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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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The Poets Are Dead
by Tim Hoffman



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Make the words yours
by Michelle Smith

Describe the Day (rondeau form of poetry)

Describe the day... please, Max implores
Just take a break from chalkboard chores
I won't break silence in roister
Is it dry,


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The Sage
by Njoyim Elisha

The Sage

 

Adam, let Eve be,

 Come and Lie with me

 And make the Future free.

No woman was

There to utter things as

Sweet as these to save

Us



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Poetry
by Ashmi Sheth

If your eyes have enough compassion to see,

Every other eye sings poetry . . .



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I've been waiting for you . . .
by Ashmi Sheth

Just hold me in your arms,

And never let me go;

I’ve been craving for your love,

And I ask for nothing more.

 

I’ve been longing for restful calmness

That



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The Blowing Wind
by Mitzi Danielson-Kaslik

There must be a reason the wind blows.

The sun shines so the crops can grow,

The night comes with darkness to sleep,

The leaves grow to produce



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Ben's Back
by Austin Mitchell

BEN’S BACK
a Poem
by Austin Mitchell

That morning we ran to school
We had to be early
The morning was so cool
We could see



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Words
by Raynolds Moseamedi

The beginning and soon to be the end
Money we love less of them we spend
All untold and clearly fold
Unused in the lives



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BLAME IT ON THE MONEY
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Look at our daughters
They now show no ill in laying with men old as their fathers
Look at our sons
Nothing is holding them



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Sweet Architect
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Sweet architect!
I hope you are listening to the clamors in my head
I hope you see the pain I feel in my chest
I



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The inner force 1
by mohamad safan

The inner force
1- Believe
He couldn't believe that
He could imagine in fact
That can be the weakest
Convert to be the strongest
The



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Guinea Pepper Seed Poetry
by Waveney Lander-Walters

He called my poem
Wise and tropical
The heat of the Caribbean:

The tongue of the goddess
Years of eating so much
Fishcakes lace



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I Was In Love With The Poem
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I was in love with a Poem:

The poet lured her victims into her wild kingdom of
Word, words, words, that
became the forest



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The Vatican
by Ronald Campbell

woe to you evil men, the priesthood is dead go run and tell it! for eternal power gave it religion. which men has turn it



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Haiku
by Amy Lawson

3 lines a Haiku.
Seventeen syllabels tell,
A lifetime of words.

But the modern day is contemporary,
Lives are captured in the words.
Far from the



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Family Battle Royales
by Donna Brattain

rare pink diamonds, haloed children glittering bits saunter on airy ground bright sparks lively in imps' played mischief going left, going right, going all desired sides mama's mind has


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THE DUST ON WORLD'S EYES
by PASTOR OMOJEVWE EMMANUEL

                                                         THE DUST ON WORLD’S EYES.

The earth  crying  of pains , the Sky’s  eyes running tears, complains of losing sight. 

Rolling in phases  the  destruction



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Swallow's Solitude
by P. S. Remesh Chandran

 

The hillocks where the village folk

Assembled for a fun-

There then at length dissected all

Subjects under the sun.

 

The roadside shop, where middle age



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Nature And Me On The Riverside
by P. S. Remesh Chandran


When I appear there Nature seems to
Dance and dance and dance,
When I disappear she is prone to
Weep and



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Sophist
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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Today I Had A Strange Experience
by P. S. Remesh Chandran

 

Today I had a strange experience,
Not in this group but in another group.

‘Poetry and Lit′rature' it is not,
In



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Awakening
by P. S. Remesh Chandran

 

Him fountain of eternal joy from
Where life is renewed,
Ageing and life to be drained out, exit
From the world is



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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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IF I DIED TONIGHT…
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

I’d have unfinished business

I’d have unsent birthday cards

I’d have unsung melodies

I’d have unwritten poems

I’d have unpainted canvases askew

But you would always remember

The last words I



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