
Categories: swiped, beauty,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member It Was Me It Was You
Had to pick up the pieces
To mend a broken heart
So I put myself out there
Made a brand new start
Downloaded the app
Filled out my bio
Then selected "submit"
Said "here we go..."

(Chorus)
It was me it was you
It was all of the above
The future...Read More
Categories: swiped, future, love, marriage, romance,
Form: Lyric
Renew
Monet had his garden to paint,
Water lilies and a bridge so quaint

So many times he swiped his brush,
To capture the flowers and mistle thrush

Soothing pastels and budded greens,
So content, each day for him seemed

 Never tiring of his view,
Suggests it...Read More
Categories: swiped, hope, imagery, introspection, uplifting,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Randy Stole My Candy
I can’t stand my brother Randy, 
stole all my Halloween candy!
He said, “it’s all fine and dandy."
Guess I’ll just get more from Sandy!
I can’t even tell mom and dad, 
they could blame me for being bad!

Why would he play a...Read More
Categories: swiped, halloween,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member So Many Dragons Come And Go
I’ve gone through several dragons; 
each one had to leave.
They’d discovered gifts and talents, 
to make their lives complete.

Musicians, sculptors, chefs and more; 
have trained within my home.
Once offered the chance to go, “Pro”; 
they went right out the door.

And...Read More
Categories: swiped, animal, fantasy, fun, poems, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Town Children


Town children chat on cell phones
under the allusion of instant fame and knowledge,
and yet, have never seen a starry sky,
fireflies flickering, pheasants in flight,
or a cocky rooster strut.
(Their minds catering exclusively 
to social media's insatiable appetite.)

Town children have no concept...Read More
Categories: swiped, 10th grade, allusion, community, culture, for teens,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Simple Game of Cat-and-Mouse
A cat crept out of hiding
   To ambush was she gliding
Toward a mouse, unaware
   Whose time he was a-biding

The tiny mouse did sniff the air
   His nostrils poking here and there
Pricked his head up...Read More
Categories: swiped, cat, games, marriage,
Form: Light Verse
EXCITED ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES
THEY TRIED TO INCREASE THE LEVEL OF PRODUCTIVITY
THEY WANTED TO OUT PERFORM EACH NEW WAY OF DOING
THINGS
THEY SOUGHT REMEDY USING MACHINES, ROBOTS, HOVERCRAFTS
AND EVEN A TRACTOR THAT CARRIED A STAGE.
THE MAN WAS MADDENED BY HIS FAILURE TO DO
THE WORKS ...Read More
Categories: swiped, business, creation, farm, food, guitar, jobs, leadership,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Santa Breaks The Union
*This was written as a novelty Christmas song, so feel free to sing along.

Santa Claus is trying to break our Union
    but we won't go down without a fight.
So we've called a meeting of our brothers
 ...Read More
Categories: swiped, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme



Runaway Wagon
Writing is like a runaway wagon...
I start with a destination in mind,
suddenly, thoughts topside take charge.
As my piece is posted, I withdraw the reins.
What I wrote is misinterpreted at will
by a reader who takes off on his own.
And the upshot...Read More
Categories: swiped, inspiration, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dead Fentanyl Cat
Dead little cat
In the middle lane of Washington Street
Skittish on its four paws like prints left in flour
Playful alive just an hour ago.

A man clumped to the curb is pinching his chubby chin
Between his thumb and index finger like a...Read More
Categories: swiped, addiction, betrayal, cat, city, conflict, confusion, drug,
Form: Free verse
A Thoroughly Modern Monster
A Thoroughly Modern Monster

It’s hard to be a monster
Living in a modern world.
I’ve only got claws, not fingers,
And can’t even unlock my phone…

An Apple is no longer something to munch
And Orange turned into Everything Everywhere.
I now can’t eat runners for...Read More
Categories: swiped, fun, nonsense, silly,
Form: Verse
Blessed Anonymity Of Cyberspace
Ordinarily, a discriminatory
guardedness factors large what I air
in close confidential quarters
within therapist office bare
ring pocked marked soul
of this feigned cheer
full contemplative, introspective,

and ruminative despair
ring fellow, whose unfettered
stream of consciousness
(oxbow lakes included) doth endear
me, asper when posting private
psychological scars fair
lee calloused...Read More
Categories: swiped, anti bullying, community, life, longing, meaningful, self,
Form: Free verse
The Son of Tyrants, Part II
Reporters swarmed, the rabid jackals,
around my house they made a big crowd,
even harassed my poor old mother
to the point she could barely go out.

