John Sensele

Gold Star - 30,748 Points (12.09.1953 / Ndola, Zambia)

John Sensele Poems

641. Fickle Flesh 12/29/2016
642. Minds At Peace 12/29/2016
643. Spots Of Joy 12/29/2016
644. Wells Of Love 12/29/2016
645. Poisoned Chalices 12/30/2016
646. Lass, No More Bass 12/30/2016
647. Come Home No More 12/30/2016
648. Systemic Flaws 12/30/2016
649. A New Year 1/1/2017
650. At Nineteen 1/1/2017
651. Earned Urns 1/1/2017
652. Fetters & Letters 1/1/2017
653. Fewer Troubles In Doubles 1/1/2017
654. Happy New Year, Friends 1/1/2017
655. In 2017 Dream Big 1/1/2017
656. Kinky Kingdom 1/1/2017
657. Spare Serendipity 1/1/2017
658. Steams, Screams And Streams 1/1/2017
659. Surreal Deal 1/1/2017
660. Wobbling Wing 1/1/2017
661. Cure The World 1/2/2017
662. January Jams 1/2/2017
663. Karma's Armour 1/2/2017
664. Stronger Gongs 1/2/2017
665. Sure Thing 1/2/2017
666. Shall I 1/2/2017
667. Education Notions & Portions 1/2/2017
668. Lament Lilts Linger 1/2/2017
669. Domestic Duels 1/2/2017
670. Savvy Look 1/3/2017
671. Comfort 1/3/2017
672. Jealousy Joust 1/3/2017
673. Mafia Mania 1/5/2017
674. I Am A Smart Phone 1/5/2017
675. Faith Is That Rolls Royce 1/5/2017
676. Thoughts Are Elephants 1/6/2017
677. Grammar Panorama 1/7/2017
678. Bound Boundaries 1/7/2017
679. Where Are You 1/7/2017
680. Copper No Hoper 1/8/2017

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Bugs And Hugs

Dare to smile for a while, care to laugh
Sweep away gloom, keep enough room
Wake up hope, break down sadness enough
When souls cry for a joy broom.

Dare to love, care to play
Sweep away darkness, keep enough light
Wake up friendship, break up a delay
When a heart longs for a share of delight.

Dare to encourage, care to pray
Sweep away losses, keep winning
Wake up consciences, break up a despair display
When hatred begins threatening.

Dare to save souls, care to hug
Sweep away exploitation, keep up inspiration
Wake up devotion, break a ...

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A Street Souse

A souse snored by the roadside
Where by dint of binge he fell asleep
Dreaming socialites stole the pride
He could no longer keep.

The souse traded his dignity for a mug
Half filled with rotten rum
That once gobbled made him smug
As a waitress spanked his boisterous bum.

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