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Sep 7, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by Petter
THE END OF SENTIENCE
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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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Feb 9, 2020Feb 2020

Posted by KrisSmith1
I'm at one for a diverse brigade To rock another decade with production in the works that made Hearing thoughts on the super moon, passionate's how its curse is played Within it's trip around the earth, peeping the sacred purpose laid To mark ...
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Jan 28, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by Shawno1972
When proper "meter" don't rightly "matter:" The Divine Axioms of Backwater Beauty Suppos'n you’ve got a fine stairway t' climb The highest reaches o' all the humankind Rest, you might, sittin' down at the top Lookin' out o’er the vast ...
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Jan 27, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
Here is a little something to make one think. Fibonacci’s Drudenfuss Mix up the words, mix up the day. Discover all art corrupts the play. From A to B to make a C. And yet, in stillness lost, perceive Bodily proportions and artists agree. ...
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Apr 2, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by Ceejay66
Tiger We leave our bodies just at the moment before the tiger eats us. This is what I was told by a friend once when we were talking about love being all consuming. We leave our bodies first because the fear of being eaten alive is overwhelming....
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Feb 18, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by AstralSmoke
Wanting 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 . I am arrogant knowing what I can do for a man . I am arrogant for fear I may be broken ...
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Oct 24, 2018Oct 2018

Posted by Eldovis
From an old Italian saying " All my life I drank from my own cup all my life I ate from my own plate with so many liars...
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Jun 22, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by pixiedust
This is a Job Hunt poem I threw together for a humorous speech contest. Later, I also used a copy of it in an Artist Trading Card. Sadly, some of the poem is true. I love to work I really do I love to hunt for new jobs, too I love to sweat, I love ...
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Jun 6, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by Ciravolostone
Hey it has been a while since I put anything here and then I saw one of the members asking for us to get jiggy with it. (posting pieces) This first piece was written in 1979. I was already over monotheism. The poem is about how monotheism is a ...
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May 22, 2018May 2018

Posted by Faithless1
It's not by me, and it's long, but I love it. Is there another group just for posting poems that you love, or should I start one? Pain for a Daughter Anne Sexton Blind with love, my daughter has cried nightly for horses, those long-necked marchers ...
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May 16, 2018May 2018

Posted by ejbman
Shame Man Rattle my bones into shame, tell me where I am bad. Humiliate identity, give me a name: Scheherazade. Tight black clothing stretched to fit, constricting so I cannot sit. Written hard onto my skin, a list: debauchery and sin- for which ...
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May 15, 2018May 2018

Posted by PeterHammond
Drunk on the Sun Sonia. A bloody day in Beirut, seemed like there was bleeding all over the world But we were drunk on the sun that day Sonia On the river, people were sick, no one knew yet But we were drunk on the Sun and steaming North Too drunk ...
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May 15, 2018May 2018

Posted by Tcstrause
Tell me that you miss me if you have time ask me how Im doing I’ll say just fine staying busy keeping dizzy in the confines of your world thats unfurled time to refine realign missing days can't be spent here so abound running round in your own ...
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May 9, 2018May 2018

Posted by KrisSmith1
"Perceptions" They say that all first impressions are everything​ With a designated plan down to land under every wing A sacred throne that's known to be home from the acts of every king While the bass of the melody rock from each and every string...
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May 8, 2018May 2018

Posted by azzow2
This is one of my darker poems. Once over mangled: Bitter are the cocktails of memories that haunt our lives. Sour hours of dread and somersaulting thoughts. Sucked in the twirling chasm of been there done that vertigo. Walk down the path of ...
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May 6, 2018May 2018

Posted by sjjr
: : : Eulogy My atmosphere If you were here I could breathe you- Be my oxygen I can't pretend I don't need you- My flame won't flicker without you, this is my fear My fire will fade without you but my smoke won't clear I'm smoldering for ...
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May 5, 2018May 2018

Posted by ProudMerry
Guess I'm feeling a bit lonely this morning. I'll post the link to the song. Sad as a Gypsy Serenading the Moon Foggy mist hangs over bottom land, apple tree in bloom. k.d. lang on the stereo singing Skylark as no one ever has. "Have you seen a ...
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May 4, 2018May 2018

Posted by pan_heathen97
This is a poem I wrote about a year ago when I was still a Christian. It’s similar to my last poem, but it’s a bit darker and more personal. Enough of the heartbreak, enough of the pain. Just let me live one day where I’m feeling sane. I ...
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Apr 29, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by gingit4
EPHEMERAL I am ephemeral Here yet not A figment of your imagination A dream not yet dreamed I am the shadow stalking Your peripheral vision The extra beat of your heart The tear that involuntarily falls I am the hunger That cannot be fed The ...
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Apr 29, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by azzow2
Ever difference: Fear like bark on a tree covers it all, here Fido. Scared like a scarab, lethal and rare on any bear. Love wrapped in a blanket keeps you warm, like a fire on a cold windy night. Happy dressed in a jacket, snug and ...
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Apr 23, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Tcstrause
Of all the feelings a person may have like joy and happiness which cause a laugh to fear and anger and feeling small I’ve found that loneliness is...the worst of all. no one around no ears to hear a voice so hollow with loneliness here. solitude ...
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Apr 18, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Razorjelly
Mice on the realm of knowing soon shall overcome the worry, soon shall destroy with subtle precision, the vision, blurred over cold years of abandonment, with such ease that even as the skin burns, I shall cry out in joy...Yes!...Yes!
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Posted by AllamandaNot in the current meaning of 'dog-whistle' but I think people will like this poem.

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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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