Grandfather Writing Poems

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You Too Can Be A Poet by Timothy McGuire
You Too Can Be A Poet


Dear Budding Poet,

Today modern poetry is a way to touch souls with a language that cannot be only spoken. It...

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No Chorus by Dalton Ogletree
3/13/15

To many my words were gloomy
But it was absolutely groovy
As I continued to speak truly
Whether or not it was seen as spooky

They said I needed...

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Categories: writing, dark, poetry, rap, word



Interpreting Visitations by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Many baffled on what to think?
As they probed these strange dabs of ink
Some wandered in n' left scratching their head
Others dismissed quickly n' moved on...

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Categories: dream, writing,

Premium MemberUnquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - XXXIX, Part One by T Wignesan
Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill – XXXIX, Part One

Born in 1868, Alexei Maximovich PESHKOV, better known as MAXIM GORKY and hailed as the...

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Categories: writing, anti bullying, courage, dedication,

Ennui by Keith Bickerstaffe
 ...inspired by 'A Cooking Egg' by T.S. Eliot

 
Ronaldo sprawled in luxury
across from where the spaniel lay,
he soldiered on with Mallarme
and, yawning, re-read Chapter...

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Categories: dedication, writing,

Ennui by Keith Bickerstaffe

In the style of T.S. Eliot.


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Ronaldo sprawled in luxury 
across from where the spaniel lay,...

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Ennui by Keith Bickerstaffe

In the style of T.S. Eliot.


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Ronaldo sprawled in luxury 
across from where the spaniel lay,...

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Categories: tribute, writing,

Premium MemberRereading by Robert Ronnow
Rereading the poems of others
and my own. Community across
time and graves. What's left
exceeds in significance
one's last moment. Yet
his last moment must have been
exceedingly important
for the...

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Categories: writing, animal, community, grandfather, morning,

Premium MemberOld Dog, Can Learn New Tricks by Robert Lindley
Blinded, By The Light


If you can truly find yourself you can be truly happy 
if not, well the world will eat you and beat you...

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Categories: writing, blessing, happiness, love, philosophy,

Ennui by Keith Bickerstaffe

 ...inspired by 'A Cooking Egg' by T.S. Eliot

 
Ronaldo sprawled in luxury
across from where the spaniel lay,
he soldiered on with Mallarme
and, yawning, re-read Chapter...

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Categories: on writing and words,

Hateful expressions.... by Jim David
"I should have killed her!" he said as he pulled the ladybug from his chili,
"She would have suffered less than drowning in a man's dinner"

"What...

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Categories: angst, life, on writing

Ennui (repost) by Keith Bickerstaffe

 ...inspired by 'A Cooking Egg' by T.S. Eliot

 
Ronaldo sprawled in luxury
across from where the spaniel lay,
pretending to read Mallarme
and yawning, stuck in Chapter...

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Categories: on writing and words

The book the wizard wrote part six by Troy Jeremy Nelson
your new split second decision 
your new cult of fashion and intuition 
back to the middle

Say what you
I run away
your new dream to wonder 
around...

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Categories: angst, art, on writing

Truthifiction of the bible by Troy Nelson
The author of the bible must have been god
for Jesus himself never wrote it
and i wonder if Jesus truly existed
then why are we not studying...

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Categories: faith, mystery, on writing

Poa-tetry Soup (The Name Inspired) by Chris McCartney
Thoughts melt and distil under a green/blue flame,
Swirling down, separated out and mixed.
If you’ve seen it, it’s broken;
If you’ve heard it, it’s shredded;
If you’ve read...

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Categories: writing, allegory, childhood, imagination, introspection,