Ephemeral Poems

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Ephemeral World
by Saleh Ben Saleh

No mortal should be fooled by the worlds ephemeral splender,
have people lost their souls?
or just unable to feel Sonder.
Modest the kindful may seem,
but be aware of what kindness may render.

Tempting the world maybe,
but only a coward would relinquish his honour or surrender.
You may mock me today,
but my morals are not for sale,

......

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Beauty's Vanity and Worthlessness
by Joseph Ogbonna

Though I style my curly braids with ribbons bright,
and colour my sweet moist lips with royal red
to look as bright and fair as a newly wed.
Though I stand on two towers to get a better height,
with eyelashes that beckon at each gazer.
Though my trendy gowns make me a trailblazer
with great designer labels that distinguish.
Though I have curves which men wished they could relish,
revealed slightly through my scantily clad frame.
Though I have this charm which could hardened hearts tame,

......

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..resset
by wyatt k

... an adhoc happenstance meets cultivated
eye swirls incapable of taking the implied motion all in
maybe seizure inducing
squatting in my own life
then this chapter is "temporary"
nobody is stuck...
the floor is better for my back

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Recent Ephemeral Poems
Ephemeral World
by Saleh Ben Saleh

No mortal should be fooled by the worlds ephemeral splender,
have people lost their souls?
or just unable to feel Sonder.
Modest the kindful may seem,
but be aware of what kindness may render.

Tempting the world maybe,
but only a coward would relinquish his honour or surrender.
You may mock me today,
but my morals are not for sale,

......

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..resset
by wyatt k

... an adhoc happenstance meets cultivated
eye swirls incapable of taking the implied motion all in
maybe seizure inducing
squatting in my own life
then this chapter is "temporary"
nobody is stuck...
the floor is better for my back

Continue reading
Beauty's Vanity and Worthlessness
by Joseph Ogbonna

Though I style my curly braids with ribbons bright,
and colour my sweet moist lips with royal red
to look as bright and fair as a newly wed.
Though I stand on two towers to get a better height,
with eyelashes that beckon at each gazer.
Though my trendy gowns make me a trailblazer
with great designer labels that distinguish.
Though I have curves which men wished they could relish,
revealed slightly through my scantily clad frame.
Though I have this charm which could hardened hearts tame,

......

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