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Poems About: NARRATIVE

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  • 109.
    To Rain Like This

    It still happens to rain like this,
    Into the avenues that forecasted ablutions—
    Even while the pale, blue pilgrims were
    Yet echoing to the swing-sets of the wishing wells— read more »

    Robert Rorabeck
  • 110.
    Diamonds Are Forever

    Glistening are her glorious facets in her emphatic glamor
    In an extravaganza of beauty in her mystical white pallor
    She was spawned deep within the womb of mother earth
    As she transcends her roots to bequeath tides of mirth read more »

    Dilantha Gunawardana
  • 111.
    I Compose

    I tell you, my dear fellows,
    that
    I write poetry,
    I, myself, read more »

    Shaheen Sultan Dhanji
  • 112.
    The Monkey-man

    The monkey showman comes he dressed in uncouth clothes,
    Clumsy and soiled,
    With the two Indian monkeys,
    Red-mouthed small-breed monkeys, read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 113.
    Filling The Space Between

    After awhile and at last, hello,
    the phone jittering across the desk
    and appropriately just ahead of my grasping hand.
    Just and only hello, really, read more »

    Don McWilliams
  • 114.
    A Contemporary Critique about Art

    I'm troubled by the suggestive complexity of
    Distinctive formal juxtapositions in this artwork.
    Its disjunctive perturbations & eloquence make it
    Difficult to consciously enter this chef d’oeuvre in read more »

    Alex Nodopaka
  • 115.
    What If...

    Have you ever wondered what would be,
    If your 'first love' reappeared, right before thee?
    What if time fashioned her as though from the scape of dream?
    Now, this former fond memory is held in your highest esteem! read more »

    Maurice Harris
  • 116.
    *0005 IMPOSSIBLE DREAM

    This is a 'Flowing Acrostic' in which he narrative picks up the acrostical words - while at the same time maintaining the metre with lines of approximately co-syllabic. This gives the poem flow and balance.

    ! mpossible that's why it's a dream read more »

    John Knight
  • 117.
    Lines Extracted From A Dream

    'I think of it like a book,
    I dont care for your self-authored words read more »

    Graham Stone
  • 118.
    survivors

    Survivors state with great insistence
    that proof of physical existence
    is spiritual, a living Jew
    providing virtually a view read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 119.
    Poetry: The Spring Dream

    The Spring Dream
    By Laijon Liu 20090604

    The spring dream read more »

    Laijon Liu
  • 120.
    Ink (for Theresa Marie)

    As I crease each page with the pressure of my point,
    Cutting into the flow of each character,
    I strive to lay lines to the surface of meaning. read more »

    Dan Ramirez
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