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Confined in Mind
by Anisha Nyambe

trapped or rather confined
the world has me redefined.
a name I've never known
tells me I'm the way shown.
the cries, they say the same
and they talk of evil's game.
the world, it sees me through
steel, iron and skimpy glue.
trapped in a place only I would find,
this place is called my mind.

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Cold Porridge
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Patrick, Pearl and Phillip were fond siblings, in halcyon days of fairy tales;
Long beloved of Mother and Father, like beloved ballads of all nightingales.

Father was a successful tailor, creating finest clothes for women and men;
And they dwelled in a village near the river, in teal days of now and then.

Mother sold elegant embroidery, quite pretty, and often much in demand;
Like unforgettable, sunset rainbows, the anon recurring, prismatic bands.

Pearl and her siblings frolicked in the fecund fields, with finest of friends;

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Tides
by Tom Cameron

The storms
Wild, unforgiving
Violent and raging
They swarm
O! The force
The tempest it came
And the tempest it threw us off course

We're high, we're low
We ebb, we flow

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A Rose Vision
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

rage on maroon skies
hued blurred blooms stormy
wafting dyed glory

squawking chaos cries
jade nature can be so droll
green waves crash and roll

musical raindrops
where are my orange flowers

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Uproar
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Scurrying people
windy city wind whistling
Wet animals flee
Blue thunder, silver slick streets
Hued blooms close their perfumed rooms.

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Cold Porridge
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Patrick, Pearl and Phillip were fond siblings, in halcyon days of fairy tales;
Long beloved of Mother and Father, like beloved ballads of all nightingales.

Father was a successful tailor, creating finest clothes for women and men;
And they dwelled in a village near the river, in teal days of now and then.

Mother sold elegant embroidery, quite pretty, and often much in demand;
Like unforgettable, sunset rainbows, the anon recurring, prismatic bands.

Pearl and her siblings frolicked in the fecund fields, with finest of friends;

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by Christene Mae

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It's a Hummer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

peach sun has come back
long hours of rain and thunder
hummingbird plunder

hued blooms gather with
the stunning jeweled wonder
stained rite of summer

noon pause for orange
and backwards flight aflutter

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A Rose Vision
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

rage on maroon skies
hued blurred blooms stormy
wafting dyed glory

squawking chaos cries
jade nature can be so droll
green waves crash and roll

musical raindrops
where are my orange flowers

......

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Tides
by Tom Cameron

The storms
Wild, unforgiving
Violent and raging
They swarm
O! The force
The tempest it came
And the tempest it threw us off course

We're high, we're low
We ebb, we flow

......

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Popular Poets about Storm From Members
  • Leo Warne
    Leo Warne (1 poems about Storm)
    November 9, 1998 - Kansas
  • Tom Cameron
    Tom Cameron (1 poems about Storm)
    March 14, 1983 - London
  • Christene Mae
    Christene Mae (1 poem about Storm)
    December 1999 - Manila