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 WeAre1
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due to an accidental error, it seems the original thread of the same name has disappeared......
and so, as it has almost become a pof poetry tradition, here we go again....



let the torch be lit and may the writing begin
here there is no minimum or limitation
the only thing we ask is just one small task
that we use the last line of each post for the next one to begin....

at times the original thread became an addiction
and also filled me with fascination
watching our words weave through thought
often feeling my energy caught.....

like a fly in the web my muse was fed
sometimes writing when I should be in bed
or waking at night I'd turn to the site
finding connection through our writing passion....

 TNT_DYNO
Joined: 1/1/2007
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Posted: 1/18/2010 8:55:51 PM
Blow the whistle an' ring the bell!!!!

You go girl!!!

TNT.

 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/18/2010 11:31:35 PM
thanks T....honestly it was suggesed to me...
so I've begun it again not quite so bravely!



finding connection through our writing passion
wonder if this place will ever lose its attraction
gathering here for nearly two years
sharing laughter, wisdom, and a few tears
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/19/2010 3:38:05 PM
^welcome lqqk! good to see you here.

we will know the reason for finding the light
rising over the horizon of our dawn flight
yet all journeys they say have no beginning or end
beyond the confines of our man-made illusion

if we could just open up to our full imagination
we might get a sense of our circular motion
where there just can not be a beginning or end
and all thoughts of a straight-lined journey
will seem impossible to comprehend

for space and time can often decline
our ability to see wholistically
where learning to be can surely lead
to sharing pure energy deliciously!
 Windswept786
Joined: 1/5/2010
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Posted: 1/19/2010 5:44:30 PM
to sharing pure energy deliciously
as all are intertwined
amongst a web
of dependence on one another
to meet our needs
Should we at some point
come to realize that all we need
is within us
loving us
guiding us
protecting us
and
energizing us?
Letting go
frees us to love another more completely
Sure wish it wasn't so hard
 Windswept786
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Posted: 1/20/2010 4:12:03 AM
If slapped together as only a game
You'll find those who peek at the cards
Or try to take a shortcut or two
They try to convince you
That by hurrying the game along
A sweet and happy song
will appear
And the finish line is near
Playing the cards held in the moment
Simply is all it takes
To eventually see a shortcut
Is certainly a mistake
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/20/2010 11:58:48 PM
when it comes to anything of substance
they have nothing beyond some hints
so look more deeply in their eyes
where I think you'll be surprised
a timeless beauty seen within
shows depth of spirit filled with passion
and sorrow grown from real compassion
a soul you know in the reflection
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/21/2010 3:58:07 AM
there were unseen forces which sent a curse
when my marriage went from better to worse
when my man developed a great thirst
for the poisoned brew he could not resist

over the years it did persist
dissolving our love into an alcoholic abyss
releasing each of us to find alternative happiness
by jumping off the mile-wide cliffs
 60to70
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Posted: 1/21/2010 9:53:46 PM
So he was able to cope with the harshness of life in defense
is a long way to say....I swim, you swam.
when you seek to live
nothing will stop you.
If you do not seek to live
I cannot undo you.
 BerserkPoet
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Posted: 1/22/2010 6:46:47 AM
stalk em all you want rosie but jot down yo numba if you glance my way ;) hehe

or if the negatives will come out any better
what's the deal with the teenage mutant ninja turtles and a human samarai named shredder
If negative emotions post synthesis
let the outcome be a new variety of sea monkeys in this

In a small petstore my army will bloom like children of a **stard son
each day warming to the next one
and each day i rest will become a memory in time
simply fading each dying soldier like a cat with nine

As each tear falls back i become focused
I'll start impregnating women by the masses grab em by their carouses
should i sound like a pervert in a poetry thread
i don't shut up and spread

Rosie knows I'm foolishly humorous or try to be but give me a chance to write something sweet sometime weare1 i'm good friends with tigerlily too :)

just to name a few :P
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/22/2010 6:17:13 PM
as he picked up his hammer and saw
he wished to create with his soul still raw
from walking on the beach that morning
seagulls shrieking their heartfelt warning
a piece of driftwood caught his eye
almost missed when he walked by
for the ocean had drawn him in
capturing his artistic imagination....
 TNT_DYNO
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Posted: 1/22/2010 6:32:11 PM
capturing his artistic imagination...
relesed torrents of emotion
contained not but drawn into
restlessness calming
ocean sounds submerged
painting vistas danced oceans
souls intertwined calmed in awe
imagining creatively expressed real...
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/23/2010 9:19:49 AM
imagining creatively expressed
real intention of happiness
grown from compassion
blossoming with passion
delicately scented like carnation
flowering through all in unison
not just words of symbolism
but fertilizing love with realism
releasing all from mind-made prison
 Az u Wish
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Posted: 1/24/2010 10:47:14 AM
Pialby Poetic Papa at The Extra Cheesy Shack
May be waiting in the shadows, for your hunger to attack

