by JAN ALLISON |
adoring, cherishing, loving
attraction, passion, bitterness, animosity
despising, loathing, hurting
Sponsored by Regina Riddle
~awarded 1st place~
by Phillip Garcia |
Though endings soon arrest litigious wrongs,
Injustice stains without impunity,
When who I’d rather share romantic songs,
Declares to God abhorrent thoughts on me;
In days from now when Marci testifies,
That evil lurks in me, a violent man,
She’ll have to look directly in my eyes,
Where she’ll see tears that still don’t understand.
My case is strong and lacks no confidence,
For truth determines judgment’s final rule,
But justice overturns by consequence,
That comes when soulmates end their vicious duel.
I know my only choice was one to fight,
But how can love on trial make matters right?
by Casey Strong |
From here to eternity,
You are my savior, my sanctity.
When my soul was shadowed
You were rendered hallowed.
Lending me strength to fight
By being my beacon, my guiding light
Within my inner battle so stark,
One abysmally abhorrent and dismally dark.
Silhouetted in your shining radiance,
You beautifully beckoned my presence
With your mere auras essence.
by sajdah al-riyami |
Till you at long last
My Moving Mouth
But not the poetry
I strive so severely
But the river
Remains on tumbling over
These crimson cliffs
Antagonism ache Rejection abhorrent asleep --
I am so asleep
And roving over why?
Am I never polite?
Am I never always...
I fancy Laughter, Hapiness, Attention, Love, and still
But this Night vision
by Emile Pinet |
10th grade, beautiful, emotions, feelings, hate, image, love,
doting nurturing sharing
fervor passion nastiness unpleasantness
blaming scorning hurting
Sparkling Diamonds Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Joseph May
by Ryan Federkiel |
betrayal, blue, break up, heartbroken,
by JENNIFER PROXENOS |
A forest path does wind,
All shrubs with love entwined
Atop trees, monkeys live,
Another deathly strive
Abhorrent humans lie,
And trees, grass, shrubs will sigh
As oxygen will die
The " Pleiades 3 poetry Contest
Sponsor Joseph May