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Rated: ASR · Folder · Other · #1061190
As chosen by the folks at WDC. Need to look no further than this folder, unless new.
Best poems inluded in this folder received at least a 4.5 average based on ten ratings or more:

"Zmitri 13+: A surrealistic poem of longing, of loss found once again.
"'heart's home' ASR: A prose poem lament in letter form to a friend from New York praising Oklahoma and Kansas.
"Koan on an October sky ASR: Based on the prompt: like an image tattooed on the sky.
"Clematis on the flagpole E: Very vigorous vines vanguish ... a salute to the letter v.
"At three E: After watching kids at the playground, trying to remember me as a child of three.
"Speak soft my name 13+: Can Earth be given a voice? Not a children's poem.
"Of mice, owls and moonflowers ASR: A light view of natural processes of life, death, life. Response to a challenge.
"Starbeams on Tulsa ASR: A fantasy of what stays and goes in Tornado Alley. Nature versus the follies on Man.
"For Jeanette ... when she grows old E: About Kansas and diamond slippers. Jeanette is a hoot, in spite of her knees and sugar.
"A radiant moon has set ASR: Homeless, black-eyed, had young children, 34 and found dead in the park last winter.


Good poems that received at least a 4.4. They are filed elsewhere:

"'we are like trees' E: A prose poem letter for a friend, using the metaphor of humanity as trees of one forest.
"At two E: Just a wistful afternoon with the two year old, quiet, of course :)
"Yes, redbuds sing E: Do we hear the melodies around us? Do we ignore the harmonics in our hearts.
"The silk shrouded Rose 13+: A prose poem vignette written in 20 minutes with a prompt: a bench and a found object ...
"I, Katrina 13+: In the spirit of I, Claudius, the empress arrives with a case of bad-breeze.
"Boise City 13+: Can you feel emptiness? Boise City is in the panhandle of OK where it touches 4 states.
"Snow goose in flight 13+: What can be made of a poet's life? / Two pillows: one for sleeping, one for napping.
"Byron Lynn ASR: This is an short elegy for Byron Lynn, who died of cancer November 23, 2004 in Kansas.
"Mission girl 13+: We are becoming a class stratified society. Not all of us are ab-fab. Sarcastic?
"Kipuka E: Just imagine crossing miles of lava fields to reach a green oasis on the slopes of Hawaii
"On the Illinois E: The Illinois is an incredibly beautiful river in North-East Oklahoma.
"Summer in Sabetha E: This is based on a very beautiful summer in Sabetha, Kansas ... a long time ago.
"First drum set E: My friend gave his 2 year old a drum set! Can you hear him play?
"Lament of the bottle 13+: Supposed to be witty or humorous. PG rated.
"Earth groaned ASR: Written as I was thinking of the homeless caught in a rainstorm
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    Rated: 13+ · Environment · #981541
    Can Earth be given a voice? Not a children's poem.
    Rated: 13+ · Nature · #1008516
    In the spirit of I, Claudius, the empress arrives with a case of bad-breeze.
    Rated: E · Children's · #1059117
    After watching kids at the playground, trying to remember me as a child of three.
    Rated: E · Tribute · #992784
    About Kansas and diamond slippers. Jeanette is a hoot, in spite of her knees and sugar.
    Rated: E · Nature · #1002015
    Just imagine crossing miles of lava fields to reach a green oasis on the slopes of Hawaii
    Rated: 13+ · Regional · #983025
    Can you feel emptiness? Boise City is in the panhandle of OK where it touches 4 states.
    Rated: ASR · Animal · #988297
    A light view of natural processes of life, death, life. Response to a challenge.
    Rated: ASR · Experience · #983494
    A prose poem lament in letter form to a friend from New York praising Oklahoma and Kansas.
    Rated: ASR · Death · #982292
    Homeless, black-eyed, had young children, 34 and found dead in the park last winter.
    Rated: E · Nature · #983702
    A prose poem letter for a friend, using the metaphor of humanity as trees of one forest.
    Rated: 13+ · Romance/Love · #990746
    A prose poem vignette written in 20 minutes with a prompt: a bench and a found object ...
    Rated: E · Children's · #1330910
    Toot the flute / and flutter the hands. // All fingers fly / to the tune of her band.
    Rated: 18+ · Romance/Love · #1316705
    One line cut and the connection's gone. / Two lines crossed and both are gone.
    Rated: 18+ · Scientific · #1244336
    zones of bend and thrust / where we've created havens for the clouds,
    Rated: E · Family · #1244319
    your wheat hair/blowing in the wind;/no government/can devalue/you;/but this/paltry cent
    Rated: E · Writing · #1233829
    "Let me write un-noticed / as a shaft of winter wheat ... in the Central Kansas heat"
    Rated: ASR · Nature · #1233286
    "Yet golden-eyed in a dark blue dress, she squats in soft grass bereft." 12 lines rhyme.
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1142647
    A lament based on Surih 97 from the Qur'an. (Koran).
    Rated: E · Nature · #1099226
    Very vigorous vines vanguish ... a salute to the letter v.
    Rated: 13+ · Community · #1002349
    We are becoming a class stratified society. Not all of us are ab-fab. Sarcastic?
    Rated: ASR · Regional · #983014
    A fantasy of what stays and goes in Tornado Alley. Nature versus the follies on Man.
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