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Posted by guntis
My first animated poetry film. Please support me by subscribing, liking and sharing, but most importantly enjoying it. Thank you!
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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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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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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 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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Jan 1, 2020Jan 2020

Posted by Kymmacg
A poem written for another new year's day, by another Kym, in another lifetime The new year has broken the old one shattered glittering on the new snow beckoning to passers-by Pieces stick to my soul splinters embedded so deeply they have ...
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Oct 17, 2019Oct 2019

Posted by Organist1
I'm going to my first poetry reading tonight. It's not that I am a new poet, but that I have never read my poems in public before. I hope I don't get booed off the stage. :D
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Sep 9, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by azzow2
Working on some Halloween poems. I usually listen to them on the immersed reader on One Note Microsoft seems to have redacted this feature. Crazy Coven: Bellowed and yelped did the yellow conjurer into the hollow hallow Ripe is tripe cried ...
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Sep 8, 2019Sep 2019

Posted by KrisSmith1
She was the poetry but he couldn't read The composition throughout the mission that he couldn't heed Strategized all the paths to the ocean that he wouldn't lead Was like the juices from the sacred roses that wouldn't bleed Making a way for one to...
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Jul 31, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by yvilletom
English, our language, Has two excellent uses: Poetry and fraud. When will desire end? Said the centenarian, “I will let you know.”
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Jul 8, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by KrisSmith1
On July 8, I gotta see the connection's real Throughout the midst you're my abyss declared through my selection deal "Never" and "Cannot" shall be the main that our affection kills Let me be your knights armor, see how the protection feels ...
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Jul 5, 2019Jul 2019

Posted by davknight
fore scores and seven years ago john wayne and the green berets stormed jiwo ima and took back fifth avenue from the evil king george who was prince of whales in 1492 neil armstrong sailed the ocean blue he bought up plymouth rock and built ...
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Jun 5, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by KrisSmith1
Observing the gray skies after the flooded chapter That I speak about through poetry, feel her beloved rapture While I meditate, pay little attention to ruggish hackers In this universe with motivated versus sluggish actors Don't let the dreary ...
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May 24, 2019May 2019

Posted by KrisSmith1
Her flavor is savory like some honey dip Throughout the blooming season that's keeping a summer bunny hip She holds me down within my zone, falling of is a funny flip She's known as poetry to be my light through this sunny trip Versus encounters...
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May 1, 2019May 2019

Posted by Petter
Here's a poem I wrote at school, some sixty plus years ago, using different spellings for the same sound (rhyme) I find it really quite absurd That when an Englishman is heard To say an ordinary word Its spelling cannot be inferred. For he follows ...
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Apr 23, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by Metahuman
A crazy taoist poem We see with our mind, not with our eye So many crawl, so few fly Because they fail to see, and so fail to see All that they are, and all they could be Understanding everything, realizing nothing Can you see past duality and ...
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Apr 23, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by Allamanda
We're having a drought but tonight it started to rain again, and this old poem turned up from 10 rainy seasons ago: Raintime It has rained for so long, days and weeks and hurricane forecasts ever since you left - the verges are running and thick ...
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Apr 10, 2019Apr 2019

Posted by azzow2
This needs a title. This is my first poem to post to this group. I have written many poems. I had several published on poetry.com if you had used this web site in the past you know it that the site vanished along with many poets works Destiny walks...
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Mar 22, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Allamanda
A poem about where I go in Haiti - Ile a Vache On the galerie the baby calls out with a sound like "allelulia" his grandmother replies the same, perched on a stiff Haitian chair with a seat of twisted pandanus leaf. The dog lies under her feet,...
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Mar 22, 2019Mar 2019

Posted by Beowulfsfriend
first love poem in a couple decades. For a lady I met here. Poetry in the Guise of Love Bukowski is a god and i am in love with a goddess a red haired, blue eyed, Irish woman with unwavering, undulating, distilled philosophy from...
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Feb 3, 2019Feb 2019

Posted by KrisSmith1
It's not all about the competition or knowing how good you are Or who's turf goes the hardest or showing off how hood you are It's not about the candy paint you drip and all the wood you scar It's not about the ice and the fame on the scene like ...
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Jan 18, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by Petter
Are We Mad? Are we mad to love so madly? Is this but a fleeting dream? Will we wake to realise, sadly, It was but a "might have been"? Be you wraith or be you substance? I only know I love you so. Should you be wraith, to me your substance Is yet ...
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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

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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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