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      Automatic registration has been disabled. If you would like to join the Poetry Magnum Opus online community, use the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page and follow these instructions: 1. Check your email (including your spam folder) in a timely fashion for a reply. 2. After you receive a reply, use the "Sign Up" link at the top right corner of the page to create your account. Do this fast. I've lost my patience with people who use the "Contact Us" link to express interest in joining and then don't bother to check their email for a reply and don't bother to join after registration has been enabled. The queue fills up fast with spammers, and I have to spend my time sifting through the rubbish to delete them. The window of opportunity for joining will be short. I will not have my time wasted. If you don't check your email and you don't bother registering promptly, you will find that registration has been disabled and your future requests to join may go ignored. /s/ Tony ___________________ [Registration will only be enabled for a short while from the time your message is received, so please check your email for a reply and register within 12 hours of using the "Contact Us" link. (Be sure to check your spam folder if you don't see a reply to your message.)]
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      Blogs   05/01/2017

      Blogs are now accessible to Guests. Guests may read and reply to blog entries. We'll see how this works out. If Guest participation becomes troublesome, I'll disable Guest access. Members are encouraged to make use of the PMO Members' Promotional Blog to promote their published works. Simply add your latest entry to the blog. Include relevant information (your name or screen name, poem title, periodical name, hyperlink to the site where published, etc). If you have a lot of them and feel you need your own blog, let me know, and I will try to accommodate you. Members are encouraged to continue also posting their promotional topics in the Promotions forum on the board itself which is better suited for archiving promotions.
Aleksandra

Haiku Train - catch it - free tickets

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quiet lawns of her hope
border a garden of dreams
one crocus blooms

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A page of blossom
frames simple penned images
Reflection of Spring

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her rainbow of smiles
brighten my lonely heart
tears of joy follow

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in secret gardens
outside the temple grounds, wait
soldiers in training

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beneath her burqa
anonymity resides
promise held captive

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through Sherwood Forest
ghosts of a band of bandits
enchant my dreams​​

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Symphonies of spray
from breakers crashing on shore
wet my thirsty cheeks

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Oooooooh "songs of Rhondda rain" so luscious .

colour all that's clean
with rainbows and teardrops
new fawn fades from view

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new fawn fades from view
to reappear next to doe
alert eyes scan

 

~~jvg

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a false note waiting
in the dark forest depth
a whisper of lies

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twisted branches snap
with a loud crack before dawn
a Barn Owl responds

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of the fairy folk
hidden in fern and flowers
secrets are whispered

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Secrets are whispered

hidden in an evening breeze

Birches talk to elms

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Birches talk to elms,
hushed tones carried on the wind.
Lone leaf floats to earth.

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Lone leaf floats to earth

and treasured by tiny hands

a gift from the voices.

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