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Treasure Island

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Title Poet
Ostel 1917
By day
The town basks in the sun like some Aztec ruin.
Malcolm Cowley poet by Malcolm Cowley
on 8/26/2014
Cycles
My bike floats on a road
without a moon or light, all balance.
Terese Svoboda poet by Terese Svoboda
on 8/26/2014
The Long Voyage
NOT that the pines were darker there,
nor mid-May dogwood brighter there,
Malcolm Cowley poet by Malcolm Cowley
on 8/26/2014
Blue Juniata
Farmhouses curl like horns of plenty, hide
scrawny bare shanks against a barn, or crouch
Malcolm Cowley poet by Malcolm Cowley
on 8/26/2014
Poilus
I
Regiments at a time pass through our village
Malcolm Cowley poet by Malcolm Cowley
on 8/26/2014
We Had Great Argument
After a tardy sun had set
We four untried lieutenants chose
Malcolm Cowley poet by Malcolm Cowley
on 8/26/2014
Dedication
This one is dedicated to all the girls who broke my heart.
From the first to the last it's been a blast.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Damn The Man
Damn the man who hurts us so.
Leading us in to a battle so worthless and low.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Whale Watch
Big wheelers circle in the sand
to cut a perfect something
Terese Svoboda poet by Terese Svoboda
on 8/26/2014
Confused
I've loved you for so long.
The sweet sound of your voice sends bitter sweet vibrations coursing through my soul.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Coming Soon
It's coming.
I can feel it's soon.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Christmas
On this little Christmas poem of mine I just hope to share some thoughts and in your mind plant a few ideas to shine.
Christmas isn't only about th
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Selected Imagery Based on Physical Gesture
Oo-la-la. A Heisenberg space,
your eyes trapped in your eyes.
Terese Svoboda poet by Terese Svoboda
on 8/26/2014
Love Light (Schadenfreude)
The tomato sauce upsets twice,
almost suffocating his small self,
Terese Svoboda poet by Terese Svoboda
on 8/26/2014
Candy
Smells like candy tastes so sweet.
I dive right in to this lovely piece.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Calling Voice
A familiar voice calls to you.
What will you do?
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Buckeye Fever Sweeping Terror Over Thier Opponents
Aerial assault raining bombs of touchdowns.
Shooting through the secondary,
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Breathing Space
Breathing space I need so bad.
A place to relax and time to refresh,
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Breaking Free
Breaking free from all this misery.
Your return has set me free.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Time shall catch
I speak truth
With no single untruth
hasmukh amathalal poet by hasmukh amathalal
on 8/26/2014
Brand New Start
An apology so sincere.
It now makes things so very clear.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Better
I hope that soon you will be well.
You don't deserve this bitter spell.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
Watching As It Happened
The first explosion ravashed a building
Broken glass engulfed a lad and his children
Dexsta Ray poet by Dexsta Ray
on 8/26/2014
God, Our Refuge!
Oh' God, our Rock in winds marauding;
Our strength in the times weary;
Kuda Bondamakara poet by Kuda Bondamakara
on 8/26/2014
Beautiful Days
Beautiful days in precious space.
It breaks the tiredness of my malaise.
Michael McParland poet by Michael McParland
on 8/26/2014
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