Daniel Partlow

Rookie - 45 Points (1969 / St. Louis, MO > Westport, CT)

Daniel Partlow Poems

81. Human Elohim 10/17/2016
82. The Human Gods (Based On Psalm 82) 1/25/2007
83. Protection For Those Who Follow (Ps138) 6/1/2009
84. They Call It The Great Satan 6/1/2009
85. Hanukah-Hagadah 12/17/2008
86. What Name Holds The Greatest Promise 6/9/2008
87. On Route From The Capital To Fengxian… To Damascus 3/13/2008
88. 'Monger' Of Hope, Purveyor Of 'Change', What Is Thy Nature? 1/29/2008
89. Jesus Christ Calls The Shinto - Kirisuto - A Haiku & Poem 1/12/2007
90. Modern Man: The Corporation 1/29/2007
91. The Cape Of The Matador (Pornography & Lust) 1/13/2007
92. My Creed 4/14/2007
93. I Have A Dream - Revisited - Martin Luther King 1/19/2009
94. Our Demons/Our Psychoses - 12/15/2007
95. Caligula, Death Is Dead 9/3/2008
96. Ct Supreme Court: On Your Gay Marriage Ruling 10/10/2008
97. God's Riddle 4/23/2007
98. Defiling B.Sheba & Murdering Her Husband 2/5/2007
99. Poemhunter Poem Scores (Trite) 1/9/2008
100. Poemhunter Poem Titles (Trite) 1/9/2008
101. Defending The Christian World View (The Charger And The Ostrich) 1/11/2008
102. Love Is... 8/22/2007
103. Christ's Unique Message: Love Your Enemy (No Other Religion Says This) 4/15/2007
104. Society Of Slavery 4/18/2007
105. Winds Of The Spirit 3/26/2007
106. A Day Is A Thousand Years 4/14/2007
107. A Scriptural Valentine (The Mildly Erotic Song Of Solomon) 2/10/2007
108. Divorce - Another Matter Of Course (The Storm Brews) 1/30/2007
109. Raising Children Of Light (Not Razing Children) 1/28/2007
110. Sunrise On The Mount 1/3/2007
111. Howl Allen Ginsberg 4/10/2008

Comments about Daniel Partlow

  • DELETE MY ACCOUNT (1/12/2008 8:19:00 PM)

    wow u have alot of poems, i havent put all mine on here lol

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Best Poem of Daniel Partlow

Howl Allen Ginsberg

Howl Allen Ginsberg with Nebuchadnezzar’s
Prideful Madness-Lycanthropic
For this generation’s minds lie bleeding and ravished
in the streets of the libertine-philosophic

Your angel-headed hipsters of darkness marshalling
the hollow-eyed masses to their graves.
Israfel softly sings his damnable odes in the classroom
and o’er the air-waves.

Two hundred million saxes wail false laments
like the butchered-truths of the painter Francis Bacon
But when one prays at the altar of Damien Hirst
(or de Payens) just Who and what has been forsaken?

Read the full of Howl Allen Ginsberg


There was a rich man
clothed in purple linen.
Who fared sumptuously daily
and had many women.

And there was a certain beggar named
Lazarus which laid at his gate full of sores.
But the rich man was deaf to his
beseeches and implores.

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