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Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: faith, fantasy, happiness, hope, imagination, life, love, peace, people, philosophy, science fiction, social, spaceautumn,


It is 2012 within the season of autumn in that year.
Humankind knows not whether to be sad or cheer.
A new sphere arrived; they call it planet kunzite.
In an orbit opposite of earth, aligned perfectly right.
Was it our doom, or salvation we awaited a sign.
Upon the next moon, our answer came so divine.
Planet kunzite was to be our new home to live.
To go in peace and harmony with only love to give,
No more wars or anger for any human to spread,
In the stars surrounding, words are there to be read.
Kunzite a jewel for everyone, especially new born,
So upon each morning a new greeting shall adorn.

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: hope, imagination, life, love, nature, people, places, science fiction,

Natural Reflection

Just like a flower
Sunshine stimulates her face
Sparkling with love

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: lost love, science fiction,

Zombie Eyes

   Is she a zombie...
Her eyes are vacant; her heart's
   fire extinguished, brittle ash

   Hush! She approaches
expressionless, gliding through
   a different dimension

Poem Details | by The Melody Sings |
Categories: adventure, girlfriend-boyfriend, life, love, science, science fiction

Catching Fire- Poem

This poem is inspired by the second book in The Hunger Games Series. Warning- Contains 

Sparks aflame
Fire and rage spread
Nowhere to go
Nowhere to run!

The capitol want's revenge!
They will do anything to get it.
Back into the arena I am sent
Pitting Peeta and I against each other.

A marriage proposal
never to be fufilled
they tricked us
It will never happen.

I have to go on
a twist in the story
Tick,tock,tick, tock
The arena is a clock

All living tributes 
taken out of the arena
a official is secretly a rebel
wanting to overthrow the capitol

But where is Peeta?
No where to be found
Caputured in the hands of the capitol
I must save him!

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, cheer up, computer, desire, destiny, devotion, emotions, encouraging, fantasy, feelings, funny, future, humorous, i love you, love, love hurts, math, meaningful, metaphor, miss you, mystery, passion, relationship, romance, romantic, sad love, school, science, science fiction, silly, social, sweet, teacher, together, true love, truth, uplifting, visionary, word play,


One is love, 
Zero is everything else. 

Poem Details | by A.O. Taner |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, character, cheer up, computer, courage, culture, cute love, deep, desire, destiny, first love, for her, girlfriend, guitar, hope, i am, i love you, i miss you, imagination, inspiration, internet, loneliness, lonely, love, love hurts, meaningful, miss you, missing, missing you, nonsense, nostalgia, philosophy, places, relationship, science, science fiction, simple, technology, tribute, true love, wisdom,


teardrops appeared on my tablet
on both sides of the glass
mine on top
hers underneath,
shed from miles away

which was which
who was where
did not matter
any longer

real or virtual,
all merged into one 
- a brook of joy
running through the valley of time
destined for 
unchartered pleasures

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: love, science fiction

Unrequited Love - Parise Pariku

light crackles through the dark clouds
compassion fills creator
energy gives birth to mate –

     Frankenstein’s adoration not returned

*"Parise Pariku" for Rick’s contest.  

Poem Details | by Tom Arnone |
Categories: insect, lost love, love, marriage, planet, science fiction, space,

Call To Mars

Saving credits for a trip to the stars,
A cave at Alba Mons volcano:
Ancient secrets, flowing bars;
Greenish women, so Bueno;
Artifacts, old, Martian,
Calling me to hug.
Beetle auction.
Red dust bug.
Big brained,
Belonging to
Polka-dot fellows
Sexy ladybugs knew.
A rust-colored threesome
In waters that ran chilled and new;
But, air-thinned with delirium,
And a dusty marriage Mars did eschew.

