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An Ode to Emperor Meiji by TheSultansScribe An ode to the man who steered Japan into modernity during the late 19th century, with all the bells and whistles of machine guns, steam engines and telegraph wires sweeping the nation into the Japanese Empire! And yet, it also celebrates a sense of continuity over time, as the wisdom of the past guides a nation's course in the present, and will sail it through murky future waters.
K+, English, Poetry, words: 593, 12/10/2022
Straight And Narrow by iChaotica Follow.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 126, 11/5/2022
The Old Beekeeper Burns His New Beehive by iChaotica Nothing ever changes.
T, English, Drama, words: 231, 11/5/2022
A Poem of Progress by iChaotica Look how far we've come.
T, English, Drama, words: 118, 11/3/2022
1Those Who Hope by TheSilverMirror social commentary on post-post modern times
K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 43, 10/11/2022
Both sides suck! by Amoridere I don't often write political poems but Election day is coming so here's a candid one about the subject of Election Day and voting.
T, English, Humor, words: 307, 10/4/2022
Plague Refugees by Amoridere As the war begins and with so little options as a country collapses, several opt to flee the incoming carnage.
T, English, Drama & Horror, words: 174, 9/11/2022
The Run of Andrew Chappell by WJosephusW A short, narrative poem about an epic act of American Patriotism in 1965.
T, English, Poetry & Western, words: 148, 8/25/2022
The Battle of Charlottesville by WJosephusW A People's Poem of mine that relates the three-day story of the Charlottesville riots of August 2017. I wrote this piece at a time in life when I was slightly misled, to say the very least. The work reflects as such; still: all Poetry is Poetry, just as all Art is Worthy. It is a product of the division of it's Time.
T, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 420, 8/12/2022
The Gods of Moneylending by WJosephusW A longer work which reflects on the nature of economic subversion throughout history, and the primary perpetrators of such acts.
T, English, Poetry & Horror, words: 517, 8/12/2022
Ascent of the Censors by WJosephusW A poem condemning the vile and Political Business of Censorship of the Arts, a wicked practice, sadly ascending to popularity in high places of Power on Earth once again.
T, English, Poetry & Mystery, words: 243, 8/12/2022
Molon Labe by WJosephusW A Poem about the Right to Keep and to Bear Arms.
T, English, Poetry & Adventure, words: 271, 8/10/2022
Kenosha by WJosephusW My thoughts on the events surrounding the shooting of Gaige Grosskreutz, in hindsight and poetry.
T, English, Poetry & Crime, words: 153, 8/10/2022
The Art of Assassination by WJosephusW Another poem, which I will let speak for itself.
T, English, Poetry & Crime, words: 658, 8/6/2022
Homophoney by menLOVEmen Homophoney
K, French, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 95, 7/30/2022
Ode to Freedom by WJosephusW A short, Anthemic, and sing-able Poem Dedicated to all those who have Contributed to the Cause of Liberty.
K+, English, Poetry & Western, words: 182, 7/18/2022
Battle Hymn of the Patriot's Front by WJosephusW An original revolutionary, poetic Anthem dedicated to The Patriot Front, a staunchly Conservative People's Vanguard operating for Right and for Good within the Law and Borders of The United States of America.
T, English, Poetry & Western, words: 483, 7/13/2022
Sapalaran Para sa Kapalaran by alcaponieeee Tema: Karapatang Pantao at Eleksiyon
K, Filipino, Drama, words: 272, 7/10/2022
1 Shout for Fuentes by WJosephusW Another Anthemic piece for the America First Movement, this time focused on it's valiant Leadership.
T, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 325, 7/8/2022
One Nation Under God by WJosephusW A lyrically-poetic marching monologue for the America First movement. Danger is efficacy.
T, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 317, 7/7/2022
Worth Living With a Uterus by RottenTangerine When the only point of your existence is to pump out stock that you didn't want and won't be cared for anyway, what's the point of living? Potentially triggering for mentions of rape and school shooting, but nothing graphic.
T, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 301, favs: 2, 6/24/2022
So Always to Tyrants by WJosephusW Intended in part as a condemning sentence on the monstrous infant "holiday" of "Juneteenth", a date held up as celebratory of the abolition of American slavery, a sentiment beyond noble. Yet, the very brand being propagated employs a Marxist / Communist fist and a Cross of Nero juxtaposed as it's logo. Such bold-faced trickery has always been the way of Tyrants and Demagogues.
T, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 210, 6/20/2022
The Massacre at Potomac by WJosephusW This poem is intended as a commemorative epitaph for Ashli Babbitt and every other patriotic martyr slain by U.S. Capitol Police on January 6th, 2021. With that being said, I leave this work to the court of history to judge.
T, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 355, 6/17/2022
What I Would Say To That One Dumb Russian Bear by Space Ace This etheree poem is one person's response to Russia's invasion of the Ukraine.
T, English, Angst & Drama, words: 40, 3/14/2022
Past and Present by Soren519 It's funny how some things never change
K+, English, words: 63, 3/13/2022
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