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Thoughts Of A War by Peter Rivendell Leaving home... [240 words]
Curiosity Of Nations by Peter Rivendell The destruction of an old way of living leads to escape and renewal. [254 words]
Eternal Desire by R Bennett Okerstrom A vampire will stop at nothing to claim his bride and grant her immortality. [84 words]
Deliverance by R Bennett Okerstrom Lingering thoughts and images of something I cannot recall. [97 words]
A Lullaby Consecrated To Infant The Terrible by Duke Sekhon Satirical verse. [1,970 words]
Believe by Luis Felipe Moura A girl dreams of true love. But all she has to do is believe... [67 words]
Crying Angel by Luis Felipe Moura Ever lost your love because you wanted them to change? This poem is a metaphore that talks about t... [133 words]
Dreams Of My Soul by Luis Felipe Moura It talks about a boy who's loved a girl for a very long time, but she doesn't understand his ... [158 words]
I've Had You... by Luis Felipe Moura True love never changes... [85 words]
Living Tonight by Luis Felipe Moura A couple wants to seize the night, without worrying about tomorrow... [92 words]
Chronos by Luis Felipe Moura What memories are everlasting? [53 words]
Dream Love by Luis Felipe Moura A boy falls in love with a girl, but it was only a dream... or was it? [91 words]
If... by Luis Felipe Moura If you believe that true love requires unconditional devotion, then you'll like this poem. [87 words]
Super Conscious Pilgrimage by Stuart Eric Longridge The end of the old systems. [135 words]
My Young Friend by Stuart Eric Longridge Listen to your elders. [210 words]
Bodies At Rest by A J Magy I lost this piece some months ago; searched all over, couldn't find it anywhere... It's funny h... [54 words]
Monkey Boy by Stuart Eric Longridge The transforming times we are living in [220 words]
The Principal Fascination by Stuart Eric Longridge They were not tombs. [227 words]
Oh! What Lovely Weather We Are Having by Stuart Eric Longridge Nature is God. [447 words]
The Wests Misconception Of Islam by Stuart Eric Longridge They don't want war either. [237 words]
A Test Of Faith by Stuart Eric Longridge Our lost chapter. [187 words]
2003 by Stuart Eric Longridge Solving a mystery. [204 words]
Falling by Peter Rivendell the first poem I wrote after years of not writing... it`s about a feeling that I often have lately, tha... [132 words]
Waiting For The Rain by Lawrence Peters - [118 words]
Time Enough For You by Lawrence Peters - [103 words]
When Winter Comes by Peter Rivendell The struggle to connect. [148 words]
Triptych by Peter Rivendell Three linked poems about alienation. [339 words]
Yeah Yeah by Stuart Eric Longridge Symbolic, nothing more. [430 words]
'ticement 18 W. I. S. H. (When I See Her) by Lawrence Peters - [91 words]
Yin And Yang by Stuart Eric Longridge The secret of peace. [127 words]
Why To Kill A Princess by Stuart Eric Longridge Not an accident. [194 words]
When I Grow Old by Roberto J Moreno This is a thought that occured when talking to my Grandfather one night. [193 words]
We Come In Pieces by Stuart Eric Longridge A near miss. [147 words]
Wave by Peter Rivendell - [34 words]
Vivifying Deluge by Ali Nicole I think all can relate... [172 words]
Visions by Yasen Kyanov - [63 words]
The Ones From In-Between by Stuart Eric Longridge Now you see them now you don't. [97 words]
The Man Of Stone by Kristin Renee Bond My poem is about how we should take the time to see God, in everything and help others to see ... [582 words]
Swimming Against The Tide by Peter Rivendell - [90 words]
Some Day by Stuart Eric Longridge A sad situation. [179 words]
Silent Command by Peter Rivendell - [208 words]
Scared by Peter Rivendell - [74 words]
Once Again, With Feeling by Lawrence Peters - [134 words]
