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Poem Details | by harry horsman |
Categories: love,

Moon Dance

Once upon a time so brightly
I had this compulsion to dance
Just holding you oh so tightly;
In thoughts of romantic perchance
Realistic dreams of nuance.
Your silver beam of love the lure
Bathed in splendour ever so pure
In breath upon the breeze clement;
Held here within your light the cure
I thank the lord for this moment.

 © Harry J Horsman 2012


Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: heaven,

SIMPLE HEAVEN

Heaven to me is purely this After a long and stressful day Deep bubble bath, oh such pure bliss Just need to melt my cares away In foaming oils I love to lay Scent of lavender will arise Ease my tension and tired sore eyes Wrap in a warm fluffy towel Simple pleasures will be my prize Drift to sleep, not be a night owl 01~31~15 Contest Dizain Me – Dr Ram Mehta How many syllables used - each line is 8 syllables ~awarded 3rd place~

Poem Details | by Laura Mckenzie |
Categories: desire, emotions, feelings, love, lust,

His kiss

His lips inviting
The moment so exciting
He caught me and pressed his face to mine
A moment of savage intertwined
I will never forget he soft supple touch

I remembering wanting it so much
The flood of fever in a seconds kiss
The smiles the childish laugh the endless wish
And I won’t forget the pure bliss
All from the minds fabulous reminisce

Poem Details | by Johnny Sumler |
Categories: dedication, friendship, happiness, words, friend, love,

To Her, With Love

If life is death, do live Elizabeth,
And read my words although I'm far away
Your soul is light beside my dying breath,
With metaphors I'll die to live today
I love you more than sun-light loves the day

Elizabeth, thou art a Queen of mine,
And Angels touch you with poetic rhyme,
With words you whirl a wind I never knew
You write with beauty and you are divine
So wear this ring and kiss my rhyme to you

(written for my dearest friend elizbeth wesley. 
everyone has a fan and friend on the soup, and 
elizabeth is my heart! thankyou my love for all
of your dedicated compliments)!


Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: desire, devotion, love, romance, valentines day,

Joy May Our Love Say

Darling, you are my gift, my treasured gold.
        I braved pain once that our joy might reach crest, 
            So, now for said joy’s passion, answer bold
                  amour's question born from my heart’s own chest:
                      As love’s keen ache, will you crave me with zest?

                      No words trite on this sentiment may lay.
                  Just love words eloquent may our love say.
            Such happy promise dances to please us
       As Cupid’s quest quivers are aimed your way:
   Will my bliss know your shot of lust, kissed thus?




... CayCay Jennings
January 15, 2017

Poem Details | by Johnny Sumler |
Categories: naturesmile,

I Am Autumn

"this poem is not about what is written, but what is not written..."

My smile brings shores of shadows in the sky
A smile unsure of happiness and bliss
I touch the trees and watch their branches cry
A tear itself leaves from my face amiss
As tears and leaves descend into abyss

I come descending from the grey above
To bring a quarter of my seasons love
A love compared to death, natures demise
And with my lips I kiss the things you love
Secretly keeping Summer's butterflies!

Johnny Sumler
The Unwritten
7-2-11

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: betrayal,

Ebony

Ebony 





As denied passion in memories stings
while yearnings churn up a still crazy heart,
Stains of hatred on purest mind it brings,
for life, subtle soul remains deeply scarred,
Vivid thoughts twinkle and then drift apart.

No stopping to tears that flow in despair,
Condemned be time, engulfing all the flair,
Trust and love obsessed into agony,
absolute darkness would defy the fair
unless unveil these clouds of ebony !



