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My poetry can be lyrics

Started this discussion. Last reply by Smith Clarkson Feb 3, 2020. 11 Replies


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"No one in my family is a poet or reads poetry. Most of the poetry I’ve read is the works of Shakespeare. But who wants to write a sonnet these days? My paternal line runs strongly to creatives, mostly artists or musicians. I learnt to write…"
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2010 Quatrain City Poetry Contest Grand Prize Winners

Posted on December 31, 2010 at 2:39pm 0 Comments

Seventeen individual Quatrain City Poetry Contests were held from the end of March through November. Each Contest resulted in a winner and runner-up, both of which qualified for Grand Prize judging. These are the results:


Grand Prize:

"The Church of Adolescence" by Anthea Burson


First Runner-Up

"Myth of Life" by Ayoub Bangroo


Second Runners-Up (tie)

"Criss-Crossed" by Pushpa Moorjani

"Silent Cannons" by Diane…


Attention Kindle Owners

Posted on August 8, 2010 at 5:52pm 0 Comments

I just published my latest book, Aspects Long Forgotten, on the Kindle site: …


Latest Quatrain City Winners

Posted on July 12, 2010 at 1:46pm 0 Comments

Congrats to Pushpa Moorjani and Ayub Bangroo for winning my latest Quatrain City Poetry Contest. To read the winning poems, go to You can also read previous winning entries, and the contest rules as well.

Catching up

Posted on June 24, 2010 at 1:22pm 1 Comment

Men and women alike appreciate poetry, but don't usually purchase it for themselves. I've proclaimed July to be "Buy poetry for your lover" month so they can receive books of meaningful poetry from their lovers, spouses, significant others, BFF's, close friends, family members, distant relatives, and even pen pals.

The Facebook event info is at…


2nd Set of Quatrain City Winners Announced

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 9:17pm 0 Comments

Winners of the second edition of the Quatrain City Poetry Contest have been announced. is sponsoring this contest to provide poetic inspiration or to assist poets in fine-tuning their skills. Congrats go out to Diane Tegarden and Ayoub Bangroo for their winning entries. they will now be automatically entered in a grand prize contest at the end of the year.

To see theses winning entries, go to…


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At 5:42pm on August 9, 2010, Bobby Z said…
wow your long web site names are a book in themselves. if i were on a pension or something i would have the time to memorize them...funny....i will soon check out your books but im at the library computer on a pathetic......oh well guess this poet is too lazy for this world..........good luck with the book
At 5:46pm on July 13, 2010, Bobby Z said…
my inspiration is the same as my comment on the 12th.......shameless promotion of poetry involves pop music with hot chicks all over it................and hot boys for the girls and the gays..............and partyin..............for those whose young bodies can still tolerate the toxic life .ciao for now
At 10:24pm on February 20, 2010, Jack Huber said…
Thanks for comparing me to Kerouac, but his work was mostly involving jazz, promiscuity, drugs and poverty. Mine is more nature and Americana...
At 11:24am on February 20, 2010, Brian Allossery said…
Hey Jack- when you gonna bring some Kerouac back?
At 3:00am on January 10, 2010, Bobby Z said…
At 4:47am on September 3, 2009, Brian Allossery said…
Hi Jack- here is my poem for today-A reflection on the tone of the media these days of whom and which-well I will take responsibility for this opinion --- God Bless 'em even if they ain't the brightest-
Here it is in all it's glory- my poem of tody-

"Life is not a war-
That is not what we're here for
There are those taht do adore-
To crush and mush the weak and bleak - or bright and right-
However- life is not a war-
So now I'm getting sore-
Don't come round here no more-
With all your stupid fussin' or wewon't be discussin"
Cause I can't take no more-
Or life will be a war-
Haha- get the picture-
F away with your media greedia-
Cause I don't want your media no more-
Life is not a war-

it is called Life Is Not A War-
At 1:42pm on July 6, 2009, Noden said…
Welcome to the site Jack, hope you find someone to help you get your writes into music...happy collaborating friend.




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