No Joke by Stuart Eric Longridge You must have noticed something wasnt right, or maybe not. [238 words]
My Parents Have The Mania by Ulysses Hero A little light Humor. [177 words]
Love X 2 by Lawrence Peters - [101 words]
If But For A Moment... by Lawrence Peters - [126 words]
Government Business by William Faitel This is how I feel about our disputes. They support our economy. [74 words]
Finding You by Michelle Anthony - [52 words]
Easy Answer by Kurt Kitasaki An easy answer to an easy question. [35 words]
Cosmic Sluice by Stuart Eric Longridge That great place named space. [163 words]
Colours For Killing by Stuart Eric Longridge My poor home N. Ireland. [280 words]
Cloaking Device by Stuart Eric Longridge We are very trusting. [202 words]
Breathe by Stuart Eric Longridge Vibration. [113 words]
Baseless, Information, Before, Leaving, Earth by Stuart Eric Longridge A realization of dangerous mistranslation. [540 words]
Aspects by Emily Hunter - [6 words]
A Sigh Of Relief by Stuart Eric Longridge The flintstones revisited. [100 words]
8.14.02 by Kirsten McManus - [111 words]
Undisclosed Male by Fyona Doyle Latz - [48 words]
Traffic Cop by Kurt Kitasaki A short poem on how to deal with traffic violations. [20 words]
Too Far by Fyona Doyle Latz - [19 words]
This Ones For You by David Wrigley Just a small simple poem about someone special. [29 words]
The Window by Kylan Masters A poem written for those hoping for the courage to do what may seem tough to handle. [222 words]
The Tigershadow Legacy by Aaron Wheeler - [87 words]
The Out-Path, In by Kylan Masters Sometimes one has to travel through the storm to find the sunshine. [262 words]
The Music Of Life by Suneej Surendran Nair A poem i wrote when listening to a beautiful song.I'ts about music saving me from the ugly cl... [116 words]
Stolen Moments In Time by Emily Hunter Beauty and love come in all forms. [97 words]
Special Mushrooms by Fyona Doyle Latz - [28 words]
Reality by Fyona Doyle Latz - [17 words]
Poem To No One by Alberto Pupo Because this is for that somebdy who is nobody... [89 words]
Picture In Picture by Kylan Masters A man trying to decide what is real, what is not and if he can wait for the real answers. [147 words]
Piccadilly Bakery by Fyona Doyle Latz - [49 words]
Percussionist by Andrew French - [16 words]
People I Have Met by David Wrigley Just a poem about just dreaming and being somewhere else. [131 words]
On A Napkin At Rialto's by Ulysses Hero Surreal writing. To explain is to say too much. [96 words]
Ode To The False One... by Alberto Pupo A short little invective against one who has caused her such great pain. [74 words]
Oblivious Journey by Suneej Surendran Nair I wrote this poem when I was 14. This is a poem about a person beginning his Life Journey. He... [79 words]
My Lord by David Wrigley Poem about earths master the sun. [74 words]
Morbidity by Alberto Pupo All that is Morbid. [56 words]
Mango by Fyona Doyle Latz - [36 words]
Just After I Got Him To Sleep by Tara Augeri - [135 words]
Just A Thought by David Wrigley Just came up with it thinking one night. [129 words]
Hammock by Ulysses Hero For all you writers who scribe away on hot summers day: a dreamy submission for the tired of hand. [32 words]
From Me To You by David Wrigley Someone I think about. [49 words]
Beyond Earthly Despair by Alberto Pupo Simply beyond... [51 words]
After The Storm by Alberto Pupo Dedicated to a love that has been tested by past phantoms but still goes on stronger than ever. [78 words]
A Really Very Gothic Poem by Wolfa This is so very depressingly gothic that you will scream with fury and tear your hair... [107 words]
A Monument To Time And Stonehenge

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A Monument To Time And Stonehenge
A collection of verse.
[1501 words]
David Soriano
A chemistry professor who enjoys reading and writing poetry.
