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{Poetry}
Alian2
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08-18-2019 01:22 PM

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Post: #241
RE: {Poetry}
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Cool Cat  Wrote: (08-11-2019 07:43 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-11-2019 07:28 AM)
that's not cool cat
another fool cat
stinking pole cat
eyes peeled back
as the dogs scratch

you take off&escape the pack
up a tree
feel that
you think you're free
but you're still trapped
as the dogs bay
i just laugh
it's off
cough
whatever

believe what you want
for goodness sake

Don’t quit your day job.
I like it.

I have read very little poetry in my life, believe it or not.

Divine inspiration triggered my hidden inner poet.

The work of ones like guest influence me and sometimes provide a word or a theme for my own.

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Alian2
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08-18-2019 01:23 PM

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Post: #242
RE: {Poetry}
I think I am done with this one barring new inspiration. I could double it's size and more if I wanted but without new concepts it won't be better.



IF THERE WERE ONLY ONE STAR YOU WOULD SEE IT IF YOU LOOKED UP LONG ENOUGH

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Yes

I am

always

The fruit

of the tree

of null edge

The surest way

through a wormhole

Is inside of a Klein bottle

If you thought that was hard

You never tried getting out alone

Simply looking in a mirror won't work

Like getting out of a hypercube easy way

Or break it open with anything known to man

You have to make an orange door hinged wrong

Appear right there made out of nothing but thin air

I promise I would tell you how if I knew how to myself

But it really, really is you, so you already knew didn't you

Right there made out of thin air appeared an orange O-ring

Followed quickly by an orange door hinged just the right way

The orange door hinges open with a hauntingly sorrowful sigh

Allowing out one breath of a million times recycled fresh air

She knows her entire universe is just a mere Klein Bottle

Being near infinitely larger and sublime comparatively

And the cooperative computer argues in the dark

Neither ever knowing what the another thinks

While the ones futilely search for matches

Knowing they can't hold a candle to her

As the siren wails through the halls

Now forever echoing in my soul

Blissful without a single end

Of any kind I can imagine

Ever within her sight

Or within range

Amazing

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The Goddess


Sound off. Sensors On.

Antimatter shields are... UP!

Palms to the sky she climbs the air.

Can you see it there just under her feet?

With a view a multitude of birds settled down

With a glance the Mermaids fled the long shore

With a flick of the wrist Leviathans dove deep

With a breath the ships rounded the world

With a blink the Volcano's cooled down

With a stare the clouds all scattered

With a sniff a cool breeze started

With a word the planets aligned

With a sign the moon renewd

And with a single thought

The stars were gone

All of the stars

Save one

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08-18-2019 03:16 PM

 



Post: #243
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Lowest form of literature :thumbup Sheep Sheep Banana6
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James
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08-18-2019 04:08 PM

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Post: #244
RE: {Poetry}
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-18-2019 03:16 PM)
Lowest form of literature :thumbup Sheep Sheep Banana6

Ah, but respite from the toils of the working man
A verse to elevate him to the stars
From the lips of the Jingle Jangle man
Music, fun fair:
The morrow's just a dream afar...Roll up,
The show Begins, pay your fare!

Quote: Poets are liars. They cannot be tamed.
They live on borrowed dreams, and have the gift
Of casting out a graceful, witty line,
And catching your heart or mind in their snare;
Reeling you in, helpless, with a deft couplet.

Poets are liars. Never believe them.
Don’t even listen to them if you can help.
They have spells in their tongues, and fire in their eyes.
They will give you suns and stars wrapped in words,
And you will follow them, rapt like a child.

Poets are liars. It’s how they survive.
They give you their lies in exchange for your truths,
And fashion a life of their own from the scraps.
They must have an audience; without it,
They fade and pale, and soon cease to exist.

Poets are liars, even in the womb;
They kick at their mothers, curious, restless,
And dream of wonders to fill the world outside:
Soft, formless lies, growing with each cell,
Chronicled in wordless sagas nine months long.

Poets are liars; and of all liars,
They are the most dangerous. They will tell you
Of love that lasts forever, of lives that changed,
Of happy endings and greater meanings.
They make you wish, and hope, and dream, and feel.

- Amy Sutton

Damn Amy....just chill Babe.




I'm against this huge globalisation on the basis of economic advantage.

