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- Thu Oct 03, 2013 12:36 am
- Forum: Member's Poetry Books
- Topic: Little Time Capsule by Devonte Gardner
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Hey Guys, I just published my first poetry book. I guess it's a little late, but I finally got around to it. Some of the poems, well, practically all of the poems except for the new ones have been posted here on this forum which has been my online sanctuary for over ten years now. :hugs: For those o...
I'm making my way to the stage I have to own the moment I'll be on in a few minutes To spin a few lines Sing a few bars So let me hold your crystal compass I'm chasing after the sun I'm a full moon, milk glow, And I have a few secrets you ought to know Listen closely while I let them go: I think I c...
- Thu Dec 25, 2008 12:09 pm
- Forum: News, Resources & Announcements
- Topic: ***New Floetry Spades Official Website***
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http://www.floetryspades.com I have a completely revamped website!!! This year I'm going with a space theme. :mrgreen: http://www.floetryspades.com/images/Floetry%20Spades%20At%20Age%2016/Floetry_Spades_black&white2.JPG New poems, new pictures, new videos, new everything. I also have a links section...
I agree with that part. Let's step out of the box of conventional poetry.poeticpiers wrote:As with all design perception is the key to understanding. Sometimes form must give way to function. But simplicity of form can be astonishingly beautiful
Subtle reflections, illumination in fragments lyrical sentiments of photons coalescent on a thin spectrum, on a thin filament of well dressed music the physical dynamics of condensed sound The duality of cryptography and poetry the interwoven complexities of a napkin poem scribbled on a bathroom sta...
Shades of eclipsed moonlight in serenaded conversation with the windows down, the music's high and handsome and your hair's in the rhythm of a seductive breeze On a dark stage with your stand-up comedy your soliloquy a spoken diary where your words lived to their full potential within every page And...