Poetry

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Naani poem #ffpoemapop

A naani poem of 20-25 syllables in 4 lines with no title about something that has changed over time. What did you say, pardon?Ears still the same. Where is the hearing?Not distinct then not at all.Sandy England

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Rebecca has asked us to write a poem of 14 lines. It is a give away what country I am in. ‘My’ Strange land Needle leaves giving shade toA fathomless sea melting into skyWhere is deepest thought? Sand course but golden, round a castle wall,Where has time gone? (sand in a timer/ or events in history)Lavender, dog rose, broomHairy canary and golden fleeceFrom where and when?People speaking words they understandEating p-ell- and t-rt-ll- This is not my homeThis is their homeI’m their strangerIn our beautiful world.Sandy

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April edition of the Fake Flamenco Poetry Challenge

A Prime verse 5, 7, 11, 7, 5, 7, 11, 5, 11 Here is my attempt Rebecca. I hope it says Earth is beautiful but I am so sorry it is sad. Our Earth an EyeA sensitive eyeLooks through our eternityIn wonder spinning, spinning, sea, ground and sky.Blue white grey, brown black grey,REDOur planet eye EarthA beautiful eye in tearsCry my Earth eye, you are honest when you cryYour blues,browns, greys REDHow I long to wipe your eternal sad eye.Sandy

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A pond, a dead branch with fungus and a fenced oak with sign.

Divine power is provided for every person struggling for the victory over sin and Satan. Justification means that the conscience, purged from dead works, is placed where it can receive the blessings of sanctification. Sanctification means habitual communion with God. EG White Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that this thing must be attained. Marie Curie Keeping a tree safe!A tree that had no summer…

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