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    dresses

    dresses
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    Luminous poem! A curiosity: bliss written with...

    Luminous poem! A curiosity: bliss written with the German ß.
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    Enjoyed this poetic definition of Jazz. ...

    Enjoyed this poetic definition of Jazz.

    Disregarding a bit the rules because I liked this poem, with "k" in the title:

    "Broken ivories". The Keys by Erica Jong. ...
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    Yummy! Lucent leaves light lightly left,...

    Yummy!

    Lucent leaves light lightly left,
    Loving liters of little lions like lofty linen
    Lifeīs liver lacks luster
    Lyrical lira lasts limitless!
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    elegant

    elegant
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    Liked this picture very much, Tony, picturing the...

    Liked this picture very much, Tony, picturing the walk against the colorful background, with the usual Hopper touch.
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    Very resonant with meaning!:) My trial with...

    Very resonant with meaning!:)

    My trial with the same words

    ( chime/initial/flakes/checkered/blaspheme/asleep/while )

    A rehearsal of peace

    The initial chime finds me asleep
    while the...
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    Very much to the point! "I wish I could take a...

    Very much to the point!

    "I wish I could take a quiet corner in the heart of my baby's very" Baby's World by Rabindranath Tagore
    http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/rabindranath_tagore/poems/2206
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    refreshment

    refreshment
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    ;) Sounds familiar! jingle, jangle, jukebox ...

    ;) Sounds familiar!

    jingle, jangle, jukebox

    jolly jogging juniors

    jocose, jaunty, jockeys

    jesting joltingly.
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    re: Payne. No idea. There seem to be several good...

    re: Payne. No idea. There seem to be several good poets.

    Sappho with translations from Greek :)

    "Gentlest of critics, does your memory hold" To My Mother by Alfred Joyce Kilmer (Joyce)...
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    Neanderthal

    Neanderthal
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    Cummings- a curious poet I learnt to know because...

    Cummings- a curious poet I learnt to know because of this game. :)

    "THE empress of the year, the meadows' queen," June by John Payne
    https://www.theotherpages.org/poems/payne02.html#8
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    enshrined

    enshrined
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    Lol. A mash up of the mash up! The Leaf is...

    Lol.

    A mash up of the mash up!

    The Leaf is Nature

    The leaf is golden, the leaf is green
    flowers grow in between
    in all hues of Eden
    born at the first hour of dawn.
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    :) Trying to emulate Manoel de Barros, the...

    :)


    Trying to emulate Manoel de Barros, the master of meaningful nonsense!

    "The Rock

    Being a rock
    I have the pleasure of lying on the ground.
    I only deprive lizards and butterflies.
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    A cute vignette! The Protagonist He sings...

    A cute vignette!

    The Protagonist

    He sings at the first
    hint of dawn and all day long,
    His heart in his throat!
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    re: "Song of the Bell". I think this first...

    re: "Song of the Bell". I think this first translation tries to emulate the German syntax and the vocabulary of that time, which makes it sound artificial and stilted. Your poetic sensibility...
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    otherness

    otherness
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    Injoyed immensely! Very fitting for the eve of...

    Injoyed immensely! Very fitting for the eve of elections (sigh!).


    Elementary errors
    exalt erosions
    explode earnest embassies
    evade ethical evidence
    endure epidemic enormities
    endanger...
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    Magical! Rainy Spring Day The sun smiles...

    Magical!

    Rainy Spring Day

    The sun smiles lightly
    attired in grumpy clouds.
    Earth sulks below.
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    re: Some of Schillerīs poems are very long. This one here the German schoolchildren had to learn by heart (donīt know if they still do):yricstranslate.com/de/das-lied-von-der-glocke-song-bell.html
    ...
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    tablets

    tablets
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    Interesting words poem! "Ye in the age gone...

    Interesting words poem!

    "Ye in the age gone by", The Gods Of Greece by Friedrich Schiller
    https://www.public-domain-poetry.com/friedrich-schiller/gods-of-greece-30692
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    Lol!Wonderful! Spoken out of a sleepless soul! ...

    Lol!Wonderful! Spoken out of a sleepless soul!

    Rather modestly:

    Apostrophing sleep

    Oh sleep!
    Thou that aresīt
    The home of the homeless
    The food of the hungry for rest
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