March 25, 2015

Poetry challenge: Trinet poem.

by Harry

The Trinet, created by zion, is a form with these specifications:

Line 1 – 2 words
Line 2 – 2 words
Line 3 – 6 words
Line 4 – 6 words
Line 5 – 2 words
Line 6 – 2 words
Line 7 – 2 words

Repeat this pattern 2 more times, if centered correctly it looks like three crosses.

Example below:
Answered Prayer

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March 31, 2015

An evening out

by Jem Croucher

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A manic day, rushing about
More emails in than emails out
Early start and finish late
Not denting much my full workstate Continue reading

March 31, 2015

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by dokurtybitz

There is no coincidence
Only the vibrating threads
Of our wyrd
As they tangle with
One another

March 30, 2015

My Lucky Fin

by Rellick

My grandson was born without the use of one arm. The nerves ripped apart from his spine to his arm at birth left it useless. Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Poem of the day– Frustration Passing

by paturnerlee

Frustration – Passing

I crash bonnets with bullets crying troubled stories of windswept landscapes

In my tent, barking with morning malice in jaw stretching repitition

Then I challenge visionary women clasping bar bra madness

Standing steady with pretty ringlets, calling shots in my minds eye a rough sea kaleidoscope. Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Ignite vs Stifle ~ haiku

by Colly

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Clogging

Chocking

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March 30, 2015

Plague-Haiku

by Elizabeth

While you rest at night

Dressed in black she will find you

No hope but illness

March 30, 2015

Forbearing Easter ~ haiku

by Colly

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Easter

returns Continue reading

March 30, 2015

So Special

by Venkat

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you are a bead, so special
strung amongst us, on this earth
half look below, on your footsteps
to follow the rhythm you set upon
the remaining half look up, above
by your inspiration, to see stars Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Passion Undone

by Peter Notehelfer

The old cherry tree
Too long gone unpruned
Greets spring without blossoms
The life is gone from all the limbs
Its branches snap brittle to the touch
All branches that is except for one
Which out of its sheer obstinacy
Shouts ‘passion undone’
To a heedless world

March 30, 2015

Gentle Embrace

by Morgan

Embrace

The Breath of Life Eternally Surrounds,

Tenderly Reaching,

Offering,

Holding us Ever Close. Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Two ‘somethings’

by Jem Croucher

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I had two ‘somethings’, threw them high
watched them as they kissed the sky
Today was grey, but has been blue
and I’ve known it red and yellow too
First of summer here today
Though you’d never know from all the grey Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Some Day

by roopesh

I close my eyes for those glittery dreams
to sweep me over into the world which I own,
where I am respected with dignity
and loved with care. Continue reading

March 30, 2015

The Cobblestone Path

by jaybluepoems

Along this cobbled path I find a peace of mind beneath an arc of wooded shade that calms the day, grants a cool and welcomed dark.
The city, all but gone here, echoes histories’ whispered tones of carriages culled in laughter midst heavy hooves upon the stones.
No rush of time betrays this scene, as slowly drifts this path, eternal.
Horizon calls a timeless point where all resolves, green and vernal. Continue reading

March 30, 2015

Roses ~ form writing

by Colly

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Roses

Some give – some take

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March 29, 2015

Vegetation Gestation

by Colly

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With all

things love endures.

Warm sunlight encourages bloom. Continue reading

March 29, 2015

Scales of perception

by bwal2014

Sitting amongst a city of clover,

Watching the bees lazily

Crawl over flower petals.

I exist on the bee’s scale.

A little league soccer game

Pedals through periods over

Miles and miles of prairies.

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March 29, 2015

The King’s Disdain

by Harry

Submitted by Aditi Shinde


 
 
A vivid glimpse of a grey shadow,
A frail physique, breaking down into pieces..
Once a martyr walking down the dense reef,
Today he is left to mere ashes..

A mystery lies in his eye,
A tale beholds his journey..
Away from the capes and canyons,
Unheard lies his destiny..
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March 29, 2015

A Heaven, Yes

by Venkat

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from a seed we come
to a seed we so go
planted on this heaven
we burn ourselves to find

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March 29, 2015

Flawed Recollection

by mkvecchitto

history

Today becomes abstract

as it is archived in the pages of history Continue reading

March 29, 2015

~ Springs Subtle Seduction

by ladyliterati

~ Springs Subtle Seduction

What melodies sweep down the vale
Upon springs soft subtle breeze
What color greets the eye
On buds that bloom with ease

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March 29, 2015

Hidden strength

by Jem Croucher

Groyne Two

With a calming serenity, the lapping sea
silently approaches the shore
and with the faintest of whispers, turns on itself
before slipping back for more Continue reading

March 29, 2015

Union Work

by Peter Notehelfer
Katherine Sandoz www.sandozia.com

Katherine Sandoz http://www.sandozia.com

The robins
are at work
The busy work
of building nests
They fly back & forth
yard to tree to yard to tree
Here a twig There some twine

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March 28, 2015

A new life, Trinet poem

by Harry

Poetry challenge: Trinet poem

Submitted by Sweetykannoth

A new life

Heart beats

Tear drops

The first signs of new life

Smiles of happiness in the room

Mother’s treasure

Father’s pride

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March 28, 2015

Spring Ballerina

by Colly

One two three tap tap tap
Green tutu whirls tap n tap Continue reading

March 28, 2015

Fly!

by Rev Cheryl Birch

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FLY!
Higher
Go Higher
Fly!

Wind
Soar
Strong Wind
Soar Higher!

Fear?
Why?
Let Go!
Fly!

Peace
Way up High
Soaring
Quiet Sky

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March 28, 2015

Romantic Twilight

by Colly

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Your eyes blue oceans ripple the sea.
My heart pounds – yearning for thee.
A quest for true love lit by moonlight. Continue reading

March 28, 2015

Societies Child

by Rellick

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Nurtured to culture

Accepted by society

Stepping on others like a vulture

Getting notoriety Continue reading

March 28, 2015

Thank You for Inquiring About My Day

by Peter Notehelfer
 Jan Karlton brannersgallery.com

Jan Karlton   brannersgallery.com

Thank You for Inquiring About My Day

      I fed the dog
After dawn
I filled my cup
with the sunrise
Next thing I knew
it was already 9:00
Feeling hungry I ate
a bowl of Cascades
covered in cream
down to the sea
which kept me
until noon 
      I watered the dog  Continue reading

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