Poem Details | by JSLambert Mister ROBOTO |
Categories: art, faith, happiness, health, hope, imagination, inspirational, love, mother, native american, natural disasters, nature, religion, science, science fiction, space, uplifting, visionary,


~~~~~~~~~~~ "Sky's eyebrows white on blue juxtaposed... tears wave to wash away pain on cue" ~~~~~~~~ ~JSLambert © 2012 Poet TreeZ Publishing

Poem Details | by andy thomson |
Categories: computer, girl, love, science fiction, sound, space, voice,


Digital beauty encoded in space
Densely packaged with binary relays
A hybrid of English et en Français
Dreaming out loungey soft beats and delays
Super 45’s and magnetic tape
Transfers of energy through vintage keys
Trading the lead to entrance and escape
Analog phases alighting the breeze
Delicate spires of open finesse
Hushed drones that mingle in the subsonic
Limitless visions in limited press
Mixing it down into Duophonic
Sensual ribbons of Marxist ideals
Consciously rolling Motorik appeal

Poem Details | by Ken Carroll |
Categories: beautiful, love, lust, science fiction,

Extraterrestrial Lover

You may not believe this
but my last lover
was an extraterrestrial
which caused me great distress
the way she transformed me
her out of this world dress.

She brings winter with her overnight
pseudo-snow fell rocket high
a siren unlike all the other girls
a pleasing form to my human eyes
making love underneath force field
captivating planetarium starlit skies.

Kisses of rapture times warp speed
circling around the rings of Saturn
I will follow her to the end of the galaxy
my lips locked to hers, I love her
beam me up my darling and kiss me
my lovely and beautiful femalien...

Poem Details | by reyhan yucebay |
Categories: life, love, peace, philosophy, science fiction,

my love

Winds blows your hair  
Kisses  salty  crystals
Eyes of yours hit ocean
Rocks planets still rebourne 
In many spoken languages
In many dimensions 
Anywhere in any times
I be with you  to bless
Stop  drifting clocks

Poem Details | by Teddy Kimathi |
Categories: art, lost love, philosophy, sad, science fiction, vanity,

The Time Machine

(I was inspired by the movie "The Time Machine", to write this piece)

For days, weeks, and months,
he became a hermit of science,
working on a device 
to return to his beloved, to return
things as they were four months,
and a fortnight ago; two lovers
embracing a romantic walk together,
in a snowing evening.

Memories of her smile and good heart
gave him courage to create a device
that would make him disappear
from the present,
and meet her in the past.

He depended upon physics to alter
time and fate; to return his joy
and meaning once again…..

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.

Poem Details | by lucifer very very very 1st |
Categories: science, science fiction, time,

the love of science

grant is granted of love
grant is granted of science
love is downgraded to love
love is downgraded to science
grant is granted to a downgrade of love
grant is granted to a downgrade of science
science is science's downgrade of love

vision is vision's granted of love
vision is vision's granted of science
vision is a granted vision
vision is a granted science
science is science' s vision of love
science is science's vision of science
love is a vision of science

downgrade is downgraded to science
downgrade is downgraded to love
love is love's science of love
love is granted as love
science is a love of science
love is granted as science
love downgrade love to science

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: inspirational, light, love, romantic, science fiction, space, time,


Traveling by the 
speed of light just to bend time 
and space I came to 

cross over unknown
galaxies for reaching your fond
hex-black singularity.

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: absence, blue, heartbroken, pain, sad love, science, science fiction,


Within your system 
of abstract data I'm the
one; the broken semaphore
who yearns for an error-patch.

Poem Details | by Edward McCormick |
Categories: adventure, angst, art, dedication, family, fantasy, love, passion, romance, science fiction, love,

from Suede Dragon and the Theoretical Formula

