Poems About: SIMILE
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349.The Ghost: Book III (excerpt)
Horrid, unwieldly, without form,
Savage, as ocean in a storm,
Of size prodigious, in the rear, read more »Charles Churchill
350.Love Letters to Humanity From Poems to Awaken Sleeping Gods 2013 (2)
Number 2 read more »Ruby Star
351.Harps And Pitchforks
Came the clarion call – oh come, all officials, come
collect diaries and bags to prepare for next year,
obediently we trooped downstairs to receive a
mousepad flashing in orange fluorescence read more »Margaret Alice Second
352.The Friend Of Humanity And The Rhymer
F. OF H. I want a verse. It gives you little pains;--
You just sit down, and draw upon your brains.
Come, now, be amiable.
R. To hear you talk, read more »Henry Austin Dobson
353.I sometimes think of all those apparently insignificant people
Who never find place in snobbish minds too busy to notice them
While they are playing with their intellectual marbles
Of concepts polished and syllogisms winding endlessly to no end deductions
Of too much info without a place to really fit but can serve the purpose read more »Miroslava Odalovic
354.The Elbows of Crippled Songbirds
I used to go to you when there was no one else
To go to,
And I was done with my witchcraft, and the day was all
Wrapped up: read more »Robert Rorabeck
355.Joan of Arc
She and the fire
fight adjectives. Their concreteness
deflects reification read more »Ali Alizadeh
356.Every Moment I Live With You
Every moment i live with an eternal flame that adorns my soul with ineffable bliss, The apex enchantment for a mortal man.
Every moment I hear rhapsodic undulations of her omnipotent voice. infallible arrows of her emphatic prattle pierce my soul millions of time. Her subtle voice still dwells deep down I swear. read more »Ojaswi Kaushal
I stumbled across a war Poet, in place in cold November
finding blank pictures, brief notices.
I saw falling soldiers, attention to line read more »mark littler
358.But, You Have Talent...
They said to me,
"I disagree with what you're saying,
But you have talent."
No, no, it was more like… read more »Bethany Maxwell
Hiking in Oregon on the slope of North Sister,
I meet a backpacker, handle Mad Dog—rabid,
or gnashing his teeth—thoroughly pissed.
Also known as, well maybe, Jeremiah. read more »Jim Manning
360.Change to fit or not
When you find yourself distant from everyone that you know
does it mean what you know about who you know not what you thought you know
or when you do what pleases them to make them think nothing is wrong
does that make it wrong for not being honest and right read more »joe kanon