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Poem Details | by Keith O.J. Hunt |
Categories: fantasy, love, mythology, romance,

Wind Rider

**From my collection of poems:  'Apollo's Diary' 


I wonder if she thinks of me,
   at night, alone.....
   in her melting-bed;
With moon full as her curiousity
   ....my breath, the wind in the late hour
   the stars I shall tease with,
   and phallic-lavender to ignite her bosom;
I am all things gentle, yet mighty,
   soft as her silk sheets.....
Dark and tall in her bedroom shadows,
   but candle-light makes me real
   with the night so young,
   if a king should come ----
   he will not do.....
She longs love, not adulterous power;
   I shall whisper upon a balmy breeze.....
(I wonder if she thinks of me)
    at night.....


Poem Details | by Tony Bush |
Categories: life, lost love, love, social, image, myth,

Mythology And Image

By every image spoken, 
her mind and heart were broken; 
the given and the taken 
sought their grave for things forsaken. 

Belief and dream dissolving 
to a point beyond resolving, 
sinking painful instants after 
in a hiss of serpent laughter. 

Mythology sent packing, 
fading image grey and lacking; 
wasted time drained in seclusion, 
mourned the rag and bone illusion. 

What a fool, somehow believing 
in the words, denied deceiving; 
now alone with smiles resigned, 
her orphaned love, no home to find.

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: love, mythology,

Aphrodite


Gorgeous, eternally young
Alluring she emerges 
Rising from the foaming waves
In dazzling beauty.

The forged magical girdle
She wears ‘round her naked waist
Attracts with enticing charms
The power of love.

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Contest: Dodoitsu
Sponsor: Dr. Ram Mehta


Poem Details | by Ayesha Karim |
Categories: color, conflict, culture, heartbroken, mythology, sin,

Love Potion

Love Potion 


Add chinchilla fur at the end
Two cups of cold water
Ice
A pound of sugar
A clove of garlic
Four cinnamon sticks
A package of Big Red gum
A teaspoon of curry powder
A bunch of fresh parsley
Five lb bag of white rice to throw all over room and bed
Add some cotton candy

Poem Details | by Ken Duddle |
Categories: eve, love, mythology, satire,

The Original Sin

As Adam and Eve walked through the garden Their love grew and grew They gathered berries for their supper And leaves for a brew. Later as they lay naked under the stars Adam kissed Eve and gently stroked her thighs They heard a sound, turned in fright And saw a vision before their eyes. 'Stop, sin no more or go to Hell' Spake the fanged head But then it spoke no more As with a stone Adam hit it till dead. Adam turned to Eve with a smile 'We still have much to learn and see But what I'd really like to know Is what was in that tea?

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: beautiful, character, love, mythology,

Apollo And Daphne - The Eight By Four Style

~Apollo And Daphne~
(Eight By Four)


Apollo's first love
a beautiful
maiden that when
Apollo saw her
in the woods fell
in love with-but
Daphne fled from
him just frightened

Apollo was in
such hot pursuit
that when she felt
his breath she screamed
at her father
the god Peneus
who just changed her
into a tree.



Dorian Petersen Potter
aka ladydp2000
copyright@2011


October.19.2016



~Author's  Notes:

" The Eight by Eight" is a poetry
style created by Alvin Otto Stewart.




Poem Details | by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: appreciation, black african american, girl, love, mythology, passion,

Aphrodite Night

       APHRODITE NIGHT
Remembering that night of our last touch,
when nothing was between us we should know,
in love with loving you, and just how much
I wonder, where in time do such nights go?

Forbidden like a box all sealed up tight,
or like the burning Zeus refused to share
with mortals such as we, and on this night,
Pandora's box was opened everywhere,

you were, that night, my first and only love
and always shall remain this part of me,
created from the earth and waters of
a night when Aphrodite let us see.
       
And I am more than blessed for loving you
          forever and all time, as I will do.
© ron wilson aka vee bdosa the doylestown poet

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: animal, magic, mythology, science fiction, silly,

Mermaids

Beautiful mermaids:
Mythical ocean dwellers.
Why don't they have gills?
Mythical mermaids--
If real, are they then friendly,
Or are they Sirens?
Caught you a mermaid?
Best not fall in love with her.
They don't mate, they spawn!

