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Poet's And Poetry

Part of a paragraph from, The Picture of Dorian Gray by
Oscar wilde. I think really hits the high notes of poets.

' A great poet, a really great poet, is the most unpoetical
of all creatures. But inferior poets are absolutely fascinating.
The worse their rhymes are, the more picturesque they look.
The mere fact of having published a book of second-rate sonnets
makes a man quite irresistible. He lives the poetry he cannot
write. The others write the poetry that they dare not realize.'

11/13/2011 POEWHIT


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The Little Puppet

The little puppet sits on the shelf
staring at me through his glass eyes

I wonder what he sees,
are my troubles fascinating to him?

His jaw opens from time to time
I wish he tell me something.

Funny or sad
maybe even a sonnet or two

All he does is gape
spy on me and pass silent judgement.

How I really hate that thing!
Nicholas Abaddon

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In A World Of My Own

In a world of my own
Sit in the open,
Serenely staring at the hub of the galaxy,
Snarling stars scorching
Sparkly holly hoisted to my eternity.
Shelling stars in slow motion saluting the Sonnet coronet prince,
Sizzling stones seafaring the will of their seldom lord,
Surely the solar system is slightly
Stretched out to sighing souls!
Swiftly, in a dive of spirit, I
Slide back to realism in my seat.

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My Life, As A Poem

The pen was first dipped into ink on the day I was born
The initial stroke was broad and indistinct

A few gentle passes, lightly caressed the first line
As the Earth revolved thrice

By the first score of orbits, a couplet was complete
Printed in a juvenile font on papyrus

As the decades passed, the lettering became calligraphy
And the rhymes evolved in dithyrambic fervor

Today I stand as an ongoing sonnet, subject and author
Searching for the last word and awaiting the final serif
Kelly Kurt

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