Fantasy Poems

Shot in his behind
by Robert Kinard

Shot in his behind

Wendell just getting off work,
And was headed home

by way of his favorite place to chill,
a lively place called<>

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Ugly Queen
by Donna Tymec


Looking for acceptance in this dark world
this queen's eyes can't see.
But amear ugly duckling castine a shadow upon thee.
So no one can

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The Small Dog from Shansi
by William Kekaula


There was a scholar from Shansi City,
Miffed by folks he stayed in an priory,
Peaceful, but bothered by its many bugs,
So he bundled

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Tale of The Night Movers
by William Kekaula


Hail, a phantom moon
traversing its cloaked
chambered recesses
of her prevalent crown.

Unspool gently and host
minding eyes

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by Shawna-Lee Lawrence

Why am I excited

His voice, so deep

His lips, soft and supple

His eyes, dangerous and dark

Wait, am I being watched?


His scent doesn't leave me

His embrace, so

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Vlad the Impaler
by Alex Cridland

Death, fear and insanity his occupation 

Rage, pain and dispare his tools of persuasion 

Amazed with the body and how it breaks

Countless bodies lost to the stake


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The cock in my hood
by Rita C. Chima

It crows at the dawn of day

Despite sun or rain

Its crowing resounds in my head

As I turn and toss on my bed

And when I step

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This Organ Vagina
by Waveney Lander-Walters

This organ vagina:

They say that beauty is in the eyes of the
Beholder, so does this organ have eyes?
the power of evil

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by Line Monique Gauthier


the magical hue that spawns mermaids somewhere betwixt ocean and sky


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Mythical Dance
by Line Monique Gauthier


Tonight I choose to be a wise Indian chief

So we breathe as one

Far away meditating atop a lone cliff

And let the heavenly feeling of eternity

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Steffi Graf’s Autograph
by Line Monique Gauthier


I went to the zoo to feed a giraffe

Brought some chocolates to

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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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by Line Monique Gauthier


When the moon rises

Stirring from their trance

Somewhere between heaven and earth

The night creatures come alive

Roaring rolling seas of fantasy

Glistening waves under starry skies

Bewitching dancers of

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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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What Did We See
by Brian Sluga

a strange sense of adventure

just chasing an attraction

top of my bucket list

Antarctica a place lost from man’s view

or is it just frozen in time?


we can

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