Written Sept 6th, 2016
For Dizain Poem- II contest 
By Laura loo 

Entered for "Contest 208 any form less than 16 lines" by Brian Strand















Poem Details | by sand blown |
Categories: allegory, appreciation,

equal inequals

friends can be equals
do unto others as you...
or be inequals

teachers and students
or the parent and child
of the same sharing

friendship peace and trust
delight and like mindedness
enjoyment of love

self recognition
and sharing greater pursuit
toward virtues' heights

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: boat, love, poetry, water,

Moment of Grace

We are out on a small pond in a boat A blue row boat floating on the surface I recite lovely poems that I wrote The moment is electric sent with grace I softly touch her smooth skin on her face We face each other with a tender look Seeing how our love is read like a book We’re sent slowly into the pond beyond Our gaze and our souls aligned on a hook A kiss on the mouth is how we respond Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Dana Smith |
Categories: animal, freedom, introspection, lost love, sea,

Blackbird

Drape over lonely hours, gloom of night The silence that succumbs me takes its toll I am left with stardust shed from starlight Words behind me, left as ink upon my scroll You're still inside my heart, marksman of my soul Stillest ocean wrath, black by moon's allure The blackbird dips to brush the water's drone Her wings spread wide and mind set free and pure No two-legged demons here to throw a stone She flies into the seaside night alone

Poem Details | by Shane Cooper |
Categories: beauty,

CYPRUS


Dedicated to Eileen who has expressed her love for this beautiful isle.....


Roman mosaics and Phoenician tombs 
Byzantine castles and Venetian walls 
Pine clad mountains and valleys full of blooms
Windswept wild beaches raked by sudden squalls
Vineyards lay across the land like green shawls 
An island of custom and tradition
Yet this stunning land lies in partition
Churches to the south and northward mosques lay
A land in need of redefinition
For reconciliation people pray

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: faith, father daughter, heaven,

My Dream of Heaven


For You, Dad -

Heaven shines, stunning me with God’s glory,
and dreams of your song. Glimpses of your face
come to me; my soul fills with the story
of our Savior’s love, and I walk in grace,
love pouring from the source, a joyous place.

Then, I wake to the stress of day and strain
to hear your drumstick’s sweet rhythm again,
listening for angels to shout amen.
Still, the warmth of my memories remain,     
so 'til I see you, I’ll dream of Heaven.  



Poem Details | by Tirzah Conway |
Categories: adventure, husband, love, passion, wife,

Today is Our Day

Today we have nothing better to do
So let’s hit the road, Babe, going nowhere,
Let’s take a dirt road, just me and you,
We can put the top down and feel the wind in our hair,
It doesn’t matter where we end up as long as your there;

There is no place that I’d rather be,
The road stretches out for miles on end,
Let’s park by the river, just you and me,
And watch the water run around the bend,
There is no better way for our day to end!

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: dream, prejudice,

Heaven on Earth

Heaven on earth



End to wars, enmity and strife,
A heaven on earth it will be,
Utmost value, respect for life,
Hearts beating in love and all glee,
Above self and prejudiced we,
Flowers will bloom be it autumn,
Faith and belief in full quantum,
Content and peace will find their way,
Fragrance of hope spreads, dreams blossom,
Heaven will walk on earth that day !!





Written Jan 28th, 2015
8 syllables/ line 
ababbccdcd
For Dr. Ram's "Dizain me" contest

Awarded 2nd place


Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: angst, love,

Sincerity

Please, my heart begs you stifle each false thought. I see wounding words forming in your eyes. Spoken, false words will shape love more distraught than this swelled tussle we now realize. Best we speak core truth, lest we spin crosswise. I urge healing sincerity from you, not jabs to maim me thoroughly dark blue. Let your heart tenderly engage with mine that our fine love will strengthen its feel through full hearts entwined in love tighter aligned.
... CayCay September 9, 2016

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: life,

Joys of Being Naked

Ah, yes, the joys of being naked
I love you’re wholly naked with me
Others have us wisely rated
They can go outside, come and see
And wish to one day simply be

Secure in their bodies enough
To be glowing in the buff
Greatly we are completely so
Got invisible clothes and stuff
Comfortable in skin I know

Russell Sivey

Syllable count of 8(also a form of Dizain)

Entrant into Cyndi MacMillan's "YOUR BIRTHDAY SUIT" contest

Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: dedication, history, music, nostalgia, dance, dance,

