Mystery Poems

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Man & Jinn
by Saleh Ben Saleh

My mind had always wondered of those we live among,
too many times I heard the tales and even learned the song.
For in this world,
the mortal world,
the land of good and sin,
we don’t live alone but we share the earth with a race of living Jinn.

God created Jinn from fire and from dust created man,
mortal souls with subtle bodies,
but with a longer life span.

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Noctuary
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

The absolute reign of night lasts forever
And throbs from wet drums within lengthen its royal reign.

Constellations stud the lashes with midnight views;
Salutations from the owls’ wing-flaps welcome the
Sponge web of the womb of this hour
And the sable-garmented, freezing, old, festered
December day lives on.

Arrangements of coloured words without voice begins.

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kill the moon
by Rumi Ullidov

Kill the moon
No sea shall rise again, torture of the land
No howling wolf shall disturb the night
No mourning for the lost souls, forgotten and never found
No sorrow for the lost love, no regrets
Kill the moon
To rise, to seize the moment
In joy to smile
And then in hysteria
Laugh

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Butterfly Craze
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

In the blooming epoch of days,
the unlikely swarms have now come
their colors vibrant in sun rays.
In the blooming epoch of days,
there are no rules when nature plays.
Where on earth are these lovelies from?
In the blooming epoch of days,
the unlikely swarms have now come!

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The Lady in Green
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a zealous fashion designer, whose elegant styles were ever in vogue,
Like the rainbow time of cool, damp evening, that elegant colors go rogue.

Lost in my work, I took it seriously, for creating something lovely is an art,
And worldly people respond the best, to what comes purely from the heart.

Like the sight of spicy rose, so arresting, because it bears the loving touch,
And is one of the huge, little things in life, which we find we need so much!

I was happy and socially sought after, like surfers seek swift, green waves,

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Recent Mystery Poems
Noctuary
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

The absolute reign of night lasts forever
And throbs from wet drums within lengthen its royal reign.

Constellations stud the lashes with midnight views;
Salutations from the owls’ wing-flaps welcome the
Sponge web of the womb of this hour
And the sable-garmented, freezing, old, festered
December day lives on.

Arrangements of coloured words without voice begins.

......

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Man & Jinn
by Saleh Ben Saleh

My mind had always wondered of those we live among,
too many times I heard the tales and even learned the song.
For in this world,
the mortal world,
the land of good and sin,
we don’t live alone but we share the earth with a race of living Jinn.

God created Jinn from fire and from dust created man,
mortal souls with subtle bodies,
but with a longer life span.

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Paws and whiskers.
by kiki .

my mind is a ball of yarn, you try and unravel it
with paws and whiskers.

my mind wanders as a winding road in the depts of Switzerland. you try and walk it,
whit paws and whiskers

whiskers and paws with deep blue eys,
yellow sunflowers looking trough me,
trough my ball of yarn,
to the core

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Dawn Never Dies
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a red-violet, sunny morning person, usually up at the crack of dawn,
When orange light poured from the east, upon revival, dewy green lawns.

With a cup of aromal coffee, I'd watch yellow sunrise creep in the window,
Enjoying the zestful song of red robin, while night and day were in limbo.

I would take walks at the golden hour, flooded in light, just after a sunrise,
In the serenity of wanton, floral summer, slowly unveiling a destiny prized.

Visits of friends were features of morning, for sunup fondness is infective,

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Our Place in the Sun
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was an eminent, solar physicist, like the blushing rose, craving renown.
Each butterscotch morning I drove to work, and toiled until red sundown.

The observatory was the place I loved, keeping watch on our nearest star;
Like a pale moon that sits staring all night, its gaze near, anyplace we are.

I studied intense sunspots daily, as has been done over a thousand years,
To gain comprehensive understanding, as the weatherman into sky peers.

Fantastic, fandango dawn was fond memory, when faithful friends visited,

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  • Omoniyi Ademola
    Omoniyi Ademola (1 poems about Mystery)
    ѕango oттa, ocтoвer 22, 2002
  • O. I. Jibi
    O. I. Jibi (1 poems about Mystery)
    December 09, 2019 - Port Harcourt
  • Seyi Ojenike
    Seyi Ojenike (1 poems about Mystery)
    January 26, 1992 - Lagos
  • kiki .
    kiki . (1 poem about Mystery)
    june 2, 2006