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IMAGINATION

 

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Within the imagination of your mind
You could be a prince, queen or king
You could go anywhere in the world
In your mind you could do anything

You could sail the seven seas
Experience wind and storm
Feel the sun upon your back
Sailing from dusk until dawn

See the Seven Wonders of the World
The pyramids in all their wonder
All the artefacts that were stolen
Of thieves that did steal and plunder

Imagine you could fly  away
Way up high above the stars
The many wonders of the universe
The planets Jupiter and Mars

You could destroy war  and diseases
Prevent corruption and intimidation
Comfort the starving and the weak
Bring world peace to every nation

But alas it’s all in our imagination
I am afraid that’s where it will stay
We can only wish that our imagination
Will come to fruition one day
Malcolm G Bradshaw

Atlantis Award for Best Poem: Submission Period Now Open

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The Atlantis Award is awarded to a single best poem. The winning poet receives $100 and will be featured in an interview on The Poet’s Billow web site. The winning poem will be published and displayed in the Poet’s Billow Literary Art Gallery and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. If the poet qualifies, the poem will also be submitted to The Best New Poets anthology.

Up to five runners-up will be considered for publication and a Pushcart Prize nomination.

Follow this link for guidelines on how to enter: Atlantis Award

Read last year winners here: 2012 Atlantis

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Tales of possums and poets

Emma Carmichael

The City Journal originally published this audio slideshow on May 15, 2012. You can view it here.

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The little things


 
It is the little things in life which make the difference
When we are greeted by someone with a friendly smile
Who genuinely enquired about our well-being
Or  help in climbing over a stile
 
    A  stile is not just some thing we see in the country
It is any of the problems we meet on life’s way
To know that we have friends who will help us
Is some thing that brings happiness every day
 
For there is a lot of truth in the old saying
That a friend in need is a friend indeed
Someone who is willing to help us
And who is not afraid to intercede
 
Not one who always wants to interfere
Or to tell us things that we already know
Who can recognise the help that we are needing
And who will stay when all the others go
 
Who will do or say some thing that is helpful
It might only be a gesture or a friendly smile
But it can soothe or strengthen us for life’s battle
And make every thing we do worthwhile
Ron Martin

At the sea side its that time of the year – your favourite poem



When I was down beside the sea
A wooden spade they gave to me
To dig the sandy shore.

My holes were empty like a cup.
In every hole the sea came up,
Till it could come no more.

by Robert Louis Stevenson

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