The Twist

A fabulous dance started in Philadelphia. Around 1960 was when it would occur. Fans of this dance amounted to a plethora. The man who made it famous had a strange moniker. This recording artist’s name was “Chubby Checker” His hit song made it to number one back then. Chubby had a follow-up with “Let’s Twist Again”. Countless times on the radio it would play. “The Twist “was popular with both women and men. People who love nostalgia still dance it today. Robert Pettit for the "Let's Dance" contest

Poem Details | by Nehpets Gnik |
Categories: love, marriage,

HEAVENLY MARRIAGE

 
In marriage love and grace needed
Two hearts shall know no ending
Vows taken should not be impeded
Perfect care and passions transforming
Children born the family advancing.
Heaven is a impeccable marriage
While greater love full courage;
If love begins to shrink with fear
Husband and wife should read the message
With problems solved heavenly life near.



Poem Details | by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: april, beauty, birthday, joy, me, paris, philosophy,

Saint Lazarus in the rain

too beautiful for me? okay
I arrange my fluids
in curve ecstasy

a vibrant meditation
and it is all

I will be philosopher of love
an esthete of the bodies

without desire
without passion

a pure soul

Poem Details | by Margaret Foster |
Categories: lost love,

Midnight Pearl

When darkness decends in the long day's wake
Cool breezes waft and sigh a gentle sigh
The crescent moon her chosen course will take
To carve a pathway through the starlit sky
And midnight brings dreams of sweet days gone by

To fleeting a pearl, to fragile to last
Sweet days of delight and sheer youthful bliss
That purest of days in long distant past
The joy of first love, the thrill of first kiss
Is  lost back in time and dim foggy mist



Margaret Foster April 2012

Contest. Russel's " Midnight Pearl "

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: childhood, fantasy,

Busy Hands in the Sand

 
A young boy toddles with shovel and pail. His mother watches him fall to the sand. Laughter erupts on the wind like a sail blowing his toyboat to a distant land as water cascades over busy hands. His pint-sized sandcastle towers above the boy's imaginative stories of a king sitting on a fairy tale throne. The shoreline displays his labor of love where the sand and ocean are brightly sewn. By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders for Sandcastles by the Seashore contest (Gail Doyle)

Poem Details | by Johnny Sumler |
Categories: loveold, love, old,

My Elder Love

Madame, thou art mature and must I say...
Thy wine is old and pleasing to the taste
The love you give to me no one could weigh
Yet eyes eavesdrop on evenings we embrace
Your years above my age is their distaste

For you came like a cougar in the night
Desires upon my flesh you did delight
After our lips would play and kiss with tongue
We lay in love and looking in the light
You would say I was old and she was young

Johnny Sumler
COUGAR EFFECT

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: life, love,

Whilst Porcelain Skins, Excitedly Grow

Where does one start when through my eyes I see I see curvatures of she, her soul glows Naked to bare she lies living so free Her undulated figure in froze pose Whilst porcelain skins, excitedly grow She to me she climbs, snake like we're entwined Defined, enriched and absorbed, two in dine Our skeletal skins dance, naked now we Undressed we're elected to be, aligned Where does one start when through my eyes I see

Poem Details | by Virginia Mitchell |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, lost love, love, seasons, autumn,

I'm Orange



I am not blue today, though I forgot.
I’m orange as the autumn leaves, blown astray:
Or, maybe a pumpkin with missing gut.
Seasons transform and summer fades away,
And seas hold the sun’s flag in disarray.
I hope sister Moon will rise, dressed in blue,
To alight the night with her lonely hue.
Though, I’d don the harvest gown, full and bold.
I miss those red-bikini days, it’s true,
When ideals, like cheap pearls, were bought and sold.







Poem Details | by Brian Davey |
Categories: break up, depression, sad love,

Sewer of Sadness




Sewer of Sadness
Walking in the dark down a hole I fall Slipping in the darkness that consumes me Crashing to the bottom feeling so small Wet sewerness in constant misery She showed me the signs I chose not to see Now in emptiness I long for the chance to start over again in our romance Knowing I will never receive this wish Dreaming of her closeness in one more dance waking up in defecation with fish
05/13/16