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Posts Tagged "religious" By azzow2 (79) Posts by anyone

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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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Jul 8, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by tipi
Logical haiku Terrians are family. Family is united. Hence Terrians are united. terracare terraprotectivity protectdonotabuse protectiveastheclouds (Terrian=terrestrial, Earth child)
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Jul 4, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Stargazer13
You began like the elusive light of fireflies flickering, making me inhale, wide-eyed with wonder and delight. You progressed to a sparkler that had me mesmerized and not wanting to let go as the burning flare set my skin ablaze with its heat. You ...
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Jun 30, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by ProudMary
Road Trip Leave early, no western sun in my eyes, take roads less traveled, time to spare. A drive beautiful and desolate, high summer, curvaceous roads reveal shades of green. The music is modern, odd for my advanced years, My 13-year-old ...
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Jun 22, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by azzow2
Was going for something different is an older poem needs work. Aloft about: Aloft lift you quaff, poof in a puff you gather all your stuff. Aware, in a stare, she twists her hair. Beware the fair are rare. Bygones, rebound to remind you. ...
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Jun 14, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by pixiedust
This haiku of hope was inspired by the planning session for an employee network on disability that I am a member of. Kindness and respect, All differences reflect Our caring culture.
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Jun 10, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by pixiedust
I attended a poetry book launch last night. "My daughter and I attended a book launch yesterday evening for Edward Willett&039;s first book of ..."
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Jun 9, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by azzow2
Needs a better title. Empty power: Shattered glass hiding in hollowed past. Bright of night blinded by insight. Dusk be dawn cowardice so long. Panic with lust there is no trust in rusted bust. Shallow down the hollow well of tomorrows. Swim ...
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Jun 7, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by fjwilhelm
Giving A Voice To The Rats I must leave you now, For there are rats in the granary, Feeding upon the stored future, I must give voice to the rats and, Watch as they feed, Upon one another.
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Jun 7, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by KrisSmith1
"Something About You" It's something bout the way you walk, it's something bout the way you smile It's something bout the way you talk, you're stunting out the way you style It's something bout the way you make my heart skip, curate a mile It's ...
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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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Jun 5, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by RaaChenn
CRUCIFIXION Note: The following is not a religious poem so don't be offended by it. I wrote it after the first time I saw Salvador Dali's "Crucifixion." It's just a story. Maybe it's about a psychotic who ks he's Jesus Christ. It's six o'clock ...
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May 30, 2018May 2018

Posted by fjwilhelm
INSANITY Oh Jonathan! Behold! Ye old man of Puritanical mind; Buried in your Holy Book, Lost in your thoughts, Searching for Truth, Obeying 's Ultimate Command; Thou shalt not reject ! The Unpardonable Sin; Your Sanity precariously ...
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May 17, 2018May 2018

Posted by KrisSmith1
Commit reservations with you, I'm more than able Rumors that your flow was never meant for me, ignore the fable Gotta stand together while we're making sure the floor is stable Through our connection of affection while we restore the cable Manifesto...
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May 16, 2018May 2018

Posted by KrisSmith1
"Poetry I Choose You" Yes sweet poetry, know it's me and you Through the ups and downs throughout the rounds I clearly see in you Manifestation in the making's what I proceed to do And bleed to do Savoring your passion's what I heed to do Addicted ...
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May 16, 2018May 2018

Posted by SimonCyrene
One line Poem mouths mutter.
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May 15, 2018May 2018

Posted by rcandlish
Suddenly, a little bird awoke outside, beyond my window's ledge and sweetly chirped her expectation somewhere upon the privet hedge. Though still the sky was dark, unprovoked, she bravely sang. I wondered why? As if her little heart could understand ...
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Apr 26, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Artsprig
A father has power Even when separated by years His words are how he is remembered If they bring joy or tears Even if only letters of support On birthdays and holidays Or just because A father's words Can cage or free Nurture or cause misery The ...
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Apr 24, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by azzow2
Here is a crude very crude humorous attempt. TJ: Toe jam the dance floor and causes wonder more. Jelly jam swab it on with suffusion whats all the confusion. Door jam dam don't slam that dam dam. Log jam juggle and toggle that bungle....
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Apr 19, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Greymattersuit
The Mask Maker After the mask was carved Had been oiled and sanded And attached with glue To expectant skin You admired the craft work The way ash transitioned To white oak frame Said the ridges were too smooth To be an imitation But when I didn't ...
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Apr 19, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by azzow2
Labyrinth of buoyancy: Marching heart stampeding to a halt no memories are at fault. Intrepid with vivid ideas, blank is the solicitation on the canvas, anhydrous ink spilling into my well. Step in time jiggle a gambol, motionless in the ...
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Apr 19, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by ProudMerry
Not a poem--just a thank you. When I lost my husband last year I lost both my reading mojo and my writing mojo. It's been a struggle but this group is really helping me. The bitch is back!
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Apr 17, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by HeraTera
Thoughts from a teenager... I am lying here dead The music swells around my head And my ears ring. I can't seem to think and my eyes have to blink to keep back the tears. The radio sings a song Through it shows my fears. The words of the song ...
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Apr 15, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by Greymattersuit
Muse Poem: Survivor's Smoke Break The new widow buys two packs Seneca red 100's Not for the taste but the price The swelling of nicotine The pulmonary release Of reclaiming the weight on her chest In a placid moment after a month's maelstrom She ...
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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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