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 DriftingBack
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edison bit into a piano so he could hear
blasted far far away with nuclear cheer
lost over on the dark side spaced out
when deterrence, it failed to SHOUT!

holding the winning losing hand
high hopes lost in high demand
countin the Time winding down
blasting out of this small town
 lookingforsophia
Joined: 3/3/2009
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Posted: 4/4/2018 11:58:56 AM
blasting out of this small town
rough diamonds for the crown
pony tails with raspberry barrettes
see the USA in convertible Chevrolet Corvettes

rolling off Model T assembly lines
under moon towers on long leaf pines
casting lean shadows of cat walk shoes
worn thin by models in fashionable blues

barely touching the ground as they pounce
fly through the air like jack rabbits bounce
unconcerned about where or how it got made
with umbrellas in hand for balance and shade
 WeAre1
Joined: 3/18/2008
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Posted: 4/4/2018 3:35:27 PM
With umbrellas in hand for balance and shade
Walking a tightrobe they are a great aid
Teetering on the rope not sure you can cope
Then realize you got this with sudden new hope

Dancing on the string with a lightness of being
Totally filled with a new kind of freeing
Slowly you let yourself down to the ground
Grateful for the confidence you found
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 4/6/2018 6:37:41 PM
grateful for the confidence you found
hand gliding wind gust without sound
triple backflip land in a blaze of glory
when real life reflects a bigger story

bench pressing stone shoulder boulders
Metaphorically sipping faster then slower
outracing speed of light at a casual pace
powered by that new smile on your face
 lookingforsophia
Joined: 3/3/2009
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Posted: 4/10/2018 6:33:06 PM
powered by that new smile on your face
with new drivers license in a veil of lace
finally have a chance to take the wheel
then get a flat tire to know it feels real

seems dirty dishes are a major downfall
like throwing spaghetti against the wall
serving al dante pasta without meatballs
next came red wine spritzers in beer halls

whoever holds the remote has a choice
between mixed martial arts or the voice
a sign of hope in an historical footnote
we'll fix this mess when more women vote
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 4/10/2018 9:07:00 PM
we'll fix this mess when more women vote
fire up the minority machine to take a toke
a signal in the air truth or dare of who cares
too much presidential abuse of power wears

down at the local ballot box to gain a lot
Educating a land dispute from a sandlot
reinformed Intelligence rocking the boat
when a power of the people rise to vote
 ChorusAurora
Joined: 4/2/2018
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Posted: 4/11/2018 2:57:10 PM
when a power of the people rise to vote
use their hard won civil rights to make their wishes known
but only in their minds, no walk to the polls
too much work, someone else will vote, I can shirk
my democratic duty, rather sit on my cute booty
and shout about this and that wearing a pink pussy hat
way after the fact of what you might have made known
missed your chance to smash that rose colored glass
now you weep and moan for that crop which you failed to sow

pay attention, signal your ideals, intentions
nice old ladies are there to sign you up to vote
 lookingforsophia
Joined: 3/3/2009
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Posted: 4/13/2018 7:57:54 AM
nice old ladies are there to sign you up to vote
all excited by the new extra sticky post it note
rumored to adhere to grilled cheese teflon pans
enamel bathtub rings and spinning ceiling fans

an adhesive grasp like gravity that's centripetal
countering the sling of a carousel's centrifugal
forces in balance even as the bowling ball spins
on a waxed wooden alley curving into ten pins

like Darwin's finches just trying to fit in
Moby Duck has nothing to do with sin
 ChorusAurora
Joined: 4/2/2018
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Posted: 4/13/2018 3:09:55 PM
Moby Duck has nothing to do with sin
Also not much to do with fins
Except for those who love to fish
Consider them a gourmet dish
Mallards loons coots maybe too
Cormorants pelicans Pisces fisherman who
Think it a sin to throw back in
A fish that could be used for food
 eddee shaw
Joined: 7/24/2007
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Posted: 4/13/2018 7:08:58 PM
A fish that could be used for food
The kind to put you in the mood
For a fabulous dinner
The fish is not the winner
Served with whisky steamed clams
and pepper backed yams
and in the background the music played
The fish was flayed
The dead fish served a purpose that night
it was so good each and every bite
But you know what they say
14 babies don't make a lasagna
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 4/13/2018 7:18:08 PM
14 babies don't make a lasagna
serve milk shakes on the veranda
planting coffee grounds in the garden
like being let out of jail with a pardon

