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Even unseen, he touched my sight
Burning his image on the eyes,
Spooling orbs that scribe between
Recording sounds & visions at the
Moment when a history between
The future “us” would digitize,
Before we could get far beyond
That nano spark, in theory
(Our equivalent of The Big Bang),
It’s when I knew
I’d been shot through a nebula,
And was so giddy scared
Screaming the whole time,
And all around me
Space was stretched although
I couldn’t tell
So soon from those first minutes
As I accelerated,
While everything had pulled away
And fell behind
In just those first few minutes...
A Dali-like clock of distort,
Its ticking arms cross over
The numbers melting on its face.
An animated ceiling light
Upon his skin
Makes fuzzy halos on the edge.
Even unspoken, my ears resonate
Wordless with his rhapsody,
Rapid breathing synchronized with
Desperate whimpers,
Abridged by a throaty laugh.
Even without touch, every cell
Of my body, had begun to
Mutate into a whole other
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The Time Has Come
I agonize and dream I use my claws  
To rake them down your spine & ride you slow  
The humid slick is running down the walls  
The night is thick with nowhere else to go  
To rake them down your spine & ride you slow  
As lightning shakes the thunder from the sky  
The night is thick with nowhere else to go  
Each tremor taking us before they die  
As lightning shakes the thunder from the sky  
Denying us the rain that comes alone  
Each tremor taking us before they die  
That soon will bring a deluge of our own  
Denying us the rain that comes alone  
While lovers steal the moment from within  
That soon will bring a deluge of our own  
And join ecstatically our naked sin  
While lovers steal the moment from within  
A salty tidal surge from evening's heat  
And join ecstatically our naked sin  
Until our passion wanes in slow retreat  
A salty tidal surge from evening's heat  
:iconjade-pandora:Jade-Pandora 6 3
Old Pharoah Blues
On slope of Appalachian clime
A widow swept her porch of grime,
The bristle whisk of parchment sweep
Would start to slow as she would weep.
When suddenly a ghost appeared,
Egyptian dress and braided beard.
The woman held her broomstick tight
As if preparing for a fight:
"It's you again, Old Pharaoh, dark
Why do you, widow maker, stalk.
Is it to brand me with your mark
So angels know me by my walk?"

Old Pharaoh nodded thoughtfully
And raised a hand as if to speak.
The widow waited patiently
But all she heard was branches creak.
"Be gone from here, Old Pharaoh, haunt
Why do you never say a word?
You come and go as if to taunt,
It's not befittin', it's absurd."

Old Pharaoh crossed his legs midair
And smoked a pipe that wasn't there.
She swung the broom & brought it down,
It passed right through his vulture's crown.
"If you're not here to marry me
Or bring a beau that can be wed,
Let's stop pretending, and agree
There's nothing more left to be said!"

The widow huffed w
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We've all seen when science steps in;
It's anything goes with that lot,
There's no honor for tradition.
It's all talk about extinction
Replaced by new order, new world
Everything shiny clean and new
And supposedly much better.
When did we start to think of how
There wasn't enough to explore,
To keep our hands and minds busy,
To question everything of ours
And think that we could improve "it"?
On the contrary, "it" can't wait
To abandon the idea,
And never bothers to ask me
As most times it knows I agree.
Why should we care?  I know I don't,
Driving with the sun in my eyes.
When I utter its name aloud
The single syllable thunders,
And I'm put right back in my place.
It's mine, you know, and so is yours.
I'll never plan to sell it out,
Nor put it on a bucket list
And see it naked 'neath a lens
To have it dissected again.
It's the only one of its kind,
The best thing that was given me
That jump started my chance at life.
I forget sometimes, once or twice,
But not whenever this is rea
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Who's this Lilith, the abort-er    
Eating fetus, drawn & quartered    
In her drama's world arena.    
Bring the next match, seraphima.    
Must be three's a lucky number    
That she dreams if e'er she slumber.    
There's no catch, she's so disarming;    
War of III will soon be starting.    
Hostess Lil' throws quite the bash!    
Stock markets round the world will crash.    
Computer files will ransom cash.    
The way we've learned to live & play    
Will have us want for yesterday.    
There won't be need for troops with guns,    
Or bombs to drop from which we run.    
Let's just pretend we never heard    
Of climate change & Donald Turd,    
Of Vladimir & news that's fake,    
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Dear Kindred Writer
Perfection means there's nowhere else to go,
And if you think you've reached its lofty ranks
You'll need to daily prove as time will show.
Within our minds we hear a different song,
I'll want to dance a heady waltz with you
And twirl you off the page we stand upon.
Embrace a spell or faith, destroy a curse;
A poet writes to die and live again,
This process brought about within a verse.
It all depends on how you will express,
To be an epoch tale or senryu;
Be sure to use the form that says it best.
This humble sage to share my kindred side,
With thanks I here conclude in cordial bow
Your pen's salute & love with ink supply xo
:iconjade-pandora:Jade-Pandora 14 8
Nursery II
Do not break the cell from within
Of wing'd soul that floats the lab'rinth
Tending deepest niches sightless
In its world of total darkness
Of impending writhing epic
In the wards of deep pandemic
Life with tender strike & purging
From its flight, this like, this surgeon
To the parasites no quarter
By this epidemic thwart'r
Cosmos flares of ash in shatters
Second coming rise dark matter
The cure behind the anal sun
Forgiveness of the Ancient One
If not too late to resurrect
In nest of birthing stars reflect
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A dreary dusk has settled on my mind
The rain falls softly on my window pane,
As rain comes down upon my lonely heart
With thoughts of him like raindrops' coldest stain.
Why does the heart insist on this behest,
A weight that cannot test my agony
That cannot mend the gap we both endure
That will not give the answer in our need.
And so it goes throughout the gentle night
While I in mourning set aside my rest.
The drone of showers robs me of my peace
For keeping vigil in my tender quest.
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Behind a Pale Moon
Behind a pale moon is where I reside
The sight of my home of where I was born
And where I once lived is now a blue sea
That's floating afar where I'll never be
Now that I'm away but maybe one day
I'll toss down a line I wove with my hands
That's made of moon grass to wait for a tug
And reel in the catch I hope will be you
I see in the net all shiny and new
Or throw you right back so stay if you will
The stars in our wake to pull in a haul
The catch of the day I'll share it with you
Eat moon fish with me then sleep as the night
Glows deep from the *Way's soft light in the dark
We'll be like moon worms that curl up to kiss
And orbit through space behind a pale moon
*Way's = Milky Way
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Endless Rain
There's either too much
or not enough in my world
of second guessing
In other worlds
sharing this planet
you perish either way
The rain comes
without one's permission
but stays when invited