Poem Details | by Peter Churchley |
Categories: angst, beauty, betrayal, lost love, love, mythology, romantic,

Cerberus

mythical black dog i hear your howling from the darkness gate keeper of the underworld perpetual torment cries the name of a lost love as innocent blood drips from my heart in payment of pride i beg let loves pure soul pass to taste the mornings sun kisses upon sweet fresh earth come to heel demon beast of hades brood no malice upon love's freedom for hell can spare one soul tonight
6.2013 indigo-song ©

Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: allegory, candy, mythology, myth,

A myth and proverb united

A melt down occurred high outside
That ended a fabulous ride
Let's love licorice
But recall Icarus
Whose fall was preceded by pride


Author's note: Licorice is dark and an allegory for the bad things one needs in life.  We know that bad is stimulating, but too much of a good thing can have the opposite effect.


Poem Details | by Sharon Gulley |
Categories: desire, emotions, imagination, love, mythology, stars,

Talking With Venus

Standing on a cliff high above
the noise.
Reaching for the star I have
wished upon.
Oh! Venus, Goddess high above
can you talk to me about spiritual
love?
Can I just reach it once and hold
it close to me?
So I can see my wish coming true
clearly.
Puffy white clouds entertain our frame 
of time as I sit and talk with Venus in
her celestial confine.

Poem Details | by Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis |
Categories: adventure, allegory, celebration, encouraging, health, journey, mythology,

At The End of The Rainbow

At my rainbow's end, there'll be new beginning
alluring voice will usher me to inning.

At the end of the rainbow, one sign says do or die
there's much more to life, than meet the eyes.

At my rainbow's end, a scenic reservoir
on elevated grounds I'll jog, with morning star.

The end of my rainbow shows seconds for perfection
I'll revert as one holding gold medallions.

At my rainbow's end, I'll see family and friends
waving colorful flags, with words of love I extend.

Then again, at the end of my rainbow, I'll be poised
since share of equanimity, will surely be my prize.

*

(Entry for Eve Roper's "At the End of the Rainbow" contest

Poem Details | by Marilyn Williams |
Categories: allegory, fun, heartbreak, imagery, love, mythology, wisdom,

What Happen to Nickles

I once knew a man named Nickles who road on a bike with a Sickle He did it so nice, that he did it twice. Now, he's in a barrel of pickles.

Poem Details | by J-Mag Guthrie |
Categories: adventure, god, hero, love, myth, mythology,

Theseus of Greek Mythology

clew a thread unraveled it pulls me back away from the scene where I had done battle other heroes are god-touched their fathers' powers aiding them sore and wounded ... I retrace my steps the heartstring of my love will pull me through

Poem Details | by Ngoc Nguyen |
Categories: bereavement, inspiration, leaving, muse, mythology,

Sonnet to Calliope, Chief of the Nine Muses

My muse sighs and leaves me unwell
and cuckolds me like faithless love
as if she's ne'er my god or belle,
afflatus or creative breath	 
who came from the summits above
to save me from poetic death!
"Why go, O Calliope!?" I yell;
her leaving brings about such woe
and inexpressible sorrow
that's too profound, too deep to tell:
I pray to Zeus I'll never know
this Melancholia of hell!
My muse sighs and takes leave of me,—
I yell, "Why go, O Calliope!?"







Poem Details | by Dear Heart |
Categories: art,

John William Waterhouse



I love images beautifully
painted by this man, inspired by
life, poems, mythology,
infused with bright colors.
I admire his style.
British artist,
born in Rome.
Love his
art.


