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  181.     

Her Favorite Color: Bleu Ciel.....

she wants

blue open sky

love's adventure....


so,
she puts on

a blue sky shirt.....
with the neck exposed to the sun....the hands are also exposed.....

anythings else

is contrasted

with a dark
blue sky

fancy...chicago....sub.... garage sale.....lingeray....
 
Atef Ayadi

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  182.     

Storms Of November

Every Spring I look forward to the storms
of November that roll down from up north

Green trees and warm sun adumbrates
the cold and fog that envelop the Lakes

From Superior to South Chicago
beginning the first of November

As monster ore freighters like the fabled
Edmund Fitzgerald are broken and go down

With all hands aboard lost to the storm's fury
in a matter of hours on the raging lake

Now I think fondly of those ships at rest
that once carried the ore for industry

Like other survivors of disaster I am blessed
that I forget the hardship and grueling work
and the sacrifice of family life for a job!
 
Michael Pruchnicki

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  183.     

Paramita

Life is a dance
in an unknowing universe-
without an audience.
So we must give life
it’s perfect meaning,
for God cannot.

Do not protest,
for no one listens.
Cry and cry
in the darkness.
Be brave.
Be quiet.


(2007, Chicago/Someone took this poem and created a picture with it, without my knowledge. If you want to see the picture, put 'Fred Babbin poetry' into a search engine, and click on 'Flickrs'.)
 
Fred Babbin

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  184.     

My Comments, When I Read An Excellent Poem.

Verily a poem of this artly expressed talent
did knock me over...
I originally hail from Chicago, not Dover.
I know of art in it's raw, rarest form...
This written piece, rates of very high marks
well above the averaged norm.
I enjoy being of a high intellegenced quota...
Of all i have written or thoughtly-wrot'a.
My head may explode from routinely
patting myself onto my back...
Some would say i'm full'a myself,
I don't care-Poetry's my talented knack.
 
Michael Gale

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