[July 2002]
[email protected]
Altered State (Poetry) A poem about being in a coma. [37 words] [Mystical]
American Revolution (Poetry) A poem about the 1960s era. [100 words] [History]
Bogs, Swamps, Lagoons And Marshes (Poetry) A poem about..wetlands. [75 words] [Nature]
Boomerang (Poetry) A poem about the boomerang sport. [60 words] [Motivational]
Calamus Revival (Poetry) A thoughtful poem on reflection. [79 words] [Mind]
Chronicles Of Irish Tradition (Poetry) A poem saluting the excellence of Irish literary tradition. [69 words] [History]
Civil War News (Poetry) A poem based on American Civil War trading cards from ca. 1961. [56 words] [History]
Competition (Poetry) Only the strong survive. [82 words] [Action]
Dreams Of Transmutation (Poetry) A poem about alchemy. [144 words] [Psychology]
Face Down In The Street (Poetry) A poem about sensitivity toward our fellow man. [90 words] [Spiritual]
Find Eternal Rest (Poetry) Restless spirits. [148 words] [Mystery]
Halloween (Poetry) A tale written for a Halloween night. [76 words] [Horror]
H.G. Wells (Poetry) A poem about writer H.G. Wells and his life. [120 words] [Science Fiction]
His Winged Sphinx (Poetry) An intepretation of the set and setting for H.G Wells when he wrote the "Time Machine". [165 words] [History]
In Retrospect (Poetry) A poem describing appreciation. [122 words] [Romance]
Intellectual Kelvinism (Poetry) A poem focusing on academic snobbery. [111 words] [Psychology]
Inward And Outward (Poetry) A thoughtful poem on fellow man and life elsewhere in the universe. [66 words] [Relationships]
Lady Liberty Looks On (Poetry) A collection of poems. [1501 words] [Motivational]
Linguistic Tongues (Poetry) A poem about weirdness based on a true story. [90 words] [Horror]
Love Of Winter (Poetry) Winter-my time of year. [57 words] [Nature]
Megalithic Ruins (Poetry) A poem about Stonehenge. [55 words] [Mystical]
Meloncholy Madness (Poetry) A poem about alchemy. [81 words] [Fantasy]
Mixed Emotions (Poetry) A humourous poem about a... piggy bank. [104 words] [Humor]
Morlock Clones (Poetry) A poem based on the author's interpretation of the "Time Machine" by H.G. Wells. [67 words] [Science Fiction]
Neanderthal Expressions (Poetry) A thoughtful poem on creativity and needs of self-expression. [60 words] [Relationships]
Odor- Eaters Needed (Poetry) A poem about shoes. [52 words] [Humor]
Panspermia (Poetry) A poem about origins of life. [52 words] [Scientific]
Pasteur (Poetry) A poem in honor of Louis Pasteur. [52 words] [Biography]
Placidness (Poetry) A poem about thoughtfulness. [78 words] [Relationships]
Rapture (Poetry) A mysterious poem .... [110 words] [Mystery]
Receptor Sites (Poetry) A poem about consciousness elevation. [60 words] [Psychology]
Restless Departed (Poetry) A soul not wishing to leave very expensive property. [70 words] [Fantasy]
Science And Religion (Poetry) A poem about... science and religion. [73 words] [Scientific]
Security Blanket (Poetry) A poem about the Shroud. [58 words] [Spiritual]
Sense Of Self-Worth (Poetry) A poem about one's self. [67 words] [Self-Help]
Slugfest And Sureshot (Poetry) A poem about a pinball machine. [82 words] [Fantasy]
Spiritual Hunger (Poetry) A poem about spiritual differences. [97 words] [Spiritual]
Study Guides And Solution Manuals (Poetry) A poem about academia and psychology. [33 words] [Psychology]
Surf's Up (Poetry) Unusual poem about surfing. [81 words] [Nature]
Teleportation (Poetry) A poem about ghosts. [49 words] [Suspense]
The Cold Afterglow At The West End (Short Stories) A short story involving mystery and some element of truth. [1,666 words] [Mystery]
The Eye Of Evil (Poetry) A brief poem about the evil eye. [45 words] [Horror]
The Gnome From Alaska (Short Stories) A humorous short story involving... a gnome. [1,427 words] [Humor]
The Immigrant Story (Essays) Elaboration on the Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song". [979 words] [History]
The Irish Healer (Poetry) A poem based on an Irish legend about a healer. [73 words] [History]
The Land Of Green (Poetry) A humourous poem about an Irish Farmer's day in the field. [130 words] [Humor]
The Second Effort (Poetry) The 1970 Kansas City Chiefs- up and over! [56 words]
The Tired And Poor (Poetry) Cheap Labor. [108 words] [History]
Things I'd Like To Say (Poetry) A poem for a man of few words. [47 words] [Relationships]
Three Dimensional Vision (Poetry) A poem on thoughtfulness. [53 words]
What Is Life? (Poetry) What is....life? [126 words] [Mystical]
Who You Gonna Call? (Poetry) A poem about seances. [104 words] [Fantasy]
Witch's Broom (Poetry) A nature poem dealing with outer space and galaxies. [53 words] [Scientific]

"What is "A signaling process based on binary code." (EAM) That's the only line in this one that I didn't understand. I thought binary code was used to calculate the geomitary of the positioning, who were they signalling to? I've been looking forward to reading this one because I fins Stonehenge facinating. I really should learn more about it. 8/10" -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"One of your best so far. 7/10" -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"Have you read anything by Jewel Kiltcher? I think the lady is unbelieveably talented. This reminds me in a way of her work She's an Alaskan poet and songwriter/singer. It was the verse that reminded me of a cup of coffes (Riches, Bitterness, Sweetness)that did it. I could imagine these as lyrics to one of her songs. What does bwiti mean, is it a name? It's not a word I've heard before and it measns nothing to me. I like learning new things." -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"Bwiti is a religion practiced in western Africa. It is centered around the religious figure of Bwiti. The people (Pigmies and others) use a psychoactive plant containing ibogaine in their religious ritual. Thank you for the kind words!" -- David Soriano, Bradford, Pa., U.S.A..
