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Elusive pursuit endeavoring to craft a great poem
I confess, no deliberate intent, yet often wonder
what spurs me to nudge, goad, coax, et cetera
despite modesty regarding
ably linkedin words for others to ponder
more often than not experiencing nonresponder.

Without lofty literary ambitions,
more so stream of consciousness abandonment
yours truly rests content
to...Read More
Categories: tacked, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, education,
Form: Free verse



The Shore
A place with no walls
A lone seagull that caws
The sea drifting in a swell toward shore
A picture painted, tacked onto the door
A thousand colors and a thousand sounds
No words to be spoken or to be found
A chair that rocks back...Read More
Categories: tacked, poems,
Form: I do not know?
In The Artists Studio Part 1
Part 1

Empty frames, blank canvases, incomplete 
paintings, sketches over a work table 
scattered with drippings of paint along
with the wooden floor stained with 
streaks and blotches of paint reminiscent 
of a Jackson Pollock abstract. Tacked to 
the wall, next to...Read More
Categories: tacked, art,
Form: Light Verse
plunder gained
the influences of days gone by
we refferred to her as an Old Woman
she was only 26 but she used
the way someone else to
express her concern
him he didn't learn much because
he refused to understand those
teaching due to
what she needed
to take with...Read More
Categories: tacked, language, music, song, sound,
Form: Ballad
PLEASE UNDERSTAND ME
PLEASE UNDERSTAND ME
When I say
I feel trapped in my mind
Like if I signed
A contract
To not be in tacked
And to feel pain
So, it can drive me insane
I'm lost
But what's the cost
To get out
Please understand me
When I say
I want to be understood
But...Read More
Categories: tacked, anxiety, depression,
Form: Rhyme



Unspoken Implication Belied Bon Geste
(unsettled conscience beckons expunging)

Upon espying aesthetically pleasing lass
(considerably younger than me),
middle aged ma'am, or classy older woman
impetuousness overtakes rationality
courting acquaintanceship constituting

aforementioned type female
these premature ejaculations
blindside yours truly
upon comfort level
of unfamiliar lady recipient,

(especially years gone by
with then young daughters in tow)
oft...Read More
Categories: tacked, analogy, cute, memory, passion, prayer, psychological, romance,
Form: Free verse
The tiny house
The tiny house is tucked away
deep within the woods

The tiny house has lost its footing 
and so a faded sign
is tacked to the tiny house's frame:
    'DANGER'

I guess that's why
the tiny house
is painted red....Read More
Categories: tacked, absence, age, depression,
Form: Free verse
Tides
I know,
Your door will stay open for me
As always to let me in
To savour the repast
That awaits me on your dining table
Laid out for me;
Hungry I am.
At the table, I will surely recount
The jollity of our younger days,
Protected and cajoled...Read More
Categories: tacked, allusion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Please Do Not Disturb
On a sunny morning in September 1984
My mom’s best friend Linda drove to the grocery store
With her four-year-old daughter Becky in tow
Listening to the radio, Becky amused herself in the back seat, looking out the window, 
And it crossed Linda’s...Read More
Categories: tacked, anxiety, bereavement, car, emotions, loneliness, loss, sad,
Form: Narrative
An accursed abominable deadly epidemic
(alternately titled random axe of violence)

I calculated an average 
of ~10.16.... deaths per year 
of mass school shootings since Columbine, 
a morbid benchmark where,

iGen / Gen Z 1995 - 2012 bore significant hit,
now students require armed guards to learn -...Read More
Categories: tacked, 10th grade, 11th grade, 9th grade, anger,
Form: Free verse



Diner Culture
I step from my car and I see ahead
the shiny glint of smooth, polished chrome,
the place is shaped like an oversized rail car,
but never on the tracks has it roamed.

I walk on into the small entryway,
where fliers of all sorts...Read More
Categories: tacked, appreciation, culture, food, imagery, light, morning, places,
Form: Rhyme
Good Samaritan Wannabe plea two
in lieu as payment for buzzfeed ding,
livingsocial, lodging, et cetera accommodations.
the best buy google research to locate a
handy dandy blues clues milieu, true
value venue iterated above reference

to intentional communities, yet no idea
this bumbling, fumbling, rambling,
et cetera twisted missive would find...Read More
Categories: tacked, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade, humanity,
Form: Dramatic Verse
The American Bar in the Savoy Hotel
It is called the American Bar in the Savoy Hotel, in the Covenant Garden area of central London just off the Strand.  Tonight, it was awash with indifferent lovers searching for another dramatic romantic interlude or perhaps just some...Read More
Categories: tacked, city, desire, london, lust, poems, sexy,
Form: Verse
Belushi one
In January
He made the cover of Rolling Stone.
I had thumb-tacked it
To my living room wall
Just to the right
And a little below
My Michelangelo self-portrait print.
Not knowing
The April issue
Of the same magazine
Would cover itself
With him, his death,
Not thinking
Not even thinking
Such a thing
Could...Read More
Categories: tacked, death, emotions, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
FAREWELL BROTHER
#FAREWELL, BROTHER
by
Hannah Rain

