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Synonymous Poems

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Dithering with hesitation on brink of abysmal precipice
Infinite pitch black void zooms,
I vacillate to pitch headlong (head over heels)
where freedom looms
large (think) cosmic size grand canyon grooms
espouses, and cloisters unbridled wedded bliss
structured sound of silence booms.

Dawdling against inevitable fate
temporarily holds in check (mate)
eternal salvation woebegone
grievance to ameliorate
repurposed...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, angst,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Premium Member Hieronymus Hippopotamus
Hieronymus the Hippopotamus,
Implied at times that he was xylotomous;
Even claiming to be most gregarious.
Real time though, he loved to be autonomous;
Only decidedly not anonymous;
Not to mention being quite hilarious.
Yet no one found him to be synonymous,
Moreover, with the crudely cantankerous;
Unlikely...Read More
Categories: synonymous, animal, funny, humor, silly,
Form: Acrostic
Incumbent onus to stem tide of global warming
Plethora of humans (think overpopulation)
directly linkedin to planet Earth dire strait
re: environmental catastrophe, née debacle
teeters along brink tipping point inevitably
pitching civilization headlong into oblivion
Homo sapiens (minus those living off grid)
admirably self sufficient unto themselves,

perhaps ecological intentional community
while yours truly, one...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Salad Days
How green was my valley before
My life became a metaphor,
Synonymous with discontent
As through good times and bad I went,
For that catch cry "I want some more!"...Read More
Categories: synonymous, cry, green, metaphor,
Form: Quintella
Premium Member The King And I
Through the PORTAL of historic enterprise,
Which by electronic means I NAVIGATE,
Since, like so many others, I PATRONISE
Search engines that are most accurate,
I hope to satisfy my FIXATION
With solidly TANGIBLE evidence
Of the INTRIGUE of that cruel elimination,
A deed historically immense,
The murder...Read More
Categories: synonymous, allusion, children, death, history, innocence, violence,
Form: Rhyme



Sinking feeling springs eternal
Sinking feeling springs eternal...
courtesy sucker punched by vehicular travails

Truckload of banshees muffled
as more'n yours truly wails
he feels wheely tired
as one after another
significant snafu devilish

troublesome impish of the
poe pervert car -
tell driver unveils
scarier than Stephen
King's macabre tales
one illusory monster with

(by Scott)...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Universal-Unitarian Trinity
Atheism,
for a Taoist
and for UUs
and Zeroists,
and Not ZeroSumists,
and Positive ZeroZone Therapists,
is synonymous with Agnosticism
and maybe Gnostic BiCameral Consciousness.

Healthy skeptics,
but not pessimists,
Agnostics understand how win/lose leftbrain either/or dominant
intelligent people
confuse Atheism with AntiTheism
but do not internally suffer from these competing
and ambivalent 
anxious
depressing...Read More
Categories: synonymous, destiny, health, humanity, integrity, journey, peace, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
2009 Hyundai Sonata an infuriating rattletrap
Time and again finances stretched
to breaking point
crackle, pop, and snap
'curse Alfred E. Neuman
smiles at yours truly
(this luckless papa)

with with his toothy gap
haint even Abel nor Cain,
nor I pull myself up
courtesy frayed bootstrap
dirt poor penniless deathtrap
compliments countless many
mashup mechanical mishap

no need...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Painters and Women

Many painters are famous for
depicting women in the raw. 
Manet’s prostitute Olympia,
when shown, gave the French apoplexia,
whereas Giorgione had his lady
asleep as a lifeless marble beauty.
But Picasso outdid them all
with a cubist style so radical
in its brutal and ugly excesses
it...Read More
Categories: synonymous, art, death, health,
Form: Light Verse
Your artistic interpretations regaled these deux mopic eyes
(otherwise titled psalm to
Amelie Beth by Matthew Scott,
his genuine, gluten free and non GMO
poetic non fake appreciative guise.)

Ah, thee availed me reason to craft
a poem with rhyme or reason,
when I beheld unexpected email
exemplifying Christmas season
triptych most handily drawn pictures
by southpaw...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, corruption,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme



I wax poetic as lifeblood imperceptibly wanes
Aging baby boomer
no longer fit as a fiddle
accumulating extra adipose tissue
around the middle
ain't no impossible mission
whence thumbs I twiddle
to shed unwanted 
weight methinks exorcise to unriddle.

Call to action necessitates
yours truly to acclimatize,
calling fitness trainer
whereby honed toned physique
(tubby synonymous with Adonis...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, abuse,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Many British Thermal Units needed
Many British Thermal Units needed...

To heat these lovely bag of bones
more so than required to generate clones
aging musculoskeletal physique groans
kvetching synonymous nsync with exactly
indistinguishable among where generic
garden variety alter kocker and/or like
mummified Pharaoh moans.

Hence, I will beg, borrow or steal,
as...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Rhyme
Brilliant, grandiloquent magnificent trenchant
Brilliant, grandiloquent, magnificent, trenchant...

Writing prompts burst asunder
deafening soundcloud roared
with apocalyptic thunder
'course only audible to yours truly,
I did dumbfoundedly wonder...

