Alexander Coppedge

Rookie - 403 Points [TPAC] (June 25,1954 / Warrenton, North Carolina)

Alexander Coppedge Poems

1. The Maze 2/18/2013
2. The Rapids 2/22/2013
3. Purr-Fact 3/4/2013
4. My Magic Stone 3/12/2013
5. Simply 3/15/2013
6. They I Love 3/15/2013
7. The Reaper 3/26/2013
8. All Aboard 4/3/2013
9. The Throne 4/20/2013
10. The Chain 4/20/2013
11. Surrender 4/20/2013
12. Child Of God 6/12/2013
13. Twins 6/12/2013
14. The Wind 6/12/2013
15. Soldiers 6/14/2013
16. Whispers 6/14/2013
17. Enigma 6/14/2013
18. Play God 6/15/2013
19. Eye Of Sparrow 6/15/2013
20. The Thought Of I 6/15/2013
21. God World 6/15/2013
22. I Do 8/26/2013
23. Mirror Reflection 8/26/2013
24. Rest In Peace 8/26/2013
25. Something Special 8/26/2013
26. My Hero 8/26/2013
27. Home 8/26/2013
28. My Sabbath Prayer 9/1/2013
29. Loss 10/10/2013
30. Simon 10/10/2013
31. Leviathan 10/10/2013
32. Diamond [hades Delight] 10/10/2013
33. Silence 4/24/2015
34. A Tear 4/25/2015
35. A Song 5/1/2015
36. A Bill 5/1/2015
37. Wooded Night 5/1/2015
38. Haunted House 5/1/2015
39. The Journey 5/1/2015
40. Hungry 5/1/2015
Best Poem of Alexander Coppedge

The Jungle

As the ball descend downward
Dark shadow contact the land
Crying panic set all over the forest
A silent chill of on coming night
I soar high above the confusion
Over the jungle and its maze
Seeing my enemies in their final positions
Where they settle?
How they lay?
I swirl down towards the foliage
The green forest and its gaze
It's awaiting teeth hidden in impending darkness
Swift cast shadows in evening haze
We who live here know the terror
Screaming violence and blurred sways
Vicious attacks and its unanswered murder
Each individual conquest ...

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Purr-Fact

Ding!

Metal bell's noise clang, I in pit darkness stand as a tang shatters silence, awaiting I her anticipated fang to me.

Out from beloved cage to go as she will, free to fill heart ambitions, not slave in bill set from her kind captivity.

A lioness approach in dark, a predator in larks I'm her be prey, her prowled marks unheard upon city concrete.

I run in taps to catch first of enthusiastic steps to me, I'll spring trap to see her, map the rising dawn in her eyes.

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