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Everyday (Original Poem)

5 Aug 2020 1 minute read 6 comments Sasha Raven

Playing likely I'm young, but I'm so old,all these troubles made me bold.I'm used to live like singles,that spine sometimes just tingles.I have no time for that divorce,so I say a lot: "Just try not to force!"I cannot please all her wishes,I have a j...

The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying - Sogyal Rinoche

5 Aug 2020 2 minute read 3 comments Bragato18

This is not nearly as gruesome as the title suggests. It was many moons ago that I was introduced to this, by a very good friend of mine. It has been a big part of my life ever since. Something I call on to get through the tough times or just when my...

Tesla Storm | Straight into the eye, we're going...

13 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Neon-Kitten

To steady times - always changing, of newest primes - old Nik's awakening.  The Stars, all set - shine so bright, his mighty get - earthborn right, enigmatic check, in dearth-torn light.  Stars' golden glimmer - the river shining, the billions' dimm...

Quarrel (Original Poem)

7 Aug 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Sasha Raven

»You think you're so important? Yeah, you like to act!There is no doubt no more yes, 'cause that's a fact!«»No! I'm not like that or fake, I am real!Please, no conspiracies, with that just deal...I really have no time to fake or to pretend,with poetr...

The Deception Infection

11 Jul 2020 1 minute read 1 comment KiBLS

The Deception Infection Today all opposites are twisted. But every action and deed was listed! As truth and falsehoods inverted slowly, sense and reason were not longer holy. Because all these sweet lies tasted better. Some have swallowed every blasp...

The clowns of the waves

13 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments AnOrdinaryTechLife

The following was inspired by my experience while traveling on the east coast of Australia. An excursion on a boat that traveled up and down the coast and regularly encountered these enigmatic creatures. We wait by the harbour in the dead of nightA s...

CryptoPoetry #1

10 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments evannemo

She looks towards the Sky,the True Gods would never lie.She's like Venus under Aether,so her wallet's full of Ether. She would never really love me,she prefers to do some HODLing.She would buy on price drops,so her wallet's full of Tron. Through the...

POETRY OF ARCHAIC GREECE 1 - HESIOD

10 Jul 2020 17 minute read 1 comment YouveBeenGreeked

Greece’s earliest surviving literacy is poetic; it was the 8th century BC that saw the advent of writing in a form we’d recognise today. An epic was a form of poem common in ancient Greece, and a singer of an epic was a professional oral poet known a...

AMOR'S LABYRINTH [Philip Daniel; 2020]

25 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments PhilipDaniel

AMOR'S LABYRINTH Idle warmth,Whence thought metaphysic does rise, betray our pledges.So gone forthHave we,To hunt worthWorthwhile.Once trod north,That sod swarth,Below sky, beguileOur spirits, our souls trapped 'mongst hedgesOf yew,Signs true.Winds b...

Corn Flowers

17 Jul 2020 1 minute read 0 comments AnOrdinaryTechLife

A Crown of electric blueBejewelled with morning dewYou stretch to taste the morning sunA breeze then brushes pastYou bow your head into its pathA friendly lady bird drops byAnd sets ablaze the view.   Thank you Publish0x, take care. Share your ideas...