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Premium Member Within My Heart
I keep them all in a secret place,
within my heart . . . 
      all those faces in frames on my bookcase,
         the beloved-  I wish...Read More
Categories: write, grief,
Form: Verse

I wrote this poem with a life buoy
Sharing a thought
Is not best spoken in a passionate language
It is not best written on an aesthetic scroll
It is best conveyed in poetry

As my ink spills I can’t float
I find myself almost submerged in my verbose outrage
I hang on to...Read More
Categories: addiction, philosophy, poetess, poetry, poets, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Whale Done Whale Done Whale Done
Our boss quite often creeps in, looking for our good. 
She knows we are probably doing the best that we could.
She leaves us love notes that accentuate the positive things she sees.
Whale Done is at the top of the paper,...Read More
Categories: write, work,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Sudden Goodbye
This Romeo is bleeding, but you don't see his blood - Bon Jovi - Always

                         ...Read More
Categories: write, absence, heartbreak, longing, lost love,
Form: Verse
Writing till I am out of ink
When I feel empty
And the world gets hefty
I write to fill up the emptiness

When the truth is like a mystery
Explained by a spiritual verity
I write to remember the truth

When joy is too short for revelry
Lurking by the corners is misery
I...Read More
Categories: career, courage, emotions, encouraging, endurance, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Silence

I  love the singinng silence as I muse
Listening to this silence  brings delight
Deep within  the silence are the cues

Everything from classic to the blues
Make  my  better sentences take flight
I delight in silence as I muse

Slowness...Read More
Categories: write, allusion, analogy,
Form: Villanelle
Middle of Transmittal of an Acquital
Would not mind being caught in middle,
Of serenade played on violin or a fiddle;
People dancing;
Others romancing;
Thanked God for receiving an acquittal.

Jim Horn

You always want to think and dream
about the best things in life and write
a poem about them. Sounds appropriate
to...Read More
Categories: write, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick

Bathing in rainbow bubbles of gratitude,
To be alive and be able to write beyond platitudes.

Oh, a popular poet, assuredly, I shall never be!
Just so thankful, God created and extraordinarily, blessed me!

I know poets here experience this, too.
The joy of being...Read More
Categories: write, faith, friendship, thanks,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Fly



Out of nowhere
his voices arrived

He thought he’d 
write a poem

get the In to the Outside 

Simple magic
3 lines

Mind erect
his smalls itched


His mind CPTSD 
crying lied

Laughing outside
he watched his inside 

Hanging unwanted questions 
out on the literary clothes line

snapped tight...Read More
Categories: write, dark, image, psychological,
Form: Free verse
God Is Glorious While Calling Us
God Is Glorious While Calling Us

While He has been glorious, 
God can always call all of us,
And realized,
Even if sinner or a sourpuss.

Jim  Horn

Motivated by another poem,
God apparently to write them
has motivated....Read More
Categories: write, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member RAINBOW
I wish I could write you a heartfelt song,
that would lift you up when you’re feeling down.
Your days have been overwhelming and long,
I want to see a big smile, not a frown.
My world is perfect because you exist,
we still have...Read More
Categories: write, friendship, love,
Form: Sonnet
The Storm Unleashed
The storm unleashed
Rages on;
The sound and fury
Instils fear.
Where are the seafarers?
Those standing on the beach ask  
Without urgency to know.

Be patient, my friend, 
Let us peer beyond the darkness
That is spreading wide
And dreamily run our fingers
In the wet sand;
There...Read More
Categories: write, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member War and Peace: That Midst Nations And Nationals

War and Peace, a classical fiction by Leo Tolstoy, first published as Voyna I Mir in 1865–69. This picturesque reflection of early 19th-century Russian culture saw as its power of vivid detail and change from subconscious interpretation, is commonly viewed...Read More
Categories: write, allegory, angst, life, marriage, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Or Would We
Or Would We?

Oh, Lord, I think we need a magic knob
that's somewhere on one arm discreetly placed.
When activated, it would sofly throb,
alerting us to nearby pain it traced.
At this time, we'd adjust our hidden disc,
permitting us to live another’s woe
with...Read More
Categories: write, humanity, pain,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member A love can tell about Tagore also
A love can tell about Tagore also
He used to write about divine love, 
He used to write about eternal love
When I walk alone to my apartment
With a body trembling in hunger and fatigue
With an uncertain mind not ready for anything...Read More
Categories: write, poetry,
Form: Free verse
My kind of heaven
Opps! must be dead,
looks like the pearly gates,
Rough guy levitates towards me,
think I know his face,
St Peter, I need some help 
trying to get into this place,
I’ll let you enter kiddo, 
but my identity you mistake,
I’m Lemmy from Motorhead, 
and...Read More
Categories: write, celebrity, death, drink, drug, hero, satire, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Reason for My Poems
A Poem for Valentine's Day
Inspired by a Poetry Soup Poet

I write my poems for you to read,
For I know you needs be touched by joy 
And add that touch on your emotions
Lest my poems lie drab and dry.

When you feel...Read More
Categories: write, joy, romantic,
Form: Lyric
Serenader of the Millennium
Serenader of the Millennium 
Free Verse
Ernilando L. Tugaff

The Serenader strums his guitar
Under the silvery moon light
And the starry night sky so bright
Singing a melodious song to the maiden of his heart.

I am a serenader but I am out of tune...Read More
Categories: write, computer, feelings, flower, guitar, love, moon,
Form: Free verse
Write It Down
With pen and paper
    by my side,
And dictionary
    as my guide.
All ideas
    trapped inside,
With my pen
   no longer hide.
    is the key,
With my pen
 ...Read More
Categories: write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
they wreck our brains  
with cunning cryptic clues 
that we solvers seem to  find so 
puzzling...Read More
Categories: fun, language, light, simile, smile, write, writing,
Form: Cinquain
Double Checking My Rearview Mirror

my car
over to
write down the opus
that just now formed inside my head
or I will lose it, thanks to my ADHD muse
...Read More
Categories: write, muse, poems, writing,
Form: Fibonacci
The Curse of Conquerors Past, Part I
I write this down not knowing what to think,
or how to make sense of what I went through,
my name is Blake Jones, I was S.A.S.,
and everything that I write here is true.

This tale tells how we killed Khan Williamson,
the tyrant...Read More
Categories: write, adventure, conflict, dark, evil, history, scary, war,
Form: Epic

Limitless! Is where you can go in the universe of poetry.
Set your goals as high as that glorious moon.

For the steps to what we call, "Glory" are steeped in quick, fast-food poetry.
Beware! No astonishment there, just jingles that make you...Read More
Categories: write, encouraging, inspiration, poets,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member 'My Beautiful Solitude'
"I never found a companion that was so companionable as solitude . . . "

Henry David Thoreau, Poet, 1817-1862

    I love days of solitude
        where I dwell in perfect...Read More
Categories: write, silence,
Form: Rhyme
As I look at nature, it’s sure delight,
because what I see is a lovely sight.
Can’t you hear the birds take flight?
daffodils sway to the left and to the right,
Eagles soar, with keen and good eyesight. 
fish swim, in ocean such...Read More
Categories: write, appreciation, love, nature,
Form: Abecedarian

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