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Walker Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Take A Look Deborah Vines Prose Prose walker, blessing, celebration, hope, inspirational,
Dynamite Mario Vitale Free verse Free verse walker, allusion, anger, angst, anxiety,
Wedding Dance Song Better Every Listen I Promise Christopher Flaherty Free verse Free verse walker, music,
Premium Member Poem Bygone Days Tom Wright Lyric Lyric walker, age, eulogy, time,
Premium Member Poem Innocently Unaware Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse walker, 10th grade, 11th grade,
The Walker Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme Rhyme walker, freedom,
Emotional Realm Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic walker, birthday, poetess,
True Cooliness Mario Walker Rhyme Rhyme walker, christian, cool,
Premium Member Poem My Poet Walker Bobby May Rhyme Rhyme walker, old,
The Dog Walker Darlene De Beaulieu Free verse Free verse walker, caregiving, dog,
Premium Member Poem Bruce Walker, elegy Stephe Watson Elegy Elegy walker, death of a friend,
Premium Member Poem What was the color purple Janis Thompson Rhyme Rhyme walker, symbolism,
God's confession part one jake aller Free verse Free verse walker, dark, deep, depression, desire,
lazy dream mysterious death MAHTAB BANGALEE Prose Poetry Prose Poetry walker, sorrow,
Solitary Walker Dawa Zangpo Rhyme Rhyme walker, beautiful, blessing, daffodils, dance,
Premium Member Poem Out of the Past David Drowley Sonnet Sonnet walker, dark, death, film, life,
Mapsx Jimmi Canada I do not know? I do not know? walker, 9th grade, city, class,
Premium Member Poem A Most Courageous American President for the Ages Gary Bateman Narrative Narrative walker, america, celebration, character, inspiration,
A little kindness never hurt Mario Walker I do not know? I do not know? walker, care, friend, friendship, inspiration,
I Write Wits Psalm Burning Desire matthew harris Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse walker, angst, blue, dad, fate,
100 Years Please-Wiz curtis johnson Rhyme Rhyme walker, adventure, age, travel,
Premium Member Poem while you slept Wren Rushing Senryu Senryu walker, sleep,
Momento Mori Mike Grant I do not know? I do not know? walker, 12th grade, absence, angst,
Time Marches On Timothy McGuire Free verse Free verse walker, change, life,
In plain view Vegter Papyrus Free verse Free verse walker, family, irony,
Premium Member Poem Hoo-ya, hoo-ya, ziss boom bah Jack Ellison Rhyme Rhyme walker, happiness,
Dear Spoken Word Mario Walker Rhyme Rhyme walker, slam,
Lyrical Power Mario Walker Rhyme Rhyme walker, writing, youth,
Why I Write Mario Walker Rhyme Rhyme walker, inspirational, spiritual,
Condolences Forever Invoked - 9 11 2001 matthew harris Free verse Free verse walker, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Condolences Forever Invoked 9 11 201 matthew harris Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse walker, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Premium Member Poem Stillness of Winter Dear Heart Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme walker, lonely, snow, winter,
Prince Love Gwen Schuetz Free verse Free verse walker, appreciation, blessing, god,
Premium Member Poem About Caleb's Money Sunlite Wanter Rhyme Rhyme walker, irony, money,
Keeping Earth Round Bernard F. Asuncion Acrostic Acrostic walker, birthday,
Premium Member Poem Three Quarters of a Century Betty Janko Sonnet Sonnet walker, birthday, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Superman on Torch Lake Robert Trezise Jr. Free verse Free verse walker, age, devotion, family, father
sleepwalker on the beach jane Gomm Free verse Free verse walker, vacation,
Premium Member Poem Sleepwalking, as the Snow Falls Dear Heart Verse Verse walker, life,
The Stalker Wendy White Free verse Free verse walker, abuse, anger, anxiety, character,
Premium Member Poem Bruce Stephe Watson Free verse Free verse walker, philosophy,
Premium Member Poem HE HOLDS Line Gauthier Senryu Senryu walker, age, caregiving, old, sweet,
Premium Member Poem Two Walkers and A Wheelchair Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse walker, self,
Premium Member Poem Hoo-Ya, Hoo-Ya, Ziss Boom Bah Jack Ellison I do not know? I do not know? walker, fun,
Old Age Bob Taub Rhyme Rhyme walker, age, body, cute, funny,
Premium Member Poem NO FEET SLEEP WALKER James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse walker, anxiety, character, how i
Resuscitation of American poetry James Swartz Free verse Free verse walker, poetry,
The Path Andrew Walker Couplet Couplet walker, fate, life, truth,
Premium Member Poem Wife with Both Knees Replaced James Horn Limerick Limerick walker, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem Rehab Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse walker, introspection,