_____________________
November 23, 2015

Nonet

For the contest, Favorite Painter, sponsor, Nayda Ivette Negron

First Place

Poem Details | by arthur vaso |
Categories: allah, art, beauty, bible, life, mythology, nature,

Butterfly Angel

Sun bronzes my wings
As I flutter in the wind
Drinking the nectar of flowers
Chasing lovers
		 in skies bright or grim
Dancing on clouds swirly white
Softly I sing of natures right
To love all other breathing things
A God who says different
Is a serpent who sins

Poem Details | by Poetry Is It |
Categories: health, love, mystery

Gossamer Shroud

Gossamer Shroud  

 
  

  
   
 
  Finery most precious.
Whimsical silk and all it's tales.
More than deep mythology.
So that woman may go naked, 
while clothed.
Wearing nought, 
but bright colored clouds.
Almost religious, 
sericulture of it's knowledge.
Volunteering, I live to do so, 
'Standing' guard over this secret.
Even today, being windy it is so.
And it is, 
ever so much cooler because of it. 

Is It Poetry 
 
 

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: beautiful, love, mythology, tree,

Apollo And Daphne - The Eight By Four

~Apollo And Daphne~ (Eight By Four) Apollo's first love a beautiful maiden that when Apollo saw her in the woods fell in love with, but Daphne fled from him just frightened Apollo was in such hot pursuit that when she felt his breath she screamed at her father the god Peneus who just changed her into a tree. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2011
October.03.2015 "Eight by Eight" is a poetry style created by Alvin Otto Stewart.

Poem Details | by Samuel Robinson |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, blue, boat, dark, death, girl, god, image, loss, love, mythology, natural disasters, nature, romantic, sad love, sea, sorrow, storm, water,

cerulean loss

her alabaster lips did drown
the sea with rage that fateful dawn.
how beautiful with skin so pale,
her alabaster lips. did drown
the roar of waves and shredded sail.
Poseidon's wrath on human pawn.
her alabaster lips did drown.
the sea with rage that fateful dawn...

Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark |
Categories: death, jealousy, love, mythology,

Hyacinth

He stole the heart of the Sun
Charmed the western wind
Then on a whim
He played a game with them
at the greatest cost
It was a terrible fight
For by jealousy's might
And the discus's flight
Hyacinth's life was lost

Poem Details | by Mary Oliver Rotman |
Categories: allegory, dream, gothic, lust, mythology, sensual,

Incubus

My incubus, dark visitor, draining my love by night, spurning the day; Yours is the shadow time when hypnotic kisses declare love and make promises that dissolve with approaching dawn. My lover, my vampire, shed night's mantle and share with me the day. Face the sun if you dare.

Poem Details | by Amy Green |
Categories: devotion, hope, love, night, night,

One Kiss Bliss

Secreted are we
Our bliss every night one kiss
Meet at Mt. Uka*
As O-Kuni-Nushi and
Suseri-Hime once did 

Escape jealousy
Our bliss every night one kiss
A dearth show of love
For now it must be enough
Our rapture depends on it

Foresight favors us
Our bliss every night one kiss
Sapient virtues
Chaste restraint, infinite wait
Choice removed- prorogued passion.



A. Green-
O-Kuni-Nushi and Suseri-Hime (lovers in Japanese mythology)
build their palace at the foot of Mt. Uka. 

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: adventure, beautiful, beauty, confidence, conflict, confusion, culture, desire, destiny, devotion, dream, environment, feelings, for her, for him, forgiveness, friendship, growth, heartbreak, heartbroken, humanity, i am, i love you, i miss you, imagination, joy, lost love, love, love hurts, miss you, missing, missing you, mountains, mythology, passion, spiritual, true love, uplifting, woman, women,

Our Mountain

When you see our mountain in your dream,
I wonder what goes through your mind:

Do you want to climb to the top,
or quietly sit down and enjoy your find?

Do you want to dig a tunnel through,
or walk around to see what's behind?

Do you want to remember it in the morning,
or prefer dreaming of a different kind?

Poem Details | by Seth Diamond |
Categories: love,

She the Goddess

You are a myth,
and every day
your father and I write
your mythology.

Chapter and verse it
goes on and on.
Why not? You're not real.
But in our hearts,
and hopes, and dreams.

You're a legend - don't laugh.
The lady in the lake.
Aphrodite.
The sweetest sound
who called the young sailors.

the end