Poems

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Poems



Poem One
Typography Form (free verse)

The sea as calm as can be
a tidal wave hits with great fury
the sea
gentle eases back
to the state of calmness.


Poem Two
Anaphora-auditory pattern

Dreams are the childísí future;
Dreams are the future
For the child is our future


Poem Three
Pose Rhythms

Among others I am different
Among the different I am the same,
I realize that sometimes different is the same,
Those who wish to be the same donít realize that they are -
all different.







Poem Four
Prose Rhythm

When I was little I was strong;
When I grew up I knew I should be strong;
When I was young I wished I was older
When I was old I wished I was young
I wish now to enjoy everyday.
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