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Speaking Silence by Fizza Rahman Rahman - [42 words]
Decisions Of Allegiance by Peter Rivendell As a teenager, I revealed my most precious secret to my best friend - my love for him. ... [150 words]
The Voice by R Bennett Okerstrom Evil whispers across the wind. [127 words]
My Mother by Sadaf Shahab when I was too young, I never use my tongue, but my mother always understand what could I really mea... [37 words]
Silent Killers by Stuart Eric Longridge If we only knew what goes on. [317 words]
Forward To The Present Past by Stuart Eric Longridge A never ending cycle. [189 words]
Shadow Play by Stuart Eric Longridge Look beyond official references to discover the truth. [152 words]
Whats On The Box? by Stuart Eric Longridge Our friendly time waster. [178 words]
Catch The Moon by Peter Rivendell An uncertain tale of "forbidden" love. [92 words]
Empowered By My Own Karma by Stuart Eric Longridge Personal road to knowledge [230 words]
Temptation by Mia Angello - [466 words]
Forgive Me by Mia Angello - [70 words]
Waves Within by Mia Angello Twelve poems, each marking a moment between 1999-2001. [791 words]
Soulbond by Mia Angello . [70 words]
-Untitled- by Tim Baker This piece is largely about myself and my inconsistent and disjointed thoughts. It was written at a ... [187 words]
You Thought by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [100 words]
Words by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [75 words]
Will You Come by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [150 words]
Why You Never Loved Me... by Alberto Pupo The minimal doubt that existed, that was magnified by the way things went.. [105 words]
Vanquishing Pain by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [25 words]
Vampire by Judith Goff - [70 words]
Unfinished Realism by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [56 words]
True Colours by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [89 words]
Traces by Alberto Pupo A fading trace... [56 words]
Tired Scared And Alone by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [95 words]
The Real You by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [93 words]
The Ill-Mannered Guest by Asif Khan A symbolic poem, a monologue with the most mysterious character of the universe! [44 words]
Still Goes On by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally This is about a guy I just could never work out and I could never get myself. [63 words]
Something Taken by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [45 words]
Someone Is Not Me by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [47 words]
Silently Screaming by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [164 words]
Sick For You by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [82 words]
Satirical Lyrical - Contemporary Poetry
Realization Of Love by Roberto J Moreno This poem is something I wrote about a girl I met this summer. I've felt things I've never ... [131 words]
Ravenous by Judith Goff - [47 words]
Prevented by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [81 words]
Painful World by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [101 words]
Ode To Love Bleeding by Alberto Pupo How to find the cure for love... [57 words]
My Star by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [94 words]
My Doll Gives Me A Lesson by Sadaf Shahab When I was a toddler, I have a dolly My doll is lovely, her hairs is curly, She has ... [136 words]
Mohabbat by Fizza Rahman Rahman - [24 words]
Missing by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [61 words]
Love Is Different by Sadaf Shahab In all walks of life As you will sow, so you will reap. but in love, more you will sow, less... [22 words]
Lonely by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [72 words]
Live It Up by Alberto Pupo Indulgence is the theme of today. [66 words]
Last Tear by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [55 words]
Justice by Sadaf Shahab (when)Men are cruel, and women are oppressed. How could their union, gives birth "Justice" [11 words]
Just You And Me by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [160 words]
Judaai by Fizza Rahman Rahman - [92 words]
Is This To Difficult To See? by Alberto Pupo The truth about everything and what I feel for her, is it really that difficult fo... [73 words]
Insecure by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [59 words]
Inner Songs by Sadaf Shahab Man moves in a circle, waiting for a miracle. his dream and wish look like a slippy fish. he is m... [35 words]
In The Stillness Of The Light by Musau The flower. [82 words]
I Trust Thee by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [46 words]
I Love Thee by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [117 words]
He Who Was Defiled by Musau A poem reflecting no compassion. [84 words]
Girls by Sadaf Shahab I am a little fish, and world is full of crocodiles. I think all the girls , feels like that. [17 words]
From Me To You Always by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [38 words]
Falling In Love With You by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [71 words]
Every Thing Has Its Significance by Sadaf Shahab Every thing has its significance for a time being . This is the nature of huma... [82 words]
Ehsaas -E- Judaai by Fizza Rahman Rahman - [56 words]
Dreamcatcher by David Wrigley Just a very small and simple poem about someone I cared for. [49 words]
Dont Let The Bastards Get You Down by L A Winterburn A funny poem about the stresses of life. [114 words]
Disclaimer by Tim Baker Someday I want to paint these on a huge scale in plain black and white. The meaning behind it all is... [113 words]
Daytime Insomnia by Tim Baker This piece is about the sheer drudgery of a day in an unfulfilling occupation when all the bod... [34 words]
Crying For Two by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [89 words]
Crave Not Me by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [51 words]
Comic by Ulysses Hero Light hearted poetry. [187 words]
Can't You See by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [54 words]
Can See It Coming. by Roberto J Moreno It's about seeing things happen, but just letting time make decisions. [127 words]
Broken Promises by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [71 words]
Broken Down by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [135 words]
Beauty by Sadaf Shahab When the breeze blow, the flowers dancing to and fro and the lakes water flow in this beautiful view I ... [31 words]
Antidote To Love by Alberto Pupo Is this the cure? [85 words]
