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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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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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Diana Bosa |
Categories: love, mystery, mythology, wisdom,

Desire

Craving to know both side of your story: Helios and Erebus.

Poem Details | by Dan Keir |
Categories: absence, age, courage, environment, forgiveness, growth, hate, hero, hope, howl, identity, introspection, leaving, loneliness, lost love, memory, miracle, mythology, nostalgia, pain, passion, philosophy, poets, rain, rights, sad, science fiction, sky, space, stress, travel, voice, wisdom, world,

Flat Canvas

Flat canvas;

Bubbling brown ridges strike 
The confining dimensions in a hostile yawn: 
Upwards, Outwards.

Walk the world no longer, an ending beckons, 
A precipice builds moments where swallows wager wings 
On new seed: New breeds.
Falling buys the assurance of seconds
From a sinking well. 
Oh well.

Remember us when the globe begins to slip,
Bang drums for our pity:
Our crescendos mean less than meaningless.
And then, when spheres crack, continue 
On the whorl of a thumb, 
Stretching hope to nothing.
Run.

Poem Details | by Shirley Candy |
Categories: beauty, blue, devotion, dream, fantasy, longing, love, magic, mythology, ocean, sky,

Tale of a mermaid

Along with the rising of the sun Sea and sky hand in hand in blue Creating a faint line of illusion, A boundaries of the real and unreal. There was a mermaid dancing with the waves Her long golden hair magically shiny, A true flawless unnatural beauty. She waited for the lonely souls; Who doze in the dream of eternal love Who needs to be saved from nothingness Souls who stray in search of peace. Since the era of the gods, she has lived, And so her story will continue to live. In the dreams of every sailor.

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: body, devotion, joy, love, mythology, true love, water,

Water

Beneath the deep lakes 
of your soul, there's no need to 
swim for I cannot

drown. It's a holy 
water, a sacred one and
long ago before 

this world could have you,
before you were born into
this fragile body

of yours by washing 
all over me you turned the
bitter tears of mine

into your sweetness
of joy like Okeanos. From
you, I could never 

gulp down enough for
I forget to remember 
but remember to 

forget at the same 
time, because one side of yours
is Lethe and the 

another one is
Mnemosyn, thus to here and
now I can always belong.

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, lost love, love, mythology, romance, sorrow,

Endymion - Decima

 
(Decima) Endymion some poets say Was a king some say a hunter But most believe a shepherd fair And a youth of great beauty too Then She the moon Selene saw him Loved him and coming down kissed him Slept beside him,slept at her whim He never woke,lies always so By mountainside as it death do She lulls to sleep as she kiss him. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2011 September,24,2014

Poem Details | by Michael Pendragon |
Categories: fantasy, love, mythology,

DRAGON EYES

Darkly glancing dragon eyes
	Dancing pools of fiery light
Sparkling gems witched from the skies
	Emerald, pearl, and ruby bright
Opal, sapphire, amethyst
	Coyly blend their crystal beams
Diamond spheres by heaven kissed
	Doorways to a thousand dreams
Wild -- undreampt since Ancient Time
	When the dragon ruled the night
Words were Magick, Music, Rhyme
	Bardic songs set hearts aflight
Man and Woman ruled as Kings
	In that Golden Paradise
Soaring high on dragon wings
	'Til the snow-white moon would rise
Gone -- Lost in Night's endless deeps
	Yet its phantom-image lies
Where the waiting dragon sleeps
Deep within your dragon eyes.

Poem Details | by Anoucheka Gangabissoon |
Categories: life, love, muse, mystery, mythology, write, writing,

Some intimacy with my muse

Ever since I met that one being
I have been lost in a world of his own
So charming he is, so elevating
That by his side, to sorrow I am no more prone

Though I know not his form, or his name
Though I feel him not physically
He makes feel like I am a real dame
All sweet, pampered and so sexy

He allowed my dreams to come true
Writing and making my verses come alive
Writing and leaving behind my steps in black and blue
Why such is the reason why I took birth, I believe

O Muse, never, oh never do leave my side
Only your charms can fill up my emptiness with pride!

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: dark, destiny, love, mythology, together, true love, uplifting,

Scissors

We are like a pair 
of scissors: alone - useless 
blades of solitude,  
but together - Atropos' 
shears cutting the thread of fate.

Poem Details | by Kim van Breda |
Categories: love, mythology,

VENUS VELOCITY

VENUS VELOCITY the mighty Aphrodite flaunts her voluptuous Venus Velocity a beauty of note with potential to transform and emote she even outdid Helen of Troy but alas… Prince Paris chose Helen which started a war her symbol the dove a peace offering which is odd as she controlled and manipulated her love Venus Velocity which leads us to life’s truthful sting looks are and always will be everything © Kim van Breda—10 February 2015

Poem Details | by Gail Foster |
Categories: hero, inspiration, love, mythology, nature, poetry, psychological,

Oestrogen Mythology

Beware, for she writes poetry, and ye
Unwitting pilgrim, may become a king
Anointed at the new moon, in the spring
Within an oestrogen mythology
Take care, for she writes poetry, and thee
Good man, may move her blood and heart to sing
Be crowned with oak leaves, bound within the ring
Become her ovulation fantasy

She fair may be, but subject to the pull
Of hormones, gravity, and tidal flow
She makes her heroes, though unconsciously
From those who touch her when the moon is full
She’ll cry and tear her hair out when you go
And pen progesterone tragedy

© Gail Foster 7th September 2016