- Sir David Frederick Attenborough OM CH CVO CBE FRS FLS FZS FSA FRSGS
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Alian2
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08-18-2019 04:40 PM

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Post: #245
RE: {Poetry}
James  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:08 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-18-2019 03:16 PM)
Lowest form of literature :thumbup Sheep Sheep Banana6

Ah, but respite from the toils of the working man
A verse to elevate him to the stars
From the lips of the Jingle Jangle man
Music, fun fair:
The morrow's just a dream afar...Roll up,
The show Begins, pay your fare!

Quote: Poets are liars. They cannot be tamed.
They live on borrowed dreams, and have the gift
Of casting out a graceful, witty line,
And catching your heart or mind in their snare;
Reeling you in, helpless, with a deft couplet.

Poets are liars. Never believe them.
Don’t even listen to them if you can help.
They have spells in their tongues, and fire in their eyes.
They will give you suns and stars wrapped in words,
And you will follow them, rapt like a child.

Poets are liars. It’s how they survive.
They give you their lies in exchange for your truths,
And fashion a life of their own from the scraps.
They must have an audience; without it,
They fade and pale, and soon cease to exist.

Poets are liars, even in the womb;
They kick at their mothers, curious, restless,
And dream of wonders to fill the world outside:
Soft, formless lies, growing with each cell,
Chronicled in wordless sagas nine months long.

Poets are liars; and of all liars,
They are the most dangerous. They will tell you
Of love that lasts forever, of lives that changed,
Of happy endings and greater meanings.
They make you wish, and hope, and dream, and feel.

- Amy Sutton

Damn Amy....just chill Babe.




I could never appreciate things like this until about seven years ago.

And I couldn't write poetry without form to the words.

I think that I needed restraints because of my life long tendency to speak and write complex sentences.

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Penelope Lane
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08-18-2019 04:44 PM

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Post: #246
RE: {Poetry}
Alian2  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:40 PM)
James  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:08 PM)
Ah, but respite from the toils of the working man
A verse to elevate him to the stars
From the lips of the Jingle Jangle man
Music, fun fair:
The morrow's just a dream afar...Roll up,
The show Begins, pay your fare!


Damn Amy....just chill Babe.




I could never appreciate things like this until about seven years ago.

And I couldn't write poetry without form to the words.

I think that I needed restraints because of my life long tendency to speak and write complex sentences.

I can't to it AT ALL. MAYBE I could force some words into a haiku format if I spent some time on it. But freestyle poetry, no way. I don't have the ability

Follow Lois Lane to Penelope Lane.
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James
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08-18-2019 04:45 PM

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Post: #247
RE: {Poetry}
Alian2  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:40 PM)
James  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:08 PM)
Ah, but respite from the toils of the working man
A verse to elevate him to the stars
From the lips of the Jingle Jangle man
Music, fun fair:
The morrow's just a dream afar...Roll up,
The show Begins, pay your fare!


Damn Amy....just chill Babe.




I could never appreciate things like this until about seven years ago.

And I couldn't write poetry without form to the words.

I think that I needed restraints because of my life long tendency to speak and write complex sentences.

Glad I could Help...Most times the simplest forms of expression have the greatest impact on the masses who don't matter.

I'm against this huge globalisation on the basis of economic advantage.

- Sir David Frederick Attenborough OM CH CVO CBE FRS FLS FZS FSA FRSGS
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Alian2
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08-18-2019 08:06 PM

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Post: #248
RE: {Poetry}
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:44 PM)
Alian2  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:40 PM)
I could never appreciate things like this until about seven years ago.

And I couldn't write poetry without form to the words.

I think that I needed restraints because of my life long tendency to speak and write complex sentences.

I can't to it AT ALL. MAYBE I could force some words into a haiku format if I spent some time on it. But freestyle poetry, no way. I don't have the ability

If I have subjects, a format and the right state of mind I can write geometric poems prolifically.

But it really wears me out. It feels good but exhausts me.

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Alian2
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08-18-2019 08:12 PM

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Post: #249
RE: {Poetry}
James  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:45 PM)
Alian2  Wrote: (08-18-2019 04:40 PM)
I could never appreciate things like this until about seven years ago.

And I couldn't write poetry without form to the words.

I think that I needed restraints because of my life long tendency to speak and write complex sentences.

Glad I could Help...Most times the simplest forms of expression have the greatest impact on the masses who don't matter.

I often make discussion replies into poetry.

It seems to have an impact on the obtuse.

It's difficult to argue against the content.

Adding geometry makes it even harder.

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