Tribute Writing Poems

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Premium MemberCOMMON Empathy by Emile Pinet
 

Common empathy...links us through mere words
whisperings orchestrated by songbirds.
The sound of laughter bonds our souls and hearts
repairing dreams...we patch the broken parts.

We love to...

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Categories: writing, 9th grade, character, feelings,

Mom's Sorcery by Aarav Gupta
From Late Night Tears To Early Morning Grumps,

Through All the Bruises Scrapes and bumps,

My mother has been,

Keeping the spirit, no one has seen.

Times can be...

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Categories: writing, courage, for her, thanksgiving,



The Underground Wall--- A Simon And Garfunkel Tribute by Juliet Ligon
I wrote a poem on the underground wall
for Emily, whenever I may find her
Her lips are bouncy like a red rubber ball.
You can tell the...

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Categories: writing, anger, betrayal, brother, heartbreak,

Premium MemberUrsula Le Guin : A Tribute by Paul Callus
Steadied by anthropological roots,
the strong influence gained in Kishamish,
flitting in and out of light and darkness
while harvesting the fields of literature
she delved into the depths...

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Categories: literature, writing,

Premium MemberWhen Words Have Wings by Robert Haigh



When words have wings, and each line sings,
The writer should take pride.
Woman or man, each poet can
Bring forth that magic ride!

Words combined can woo the...

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Categories: writing, appreciation, poems, tribute, words,

THE LOST THOUGHT by Mansi Sharma
THE LOST THOUGHT

Weighing the cons and pros, I prepare the argument, all aspects considered, all answers ready, let "them", just start off!
Here's an idea, to...

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Categories: writing, poetry, tribute, wisdom, words,

I am not the famous one A tribute to short story writer Ray Carver by Gary Zimmer
I am not the famous one. But my pain was equal to his.
He became Chekhov. I became Alfie.
The meanness of the streets that spawned us...

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Categories: writing, allegory, angst, celebrity, inspiration,

Poet by Kenneth R. Jenkins
In memory of Robert Lee Frost 

There are not words enough, 
To deeply say or yet express 
What comes to mind and know 
For my...

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Categories: writing, dedication, poets, tribute, uplifting,

Writing by Christian adeyemi
Writing.. 
I wanted to quite, I wanted to stop writing and said I have vocal maybe I will develop more on that but I forgot...

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Categories: writing, cheer up, feelings, growing

Premium MemberMY LITERARY INSPIRATION by Brian Strand
re-post inspired by Brenda's contest
vignette-ROOTS

Flora found fame with  a simple tale
Of rural poor,in town & vale;
Recording family life,page by page
Whilst a clerk for Royal...

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Categories: inspirational, writing,

The Trouble With Nigeria by Gerald Kithinji
When
The Arrow Of God is
No Longer At Ease
Things Fall Apart
The Voice of
The Enemy Within 
Whispers At Dawn saying
Weep Not Child as
The House Boy named
Maru looks...

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Categories: writing, africa, appreciation, books, dedication,

Premium MemberPoetrySoup Garden by Eve Roper
Poetry garden, rapidly growing sanctuary 

Rainbows blooms and foliage started, 

Fairies nurturing nature with their magical peace

Enter spring, summer, fall, winter,

and season’s only temporary fix...

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Categories: writing, emotions, family, friendship, imagery,

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,

Writing Frenzy by Joe DiMino
No theme in mind!
No muzzle on this
mad-dog night!
Got to let the words fall--
a Niagara of inspiration,
joining in a 
bottomless splash of phrases,
frothing at the lead-tip.

Rules?
What...

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Categories: writing, inspiration, motivation, muse, poetry,

A Kiss of Honor, a Memorial Day Tribute by Violetta Antonia Sorcini
Frantic searching for my sanity as the odor of explosives and burning flesh assault my soul.  Longing for the boredom of stuffy barracks my...

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Categories: writing, blessing, brother, conflict, death

Nightscapes part 1 by Keith Bickerstaffe
Late night summons madmen, 
madams, bold streetwalkers, 
picking pennies from the gutters 
as the merchants close their shutters 
and the homeless crouch in doorways 
in...

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Nightscapes part 1 by Keith Bickerstaffe

Late night summons madmen, 
madams, bold streetwalkers, 
picking pennies from the gutters 
as the merchants close their shutters 
and the homeless crouch in doorways 
in...

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Categories: writing,

A Weathered Glass by Keith Bickerstaffe
...tribute to the poetry of Dylan Thomas

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A weathered glass...

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Good And Evil by Keith Bickerstaffe
...a tribute to 'Mr Pye,' a novel by Mervyn Peake

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E Pluribus Unum by Keith Bickerstaffe

...inspired by 'To The President-Elect' by Joseph Brodsky


You've reached the pinnacle of fame
where double-speak's a daily game,
so many words, so little meaning,
popinjay, so skilled at...

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