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Art Poems

Thine Art Loveth
by William Kekaula


HARK, whilst thee singeth melody,

gauged labyrinths midst harmony,

ransom subconscious, placed thee free,

persuade possessed, heed thy purged glee,

beg reposed heart thy beating plea.

Themes prune labor to

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Two consciousness
by Nathan Munroe

                                            Where am I? 


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by Zuzanna Salinska

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by Rebekah Gibson



A glimpse of Calvary let me see,

Thine agony Thou suffered for me

Redemption for all Thine goal

Thou sheddest Thy precious blood

To ransom the darkest soul



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by Brandon Connor

An explosion of hair in her face is disclosing
the beauty of the eyes veiled beholding
a dream unfolding where the poor are gold and
war is at

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The Existence of a Superhero
by Victor Isaiah

In the vast sphere realm, Made of soils and Waters of the earth. Anticipated I the wayfare of no mayhem, While I traverse on the sea's heart. Embark I

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The cock in my hood
by Rita C. Chima

It crows at the dawn of day

Despite sun or rain

Its crowing resounds in my head

As I turn and toss on my bed

And when I step

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Art our way
by Sapphire Junaid

We are artists too

We like to draw

We don't hang out arts;

Not in galleries 

It's mostly hidden 

Under long sleeves and gloves. 


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My Pain
by Sheikh Shadi Marjan

In the tears of the flute 
I have lose far beyond 
The tune of the flute is like the tune of my cry 
She is

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by P. S. Remesh Chandran

A sophist saint in ancient Grecian land
Said whatever he said was a falsity,

Was asked to state anything before

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by Line Monique Gauthier


intricate designs grace wintry windows

       frosty lace across the pane

              angels sign their art work


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They Both Desire To Rule
by P. S. Remesh Chandran


Ages there are in which the ration'l man
And th'intuitive stand side by side, the one

In fear of intuition, or

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by Line Monique Gauthier


Well over a hundred years ago

The illustrious Vincent Willem Van Gogh

A genius somewhat like Michelangelo

With thousands of artworks in his cluttered studio

From the sublime to the

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by Line Monique Gauthier


O what emotions stirred

The colours and hues

The contrasts and textures

The splashes and strokes

Artists expressing it all

Serenity and madness

Gentleness and vulnerability

Passion and violence

Letting it surface

Like a

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by Line Monique Gauthier


Tiny little hole in the wall

Their real business putting on plays

But wee mini art exhibit

Open to the public

During the day


How I loved to slip away


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