Come in with wind like leaves on water
Tinker's clock works for sale or barter
a back stage pass to video the mad hatter
taking more than two steps up the ladder
 eddee shaw
Joined: 7/24/2007
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Posted: 4/13/2018 7:24:47 PM
wouldn't be? ( 14 babies don't make a lasagna)
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 4/13/2018 9:34:17 PM
wouldn't be?
jail’d r free
stop or go
yes or no

trying to fine tune the devastation
Powered by pride and Persuasion
when a heart of gold grew ice cold
shape shifting this Intangible Hold
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 4/14/2018 9:26:28 AM
shape shifting this Intangible Hold
a new life form in a green jello mold
bean sprout salads with blue cheese
anti gravity boots on a swinging trapeze

juggling balloon animals and handkerchiefs
autographing silhouettes in cameo reliefs
a wonderful first act by these aerial acrobats
in elastic chin straps that held on their hats
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 4/14/2018 2:56:31 PM
in elastic chin straps that held on their hats
wearing cool shades a muscle shirt with tats
tightly rolled up tie-dye blue jeans with a smile
V12 7 speed super horse that can go fur miles

swerving down Memory lane to crash and burn
dodgin heartache lost love & fate at every turn
the windows down looking back in the rearview
living for today singin a nostalgic sky clear blu
 ChorusAurora
Joined: 4/2/2018
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Posted: 4/17/2018 3:14:09 PM
living for today singin a nostalgic sky clear blu
bursts of joy I say! such a lovely change from gloom
sun shines bright high! an April afternoon
roof lip icicles drip, snow piles melt and shift
Spring might come by June!
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 4/18/2018 5:40:23 AM
Spring might come by June!
Soon Venus visits the moon
Constellations merge in a Vee
Shooting star showers at sea

Mother nature gifts tough love kisses
Getting barreled avoiding near misses
Taking off late on a finless with foil tips
Testing new shapes teasing Fate's lips

Selecting lines under overhanging ledges
Carving avalanches using composite edges
Wearing a wet suit to prevent icy wedgies
Also recommend eating plenty of veggies
 eddee shaw
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Posted: 4/28/2018 6:09:27 PM
Also recommend eating plenty of veggies
It will give you all those good energies
give you better thinking for your strategies

then sit down for some herbal teas
The good ones made especially for you and me
some are made of leaves others made of trees
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 4/29/2018 8:17:03 AM
some are made of leaves others made of trees
sewn together in the fabric Mother nature weaves
with warmer arctic circles in long days of dark
when winter dinosaurs like beaver often ate bark

surely like you and me they'd prefer artichokes
phat tires on mountain bike wheels with 40 spokes
turning pearls into late take offs in only one stroke
not losing a gold crown or filling due to a Slow Poke *

* see Pee Wee King & Golden West Cowboys -- Slow Poke
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 4/30/2018 6:37:42 PM
not losing a gold crown or filling due to a Slow Poke
fast sippin down reality to get full on a selfish Joke
trying to move around standing still stuck at never
a tickle of a feather in bad weather sounds clever

we round up the troops for a late night march
right flank shift time travel from dust till dark
slowing down at wounded soul heartbreaker
why a slowpoke stripper is a money maker
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 5/1/2018 6:12:32 AM
why a slowpoke stripper is a money maker
has to work a second job as a cake baker
only part time available without benefits
every piece of eight they take out two bits

bar tenders were serving bottled fire water
not a pint a pound for a dollar and quarter
when miners using Henry Henry poop shoots
found mud room pay dirt cleaning their boots
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 5/1/2018 6:53:47 PM
found mud room pay dirt cleaning their boots
secret table dance service to double the loot
stormy weather inside no rain only winter hail
good lawyers say to stay away from tall tales

the moral of the write hides in allegory
why being faithful reveals a true story
when the lure of desire burns red hot
it's hard to get back what u ain't got
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 5/3/2018 6:17:55 AM
it's hard to get back what u ain't got
camped out in an overflow parking lot
run quiet generator and a dog that barks
lost a life time pass to our national parks

only cost ten dollars when they were bought
about twenty bit coins on that laptop I forgot
traded up for a tower with graphic drag lines
to connect all the dots with textured designs

rewrapping the constellations in new portfolios
Teddy Bears are now the new name for Scorpios
a permanent resolution will get to the rest later
in sessions to consider changing Libra to Alligator
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 5/7/2018 6:13:37 PM
sessions to consider changing Libra to Alligator
rethinking the game plan of pure indecision later
on second thought trying to decide on hesitation
better yet it can all wait on a powerful persuasion

shoulda woulda coulda did not
overheard it ain't what you got
always tomorrow's fascination
perfect excuse procrastination
 eddee shaw
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Posted: 5/7/2018 7:13:41 PM
Perfect excuse procrastination
its the newest epidemic in this facebook nation
some of you need a vacation
so you can put on your facebook
hey every one have a look
My life here is an open book
I'll tell you everything you want to know
look at my wall its all there to show
My friends list its gonna grow
And now we all live in a device
sit around and only eat white rice
telling every one your pic looks nice
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