Two Types

Those who look up

With their heads in the clouds

rely merely on luck.

Those who look down

Are those who find

the coins on the ground.

 

~Scarlette F.R.

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Wanderlust

The treacherous hill…

whether to climb?

Will there be breeze,

a view sublime?

Or will we grow tired

in no time at all?

Not reach the top?

Not risk the fall?

Right now I’m dreaming

planning ahead,

packing, and thinking

of what you just said.

My wanderlust has woken,

has pushed me aside.

My mind has spoken,

my heart must decide.

~by Velvet M.C.

Note:  I am currently in love for the first time, and I needed to express my feelings in verse!  So I apologize if this poem is clichéd and cheesy, but that is my mood right now 😀

Haiku

by Mariya

Sleepy fluffy sheep
Wandering in fields of blue
Those are just clouds.

Quote #17

“True victory lies in your role in the conflict, not in coming through safely: it consists in the honour of battling bravely not battling through.”

~Michel de Montaigne, On Cannibals.

The HOLE

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by Velvet M.C.

Gambian Proverb

“If your only tool is a hammer, you will see every problem as a nail.”

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“Is Goodness really so far away? If I simply desire Goodness, I will find that it is already here.”

~Confucius trans by Van Norden, Bryan W.; Ivanhoe, Philip J.

Black and White

So many images

of happiness that my parents lived

show more color in my trembling hands

Than a Renaissance painting

or a bright bird or flower.

The color of memories––

Forever Young.

~by Scarlette F.R.

Quote #16

“Young men think old men are fools, but old men know young men are fools.”

~George Chapman

Untitled Haiku

by Karen Lepri

The grass is wild hair

A head exploding in light

A grass bush party

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Champaign Wishes

by Starell

Wake me up
I seem to have grown old
With sleep
And long to be young
Again
In dreams

Wake me up
I’m fast asleep
Trapped in a nightmare
Of reality
Longing to return
To dreams of sugarplums

Quote #15

Be ye not like a feather at each wind,

And think not every water washes you.

~Dante’s Divine Comedy, Paradiso, Canto V

(translation by Henry  W. Longfellow)

A Haiku Full of Lies

by MiChanKoshka

Begins with a lie

Begging for eternal fire

To end this loud cry

i thank You God for most this amazing day

by E. E. Cummings

ithankyou

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