Poems About: SIMILE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
And I, like Eve, wandered through my respective garden
(suburban dwellings, unbeautiful but clean)
Naked, cool autumn breeze brushing against my skin
Happy, or Naïve (similes, perhaps?) read more »Abby Koning
I have been doing the circuit for a while now.
I have noticed the ones, who are published,
Even if they had to pay
All the expenses themselves, read more »Allan Thorne
351.Sesquipedalian (With Apologies To Ogden Nash)
My poems are somewhat, in fact quite a lot, not to put too fine a point on it, just a bit or, notwithstanding everything else I will say, a great deal sesquipedalian;
They are packed full, to wit, of long-winded words that don’t fit and ululating complicated and multi-syllabic, incomprehensible terms that feel almost alien. read more »C Richard Miles
352.One Damn Good Friend
Please don’t assume I don’t know, I’ve seen that look before
Been to a few places in my time, I swear your fighting a war
So put down your guns down, and raise up your heart instead
It’s just not our style to keep this going, for what she said read more »Vision Ghost
353.! ! Not averse to poetry..
Do you see life
through prose-coloured spectacles?
or has the squid of poetry read more »Michael Shepherd
In a back bedroom upstairs stands an antique armoire-
a four by eight foot clothespress of Spanish dark maple-
ornate cornice and frieze overhanging double doors,
brass hinges and doorknobs gone verdigris, read more »Michael Pruchnicki
355.Mick takes it seriously!
'Hell, i read in bed, on the train, or walking
down the hall, don't you? ' Mick said.
We were sitting in his kitchen. read more »Michael Pruchnicki
356.i feel the cold
sometimes i feel like a shell
sometimes i feel like a dream
sometimes i don't feel at all. read more »Alan Goodenough
357.Moving with it
moving, moving, moving, moving, moving, moving, moving
I’m about to jump out and hit the sky close mind and
Tell it as is read more »AJJ AJJ
358.0004 The world has lost the ear for rhyme
The world has lost the ear for rhyme.
It still makes children squirm with pleasure;
and from some witty pens and minds, its fireworks fizz;
so, after all these centuries of rhyme read more »Michael Shepherd
359.0075 The Connoisseur
Do come in. I’m so glad that you came –
it’s good to have someone to
share one’s pleasures and delights with.
Some of my family think I’m read more »Michael Shepherd
When it dosen't flow,
When the Dam's backed up,
When the mind reels from constapation, read more »Neil Gray