Posts tagged ‘corner’

March 28, 2021

Thoughts to Paint

by Venkat

the time I poured
in velvet corners
waiting as a bud
to sip in cold arms

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September 8, 2018

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by dokurtybitz

Off in my corner

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September 19, 2015

Sides and Corners

by Venkat

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In every dark side
There is a better corner
To discover light

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March 10, 2015

Ancient symbols

by Harry

Submitted by Zee kallah
 
 
Speak then to me in ancient symbols.
I shall respond in memories uncharted.
Walk then with me in childhood adventure.
I shall lick this popsicle
first offered to a puppy.

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February 6, 2015

Poem of the Day — Mixed with wishes

by paturnerlee

Mixed with Wishes

 

Slender, tender smoothly enticing,

White fur whisked with cream

A risky dish replacement,

A first course spice on tongue depiction

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December 1, 2014

Speak Gentle Softness

by Morgan

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Speak Gentle Softness

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October 21, 2014

In Your Presence

by Morgan

door

Sweet, Let All anticipation come,
To stand at the door of my Heart and Knock,
Waiting in Breathless Yearning for the Answer
Only You can Give.
In Supplication I come,
My uncertainties Cast Asunder,
And like a lowly beggar, do Kneel at Your feet,

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June 15, 2014

Neither Locked, Nor Spilt

by Venkat

A scarlet deep sky of today
Could be silky azure of morrow
A white puffed cloud on the way
Can become heavy in its hollow

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July 21, 2013

what swims in my vodka

by suicidallyanonymous

They click around
old quotes
and melt heavy-lidded records
in convection ovens,
in remembrance
of half-baked crooners
that serenaded
the aliens in your pocket.

Within foggy spaces
between the lips

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July 9, 2013

Slip-Sliding

by journeyintopoetry

This morning when I woke up
I could feel it;
it’s been hovering for weeks,
inescapable feeling of losing grip,
oil-coated life slipping
through slithery-dithery hands.
Dependant on so many
for so much,
each doing their
not-good-enough best
because it’s not my way;
simultaneous overspill of gratitude;

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March 18, 2013

Tonight, I listened

by Hazel Dulay

I closed my eyes and listened

To the hum of million sleeping minds

To the tiresome sonata of crickets and frogs

To the crack of the parting moon and sun

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January 15, 2013

Animal friends

by Shashi Moore
Murray picture from Telegraph

Hound

Once loved for his tricks,

And Cherished for his skills,

Challenged by his brittle bones,

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