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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
10/18/2021 2 LUNES 24 Other
10/18/2021 An effulgent smile 11 Limerick
10/17/2021 The ballerina - THE PIROUETTE 10 Other
09/15/2021 What are words - A Florilegium poem 85 Other
08/15/2021 Out of the darkness 161 Sonnet
07/29/2021 Memo to all journos - Buzzwords 222 Couplet
07/25/2021 A message in a bottle to AI - a Phi poem 85 Other
07/24/2021 Circumlocution 335 Free verse
07/23/2021 Golden spiral - a Phi poem 65 Other
07/13/2021 He has a name 276 Elegy
07/11/2021 I don't give a rat's tail 186 Concrete
07/08/2021 Hear-ye, hear-ye 193 Shape
07/04/2021 Brocken spectre - A Florilegium poem 157 Other
07/01/2021 An ode to tone-deaf poets 145 Other
06/30/2021 A trilogy in The Tesla 3-6-9 148 Other
06/14/2021 We hate the ones we have wronged 180 Suzette Prime
06/10/2021 You are my muse - A tribute to Eileen 269 Other
05/29/2021 The fisherman 195 Haibun
05/15/2021 No-man's-land 319 Kimo
05/11/2021 Keep the Faith 199 Other
05/07/2021 A winter's tale 153 Senryu
04/26/2021 A paradox in introspection 174 Monoku
04/26/2021 Thanatourism 310 Pleiades
04/18/2021 Knit-one Purl-one Hoopoes in a row 160 Haiku
04/14/2021 Royal 247 Pleiades
04/13/2021 CERAUNOPHILIAC - A Suzette sonnet 258 Sonnet
04/12/2021 INEFFABLE MYSTERIES - A Suzette sonnet 281 Sonnet
04/02/2021 Ethereal 273 Sijo
03/30/2021 Dawn song 422 Jueju
03/23/2021 Run through my mind 286 Other
03/22/2021 Quest for freedom 189 Suzette Prime
03/22/2021 Tricoleuse 220 Other
03/19/2021 The Maigue poets of Croom 178 Double Dactyl
03/17/2021 The seeker 265 Carpe Diem
03/13/2021 National Pi Day: March 14 239 Other
03/07/2021 Rhyme 282 Tetractys
03/04/2021 Scribbler from Southwark 328 Limerick
03/03/2021 Tiffany lamp 192 Imagism
03/01/2021 Familial relationships 231 Imagism
02/28/2021 Flat-Earthers 272 Burlesque
02/28/2021 Life 312 Diminished Hexaverse
02/26/2021 MY LEGACY 247 Suzette Prime
02/26/2021 Shattered windowpanes 124 Crystalline
02/14/2021 Mona Lisa's paramour 521 Sonnet
01/28/2021 The coward 344 Other
01/22/2021 Literal and Figurative 170 Senryu
01/06/2021 A world without poetry 244 Free verse
01/05/2021 Fate leads the willing 270 Suzette Prime
01/03/2021 a poetic heart 368 Haiku

Quotes

Quote Left What is a word? Who does it belong to? An empty vessel at best! A chair is not a chair until someone sits in it. Poets can only grow if given free rein in their lonely pursuit of excellence. Quote Right
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Quote Left Poetry is like a road trip without a GPS - you never know which direction of thought and/or emotion your poem would take when read by others and, therefore, the poet's duty is to set a train of thought in motion and to stand back and not try to control how others might interpret his offerings. Quote Right
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Quote Left Open form/free verse might be loosely defined as a poem designed to encapsulate a single thought in a personal stylised format—the serendipity of thoughts meandering towards a decisive conclusion. Quote Right
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Quote Left What is a POET? When the ink dries up, we scribble on stone. The words we share are our souls exhaling. Quote Right
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Quote Left Poetry is the comfort food of our youth which nourishes our memories. Quote Right
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Quote Left A poet is someone who has the courage to wear his heart on his sleeve. ~ Suzette Richards Quote Right
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Quote Left When the poets fall silent man will not only lose his voice but also the notion of Life. ~Suzette Richards Quote Right
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