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Syntactical Poems

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Premium Member RHETORIC poetics in process
a discourse     we done
  ornamted speech
    eloquent oratory aloud
seminal ideas
in pillars of poetics

a dialogue     delivered
     feelings aroused
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Categories: syntactical, poetry, word play,
Form: Verse



Thee Apple Hove Bing an Herbivore
Thee Apple Hove Bing an Herbivore...?
(hint – app peal)

Sans maintaining a strict carb on diet
     (for Peat Sake) iz like really coal
man, cuz carnivores consume meat,
     which genetically modified organisms
  ...Read More
Categories: syntactical, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th grade, atheist,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member INSPIRATION
upwelling 
of consciousness 
short
       so sweet 
a stream 
      in full spate 
words
syntactical structures 
enigma 
and
        imagery
as..
     ...Read More
Categories: syntactical, inspiration,
Form: Verse
The story that has never been personal
I never found,
myself reading.
Even before reading, 
studying a book,
that publish alphabets.
Many times I drawn, 
on the walls
and,
ragged curtain of the door,
of my so called
illegal shelter, 
those simplest rudiments,
but never I understood,
meaning of linears.

I saw that old man,
on the only cot,
under...Read More
Categories: syntactical, allusion, anxiety, art, baby, childhood,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member OPEN POETRY after Marianne Moore
A POETIC WALK WITH MARIANNE MOORE
Come read and let my voice
take you along a 
syntactical line
                        ...Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetry,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Poetic Encryption Like Ancient Egyptian
Poetic Encryption Like Ancient Egyptian

This terror and threat to poetic clarity,
Becomes a pet rock for some poets.

Words do count for sure, but so does
Clarity unless poets put a mask on.

Encryption can be used to mask 
Certain vatic pretensions that poets
Harbor,...Read More
Categories: syntactical, allegory, analogy, emotions, imagination, metaphor, passion, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member High Beams
Love matures,
optimally co-arises,
to fill a vacuum left by former fears 
about shortage of time,
sub-optimal outcomes.

High pitch synergy
swells toward Beloved Climax Community
as fears and anger about Here and Now
EarthDay's lack of fullness... 
subside.

As we cooperatively embrace our shortness of time,
our ego's...Read More
Categories: syntactical, creation, culture, death, destiny, fear, life, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A POETIC WALK WITH MARIANNE MOORE
A POETIC WALK WITH MARIANNE MOORE
Come read and let my voice
take you along a 
syntactical line
                        ...Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetess, poetry,
Form: Verse
The Dead Essays
The Dead Essays


Today I wore all black 
But there is no funeral procession. 
So I just went to work and sat at my desk
Before piles of essays which need to be read,
A red pen in my hand - 
Because I...Read More
Categories: syntactical, irony, school, student, teacher, work, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Free Verse: Translation of Paul Verlaine's Vers Libres
Free Verse : Translation of Paul Verlaine’s Vers Libres

(Yet another possible translation of Paul Verlaine’s « Vers Libres » by T. Wignesan, though I prefer in my translations not to derange the visual structure and syntactical and linear layout –...Read More
Categories: syntactical, poetry,
Form: Free verse



Ben Jonson's Rhyme Scheme Deposed
Said Jonson, vulgar rhyme a petty crime
Swindling paupers begging fleeting stime
Opined syllabic compress from simple mimes
Which o'er lazy, temporal lobes did climb
Simple, jingoistic rhythms to prime
A crutch to prop up ailing metric time

Yet, Nature's species exist in kind
Mutated limbs rarely...Read More
Categories: syntactical, art, career,
Form: Rhyme
Wordsmiths
Words reside alone in time and space;
Only sentient minds their roots trace.
Etymologists bring accents, forms to the surface;
Lexicographers establish a chronological base.
In dark, library basements, archivists file in database;
In academic institutes, linguists their value appraise.
Calligraphers, Engravers with artistic touch glaze.

Phrases...Read More
Categories: syntactical, art, career,
Form: Rhyme
Critic's Pen Unsheathed
Sword brashly drawn from scabbard
Gilded blade with a lucent polish lathered
Burnished to reflect the availing light on each side gathered
Conversely, deflecting the pious streams pharisaically blathered

Weapon-grade mind steeled to cut through the broad discourse
Sharp point piercing each tangled, silken strand;...Read More
Categories: syntactical, allegory, education,
Form: Rhyme
fun.d;.mentals
play only for the fun d;
ego will beg to be ‘the one’
pressures build to be the ‘sun’
be assured with a curly score
lepricons leap and say be more
Elements beeping deep at core
Art this is, where we’re to go
Mental road of a...Read More
Categories: syntactical, faith
Form: I do not know?