Posts tagged ‘nature’

August 11, 2018

Haiku: 2018-08-11

by Venkat

symphonic voices
they fell before my ears came
after my eyes left


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August 7, 2018

Acrostic + Alliteration: 2018-08-07

by Venkat

Life loves, life leaves
Immerse islands, immerse itches
Nights numbered nights numbed

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July 30, 2018


by dokurtybitz

A torent crashing down
Beating down everything,

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July 6, 2018

Typhoon 7

by Nick Anthony

Why don’t you come back?
The day is not yet dawning,
The sun has yet to start shining,
And as far as I’m concerned,
There’s no evidence it ever will.
So why not come back to bed?

Why don’t you come back?
Dark grey clouds still cover the sky
Which has been sobbing since yesterday,
And shows no sign of stopping soon.
Mother Nature is under the weather,
So why not call in sick today?

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July 5, 2018


by dokurtybitz

The gods fight
You can hear them batter and

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July 1, 2018


by Bhavya Prabhakar, India

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Engulfed at the seashores,

wondering if I should go

back or wait

till the dawn.

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June 22, 2018

Summer Wars

by Renwick Berchild

The dust of Summer,
rubber, barbecue and
mT air that I beg might bring the rains, Neruda’s
gold ghost, Las Manos del Dia under an umbrella say
do I comprehend, how much it may mean
to meet a grizzled old tree
hale and green
after the many deaths
of teething Winter,
hollow poems
no justice
they cannot say,
Longfellow is out walking
my cautious light around the park.

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June 21, 2018

The Oak

by Nick Anthony

In the park there stands an old oak.
I know not how aged it is,
But it was here before I was
And it will remain long after I do not.

Every morning I pass by its thick trunk,
The oak waves its branches, goodbye.
And every night I drunkenly stumble home,
It’s standing still, in silent judgment.

Even when I dash past and miss its farewell
In the rush to catch the last possible train
To $9.50 an hour misery with no future,
I know the stoic oak is standing there,
Gayly laughing at my fleeting and meaningless struggles.

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June 17, 2018

Of planting and weeding and watching things grow

by Jem Croucher

Went to the allotment
the sun wasn’t there
But I attacked all the weeds
that had grown everywhere
And I planted nasturtiums
and more lavender too
To add to the ones which
from seedlings I grew

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June 16, 2018

New Music

by Jem Croucher

The quietness of the woodland brook
is always worth a second look

For with its trickle so it sings
and with it a new music brings

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June 10, 2018

Right time, right place

by Jem Croucher

In London quite early
(I was up with the lark)
So it’s still very quiet
in St James’ park

And just there by the lake
as I happenchanced by
A picture of heaven
for a smile and a cry

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June 5, 2018

Water Flows

by Jem Croucher

In rippling brook the water flows
Whence it came I do not know
Suffice to say its pleasant sound
is quite the nicest thing around

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June 3, 2018


by dokurtybitz

We sit
Smelling the sweet, heavy

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June 1, 2018


by Bhavya Prabhakar, India

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He peeled his skin, to see if

the blood has same purity as

the redness in his eyes,

the fact is silence

in the moonshine.


Purity has which colour

red or white

or is it because of the wine,

he coloured him red, to see if

he feels the purity as

the pure love in her eyes.

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May 31, 2018


by Bhavya Prabhakar, India


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The sunburns are red

The tanning is gold

The marks are real

The sweat is glowing

With the heat of the town.


She is burning

He is burning

To fire the conscious

To light the lamp

In the heat of the sun.

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May 19, 2018


by dokurtybitz

The night is wet and noisy,
Clammy hands cradle me

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May 16, 2018


by dokurtybitz

Limbs no longer bare

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May 14, 2018

Tsuyu: The Rainy Season

by Nick Anthony

As the conductor takes the stage,
The gentle drone of the audience
Turns to apprehensive, expectant silence
Awaiting the impending down stroke.

But before the ictus,
His rushing lift of the baton
Sends forth a gust of wind,
Chilling the air,
While raising the heat of anxiety.

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May 12, 2018


by dokurtybitz

I hide from her face,

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May 10, 2018

Stop and Stare

by Bhavya Prabhakar, India


Stop and stare

At the mirror

Is it the same reflection

When you were guilty?


The guilt raised the voice,

“I am not guilty

Of the old sin

Cemented with heavy bricks

Of the cold war.”


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May 9, 2018

Break Away

by Nick Anthony

Brown petal falling;
White life now wilted, but free
To Fear and Tremble.

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May 8, 2018

The Sneaker 外岩の詩

by Nick Anthony

Damselflies flutter about
Among the green, broad leafs
Above the mountain stream,
Darting through the river rocks
That make a natural bridge
To the mountain boulder field,
Where stone goliaths lie in wait.

Halfway up The Sneaker,
My love fights to hang on
To nothing more than a pebble:

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May 6, 2018


by dokurtybitz

The air chills my skin
As the wind gently blows

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May 4, 2018

Observation and Implementation!

by Bhavya Prabhakar, India

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Observing the sky

In the moonlight

Observing the sea

In the sunlight

Observing the mountains

In the sunshine.


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April 28, 2018

Inspiration (Micro poetry)

by Megha's World


I blog at Megha’s World

April 8, 2018

spring rising

by briannadawn

you write your memories
into the spring
you write your heart
into all of the lovely things
flowers, water ripples,

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April 3, 2018

Crimson Shadows in Black

by Venkat

clouds in crimson, wearing black
drop lights, wrapped in murmurs

rise stars, from your breath
shiver leaves, lounge no more

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March 31, 2018


by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

Tropical Plants Fill

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