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Earth's Bounty

It doesn’t always live up to expectations –
frequently too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry

Wearing pretty cotton dresses and silly strappy sandals… 80 more words

Formal Poetry

Ode to Sea Bunnies

“The cuddly-looking creatures come armed with ‘incredibly long copulatory spines,’” Ángel Valdés, Ph.D., sea slug expert in NatGeo Sea Bunnies

So small, you almost remained undetected! 135 more words


Attila the Hun

Each armed to the teeth and a merciless killer;
All led by a right piece of work called Attila,
The nomadic Huns were the toughs of their day, 381 more words



About this time I start to think
about a cup of tea
when all at once I need a drink
and Jock makes it for me. 98 more words

Rhyming Poetry

Number 11

Australian newspaper headline 1973. Blue Poles (originally titled number 11) by Jackson Pollock was
purchased by The Australian National Art Gallery for a then world record price of 1.3 million Australian dollars.
98 more words


The Ghazal Page Revamped: with 2 Ghazals of Mine + Many More!!

The Ghazal Page, the place to find top-notch poems in the ghazal form, both traditional and experimental, is now live with a brand new issue… 129 more words


Battle of Balikpapan

Was the first of July and the war all but won
But the foe wouldn’t bow to the bomb or the gun
So a mighty fleet gathered off Borneo’s coast… 467 more words