Be careful not to ingest, items that will tear at your soul
If you are not truly ready, let go of the fish and take the bowl

Hunger can be your undoing, even if it seems to satisfy
Take time to look closely at the menu, stay away from the pie

You are the only one, who truly knows what will fill you up
Half full, half empty, and how you perceive your cup

Quiet times, moments to contemplate your goal
Do not let hunger take over, for it may steal your soul
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/24/2010 2:24:56 PM
do not let hunger take over, for it may steal your soul
balance is the key, as feast or famine is not the goal
yes, here there are many fish a'plenty
most seem really genuinely friendly
but none of them are meant for me
well, at least not romantically,
which quite suits me actually
for it's been a great journey of discovery
 60to70
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Posted: 1/24/2010 10:15:54 PM
Discovery had nothing to do with misery.
Misery had nothing to do with sunset.
I loved you, I did honour you.
Then, with each earthquake, each tornadoe
I slept at your side, I sidled, I wanted
insurance you would not discover
what is always beyond me.
 Inicia
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Posted: 1/24/2010 11:11:58 PM
what is always beyond me?
You, falling away from
outstretched palms.
Letting go is the
hardest part,
I thought,
catching a glimpse
of your eyes.
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/25/2010 4:33:13 AM
the game that you call love in this no one can win
unless we all stop this way of thinking
for love is really not something to bargain
though many have maybe felt the shame
of putting conditions upon its name
hoping this time it won't be the same...

yet knowing we all have feeling hearts
opening often when the relationship starts
then finding with time it all falls apart
thinking another can love us more
unconsciously sometimes keeping score....

now love is our natural state some say
here forever...not just for a day...
the key is to see it's here to stay
so please let go of your hold or boundary
let love flow free and watch it heal humanity
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/25/2010 10:49:39 PM
brown paper....to be safer
is best for packing lunch
cuz it's the lightest of the bunch
in my son's backpack which is so heavy
plus the bags are recycled, so good environmentally,
except his lunch would be crunched,
inevitably....
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/26/2010 4:08:28 AM
discovering ourselves is the key
learning to take responsibility
being part of this humanity
in all of our calamity

so treat us all as family
discovering slowly but surely
we'll grow with some humility
to hopefully live lovingly
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/26/2010 4:43:47 PM
oh how it does become you
wearing fur this warm will do
for walking in the arctic
where you'll find such little traffic
'cept the penguins marching through
 donotcollect200dollars
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Posted: 1/27/2010 3:40:10 PM
We’ll blown our own minds
With the seductive rhythms
Off each other rhymes.
Words warm me when things get cold
The wind blows, the winter’s old.
I search for shelter in their evanescence,
I look for comfort in their glow,
I go catatonic under their shelter
Where the ice can not go.
And when thing get helter skelter,
And proudly shame is told,
And love is made absence,
by their mysterious presence
I know my soul won’t be sold
To the depth down below
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/27/2010 4:13:15 PM
to the depth down below
insulated by a blanket of snow
earth's beauty is hidden
and not so freely given
now with our lack of protection
having raped her soul, you know,
with mass destruction wherever we go...
one day so many will say, I told you so,
when we can no longer walk in her beauty
or gaze upon her seas of tranquility
 iceaxe
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Posted: 1/28/2010 11:03:44 AM
the most beautiful moments are not obvious
but the thorns a lasting scar leave
take a pill for the pain to never again
shed a tear, feel fear or bereave

it's written somewhere I am sure
in our contracts that life must be grand
weren't we promised on mom's warm breast
that sorrow would always be banned

hurricanes and earthquakes
and how the poor do plea
tend to give me headaches
so I turn off my TV

all better now, whew that was close
but there in my medicine cabinet
an anti-trouble double dose
you better believe I'm grabbin' it
 WeAre1
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Posted: 1/28/2010 3:53:10 PM
you better believe I'm grabbin' it
needing to numb rather than re-live it
for time can play tricks on my memory
altering what happened in reality....

sometimes erasing and replacing with blanks
other times making a strong case for penance
designed to wake us up from years of pretence
'cuz they say nothing happens just by chance
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