American Tragedy by Rogue Manhattan a poem on feelings a year after 9/11. [227 words]
Amanda by Diane Copeland For the love of a child... [42 words]
All Coz Of You by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [51 words]
Alcohol Passion by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [85 words]
A Dream Last Night by Catherine Phillippa Susan Dally - [67 words]
Get Help From Someone Who Needs It Too! by Insane Man Everyone needs help. I need help. You need help. The editors here and e... [145 words]
Vultures by Stuart Eric Longridge Money grabbing bastards. [183 words]
Up In The Midnight Sky by Roberto J Moreno It's a bit about everything. Love, life, responsibility. [172 words]
Truth About Love by Alberto Pupo A harsh reality. [67 words]
Too Hard To See by Jennifer Mendez - [121 words]
Tomorrow Lies Beside Us by Sue (Sooz) Simpson - [239 words]
To All The Trees by Ivonne León Vonchyta This is a poem that shows that a tree is not only a plant, that we most of the times, ignore. ... [71 words]
Three Mile Gap by Sue (Sooz) Simpson So close and yet... [285 words]
This City I Call Home by Will Cameron This town holds too many memories. Perhaps it's time to leave [158 words]
The Vagabond Heart by David B Doc Byron a poem about an evil entity. [110 words]
The Prodical Fathers by Stuart Eric Longridge So how did they know then? [148 words]
The Love I Feel For You by Elizabeth Jessica Allen These are poems I wrote a while ago, when all I could do was sit and watch the one I lo... [460 words]
Taken Away by Dane Anderson Tired of whiny teenagers writing about why their parents don't love them. Who isn't? Well here is ... [111 words]
Stateville Nights by Dane Anderson Read this and you might see what a good poem consist of. [172 words]
Soon by Emily Hunter By us for us. This poem talks about two people in love meeting for the first time, the date September 11th... [182 words]
Scratched To Grey by Peter Rivendell ... being in love with someone who can never love you back... [145 words]
Remember The Wee Dog by Stuart Eric Longridge A very real nightmare. [221 words]
Please Every Night by Rae Don't wake me up. [72 words]
Online Convo 1 by Kirsten McManus You actually wrote this, not me.... [167 words]
Once Upon A Time by Preston Miles Metz Limrick. [127 words]
Near Breaking Time by Iam Hack Not really a poem, or what we call 'prose poem' about pregnancy. [136 words]
Lost by Emily Hunter A poem about the strength a woman showed for a man she loves and the pain she feels because he was scared ... [97 words]
Jolie Marie by David B Doc Byron A poem about a cajun girl bitten by a werewolf. [252 words]
Hunter And Emily by Emily Hunter This was a part of a conversation two lovers had... where he told her... well read for yoursel... [261 words]
From London To Scotland by Will Cameron On the way home for a funer, it's seems I'm the only one sober. [223 words]
Filling In The Gaps by Stuart Eric Longridge And they still could`nt get to the moon. [237 words]
Fallen Wings by Jennifer Mendez - [63 words]
Faded Edges by A J Magy Read "Bodies at Rest" first. It helps to keep the time-line in order. [154 words]
Evening by Swish Checkley - [120 words]
Devolution. The Box by Ulysses Hero Poetry should never be described, it needs to be read and enjoyed for what it is. I will sa... [247 words]
Decent Proposal by Ramkumar Menon No time to wait. I Love You. [193 words]
Dear Momma by Rosalyn Ann Gover This is a poem commemorating my mother, whom I love, who died on the 17th of September in 1998. [92 words]
Dance Of Death by David B Doc Byron A story of a young man grieving over his lost lover, only to discover shes not really dead.{At l... [566 words]
Consequently... by Christy Mack wrote this in 2 minutes. [205 words]
Casualty by Francis James Chudley This is a poem about one of my accidents whilst biking. Enjoy. [222 words]
Can You Lend Me A Tenner Son? A What? by Stuart Eric Longridge Its happening now, but for the worst [267 words]
By Hunter For Emily by Emily Hunter Time. [105 words]
Blink by Ulysses Hero A snipet of life through a childs eyes. [149 words]
Birth Trauma by Stuart Eric Longridge Were not in the dark ages any more. [204 words]
Before 6 by Ulysses Hero Long before I could spell the word innocence. [129 words]
An Ode To The One True Love. by Alberto Pupo This is dedicated to the one I love and will always love, and I hope she will get ... [128 words]
An Ode To My Love by L A Winterburn - [72 words]
All Guilt... by Iam Hack Poem about guilt. [21 words]
Aimless by Alberto Pupo For the first time understanding what its truly like to lose the love, of one you truly loved. [53 words]
Agression Obsession by Stuart Eric Longridge There's always a lot more to things. [259 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Satirical Lyrical - Contemporary Poetry
DESCRIPTION
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[121 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Literary Fiction
AUTHOR
Ulysses Hero
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Can I be like batman, don a mask and wear underpants on the outside of my trousers? Can I hide behind a nom de plume and write of childish things?
[September 2002]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
ukhero@btopenworld.com
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (12)
At The Bus Stop (Poetry) Still working on this but would like some early feedback. I'm not too sure if I've captured the scene correctly? [425 words] [Romance]
Before 6 (Poetry) Long before I could spell the word innocence. [129 words] [Literary Fiction]
Blink (Poetry) A snipet of life through a childs eyes. [149 words]
Cameo Of My Psyche. A Collection (Poetry) Says exectly what it is in the tittle. [1,288 words] [Popular Fiction]
Comic (Poetry) Light hearted poetry. [187 words] [Humor]
Devolution. The Box (Poetry) Poetry should never be described, it needs to be read and enjoyed for what it is. I will say, my own poetry swings towards surrealism. Enough said. [247 words] [Literary Fiction]
Fin (Poetry) Parting is such sweet sorrow.- Shakespeare Parting is like a chinese a meal: sweet for some, sour for others. - Ulysses Hero [142 words]
Hammock (Poetry) For all you writers who scribe away on hot summers day: a dreamy submission for the tired of hand. [32 words]
If Dali Wrote Poetry: (Poetry) Odd and totally bizarre. Yes, that's what it's meant to be. [180 words] [Art]
My Parents Have The Mania (Poetry) A little light Humor. [177 words] [Humor]
On A Napkin At Rialto's (Poetry) Surreal writing. To explain is to say too much. [96 words] [Relationships]
Reverso (Poetry) Doesn't need one. [114 words]
Satirical Lyrical - Contemporary Poetry
Ulysses Hero

