Margaret Alice Second

Gold Star - 11,177 Points (24 January 1961 / South Africa)

Margaret Alice Second Poems

1. Manifesto [original & Revised] 6/29/2011
2. Encircling Embrace [revised] 6/29/2011
3. Extraterrestrial Beings - David Wilcock 6/7/2011
4. Responsible Intelligence 6/7/2011
5. Find His Wings (Rev.) 7/12/2011
6. Grave Distress 7/13/2011
7. Eternal Duel 7/5/2011
8. En Un Mot – Merveilleuse! 7/8/2011
9. Lost The Script 7/19/2011
10. Noon Sun 7/22/2011
11. Ignoble Achievement 7/23/2011
12. Lean Attrition 7/24/2011
13. Fantasy 7/22/2011
14. So Incoherent 7/28/2011
15. More Than We Are 7/29/2011
16. Spectacular Failure 7/29/2011
17. Decisions In Agreement 7/31/2011
18. Smouldering, Mysterious Type 8/1/2011
19. Ephemeral 8/5/2011
20. Fyntameryn As Fine As Can Be 8/6/2011
21. Melodic Themes 8/7/2011
22. Opera Or Ballet 8/5/2011
23. Delicate Intricacies (Rev.) 8/2/2011
24. Fixated 8/9/2011
25. Dreams Of Great Things (2) 8/14/2011
26. Soft Awakening 8/15/2011
27. Rest My Thoughts 8/17/2011
28. Life-Giving Spark (Revised) 8/19/2011
29. In A Safe Place (Revised) 8/20/2011
30. Magnificent Obsession [revised] 8/21/2011
31. Life Without Melody 8/22/2011
32. Inspiring 8/25/2011
33. Primal Scream Moments 8/25/2011
34. Primal Scream Moments (2) 8/26/2011
35. Passion 8/26/2011
36. Sheer Delight 8/9/2011
37. Freezing White 8/10/2011
38. Spectacular End (Revised) 8/31/2011
39. I Would Rather Be… 9/1/2011
40. Mere Ethical Rules 9/2/2011
Best Poem of Margaret Alice Second

' Enneagram (Revised)

But no, nothing helped when I tried to be myself
reading old books, even a new one on sixth sense
said I should take heed of every single pain my
body produced to determine what I think

I feel a stranger in my own skin after a day
doing Big Five & Enneagram questionnaires
– which classify me the most selfish, unhelpful,
self-centred human alive;

even fairy pictures in my Treasury of Children’s
Poetry failed to restore me; according to the
questionnaires, I am detrimental to people
I meet in social contexts - I am devastated

cannot ...

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Swaying Then Dancing

Crushed under a grey day, reports of my
mother in pain, Carine weighed down by
four steel pegs and ten screws in her leg,
no escape from scrambled thoughts

Went out marching, swaying then dancing
to musical rhythms, becoming one with the
beat of the universe, not a care in the world
as velvet voices sing joy into my mind

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