I growled loud at more than a few,
got one locked up for trespassing,
thankfully they found other nonsense
and...Read More
Categories: swiped, america, change, dark, family, hope, society, truth,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Last Salute to a President

Not party, but character defines a president
     popularity fades quickly
          achievements reign longer

Presidents Eisenhower to Reagan
     succession of seven World War II veterans
...Read More
Categories: swiped, appreciation, grief, leadership, military, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Save The Walnut: Inspired by The Overstory
There’s not a sound
In the woods
But for the lone, heavy
Thump
Of a walnut
Shed
From its tree
To the ground,
Re-affirming
That the Earth
Is not hollow.

I’m startled by the thud, so thick, so full
It could be a bull
Stomping its hoof into a dry field,

But, the Earthy...Read More
Categories: swiped, environment, judgement, myth, nature, peace, science, tree,
Form: Free verse
A Paused Game
A PAUSED GAME

It was a rainy evening of May,
We were tired of sitting and,
Gazing at the downpour.
Through the gaps of my fingers,
The roaring thunder did crawl in.
Tear stained window panes,
Waved wide in the winds.
At out the windows far,
Lay our ground...Read More
Categories: swiped, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Tiger in his Tank
Wrote this when a friend told me a story about going to see some kittens and falling in love with the nasty runt who had been hidden in a cupboard

With runny eyes and patchy fur, resemblant of a skunk
Not much...Read More
Categories: swiped, cat,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SWIPED HER HEART


She was blessed with one baby
Truly best part of her life
Shared custody with her ex

Simply took her breath away
He was growing up so fast
Little darling with big heart

Dad’s unsafe tires and black ice
Was all it took to return
Her lil’ angel...Read More
Categories: swiped, angel, death, father, heartbroken, lost love, mother
Form: Verse
Her name is life 2
I have been walking and walking 
All I see is poverty, desperation
Good folks selling their souls,
To put food on the table
While the notorious bunch
Contemplate in round tables,
Making sure the world is hell and heaven
The dirty modernization,
Swiped by demons that they...Read More
Categories: swiped, life,
Form: Lyric
An Unrepentant Spitball Marksman
the upshot constituted a figurative straw
     that broke the virtual camels back
where yours truly fingered as scape goat,
     who meekly, passively, and subserviently
     felt the stinging crack
of wooden,...Read More
Categories: swiped, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Like a smiling tree
Down the street I found a smiling tree singing
The rhythm was so pleasant
That I had to climb up
To gain more music from its branches Enjoying blues of flowering mind
A bird singing from Unknown branch
Its voice was ringing to my heart
Takes...Read More
Categories: swiped, absence,
Form: Lyric
The Jig Is Up
A jobless Jack, the jerk dances a jig,
He juggles, smuggles jewels in backpacks,
in jigsaw puzzles and jowls from a pig.
Jawbreakers, jump ropes, jelly rolls and crack
jerked and jacked from joints on his pickup route.
Junk jingles and jangles, snuggling in sacks
amid...Read More
Categories: swiped, 12th grade, drug, jobs, judgement,
Form: Alliteration
Tinder
Tinder :

Wedding Rings :

As I swiped right,
At the heart of new love.
At the new age escape,
For finding one another.

I read new stories,
Repeated many times before.
I read of many interests,
Common to all other.

In their sense of uniqueness,
I found a deep sense...Read More
Categories: swiped, cinderella, cute love, destiny, engagement, happiness, soulmate,
Form: Free verse