Lowering him down upon his curved back,
On silky blue sheets, all pleated and tacked,
A pillow they stuffed beneath his cold head,
And combed his gray hair, that once was bright red.

Then buttoning his tweed, colored dark blue,
They crossed his...Read More
Categories: tacked, brother, farewell, friend, funeral, goodbye, military,
Form: Ode
stockpile
stockpile 
within the 
storehouse 
of the mind 
of emotional
supplies 
a range of 
tricks used 
as a reserve 
for when things 
go a stray in order 
to keep composure 
in tacked...Read More
Categories: tacked,
Form: Lyric
Incorrigible Lottery Dreamer
 Paradise visage and eyes a bulge with dollar signs
   whets imagination with PowerBall ticket bought
expect the usual outcome after next drawing to yield monetary naught
temptation for instant millions 
   human foible to reach for elusive pot...Read More
Categories: tacked, blessing, celebration, desire, fantasy, happy, hope, money,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Ronnies Sex Shop
Ronnies Sex Shop
http://ronniessexshop.co.za/
By Franklin Price
6/1/2017

While riding through the klein karoo in South Africa one day
We came upon a place of fun as we went along our way.
Was an isolated, unexpected, place for us to stop. 
Hand-painted large upon the side,...Read More
Categories: tacked, africa, appreciation, life, memory, vacation,
Form: Couplet
Matriarch v Ferryman
To my life, a masarade party where everyone isn't who they seem..

--
I promised release
Name me 
Brimstone surrounds me again
Best kept secret
Fall Creek
Erect dominant Stance
Teton sunshine 
--
One more number tacked on
Resurgence
Fruits of my journey
Grieves of ink 
Show them my scars
--
Today I'm...Read More
Categories: tacked, death of a friend, fate, mentor,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Brutality In Honesty
I’ve noticed the popular opinion-
Aided, of course, by all forms of media
From novelizations to song lyrics-
That high school boys
Are cuter, smarter, and nicer.
Now, I’ll be the very first to admit
That they get significantly
More physically appealing.
And I suppose they do get...Read More
Categories: tacked, courage, growing up, high school, how i
Form: Free verse
legend in a raven's wing
there's legend in a raven's wing,
as silence waits in painted flowers,
thunder rolls in separate rhythm, 
but flame observes the day,

as acceptance snuck behind hushed voices,
terror tacked into a bay,
a thousand pitfalls await a child,
crumble dry feet made of clay,

mercy takes...Read More
Categories: tacked, life, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Workaholic
My hubby is a workaholic,
he's addicted to his job
He loves to put in a lot of overtime,
tacked on to his normal 9 to 9
Working double shifts, 
come holidays he never miss
He loves to stay late,
vacations he refuses to take
My man...Read More
Categories: tacked, appreciation, humor, husband, work,
Form: Light Verse
Flatpack Sonnet Assembly Instructions
Stressed/unstressed syllables (ten to a line,
remember!) take their turns.  Fourteen in all
(that’s lines, not syllables), which often fall
in blocks of eight and six.  You’ve got that?  Fine.
Now for the rhymes.  Petrarchans intertwine
like this, in staggered couplets,...Read More
Categories: tacked, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
Everything's Big In Texas
Everything's Big In Texas

I'd like to saddle up my horse...
Lope on down to Texas. 
Pack my Peacemaker, (Colt of course)...
Oh! My solar plexus!

I'm told that everything down there
Is ALL, so much bigger...
Buildings, barns, boots, buckles, the Air...
And their whiskey jigger!

I...Read More
Categories: tacked, adventure, allusion,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Driving Through Jungles Under the Mars Sea
Immodest mouse (though sheepishly I drive):
Cheese-poof ambition traps shred Plexiglas; 
Life’s tint is circus; freaks pedaling thrive;
My spinner’s stopped, feline-stripped out of gas.

Cradled in moon’s ambitious pseudo-shine,
Not that I could, see I’ve nowhere to go;
Clawed dizzy by stars she hangs...Read More
Categories: tacked, divorce,
Form: Sonnet