10-word poems

Peace,
my goal and my desire.
Will it ever come?

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Absence of conflict
presence of accord
for the whole world.

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Winter blues
obliterate summer bronze –
pale people are in fashion
 

for the Poet’s Pub

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21 Responses to 10-word poems

  1. I love pared-down poetry 🙂

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  2. lynn__ says:

    You raise difficult question about peace…appreciate relief of humor in final tenWords!

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  3. tigerbrite says:

    Peace would be perfect wouldn’t it:)
    Today was the coldest this winter in South East Spain… wind was biting but the sun behind glass scorching.
    Well done these

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  4. ds says:

    Peace…all we have is hope; world accord its natural extension (or lead-in). And yes, pale is the new tan, at least for a while. Wonderful writes all. Thank you.

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  5. Nice collection. I can especially relate to the winter blues. Peace, Linda

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  6. Two very serious and thoughtful pieces, and one for fun. Rather nice to realize that my pale winter skin is ‘en vogue!’

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  7. kaykuala h says:

    Peace,
    my goal and my desire.
    Will it ever come?

    The 6 million dollar question. It will not come given the hidden agenda lurking in the minds of the negotiators! Great lines Viv!

    Hank

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  8. Snakypoet (Rosemary Nissen-Wade) says:

    I love them all.

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  9. Oh! I too wish for the peace to prevail. Nicely penned.
    And I liked the last one the best. It has a kind of texture to it. 🙂
    -HA

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  10. claudia says:

    as much as i hope for peace i don’t think that we really ever will have that perfect peace here on this world.. it’s sad… i wish it would be different

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  11. 2014 was a pretty bad year. But sometimes I think we only see the worst of it because we read the news.

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  12. Kathy Reed says:

    Three things to hope for every day…

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  13. Glenn Buttkus says:

    Of course will come, as specific geography, as temporal times; world peace, unfortunately is almost an oxymoron, like jumbo shrimp. I really like your last stanza, very strong; you certainly rocked this prompt; nice work.

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  14. Grace says:

    Pale and grumpty of winter people ~ Enjoyed this ones, smiles ~

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  15. Mary says:

    Viv, I don’t know if peace will ever come. I fear it may not, but I continue to hope. I don’t know how we can ever have absence of conflict in this world. I look at past history and can’t imagine today is all that different. Sigh.

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  16. wolfsrosebud says:

    loved the winter blues… and pale is really coming back

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  17. brian miller says:

    we can hope for such peace…though i wonder if we are even capable of it, you know…
    ha tis the season of pale people…the girls at school press the dress code less when they
    freeze exposed middrifts…

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  18. Ron. says:

    You KNOW I’m with you on the 1st two, V!

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  19. Right now peace seems like such a hopeless goal. When I lived in France there was a song: “Plus jamais, jamais la guerre!” It sure hasn’t been that way in our lifetimes, has it? Love the last one, too.

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  20. Peace and world accordance indeed and I love the contrast of colors in your closing collection…blue/bronze and pale skin… 🙂

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