"Isn't it human nature to want something for nothing? People don't think that by taking without paying they are robbing people of their living, eventually that person may be out of work and kept by the state and who pays the state ... we do. But I bet there's not a person over the age of ten alive who hasn't copied a CD or taped a Tape. (Well apart from the very old of course)Interesting and thought provoking, but will it be enough to stop me in my tracks next time I ask a friend if I can borrow a CD to copy? .. I shouldn't think so. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"At first I thought this was relating to the advent of the cyber age bringing about change in your life, but then you changed tactic and the poem took on a travelling feel which to me seemed to signify changes in 'you' I didn't completely understand this one and that annoys me. I want to read poetry and know exactly where the writier is coming from. I like the thought that a long road has many changes. One minute it might be urban, then rural it may run by the sea for a while and end up in the mountains. I think what you were trying to say is that life's like that. That you road lies ahead and the only way you are going vto alter it's inevitablity is by making detour and travelling on different roads. Please correct me if [email protected] wrong because I want to understand it. 7/10" -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
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"I didn't htink this was as good as the last two I've read, but I love the image of the layers of mirrored reflections. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"Not your average poem. Needs to be studied. Even so, well written." -- Hero.
"The words used in this give a whole magical feel to the piece. My son (10) is reading the hobbit at the moment and is just getting into fantasy and 'other' beings. I wish this had been set at a younger age group because I'd love for my son to read this, but I know he won't make much sense of it. It's a shame because the phraseology is beautiful. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"This is one that makes you think, personally I think he favours schtizophrenics for devine visitation. Didn't like this as much as the last one I read, but still good stuff. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"I like this because he 'speaks' in such technical terms that it's almost a mechanical love poem. He obviously has such respect for her mind, that he speaks to her on an intelectual level. I hate mushy love poems with eye gazing and endless compliments as to her endless beauty. This one is refreshingly different. No one would ever call me beautiful without lying through their teeth, but if someone ever saw fit to write me something like this I'd be overjoyed. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"This is a little bit confusing because in the begining you have A strange and disturbing voice. Later it becomes 'My' voice and it's clear that the voice is the voice of nerosis. or at least I hope it is the psychosis voice in someone's head that's how I interpreted it. The last line is the most sinister. The voice in his head is laughing at him. If you change the 'And' at the begining to 'My' and re read I think the whole piece takes on a much more menacing tone. He knows he has a 'strange and disturbing voice' after all he's bragging about it, but he does nothing to make it less strange and disturbing. He's enjoying tormenting the poor bloke whose head he is living in. And the 'MY' gives him a distinct and seperate personality as you've used later on. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.
"Hello David, I almost didn't comment on any more pieces of your poetry because Poetry is not my first love and I'm not passionate about it, but sod it, I'm not going to stop reading or reviewing because of one nasty person. If you are yet another facet of that one personality, then the jokes on me again, but then I'm reading the writing not the author so it doesn't really matter. If the authors don't want me to comment then they can tell me so. Unless I really like something very much though (7+) I'm not going to vote because I always try to be fair and in all honesty it would be very rare for me to vote a piece of poetry as high as a short story. I have two comments on this one a compliment. My favorite line of this is "No time like the past" nice play on words. What is equally good is "In walking distance, the nick of time" in fact I think that's lovely, but a little confusing, because the pattern of the poem demands that it is displayed over two lines. If it read Within walking distance the nick of time. it would be more clear and less likely be read as two unrelated statements. Recollection and premonitions are two long words, 'A penny for your thoughts' is a longer line than walking distance, if you add a word before the walking I think it helps with the appearence. " -- Sooz, Dalton, England, Cumbria.


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