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Yesterday Love Was Such An Easy Game To Play


Yesterday, I went home for lunch, I never go home for lunch. When I got to our apartment  I don't know why but I didn't reach for my key.  Francine was at work and I always leave last in the morning.  I was sure I had locked the door but I didn't reach for my key. I reached for the door knob and turned. The door was open.  I don't know how I knew. The moment I entered I knew.  I froze. I could feel it, smell it, hell I could taste it. I started walking but my muscles wouldn't move,  my lungs were grasping for air  for some oxygen  some sweet, sweet oxygen but I could barely breathe. “Leave!” I told myself but I kept walking. Not really walking,  it was like moving through mud,  like a slow motion scene in a movie.  But this wasn't a movie.  This was my life and I could feel it slipping away  from my grasp. I heard noises! Francine.  I had heard those noises a hundred times before,  they were the sounds of an Angel  but this was no heaven  this was my own private nightmare. The moans traveled through the muck in the air  amplified like the hiss from a distorted speaker.  It mocked me over and over again. Climbing a mountain might have been easier  but I finally reached the bedroom, and there they were, and there she was. I knew, I knew the moment I entered the apartment.  Why hadn't I just turned back?  I could barely see, my eyes were blurry,  covered in layers of my own tears. I could see her  I knew I had never seen him before. They were naked and in our bed.  Naked in OUR BED! How do you that? How do you cross the line to that extreme? You'd think the green eyed monster  would control my actions from here on in.  I did see green! I was insanely jealous but I didn't want to end up the morning headline in the newspaper. That monster jealousy was by my side but I took charge.  I'd have to keep him at bay, at least for now. You'd think I would be mad, I wasn't. You'd think I'd curse and call her whore. I didn't! Being cut open alive must be lest painful than this.   This hacked away at my spirit,  tore away at my self worth. I felt like a pile of worthless shreds. I spoke I mean my lips moved and words came out... I think.  I think I said,  I'm not sure it all happened so fast, she never spoke. I could see the shame on her face  she didn't need to speak,  but, but I think I said 'Sorry... I said Sorry and I left. I wandered for what seemed hours,  it was minutes.  It wasn't like I was meandering to a different drummer;  there just wasn't any music anymore. I was moving to the rhythm of the beating of my own heart.  Like a broken record it was skipping, like a broken record it played  in a loop of repetitive monotony. I suffered in my circled steps  until I couldn't stand it any more. I found just enough strength  to return to the apartment. I knew she was gone  I already felt the emptiness in my whole. We'd never see each other again. We had been so much. She was a big part of my life. She was the love of my life. I would never love anyone like that again. So much of her was me. I thought she was my soul mate. We let go of all of it. There is a feeling of betrayal. A feeling of disgust. A jealousy that takes over. I'd never look at her the same again. Everything she ever did from that day on would always make me suspicious. Jealousy would rule me. Jealousy should never rule anyone. If you can't trust the people in your life, friend or lover, you need to remove that person from your life. You have to remove that person out of your life. Trust, is the only gift we can offer. Friend, lover or stranger! People can trust me. My word is my bond. I let her go,  I really didn't have a choice I would never be the same again. She was gone. She had left a note. It said Sorry! Sorry! We both were. Maurice Yvonne 11~30~2014 Sponsor: Verlena S. Walker Contest Name: The Green-Eyed Monster 
 

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