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Visual Error
by Rosa Jamali

Visual Error
A poem by Rosa Jamali
Translated from original Persian into English by the author

Right at the center of universe
They opened my tied hands
And they let me go
This is the Land you have long yearned for…

(A dark thick veil was drawing black circles over my eyes

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Lost Lost
by Mack Cooper

There is no place to hide,
While floating acolytes with greedy eyes,
Watch and gather and trace everything at once.
No place for the stone and clay to sink
Away from prying fingers,
And not with lens and brush.

There shall be no more lost kingdoms,
Or shifts in dirt, rock and water
That go undetected.

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Star Haze
by Joanne Lee Macdermott

Caught myself the other day, unaware I was thinking.
Swallowed...while I was unconsciously day dreaming.

How quickly we deter from our path and intention.
Flickers of beams distracting us from our own creation.

Star dust fragments make up my soul...Recalling to me of the particles I hold. In the blink of an eye, I will be shifted...to cosmic dust I will be lifted.

O how my soul cries out for universal connection.
Vibrancy within dampened by the lure of temptation.

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The Wanderer
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

As we wander down that winding road of life...
We make new friends and on occasion, a wife...
But if we don’t take time to enjoy good cheer...
Life passes us by as death comes near...

So take the time to smell that sweet rose...
Within a very short time that door will close...
Enjoy your good friends, the wives, the good cheer...
Because the end of the road is closer than you think, dear...


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A Different Point of View
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

I woke up this morning all excited about my walk...
This morning I decided to look for something different...
A different point of view from what I normally see...
I wanted to see things that I hadn’t seen before...

I used to walk once around the park...
With a friend, for around eighteen months...
Now I walk alone and it’s an opportunity to see so much more...
A new type of gift that I’m giving to myself...


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Recent Discovery Poems
Peacock (pls give feedback for improvement)
by axox axox

One must understand the peacock
Graceful and elegant
Powerful enough to give a shock
You must understand what your soul wants
Your jade isn’t enough
Only in experiences, you’ll find luck
One must be tough
Then realization might struck
May Eos come your way
Those blessed with the third eye can see

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Lost Lost
by Mack Cooper

There is no place to hide,
While floating acolytes with greedy eyes,
Watch and gather and trace everything at once.
No place for the stone and clay to sink
Away from prying fingers,
And not with lens and brush.

There shall be no more lost kingdoms,
Or shifts in dirt, rock and water
That go undetected.

......

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A Different Point of View
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

I woke up this morning all excited about my walk...
This morning I decided to look for something different...
A different point of view from what I normally see...
I wanted to see things that I hadn’t seen before...

I used to walk once around the park...
With a friend, for around eighteen months...
Now I walk alone and it’s an opportunity to see so much more...
A new type of gift that I’m giving to myself...


......

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The Wanderer
by Jeffrey Pipes Guice

As we wander down that winding road of life...
We make new friends and on occasion, a wife...
But if we don’t take time to enjoy good cheer...
Life passes us by as death comes near...

So take the time to smell that sweet rose...
Within a very short time that door will close...
Enjoy your good friends, the wives, the good cheer...
Because the end of the road is closer than you think, dear...


......

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Visual Error
by Rosa Jamali

Visual Error
A poem by Rosa Jamali
Translated from original Persian into English by the author

Right at the center of universe
They opened my tied hands
And they let me go
This is the Land you have long yearned for…

(A dark thick veil was drawing black circles over my eyes

......

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