Green

by S.R.Faber
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

Green rushing water
Draining into the seaside
Reflects in my eyes.

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About the author: "Susan Rochelle Faber lives in Toronto, and, has happily decided to put herself 'out there'. Offering her writing, on life, love, and mystery, both from long-ago, and freshly - pressed."

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School

by Herman Johnson
(Chicago )

In the coming year
I will make my family proud
And be successful

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Captured It

by Selena A. Rodriguez
(Oak)

without any force
he seems to have captured it
even though i closed it

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Waves

by Kira
(New Zealand)

Waves crashing around
They look like angry monsters
Ready to eat us

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Tranquility

by prema
(india)

tranquil, lies that silent lake
lush green surroundings soothen
unknown dangers lurk, hidden !!

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Hope

by larrybruks
(manchester uk)

Trusting my spirit
To the summer soaring birds
- winter is gone

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Windy Day

by B. Lang
(Oklahoma)

Winds blowing today
From the south comes lusty gales
With luck rain follows.

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Snow

by mary grace franque rago
(pasay city philippines)

crystal clear snow
caught in this lethargic palm
melts, but freezes vein











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Open to Journey

by Carolynn Thomas Jones
(Birmingham AL USA)

Open to journey.
Shedding fears hold on the sun.
Stepping forth to sheen.

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About the author: "Carolynn Thomas Jones is an artist, nurse and clinical researcher who is beginning a personal 12 month SABBATH toward evolution and mindfulness in the midst of daily living."

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Spicy Rules!

by Ellen
(Edmonton, AB, CA)

Black, orange and cream,
Like a beautiful dessert,
Spicy the cat rules!

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Water Reminds This Age

by Austin Dan
(Jos,Plateau State,Nigeria)

Flood is still searching
Through river, seas and ocean
For lost Noah's Ark

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New Beginning

by patricia
(new jersey)

Summer’s warmth ended,
Autumn’s foreign winds commence
Excitement begins

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Death is Just a Deep Sleep

by Angel McGlone
( cahokia IL )

Slowly his eyes close
Daddy please don't leave us now
Death, just a deep sleep.

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About the author: "My dad died when I was a young one, but mother reassured, he had no sickness or no pain, he was just resting."

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The Old Oak Tree

by Madeleine Devos
(Christchurch, New Zealand )

Rough wrinkly bark
Spiky dark brown branches
Warm sun peeping through

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Overcome the Doubts

by Marilena Gartiez
(Owyhee, Nevada, USA)

Stands a leader proud
Catching the wave now, triumphs
Narrow mind at loss

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About the author: "I am a Native American writer and I love what I do."

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Ocean

by tess
(sydney nsw australia)

the ocean was deep
it smashed over the rocks
the cold night swept over

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Daydream #1


(Tampa, Florida)

Summer's light blue sky
Soft white sand beneath my feet
Daydreaming at work

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Ashes to Ashes

by Abigail Vera
(Florida)

Smoke blocks my senses,
as my paws pound the ground.
I just can't get away...

From this burning feeling inside,
All I can do is watch.
Colors soon fade to gray...

Life as I know it,
Is soon fading to ash,
Ashes to Ashes...

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About the author: "Abigail Vera has multiple talents. She haunts the state of Florida, with her pet chickens. She animates and draws under the name ShadowFury. Sometimes writing poems."

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War

by lizbeth rose agullo
(philippines)

in eerie silence
someone drop their pretenses
blood sheds in darkness

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New Beginning

by shiela mae Tanquerido
(honolulu, HI)

old leaves are gone
they all withered in the sun
new ones have come

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Summer

by Jude Dowell
(Oregon)

Short blades of brown grass
blowing in the summer wind
A red and white barn.

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A Woman's Woe

by Pradip Saha
(India)

A tear drop falls now,
Rolling down to her bosom.
Sorrow's cause unknown.

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Liberal Arts

by Malita
(Romulus, Michigan U.S)

It's cold- rules of law
loop wholes, I'm destined to find
Learn, between the lines.

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As Columbus Would Sail

by Dominic Sylvester
(UK)

Veins would cut through skin
As a river would through land
And this leaves us where?

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About the author: " Just a father of 3 living in Huddersfield (UK). I'm an author in the same way that everyone is. We all have a best seller inside us. It's just getting it out!"

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Team

by david

My friends play football
They score touchdowns every game
They are champions

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Rain

by Megan
(Coconut Creek, FL,USA)

skies are never blue
clouds are never far away
keeping away fun

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About the author: "I started writing three or four years ago. I got more serious about it last year. I like to write short stories also."

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Little Waves

by Christopher M. Davis
(Evansville, IN)

Rippling water
Obfuscated portrayal
A reflection of mind

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The Blind Saw the Dusk

by Artchil C. Daug
(Iligan City, Philippines)

Red shade of sunset
The waves splashing by the shore
God went blindly by

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About the author: "Artchil C. Daug is an assistant professor of history. He writes essays and likes to philosophize."

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Reality

by Nella
(St. Vincent and the Grenadines)

floating among the clouds
wisp to an early dawn
the dreamscape vanishes

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Autumn Days

by jessica
(louise)

leaves dry
the wind sings and blows
everything goes wrong

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The Nature of Fire

by Sean
(Marlow)

Flames

Flickering Flames
Dancing on wood and coal
Turn fools to thinkers


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Embers

Glowing wood and coal
A small flame inside, I see
Like a beating heart


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Sparks

Up jumps a fairy
From flames not fire it comes
Pop, look another

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Rainforest

by Melati H

Green leaves hang from trees
still and damp, moss starts to grow
delicate and fresh.

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