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  • 349.
    A Tale Of Heart

    In the market of terms;
    In the shops of fire,
    I am heart
    With my wife named 'Desire'.

    Life of mine;
    A string in the hands of thine,
    In the lofty world
    Our colours and speed are same, I foretold.

    My shape, a token of love;
    My sweat,
    tears flowed from eyes hove;
    I sob with pacing beats,
    when some one dearest to me cheats.

    I have no eyes:
    Only my speed senses me to guess the world price;
    I always praised at valentine; And, then grazed by human factual sunshine.

    'Desire' my love always with me;
    I am morbid without her glee,
    She always told me: ' My love, we
    always persist inside mortals
    Neither be a part of burial'.

    I(Heart) asked: 'How my dear?
    Feeling of parting suffuses my beat with fear';

    She soothes my ear;
    Her voice as soft as pear: 'Listen my dear
    Your are my love named 'Heart'
    I am your fiancee 'Desire' sweetheart,
    It's you that keep mortals alive;
    And It's me who alter there mind vive.' read more »

  • 350.
    Shappired Demon

    Dripping with elegance of winter snow
    In her disarranged mane in april cold
    a lass hopped in last in a downhill cab
    A promise of chornicle has been made. read more »

  • 351.
    Ode on My Episiotomy

    Forget pearls, lace-edged kerchiefs, roomy pleats—
    this is my most matronly adornment:
    stitches purling up the middle of me
    to shut my seam, the one that jagged gaped read more »

  • 352.
    Ode to My Hands

    Five-legged pocket spiders, knuckled
    starfish, grabbers of forks, why
    do I forget that you love me:
    your willingness to button my shirts, read more »

  • 353.
    BEING A STRONG BLACK WOMAN

    By Rosie Bourget

    Most black women know love
    That’s why they give love read more »

  • 354.
    July 5 2009

    I reminisce with a version of history
    A shadow, standing by a river
    Lips shivering
    Exposing missing teeth and lost time read more »

  • 355.
    Token

    I've recently come to the conclusion
    That the name of the game is confusion
    I sweat and I pine for her sweet breath
    A week of delusions has me wishing for death read more »

  • 356.
    Religious Dish

    Religious spirit of humans
    runs deep in veins
    Religious spirit of humans
    widens gaps of minds read more »

  • 357.
    Ode to the Storm

    They tear my soul with a sudden flash
    in a notorious and fabulous way.
    My words are turned into ash
    when they descend to make me pray. read more »

  • 358.
    Chains of Life Cycle

    Child shows teeth
    Smile shows happiness
    Happiness shows likeness
    Likeness sleeps alertness read more »

  • 359.
    Millenium Joke

    Nose-pin only for family women
    Nose-pin never for women violence
    Nose-pin only for women judges
    Nose-pin never for sexual atrocities read more »

  • 360.
    Static Equilibrium

    "Plink … plonk … plink", the bell sounds - "Girls!
    We have a special assembly today."
    So how's today different
    From every other day? read more »

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  2. The Gooder Ones, Tosin Abegunde
  3. Mother tongue instruction, BrokenHeartPheko Motaung
  4. Tattoo (Haiku), herbert guitang
  5. Ode To Summer, Tina Chan
  6. Alankar(Decor) -180, Indira Renganathan
  7. A Poster I Have Seen, Jacob Brailsford
  8. The Ode of Farewell, Matthew Edan Oliver Palma
  9. To Most (The Masses), johnny case
  10. Ode To Flowers, cristina briseno
  11. An Ode To The People, Allison Banks
  12. Overhung with You, douglas scotney
  13. An ode to Ego............., TD. Kumar
  14. None, courtney vineyard
  15. Ode To The Heart, Savanah Cox
  16. Ode of Abigail, Giorgio A. V.
  17. While teaching, Diptesh Augustine Sarkar
  18. Many a finer thing, Matthew Holloway
  19. Ode to the female form, Matthew Holloway
  20. The artistry of love, Matthew Holloway
  21. Ode to winter, Matthew Holloway
  22. My Ode To Love, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  23. Ode to a Gentle Soul, Matthew Holloway
  24. Poem Title, Matthew Holloway
  25. A Spiders Web, Violet Montario
  26. An Ode to Halloween, Andy Jin
  27. Forgiven, but not Forgotten, Michael Angelo Legaspi
  28. Ett Skrik I Skogen, Skurtfan Kebnekaizer vocalist
  29. Kalhygge, Skurtfan Kebnekaizer vocalist
  30. An ode, Your Soul
  31. ode to pie, michael issac palmer
  32. Rose Leaves, Henry Austin Dobson
  33. The House of Odes, Pablo Neruda
  34. Ode to the American Soldiers, ashton karen
  35. (dde) ...........To You..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  36. To Those Of You That Do..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  37. For...One And All, (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  38. Here's To You..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  39. An Ode To You..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  40. For One And All, (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  41. Ode To Istanbul, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  42. To You..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  43. Stars, Natalie Zavala
  44. y Acrostic # III, Jordan Legaspi
  45. This...Is Life, (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  46. ODE TO MYSELF, JESUROBOOWIE GIFT IMAFIDON
  47. To You..., Waldon Pond Productions
  48. Ode to Mother Nature, Aditya Mudbhary
  49. ***Ode to a Cuppa Coffee, Sadiqullah Khan
  50. Ode to the Fallen Soldier, David A Harris
  51. Ode To A Robert Frost Poem, Nichole Kaci McKnight
  52. Ode To OM, Mittur Ramprasad
  53. An Ode to the Heart of Man, Alex Lewis
  54. Ode To Cheese, Life Poem
  55. Ode to a Meal of Life, Anthony Han
  56. Ode to a Blank Page, rachele ...duhh
  57. To An African Child Starving To Death, Rory Hudson
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  59. Ode to Bukowski, Paige Nielsen
  60. Ode to Love, Tyler Yarnelli
  61. Ode To The Forgotten, MIZZ MIDNIGHT FIRE
  62. Haiku Bleeding Hearts, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  63. John Keats, MBJ Pancras
  64. Ode to Life and Death, Cynthia Onukwugha
  65. My Inaudible Ode To Love, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  66. City of Love, THEO RAY
  67. Hey Everyone, She’s AUTISTIC!, Cheryl McDonnell
  68. #353 Haiku For Shady Gardens, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  69. Someone Special, Nosherwan khan
  70. Ode to Sweets!, Chaotic Life aka Curly Mer
  71. ANOTHER BIG BANG, Dela Bobobee
  72. We will survive, Amera Andersen
  73. Ode To Father And Mother, Nosherwan khan
  74. Haiku Humming Bird, Nancy Chambers
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