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END OF HISTORY
END    OF   HISTORY…..


The heavens haven’t changed for all history.
Bright Venus shimmering in the dark sky..
Does anyone on that shining planet know our problems?
Did even we know what they were?  - 
 
I can’t recall...Read More
Categories: tackled, history, philosophy,
Form: Prose Poetry



Premium Member On The 6
Above the umbrellas of London Town
And beneath its 4pm skies,
Squashed by a window, I sat looking down
From a seat passing through Kensal Rise.

When a man with a phone stood up to get off
A woman and child stood too.
As he tackled...Read More
Categories: tackled, england, journey, london, travel,
Form: Rhyme
11 29 19
Happy Thanksgiving/ 
My stomach full of emcees they stuffing/
 dressing
Dressed to kill if looks could kill I’m drop dead gorgeous/
Wings golden like the Cherubim on the ark of the Covenant/
I’m looking with Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes/
I skin rappers I’m...Read More
Categories: tackled, appreciation, art, blessing, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member -i found not a faithful tree-
i embraced my felicity as if hope was my was fate-
~ the fate i yearned for when youth was all i had ~
now i see the yesterdays are much more than just a nude desultory 
hourglass bleeding evocative transgressions 
(sins...Read More
Categories: tackled, life, metaphor,
Form: Verse
Premium Member October-Football Player
October-Football Player

passing, throwing, catching,
receiving, holding, running,  
close to scoring I got the ball running mis-tackled-Touchdown!




10/16/19
Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2019©
VERB VERSE Poetry Type






...Read More
Categories: tackled, analogy, appreciation, football, meaningful, october,
Form: Verse



Premium Member The Witch at Inverness
Please take this time to steer your thoughts
To a wretched land of lochs and glens.
Where a village was tasked and the people fraught
At the woe and sadness life could send.

With the Dragons gone and the Trolls dispersed
The villagers were still...Read More
Categories: tackled, adventure, children, magic,
Form: Rhyme
Boris
Well swollen boobies on bullocks Boris is boss
our nations Prime Minister at J Hunt's loss
some say a buffoon and they say it sinister
like the mans brain is only miniature 
think Corbyn the codfish would be better

Brexit, Labour and Lib Dem...Read More
Categories: tackled, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Broken Wings
Broken Wings


A bird of broken wings 
Heavy and dark of heart
Ill of spirit 
Can neither dream nor pretend
Can neither soar nor defend
An essence love nor glue could ever mend 
How elegant it graced the sky
Tackled its prey and won the...Read More
Categories: tackled, bird, dark, depression, environment, heart, sad, wind,
Form: Free verse
WHO AM I
WHO AM I?

The question, the fundamental question 
Needs to be addressed and answer known
By one and all to be at peace with oneself
To be freed from the diktat of the opposites.

Ages past mankind has strived to solve 
This mighty mysterious...Read More
Categories: tackled, discrimination, freedom, introspection, spiritual, wisdom,
Form: Light Verse
never thought about it
she wanted to impress those in attendance
seemed the proper thing to do seeming
most of the folk were their to either
endorse her new
restaurant.
she wanted something special for the chefs special
but didn't want to spend the time cooking a savory dish that
took...Read More
Categories: tackled, art, business, celebrity, food, garden, inspirational love,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



Premium Member Gemini Soul Work
Gemini Soul Work is not easy
Not for the faint-hearted, or the rule-followers
Trial after trial
Many failures
Successfully eliminating
That which does not satisfy my Gemini self

I am a dancer, a dreamer, a reader, a writer, a poet, an artist.
Now sick of all that,...Read More
Categories: tackled, self,
Form: Free verse
The voice of truth
Speaking truth through lies, in a society so guarded, 
Desperate proclamations simply disregarded,
covered by what is maleficent,
unheard and insignificant, 

within the draught a cocktail of emotion,
patronising rumours ignite the commotion,
Preconceptions mask the integrity of one’s word,
Misunderstandings faintly disperse, no-one’s truly...Read More
Categories: tackled, truth, voice, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Inside The Mad Throes
Shackled by the fetters of deep desperation,
   Can't break it free, can't break it free,
My mind voice rises to the top of consternation,
   Can't let it be, can't let it be,

Tackled by my disturbed mind's waking,
...Read More
Categories: tackled, deep, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
A Gloomy Day
A gloomy day that’s wet and gray
Is one in which it’s nice to stay
At home to do the things you should
But wouldn’t, if the weather’s good.

So I did fine with gifts online
Because the sun refused to shine,
Then gave in to...Read More
Categories: tackled, home, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Six-word Couplet Series
Having a field day:
        My joy immense
        At your expense

Immune to crocodile tears:
        The old judge
   ...Read More
Categories: tackled, fun,
Form: Couplet
Dirty Word
"I love you more than breakfast"
(I said on our first date)
You thought that I said "Brexit",
and punched me in the face!

?It wasn't like you had a view.
You didn't really care.
But every time you heard the word,
it made your nostrils flare.

?The...Read More
Categories: tackled, humor, humorous, political, satire, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Ode to a cruciverbalist
There once was a fellow of Beccles abode
Who tackled a crossword wherever he rode.
But fully absorbed and in deep concentration
The poor chap would rarely alight at his station!
...Read More
Categories: tackled, books,
Form: Couplet
The Rebirth and Triumph of An Ace Apache Pilot
An Apache pilot once sought for a treasure
In booze, in fun
Sampling leisure and pleasure
Until an Apache chopper gun  

In his attentive ears whispered
Enjoining him to a wound-prone warfront to go
Where the gun the pilot pampered
Soon sadness and recklessness the...Read More
Categories: tackled, poems,
Form: Free verse
The Orchestra And Me
                                       ...Read More
Categories: tackled, anxiety, christian, dream, god,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Quenching the Fire
From opposite heads I hear crackles
you call me larry, even though I am Hilary
with my presence, lots of hate sprinkle
both minds convert to a dirty granary
forgetting that every problem can be tackled
to hatred, silence is an auxiliary
friendship suffering a swollen...Read More
Categories: tackled, anger, angst, forgiveness, freedom, friendship, friendship love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CHOOSE LIFE
CHOOSE LIFE

there is enough evil in THIS day
as the bible teaches, thus
seize the day. It’s a must!
Always, always choose life,
not dust, not chores,
but something more.
THOSE most important!
spend time with THOSE YOU LOVE
with those who NEED love
with those THINGS you love

yes...Read More
Categories: tackled, family, life,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member FATE'S FOOTFALLS
             
 FATE'S FOOTFALLS

I'm on the thirty-five yard line
theball is in my hand
But I trip and fumble first  down
I got a job now suddenly I'm fired
this must...Read More
Categories: tackled, analogy, appreciation, change, history,
Form: Free verse
Sledding
A perfect day for sledding – 
Lots of snow, but not too cold.
Though Henry tackled hills, his sister
Wasn’t quite as bold.

So I pulled her sled behind me,
As she laughed, on level ground,
While Henry and his dad (my son)
Were bravely downward-bound.

The...Read More
Categories: tackled, happy, snow,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Upside Down World
Believe me or not when I say,
            my snowman has had a rough day-
He landed upside down, 
           ...Read More
Categories: tackled, silly, winter,
Form: Limerick
this is my time
turned over 
a new leaf 
from this moment 
on to take this 
chance and run 
with it to the 
finish line 
not going to 
fumble the ball 
this time around
not going to be 
tackled by self-doubt
this will be my moment...Read More
Categories: tackled,
Form: Lyric