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Still life with oxen
By Zyskandar A. Jaimot on 05/28/2007
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Still life with oxen


The Tunbridge World's Fair is a rural festival
where every September we would gather
to celebrate Vermont's past. Ensuring that natives
never forget thei .....
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And On it Goes
By kennethcook on 09/26/2013
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The young bird staggers painfully
in a small circle, its broken wing
dragging on the golden, grassy
savannah, while the old baboon
watches in hungry anticipation.
Meanwhile, the hi .....
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The Doll
By kennethcook on 09/22/2013
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The dusty antique doll sits
in silent patience atop the
mantle with eyes glazed to
a dull cataract grey, while
the shapeless gingham dress
and the once blonde ringlets
of ar .....
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where here
By flanders on 12/16/2010
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They lie in holes dug six foot deep
soil covered boxes in witch to sleep
night time will gather and have a talk
whose grave today did family walk,
the living can''t be bothered far to .....
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LOVE IS A ROLLER COASTER
By Biggus on 02/12/2010
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Being in love with you
Was like a roller coaster ride
Exhilarating and stomach churning
But not in a good way
Not in that happy waving your arms in the air
Screaming with delight k .....
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That Old Lonely Song
By kennethcook on 09/21/2013
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Somewhere deep in the heart
of the coldest winter.
Lost and forgotten in the midst
of the hottest summer.
Patient and alone through the
wind and rain of spring and fall,
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Evening
By kennethcook on 09/19/2013
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Dusty beams of light stripe the floor and
paint the wall with pale, tawny streaks.
Another day is yawning to a close, as the
deep red sun rolls down below the hills
and the nocturnal .....
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WHAT A LOAD OF BANKERS
By Biggus on 12/18/2009
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Bonuses are a reward for a job well done
In short they have to be earned
But you gave yourselves bonuses
While you were fucking up the world
You even gave yourselves bonuses
When .....
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Passage
By kennethcook on 09/18/2013
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one tiny leaf
spirals down
to the ground,
as somewhere
up in the dark
evening sky
a new star
suddenly sparks
into existence.

She died today.

[For Ju .....
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The World of Lost Dreams
By HappyShamrock13 on 07/05/2012
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-Dreams:
Sweet like cotton candy sweetly enriching one''s sleep
with clouds of goals and hopes in life
as one sleeps and .....
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Where is the Justice?
By kennethcook on 09/11/2013
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The hungry cat watches with flared eyes
and twitching tail, as the tiny injured bird
lies helpless, chirping on the cold, hard ground.
(Where is the Justice?)
The small, terri .....
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ABUNDANCE
By Rjc33020 on 09/09/2012
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Integritys so much but its worth it
But u dont have to buy it, you''re born with it.
You make it harder when you give it away for a buck
Without integrity its all just luck
Luck make .....
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The Tinkle of Christmas.
By Elcid on 09/10/2013
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I hear the tinkle of Christmas,
Cash-registers give out several tinkles,
As we all emerge from Midnight-Mass,
Santa Claus his nose and his face crinkles,

I hear the tinkle of Chri .....
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The Welcome
By kennethcook on 08/26/2013
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The thin beams of sparse sun
fall through the thick green
pine trees and spill onto the
brown needle covered floor of
the dark forest in pale golden
stripes, as the tiny sp .....
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That Place
By kennethcook on 09/02/2013
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(Send me to that place)
Where I can swallow the golden sun,
drink the azure blue sky and chew on
sweet marshmallow clouds while I
fry my glistening skin, as salty sea breezes .....
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The Dream Of Awakening
By terasinas on 01/19/2009
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In Memory of Martin Luther King

The Dream of Awakening


Prophetic dreams of inspired men,
messages of cosmic wisdom,
bring us visions of .....
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The Hill
By kennethcook on 08/27/2013
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A tall round hill rises
in the distance
under heartbreakingly
blue skies.
My feet itch to climb
as they plead
with my stubborn head.
The delicious sun
sprays d .....
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Dripping
By kennethcook on 08/29/2013
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That constant dripping off the roofs and trees
as the silvery rain descends from the grey skies
and falls through the foggy air, lapping the leaves
and quenching the thirst of th .....
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Opaque and Arcane
By aposiopesis on 01/03/2009
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What is it that guides the leaf
and pushes the clouds across the sky?
What is it that pulls open the petals, of the moonlight flower
and sings the mysterious willow song?

What is .....
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Singing
By me! on 08/28/2013
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You probably wonder why I can sing a song I'd never heard till that afternoon in front of 80 something people, but I've never sung for you.
I kind of thought maybe you'd never really thought o .....
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