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Premium Member CLERHEW nicholson
...William Nicholson & son Ben both portraiture art men Bill painted with his eyes in the moment & no surprise......Read More
Categories: william, art, people,
Form: Clerihew

Premium Member Just August
... "Neither the entrance first nor the exit last is as you like it." --a Realistic philosopher ......Read More
Categories: william, truth,
Form: Quintain (Sicilian)
Premium Member To a Fly Drinking
...Fly in orbit, fly in creep, Margin on the edge of sleep, Feast your portion from the best.; I would bargain blood for rest! Leave your frantic fantasies bare, Sculpted onto empty air. Fly......Read More
Categories: william, funny, humorous, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Wedding of the Flowers
...The Wedding of the Flowers Sweet-William was a bachelor Who lived a lonely life He thought he would go a-courting To hunt himself a wife. So he called on BlackEyed Susan, - I her humble li......Read More
Categories: william, bridal shower, cute love,
Form: Rhyme
...If I were reincarnated, I’d want to come back a buzzard. Nothing hated him or envies him or wants him or needs him. He is never bothered or in danger, and he can eat anything. ......Read More
Categories: william, angst,
Form: Free verse

...WHAT ABOUT WOLFS shel silverstein: a bit childish, his giving tree my kids remember, though its parts were dismembered as it gave to the bitter end of life. ogden nash: well, he gives ......Read More
Categories: william, poets,
Form: Tazkira
Premium Member Vibrations to Perceive
... "When you let your mind float untethered: there is a state of pure awareness; and all separations and boundaries cease." Quo......Read More
Categories: william, growth, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
My Sweet-Candid Ophelia
...My Sweet-Candid Ophelia Hamlet did loveth your fairness yet frailness You showed him and the World that Love's pure through your playful kindness The sweet haunting of your departing has taught ......Read More
Categories: william, absence, allegory, allusion, angel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Young sailors dreams
...There is a young man who loved the sea He could read the stars and winds by age three He loved to venture along the Alaska shores Leaning the ocean at the age of four He would read of the sea and......Read More
Categories: william, adventure, beautiful, dream, grandson,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ode to Mischief Lotus
...Ode to Mischief Lotus My cat was a rescue me, The abandonment of loneliness. He had his Forever Home promise, My love and affection were his. See, he turns out to be, Complete contentmen......Read More
Categories: william, animal, anxiety, cat, dedication,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Marlene Dietrich, Not the Laziest Gal in Town
... . . . . . . What is a man if his chief good and market of his time be but to sleep and feed? . . . . A Morkie-poo named Isa-Boo, no more! ......Read More
Categories: william, dog, inspiration, love,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member The Tail End of Winter
... around the Globe The stage all enter unaware all exit followed by a bear. Poetry Contest: 2022 Poetry Marathon, Mile 7 Spon......Read More
Categories: william, inspiration, metaphor,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Mothers - A Conversation with a Daughter
... "Mothers" - A Conversation with a Daughter In my 60th year I came to the conclusion that women are gods in their own right. Children worship and fear the power that pu......Read More
Categories: william, love, mirror, muse, my
Form: Narrative
Premium Member CLERIHEW marlow
...18th century painter William Marlow a typographical artist you may know So expert at design as architect was he full time ......Read More
Categories: william, art, people,
Form: Clerihew
Celestial Inner Rings
... By dint of a right in tatters impinging on terrestrial sight that urged me to worldly matters, I was struck with a parallel quite unforeseen, in a Hubble view which drew my fancy out of th......Read More
Categories: william, earth, humanity, poetry, rights,
Form: Rhyme

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