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Narcissus Poeticus

A Rimus dissolutas (ish) poem Narcissus Poeticus: also called Poet's Narcissus or Poet's Daffodil. . . . Some poets are more narcissusistic than others. (Image from Wiki commons)
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European Friendship

1) Post-war peace and peaceful ties, treaties, trade co-operation, mustn’t quarrel, friendly gestures, no more wars, don’t want to risk it; but...
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Waiting for Morpheus

Another 'Rimas Dissolutas' poem.
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He said I was Whippety (Rimus Dissolutas)

On Wednesdays I go to the park And whatever the genre of weather I enjoy a lie down on the grass And I blow kisses to my whippets Some people stop to...
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A Singular Man

Rimas dissolutas.
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Last Week I Lost My Job (Rimus Dissolutas)

Last week I lost my job My boss died and me? I was thrown away like litter I don’t wish to speak ill of the dead But the man’s character was poor I...
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In Troubadouric Tradition?

It seems that Rimas Dissolutas [Poetry Monthly March] fits best to troubadouric verse – does anyone else find it fits other content well?
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Speedy Connections

… so much in the blink of an eye, or a flicker of thought.
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Seasons Connect

… The sunshine weak … ’til seeds awake … the seeds awake …