          Satirical lyrical - Contemporary Poetry

          Now

                  Take my heart,

                          hold it

          tight,       and
                          squeeeeeeze

          untiltherhythmchanges.

          Now
                 dig out
          my mind
          with a spade,          and
          hit it
          severaltimeswitthebluntedge.

          Grab my wrist,

                              twist it,

          dip it
          in mixed metaphors, meaningless phrases:

          Coffee shop,

                          cigarettes Gaulouises;

          abstract:

                          el Franco by a newspaper stand

          reads his epitaph
          takes a bow,

          and

          can I write contemporary - - Now?
 

 

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"I can picture you sitting hip-shot on a wooden stool in a darkened coffee house, black beret drawn down over one eye; cigarette drooping from your lips beneath a pencil-thin moustache !!! Coooool" -- Judith Goff, Tampa, FL, Usa.
"I can picture a serial killer writing his note to the police for them to use to TRY and find him. I like it!" -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"Ulysses, I had to find out who you were and who was the person who lit up my day with their review. So I found you and read all your work. I have to say that it has been a privalege and an honor to have received a review from a most talented poet. Your poetries are masterpieces! My favorite is the last... and it does conjure an image in the mind. Mine is a University Student racking his brain and studying for his afternoon mid-term, in a coffee shop and decidedly resignated to do his best." -- Jacqueline, California.
"Why do you write poetry?" -- Jorge Freire.
"To: Jorge Freire. I'm unable to find your e-mail address so forgive my cameo reply: I don't really know is my answer; but I do know it's a passion that keeps me awake till 3 in the morning. I write poetry for a number of reasons: it helps me with my short stories and song writing, improves my english vocabulary. I consider Poetry the most difficult of writing disciplines and one I intend to master, and besides, I never like taking the easy route. " -- Ulysses Hero, England.

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© 2000 Ulysses Hero
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
September 2002
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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