Adventure Poems

This Too, We Shall Overcome
by Ekoja Okewu


Few months ago,

In the province of Wuhan,

A doctor hung his stethoscope around his neck,

As he stepped out for work,

He came in through the back door,


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The Storm - Matthew 8
by Michael Popovici

The boat,

            smooth sea,

                        tight sail,

                                    the bow slices the



Men at ease with their Leader,

                                                their Friend.

As ripples sing lullabies to their Man.


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Amnesia's Nightly Massacre
by April Belin

She held her rib's as it protruded

Amnesia was more than her name at 25 years of age.

Her brunet eye's to go with her brunet hair

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by Shawna-Lee Lawrence

I can't imagine when a great thing didn't come from a whisper

A whisper of the wind...

A whisper of the body...

A whisper of the mind...


I can

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the inner force 2
by mohamad safan

2 the cat
Once, when she found him playing with the cat 
She lifted her up
She warned him at loud
She threw it in

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Saying Goodbye To Summer
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Saying goodbye to September

All New York is a cold. And everywhere

Show signs of winter, when the winds blow,

It made one’s shiver to the bone: clogged

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The Existence of a Superhero
by Victor Isaiah

In the vast sphere realm, Made of soils and Waters of the earth. Anticipated I the wayfare of no mayhem, While I traverse on the sea's heart. Embark I

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Step Softly
by Ron Mramor

Step softly into my weave,

You won’t disturb my rest.

Dare not think to leave,

For you are the fest.

Struggle as you may,

I enjoy the show.

What’s that you

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Seasons and times
by Judias Jude

He was yesterday riding on a horse

But I saw him today without a horse

He was bruised and was crying in the mud

But now I see

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An Ode to The Survivor
by Kolawole Jegede

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by Amy Lawson

3 lines a Haiku.
Seventeen syllabels tell,
A lifetime of words.

But the modern day is contemporary,
Lives are captured in the words.
Far from the

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The Beginning
by Micah Harris

You know that you want it

You're so disappointed

You know that you've owned it

but no one knows it

Just say how you're feeling

You're making a killing

But still

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Whale Songs
by Line Monique Gauthier


Under rolling moonlit waves

Marbled by the depths

Bellowing haunting sonar echos

Heard for miles and miles


Enchanting tales

Wondrous and mystical

Travels and adventures

Encounters and synchronicities

Of magnificent giants

Freely roaming

Bottomless seas


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Noah’s Apprentice On The Ark
by Line Monique Gauthier

Mark Clarke was the gentlest man of Denmark

Yet considered by all a most unlikely

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Neptune Day Parade
by Line Monique Gauthier


Tall tale conveyed

A little like a charade


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My Favourite Horse
by Line Monique Gauthier


His mane is long and he is very proud

He neighs and roars and laughs so very loud


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Mingling At The Entr’acte
by Line Monique Gauthier


The cloud of suspense was becoming compact

The mood was tense to ensure most impact


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by Line Monique Gauthier


-cinquain monorhyme-


Her name was Marie-Antoinette

As she said it she did a pirouette

And wow what a silhouette

Coquette she wore an amulet

Feared nothing short of a bayonet



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Algebra's Tiara
by Line Monique Gauthier


Midday sometimes in class instead of learning algebra

While I should

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