Posts tagged ‘Creative Writing’

July 23, 2017

Poem of the Day – Bleak Scratched Picture

by paturnerlee

Bleak Scratched Picture


Hanging barnacles,

Scraped from ships; for funeral windows

Covered in sheets to cover the able

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July 17, 2017

Contrasts, a big pond & an affinity

by Jem Croucher

As a rule you will find me
surrounded by green
I’m often the nicest place
you’ll have seen

The winter skies are
blue/grey and bright
The reflection of snow
glimmers by night

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July 13, 2017

Poem of the Day – Talking dripping riddles

by paturnerlee

Talking dripping riddles


Flash photography driven:

Reflecting black window vehicles

Cynical plywood fantasies wouldn’t be an issue

As tissue damp with rain from broken gutter spreads mustard seeds burning.

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June 27, 2017

Welcome To The Encore

by helenmidgley


June 21, 2017

Poem of the Day – Bloated Sea

by paturnerlee

Bloated Sea


Chuckle at winter thoughts; turning to Spring

Singing songs that mean more to mermaids than shells

Telling tales to whispering winds.

Things in bell towers ringing; true to the sun.

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June 11, 2017

Poem of the Day – Parked Open

by paturnerlee

Parked Open


Scalpel drawn in cut window seat

Completing the blood slit treat

Spending whisky a go go dancing decibels and burger bar banter

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June 9, 2017


by helenmidgley


June 1, 2017

Poem of the Day – Yes Ports Are Full

by paturnerlee

Yes Ports Are Full


High placed scenario: fallen from grace

Displaced; washing winds away

Corked eyes misty and sick of feeling.

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May 22, 2017

Poem of the Day – Ahtuf Kontrol

by paturnerlee



Feeling, swimming; entering an instinct


Polished glass chipped in fathoms

Chasms deep; dark and missing

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May 21, 2017

Poem of the Day – AHTUF PATROL

by paturnerlee



Stale crusts, broken from edges of time:

Dry ripped and bitten.


Sitting in windows bleating

Whistling tunes to bar telling salesmen

Selling chisels for cleverly accounting wizards.

Scraping juice frozen on glass topped mountains.

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May 14, 2017

On The Edge

by helenmidgley



Text & Adaption : Helen Midgley

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May 14, 2017

Poem of the Day – Tickled Ink

by paturnerlee

Tickled Ink


Checked and crusty; wrapped in foil

Lining the out of body experience

In certain decision making appearance

We part in heart breaking silence

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May 2, 2017

Poem of the Day – Bucket Lump

by paturnerlee


Bucket Lump




Piles of pockets torn;


Crushing crest fallen penance


Because we dreamed of picked out harmonies


Charming trees that whistle in the wind:


Tunes with meaning.

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May 1, 2017

Different, Yet The Same

by helenmidgley

The same


Text & Adaption : Helen Midgley

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April 27, 2017

Poem of the day – Absolute

by paturnerlee



Freezing, captured; falling for a crest of a wave

To stay: in wind curling white as the crinkled lace curtain flutters

Stained with yellow time

Felled because the inside is rotten

Forgotten the impact of a decision

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March 29, 2017

Poem the Day – Blazing Grey

by paturnerlee

Blazing Grey


Banked up buildings of soaking sand

Crumble in warm shallow pools of crushed ideas

A mere step away from the edge of the cliff

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March 23, 2017

Poem of the Day – Bell String

by paturnerlee

Bell String


Trawling levels of sand filled paper cups from stolen ships

Trips to the heart

A start of a new beginning; singing and dancing tunes

Balloons floating high to burst over purple shivering seas

Pleased to be in harmony

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March 22, 2017

Happy World Poetry Day!: An Homage to William Wordsworth

by scatterednotebooks

Ah, once again, there they go,
a slight roll of the eyes
and a recoil from something foul,
but we know – you and I –

but most I’ve met in daily life
react with mild disdain

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March 11, 2017

Poem of the Day – Broken Steam

by paturnerlee

Broken Steam


Slaves to dreams, to memories; to fallen friends

Or were they just companions: overtly closed hearted, hiding

Residing in the world of pain; the strain of reason

A seasonal challenge

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February 21, 2017

Poem of the day – Round the Oval

by paturnerlee

Round the Oval


Greased tin

Silver tongue soliloquies;

Wrapped around a vowel to spur on the empty headed

An assertive enquiry from the lift attendant.

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February 21, 2017

the last match

by S Francis

in my hand
i hold a match
the last match
from the box
dare me to light it
see what will burn
your soft lips
surround my dare
contain the fire
inside and invite
residual heat

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February 19, 2017

Poem of the day – Trapped in Schism

by paturnerlee

Trapped in Schism


Secret held in clever folding paper sleeves

Only skin deep perception

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February 18, 2017

Poem of the Day – Diesel Drapes

by paturnerlee


Diesel Drapes


Hanging in stains, flecked with golden thread.

Dead to the world, a tapping

A symbol of time!

Chiming, a drop in the ocean

A notion frozen in crystals of tears.

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February 11, 2017


by helenmidgley



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February 8, 2017

Poem of the Day – Sore Song Tense

by paturnerlee

Sore Song Tense


Pot thrown in blistering, crackling time

Closed in sweet smelling harmony

Touched by passion; fashioned in iron cast extremes

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February 7, 2017

Memory and Bliss

by Morgan

Memory and Bliss

Speak to my Heart, O Love;

Sing from my Soul, to Yours, True One;

Enrapture me with the Blissful Touch of Your Love

And I shall Ever Know True Happiness,

True Contentment;

In Knowing You


In Being Known by You,

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February 5, 2017

Poem of the Day – Escape the Prism

by paturnerlee

Escape the Prism


Trucker scheme flagged up procession

A concession to later fees; it covers problems

Building shovel shoe accolades; silver plated to polish teeth

Saw rubbing bone structures broken

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February 2, 2017

Poem of the Day – White and Pink

by paturnerlee

White and Pink


Bluster, bleak and seen to be chosen

Frozen in moments

A slim chance to be teased

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