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Syndicates Poems

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Premium Member GREEDY POACHING
GREEDY POACHING

Rhino poachers often hunt at night
When the Rhino has poor eye sight.
These prehistoric creatures
Cannot distinguish human features.
But with a well-developed sense of smell
Fortunately they can always tell
When danger or a poacher is close,
Thanks to their sensitive nose.
Every horn that...Read More
Categories: syndicates, animal,
Form: Rhyme



The vampire suck the blood
                              
Families that cemented with malicious think tanks, kindling acid ruin...Read More
Categories: syndicates, discrimination, hate, lost,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Shy Julie - Part 1
 
Shy Julie - A Punters Nightmare Part 1

They fancied themselves "Gurus of racing", this Ron and his best mate John
So they sat down one day in an easy relaxed way
And mused on the pros and the cons
Of punting and...Read More
Categories: syndicates, anxiety, for him, giggle, poems,
Form: Narrative
Human Organs Anyone
Human Organs Anyone

Early this morning, there was this dire warning over social media...
Of a van apprehended in Thailand filled with bodies of dead children..

There was a disturbing photo of young children, some half naked...
Laid out in neat rows, some with...Read More
Categories: syndicates, abuse, business, community,
Form: Free verse
Love
Love …

The power of power rests in her hands
She syndicates two together to generate voluminous.
She is so-called pressure by others for imperceptible she is, but then vintages prominence
A thin stripe divorces her from abhorrence but she outshines him
Her implication is...Read More
Categories: syndicates, love, true love,
Form: Quintain (English)



Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Beggars - XXX
Unquotable quotes: Beggars - XXX

Who said beggars cannot be choosers?

Who chooses for them the place, the moment or the people they choose to beg from; the hours of the begging day; the alms they refuse; the advice they brush aside;...Read More
Categories: syndicates, august, french, holiday, leadership, power, sun,
Form: Epigram
Own Little world
    I dream of a dank world where the fallen have flown to the ends of the universe to be
among the un born abominations who spin wild and free of social contraption. 
These are the fortunate ones...Read More
Categories: syndicates, adventure, death, dedication, depression, science fiction, warme,
Form: I do not know?
Dragon of the Night
Dragon of the Night, O'Winged One Lost in Flight,
Shattered dreams and scattered leaves blown in sight,
Whispers of smoke and fiery stroke lofted on midnight
air,
Tales of wonder and loneliness cast upon a creature so
rare.

Cast in cave for a crime it did...Read More
Categories: syndicates, death, faith, sympathy, night, may, night, rights,
Form: Romanticism