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Dec 7, 2020Dec 2020

Posted by azzow2
Deserted Dream of Synesthesia: Aloft the drift of the desert's red pungent aroma prickles you're precaution. Oceans of wavy white sand grasps the mirage in your mind like a child's curiosity. The gush and rush of the azure sky blast like ...
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Nov 24, 2020Nov 2020

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
I have been editing some of my poetry and came across this piece. Let Us Speak Let us speak of country matters, As Hamlet has said, and not being politically correct We can ensure a fire storm of disgust and angry epithets. We are lost in...
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Oct 5, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by Word
After discussion with atheists complaining about christianity never doing anything, i thought of this poem in 5 to 10 minutes. I cannot say I have written such a poem before, especially with some of the complexities included. I thought it ...
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Oct 4, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by azzow2
A tad NR rated Lily Witch: White and lily the witch is still and stark as a whisky whisper. Casting a spell as the caldron spills its hollow thrill. Summoning lust of her fellow's trust. Cascading loins thirsty like a lioness about to ...
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Sep 12, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by beerhungry
MILE White and broken lines Slowly passes by Road is dark and heavy Like lingering goodbyes Memories behind Slide show presentation Try now to unwind Every damn relation Legs already tired Steps won't ever stop I will reach the target Or walk...
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Sep 9, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by beerhungry
This is my own favorite poem from my just published collection "Tree Falling in Forest" Traitor I'm sorry brother for this bloody blade Leaving you unable for a question It is one tree from which we both are made But branches grew in opposite ...
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Sep 7, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Petter
THE END OF SENTIENCE
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Aug 30, 2020Aug 2020

Posted by Garen
The drinker I used to drink the shadow like a poisoner sipping, sipping at the bitter well until my blood ran cool and full of thorns saved up for lovers who would want to seek the truth of me I'd take the long way 'round through ...
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Jul 26, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Allamanda
copied from 'Brainpickings' - ODE TO BUTTONING AND UNBUTTONING MY SHIRT by Ross Gay No one knew or at least I didn’t know they knew what the thin disks threaded here on my shirt might give me in terms of ...
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Jul 21, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Cutiebeauty
About the covid pandemic... From a child's point of view.. I need a mask now Just to go outside, Mother Do I wanna play?
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Jul 4, 2020Jul 2020

Posted by Allamanda
How tragically fitting now. Midsummer XXVII Derek Walcott "Certain things here are quietly American - that chain-link fence dividing the absent roars of the beach from the empty ball park, its holes muttering the word umpire instead of empire; the...
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Jun 26, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Allamanda
on race:
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Jun 19, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Allamanda
Not in the current meaning of 'dog-whistle' but I think people will like this poem.
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Jun 18, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by TO_BY
Entangled Particles
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Sex, Love, and Kinky Things, What's Your Pleasure?
Jun 15, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by TO_BY
THIGHfetish I'm falling again. Under the stem of a dandelion. Hollow tube. Thick. Chubby. I'm always drawn to them. Across a room. In a crowd. I hear their siren call. Ripped out jeans, And juice, Turn my head. Still, nothing beckons puts me more ...
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Jun 10, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by TO_BY
Graphis (Graphic Poem)
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Jun 4, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by TO_BY
Graphis (graphic poem)
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May 17, 2020May 2020

Posted by Allamanda
A favourite poem, it seems more and more apt: Good Bones BY MAGGIE SMITH Life is short, though I keep this from my children. Life is short, and I’ve shortened mine in a thousand delicious, ill-advised ways, a thousand deliciously ill-advised ...
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May 16, 2020May 2020

Posted by TO_BY
The Gibson Girl An artist named Charles Dana Gibson, Who lived much the same time as Ibsen, Drew women quite tall, Who never went to the Mall, And never heard of Women's Lib, son.
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May 6, 2020May 2020

Posted by azzow2
I have not composed in quite a while, this could need work. It also needs a title. Blip and skip thud went the ripple in the pool casting aside only silly fools.  Crashing along the ponds edge bank the waves echoed anomalously.  Glimmer of the ...
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Apr 8, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Arachne
Romance is still in fashion- I see romance in the longing looks when eyes lock and lovingly drink in features that are new or very well known and worn. Romance exists in the soft stroke to a cheek, the lightest of touch to tousled strands to set...
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Apr 3, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
Birds, Humans, and Mirrors by JT Daughton a bird does not like to be alone, preferring company, of either sex, in an intimacy most humans do not understand, or believe. a bird is not human, still, both are animals, of community, with some ...
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Mar 22, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by Allamanda
TODAY, ANOTHER UNIVERSE by Jane Hirshfield The arborist has determined: senescence beetles canker quickened by drought but in any case not prunable not treatable not to be propped....
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Mar 20, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by anonymous
Wow, just wow. Coronavirus in China.
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Mar 7, 2020Mar 2020

Posted by neutralite
People interestedin Talkingto animals.
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Posted by AllamandaNot in the current meaning of 'dog-whistle' but I think people will like this poem.

Posted by TO_BYEntangled Particles

Posted by TO_BYGraphis (Graphic Poem)

Posted by TO_BYGraphis (graphic poem)

Posted by neutralite[youtu.be] today... was a day. ✂️ Squeak in the music room on this site, that's what to do.

Posted by RemiforceDEATH IS SO FINAL--Youth La Boheme days in our small boyhood town, drinking cheap wine, smoking grass all night in some artist's studio, staggering forth into the bleary translucent twilight dawn.

Posted by RemiforceWHEN MY BROTHER LEFT FOR NAM--We looked across the field of death & maiming, in our youthful half knowing, the war raging in the media suddenly close & personal,like a car crash We drank to ...

Posted by RemiforceMY AGE IS IMPATIENT.

Posted by BohoHeathenThis is just a poem of past experiences.

Posted by PetterAbstinence indeed!

Posted by AstralSmokeWanting Wanting to be broken utterly split apart with a mighty tearing like an apple broken to unfold the delicate open veined petal pattern inside the fruit .

Posted by MiizzunderstoodWE WILL BE HOME SOON MOM.

Posted by Stargazer13And this is what you mean to me… That I see beauty and feel lovely in a dark, broken and rusted world Because you love me, I’ve been brave And opened into full bloom beneath the gaze of ...

Posted by Stargazer13Dog days are over Picking every four leaf clover Gonna break out of every box they put me in This soul is hungry and divine sugar my sin Personal evolution Fated love the revolution Raw ...

Posted by Stargazer13I've heard the stories of your empty world Devoid of soft touches And the rare souls that cross lifetimes, to see again through eyes captured in silent and consummate knowing I've listened to ...

Posted by EldovisWing Of Desire From your woman body Like a wing was born my desire It grew from your body entire From your feet to your hips From your light waist To your shoulders spring Like a wing was ...

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