A fragrant dancing tickles in my nose Inhaling deep- intoxicant perfume- Of some invisible narcotic rose. The earth is host to swirling love in bloom! Yet summers final blossom wilts away. Each dawning promissory sunset sky- Spectacular transition- ends each day, And no escaping, not for you and I! Two points of view may vary constancy, Surrendering to marginal debate. Relinquishing all fervent penalty, Embracing change, I yield, my devastate. May love transcendent of mentality Deliver always swift reality!

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: dedication, fantasy, children, happiness, holiday, imagination, inspirational, love, science, science fiction, sea, seasons, thank you, uplifting, visionarychristmas, christmas,

A Christmas Love Story

Cherish the new born king
Hark the herald and
Ring the toll bells
It's Christmas time again and
Santa is on his way as the
Tinsel is strewn and mistletoes are hung
Mama got caught once again 
Alone kissing a guy dressed in red
So I dashed to my window and through open the shutters
Looking upon the roof
Over and over again I somehow now
Vow to remain true in
Even believing in this little Christmas tale of a hymn 

Merry Christmas To All Soupers And Staff
Love Kathy And Jenny

Also Entry For Brian Strand's
Christmas Love Acrostic Contest

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: caregiving, education, fantasy, forgiveness, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, imagination, life, lost love, love, peace, people, science fiction, social, visionary

I'm Not Missing You At All

Whisper in ear
Bliss is  true meaning of happiness
Fragrant scents linger on pillow
Splendor when there mine alone
Tranquility sea has diminished
Dulcet smiles have now gone nil
Wafting thoughts of once was
Lilting spirits to soar again
Eloquence yet deterant
Lavender tears still cascade her cheeks

Poem Details | by Nathan Schaffner |
Categories: angst, lost love, science fiction


moons see clearly
that the stars are so
far away
from each other
like you and I
we have very
different ideas 
about all this
solar systems apart
not even in
the same galaxy
you made that clear to
me tonight
and I can barely
see your Red Giant
shining from here
on my
White Dwarf
it's a pity
space is cold

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: absence, blue, lost love, moon, science fiction, stars, sun,

Dark Matter

Love is like the dark
matter: it holds together 
the universe, yet

mine was broken and
fallen into myriad 
of subatomic 

particles like the
ashen, shattered pieces of
a fractured mirror.

I am aware, 
my love, that I need to go
on the journey of

mine, without you. But 
tell me, where to start; where to 
take the very first 

step into a new 
life when I am even 
incapable of

moving..? Even the 
stars faded tonight, the moon 
was blinded, the sky

is gone out choking
the love-red sun. Tell me who 
am I suppose 

to make it on my 
own without your dark lightning;
without your black silken light.

Poem Details | by charles hice |
Categories: love, on work and working, parody, science fiction, social, prayer, me,


Law enforcement Poem 
Saint Peter put away your knife, if judgement 
Has come from god to us in HIS OWN SON 
Than how can anyone justify the use of force take ofF thy gun oh lawfull man and 
follow him who made the law and told us to just love someone take off the badge 
before it decays and turns the dirt and mud of am back into dust the dust that we 
all are made of. IFF the people are afforded law than let it come in the form of 
GOD and not from a fragment of the earth a piece of lead to take my worth please 
heed my prayer and take me at my word eye don't want law to shoot me with its 
Learn to obey the GOLDEN rule and kiss the SON. 

Poem Details | by Larisa Rzhepishevska |
Categories: science fiction, love,

My Elixir

I will make an elixir now.
Will you ask me how?
It’s such a simple science!
A bottle of reliance,
Another one with love and peace,
One more of trust - love to increase.
I’ll mix all that with magic spoon,
My elixir is going to be ready soon.
And…to complete this picture
I’ll sing a song to my mixture.
How to take this elixir?
Five drops a day will be enough
As it’s really the strongest stuff.
Only one warning is here:
You have to be sincere.
And not mix the drops with beer.

©Larisa Rzhepishevska (Odessa, Ukraine)

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: heartbroken, love, science fiction, space, sun,


Holding your heart is
like having an perilous
experiment on 

reigniting the 
dying sun: it is so hard
and seems entirely 

hopeless, yet it's the 
last chance of humanity; 
it’s still worth fighting for it.