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  • 1.
    The Cat And The Moon

    THE cat went here and there
    And the moon spun round like a top,
    And the nearest kin of the moon,
    The creeping cat, looked up.
    Black Minnaloushe stared at the moon,
    For, wander and wail as he would,
    The pure cold light in the sky
    Troubled his animal blood.
    Minnaloushe runs in the grass
    Lifting his delicate feet.
    Do you dance, Minnaloushe, do you dance?
    When two close kindred meet.
    What better than call a dance?
    Maybe the moon may learn,
    Tired of that courtly fashion,
    A new dance turn.
    Minnaloushe creeps through the grass
    From moonlit place to place,
    The sacred moon overhead
    Has taken a new phase.
    Does Minnaloushe know that his pupils
    Will pass from change to change,
    And that from round to crescent,
    From crescent to round they range?
    Minnaloushe creeps through the grass
    Alone, important and wise,
    And lifts to the changing moon
    His changing eyes. read more »

  • 2.
    The Last Word

    Creep into thy narrow bed,
    Creep, and let no more be said!
    Vain thy onset! all stands fast.
    Thou thyself must break at last. read more »

  • 3.
    The Mothering Blackness

    She came home running
    back to the mothering blackness
    deep in the smothering blackness
    white tears icicle gold plains of her face read more »

  • 4.
    Crisis is a Hair


    Crisis is a Hair
    Toward which the forces creep read more »

  • 5.
    A Day in Bed

    I wish I had not got a cold,
    The wind is big and wild,
    I wish that I was very old,
    Not just a little child. read more »

  • 6.
    'Twas warm—at first—like Us


    'Twas warm—at first—like Us—
    Until there crept upon read more »

  • 7.
    Topsy-Turvy World

    IF the butterfly courted the bee,
    And the owl the porcupine;
    If churches were built in the sea,
    And three times one was nine; read more »

  • 8.
    -Lone Wolf-

    A predator waits within the
    depths of existance,
    creeping within the conscience
    of safety, read more »

  • 9.
    Walk in the graveyard

    Leaves rustle under my bare feet,
    The wind howls and swishes my hair,
    dark shadows creep behind,
    They hide in the trees as I turn around. read more »

  • 10.
    In The Firelight

    The fire upon the hearth is low,
    And there is stillness everywhere,
    While like winged spirits, here and there,
    The firelight shadows fluttering go. read more »

  • 11.

    The night was creeping on the ground;
    She crept and did not make a sound
    Until she reached the tree, and then
    She covered it, and sole again read more »

  • 12.
    Growing Old

    Little by little the year grows old,
    The red leaves drop from the maple boughs;
    The sun grows dim, and the winds blow cold, read more »

New Creep Poems

  1. the Lord was perpetually watching you!, Nikhil Parekh
  2. Change Coming, Kyle Schlicher
  3. Quickie, Sarah Elizabeth Clark
  4. Not Me, Hiada Debney
  5. Allergic, Maida Rasool
  6. Mother Sleep: Death, Kaydian N Kerr
  7. Early in the late night, Gert Strydom
  8. `Illness (the other side), Efe Benjamin
  9. New, William B. Deutscher
  10. the dark, loves crushed
  11. Mystery haiku, Owen Johnston
  12. Black Rose, Bethany Williams
  13. Dark Emerald, Prasad Natarajan
  14. Little Johnny, Merlene Campbell
  15. Cold night, Matthew Holloway
  16. The Fear, katelin offord harper
  17. His Memories Still Lasts, I Bed in Fright, Celine Tran
  18. starve, john wake
  19. Haiku- The Fox, Livia C. Delven
  20. Trees bend in the breeze, Gert Strydom
  21. Creep Afore Ye Gang, James Ballantine
  22. The Voice Of The Grass, Sarah Roberts Boyle
  23. creep..., Khalid Hameed
  24. Homecoming, John Freeman
  25. Westward, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
  26. Creeping, L.B. Temuco
  27. killer, Nick Lopez
  28. the dying of the light, Guy Richard Baldwin
  29. A walk to a tree, Edder Ramirez
  30. Song, Duncan Campbell Scott
  31. Check, James Brunton Stephens
  32. Love, Joanna Hamilton
  33. jack the ripper strikes again, chris bowen
  34. Breaking The Day In Two, Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  35. light of the moon, Yosa Buson
  36. crossing long fields, Matsuo Basho
  37. Check, James Stephens
  38. EPILEPSY, Karnail Singh Heirwale
  39. Bedtime For Paris, William Sexton
  40. The Little Star, RIDHA ABDELLAOUI
  41. little baby dont cry, Danielle DuCote
  42. 6.24.07, J.M Berger
  43. meditation #33, Lane Morein
  44. Waiting With Bated Breath, Beth Bailey
  45. The Persimmon Tree, Joseph Caraveo
  46. I got a feeling, Jessica Hendrix
  47. Another Sleepless Night, Thomas Wicker
  48. My World is Often Gray, Elizabeth Sheaffer
  49. overpowering darkness, margaret atkinson
  50. How I felt for a year after you left me .., chloe young
  51. Creep!, Ayana makonnen
  52. I Build, Naveed Akram
  53. Red Ridding Hood, Taylor Scherer
  54. Worms, Eddie Roa
  55. haiku - Worm’s Eye View, Eddie Roa
  56. Memories, Karen Pedigo
  57. Cut Deeply, Joe DeAndra
  58. Friend for a Friend, Brynn Bettin
  59. Black Horse, Tara Bridget Moore
  60. WHEN THE NIGHT CAME! ! ! ! ! !, sushma ambekar
  61. (**) aftermath, Alice Cuenca
  62. CREEPING SAPLINGS, dr. ram sharma
  63. WHEN SHOOTS A BOIL............., Green Peace
  64. To the Fog, Josephine J.W
  65. Routine, Raj Arumugam
  66. bloody death, Tim Efurd
  67. .4. Creeping Mist, David Threadgold www.david ..
  68. z(HAIKU) melancholy, Alice Cuenca
  69. Down And Out, Juan Jaimez
  70. The tree, David Keicher
  71. Too Much to Bear, Bleeding Heart
  72. Temptation..., Edwina Aleme
  73. The Wolf's Cry., Ben mcelfresh
  74. The 'Individuals', Mandy Parker
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