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four_2n81   Junior Editor

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Submitted Poems 3 total


Beware the ogre that sleeps in your head,
It has no home, and it has no bed.l be
When you lose your temper and start to yell,
It wakes up and raises all kinds of hell.
If you argue with any person at all,
It will be at your beck and call.

by Henry L. White

added by four_2n81
2 months ago

My Optimism

In the fantastic world of tomorrow
There'll be far less tears, also sorrow.
Earth will have ironed out every flaw,
Such as famine, racism, even...

by Henry Louis White

added by four_2n81
3 months ago

Ode to a piano

Two hands in practiced grace,
Glide skillfully across the piano's face.
The fingers move as if they dance,
Each in their own disciplined stance.
The keys appear separate in black and white,
But they float as one in musical flight.
Ebony and...

by Henry Louis White

added by four_2n81
4 months ago

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But, of course! LOL

3 months ago

most know it as gr8

3 months ago

I thank you for your heartfelt comment on my poem, I've always used music to my benefit. It has always been my release!

4 months ago


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