At o'clock tick tocking wee hours brisk
December seventeenth
two thousand nineteen
simultaneous blinding fiery kindling
quickening xing risk
within winkin blinkin and nod,
I feared full light...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, betrayal,
Form: Political Verse
Poem I Prepared Reminded Me of Ogden Nash
Poem I Prepared Reminded Me of Ogden Nash

Rhinoceros may be related  to hippopotamus;
Synonymous and anonymous in a metropolis;
Both together do live;
Each other bath give;
Thought appeared to be purely preposterous.

Have you been laughing yet,
Read my poem with regret;
Live in rafter,
Or...Read More
Categories: synonymous, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Holy Spirit Gift
A wedding gown pure white, the sign of change aquatic.
The baptism of water, fire — sins death spurs life.
Sweet oil like rain, offer of praise — symbiotic.
The raise and court of hands; the congregation’s rife
emotion grabs the Father’s attention, not...Read More
Categories: synonymous, christian,
Form: Rhyme
2009 Hyundai Sonata funereal lament
Unaffordable, yet valiant speeding, 
tailgating, and zooming Pep Boys, I cannot dodge. 

Yours truly grief stricken
(sob... sob... sob)...
wheely hard to bear
this anticipatory anxiety
riddled joker impossible
mission thwarting despair

death knell tolled (told),
woebegone news, I did fear
hears stunned me into silence,
the unwelcome prognosis,
I...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, depression,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Zombie Apocalypse vs Social Collapse
The Walking Dead, the zombie apocalypse,
is very synonymous with social collapse.
Forget about zombies, because when the dollar crashes,
the same aberrant human behaviour will spread rapidly among the masses....Read More
Categories: synonymous, money,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Theological Mediation
I asked our local Unitarian-Universalist minister
if she could see God
as Original Creative Source of Earth (OCSE).

Eventually,
after a rather long pause,
peaceful, not anxiety producing,
she said Yes.

I asked the Shiloh Baptist Bishop
if he could know God
as Abba,
as did Jesus of Nazareth.

He thought...Read More
Categories: synonymous, creation, humor, integrity, power, race, religion, spiritual,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Wickedness Abounds
Written: by Miracle Man
11-11-2019

In a nefarious world such as we are now living,
We vote for wicked things making them lawful.
More are now takers than are those giving,
And the end result, is apt to be something awful.

We’re being deceived by all...Read More
Categories: synonymous, god, jesus, judgement, truth,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Avoiding The Limelight
Avoiding The Limelight
Written: by Miracle Man
10-25-2019

Being coruscate,
has never been my style.
I’ve always been one,
keeping a low profile.

Which makes me,
a behind the scenes kind of guy.
One who’ll have your back,
if you’re a trusted ally.
 
I’ve been told before,
that I’m a born...Read More
Categories: synonymous, character, how i feel,
Form: Lyric
Impregnable fortified Donjon
Alias indomitable invincible
Donald John Trump oozes wrath
inexorably plunging every species
of life toward apocalyptic warpath
mercilessly threatentens world
wide web promising bloodbath

validating ex post facto commander
in chief as nonpareil sociopath
hence... this call to arms gives run
for money challenging any psychopath
lest inevitable according to...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, corruption,
Form: Political Verse
Words spelled correct versus phonetic spelling first the former
W?rdz sp?ld k?'r?kt 'v?rs?s f?'n?t?k'sp?l??

alternately titled fun with phonics
'?lt?rn?tli 'ta?t?ld f?n w?ð 'f?n?ks
analogous when like first learning how to spell American English words

?'næl?g?s w?n la?k f?rst 'l?rn?? ha? tu sp?l ?'m?r?k?n '??gl?? w?rdz

I thought to feign not knowing how to...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Free verse
Between Scylla and Charybdis
Greek mythological
drama flourishes,
nee thrives within
noggin of yours truly
gods and goddesses
sporting Hellenic origins

purportedly cavort
higgledy-piggledy
rampantly running ragged
ruminative raconteur
resultant rueful end product
wreckage of present day me

chafing amidst yesteryear's adversities
shadow boxing doppelganger nemesis
fetus in fetu maintaining stranglehold
choking ability to breathe
unsuccessful roundup eradication
resultant mailer daemons

ruling...Read More
Categories: synonymous, allegory, analogy, destiny, fire, history, mountains, pain,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Nonpareil les belles lettres spellbinds
Nonpareil les belles-lettres spellbinds

Adherence regarding credo
to finish reading arbitrarily
self selected book beginning
to end silent promise made
otherwise, I experience guilt
analogous violating unwritten

law, said private oath binds me
against challenging non binding
unspoken promise additionally
never flipping thru pages reading
conclusion, viz aforementioned
unspoken vow never abrogated,

no...Read More
Categories: synonymous, 11th grade, 12th grade, appreciation, imagination, judgement,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Hustlers
Hustlers
Written: by Miracle Man
8/6/2019

There are those in our path who take great pride,
And trying to hustle others, is their full time job.
They won’t work full time when they can get a free ride,
What they can’t beg or borrow, they’ll steal...Read More
Categories: synonymous, god, how i feel, work,
Form: Lyric