As a child
I collected rain at the beach
as if in a game
When it hid from me
in its taunting
pretending to be the sea
The heart of knowing rain
shows where our faith belongs
without question

I always hear the rain & wind
Both, with sun & moon
Since the drought was quelled
Rain lives within myself
a part of me since birth
But peace?

I wonder
when next it will fall
always in doubt
I pray for eternal rain
that I've never seen
when I arrive in eternity
:iconjade-pandora:Jade-Pandora 5 4
A Perfect Gentleman
It wasn't anything I thought would be
The first time that we met
When Spring caressed the blooms & budding tree,
When I felt so alive, and yet
The way it was as he came down the street,
I held my beating breath,
The jacaranda petals 'neath my feet
Foretold a distant time, of death.
'Twas when he stepped before me, it was plain.
He took me by surprise,
But not just with a waist coat, gloves & cane;
Was that a smile behind those eyes?
A subtle manner equal to its bliss
That took my hand in flight.
His lips, to bow, to meet it with a kiss
And sudden brought the callous night.
Who's whispers of his voice became a roar
Within my startled head,
That dominated ev'rywhere it tore;
'Twas like the devil, from the dead.
And deepest depths he took me 'low my will,
To breach my ev'ry ban
That woke me where I endless slept, and still
He was a perfect gentleman.
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Sweet Tea
When lonesome home I have a cup of tea,
A gentle steaming cup to put me right.
I hear the mantle ticking of the clock
And watch Venetian sunrise' morning light.
The crack of day is empty in my hands
While warmth of vessel cradles tenderly.
I think of nothing in these vacant notes,
And then I see him peeking in on me.
I know he's far away at work in thought;
Perhaps still tending his own cup of sweet,
Or pouring tannic acid from an urn
And touches lips to rim to think of me.
I live these times for when we phantom meet,
When morning wraps us in a gentle sweep.
A moment from when life begins to rise
While lovers sip from cups of amber steeped.
Venetian = blinds
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The clouds flow brazen with the wind of sighs
To constant seek the one who calls for them
By names that last beyond their perishing
And leaves their seasons scented with the earth
While far below the life of air-bound song
I stand before the dawn with covered eyes
To open mouth to imitate her creed
In hopes the goddess of the morning rise
Will cast upon, assuage this subject, bowed
And give me peace that she will soon return.
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It doesn't matter what the hell I think,
To touch you while I'm breathing down your neck.
It doesn't matter if you want to strut,
You know you love it and I don't forget.
Approaching you is walking razor's edge,
The times we don't connect are pretty rare.
'Cause taking you at once is on my mind,
And when you sulk I'm Johnny on the spot.
I know when you think I'm not watching you,
The way you stroke your mane before the mirror.
I pull out all my toys that buzz & twitch
And come up from behind to show you which.
You turn to face me and you take your pick,
As if regarding bouquets that I hold.
The brazen in you turns me inside-out,
Delighting me with playthings of your own.
:iconjade-pandora:Jade-Pandora 5 2
A Night of Lists
A tattered boa 'round a prostitute,
A record broken at a carousel.
The evening falls the way he has for her,
Has he a hope or half a chance I sing.
Modigliani hangs upon the walls,
For premier exhibition V.I.P.'s
While sipping champagne viewing gallery,
And nibbling bits of pâté on a stick.
Collecting all the drinks they left behind,
I watch a waiter pour them in a bowl,
To add sangria, ice and grenadine
And serve in Dixie Cups to us who wait.
I pass on mixing as I brows hors d'oeuvre
I pick up each to slowly give a sniff.
The hostess joins me with a parasol,
Her make-up runs & drips into the punch.
The party's getting old, it starts to rain,
My fishnet stockings start the salmon run.
I invite everyone back to my place,
We do a conga line right up the steps.
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To be most anywhere
The afternoon is warm
Swirling clouds of bees swarm
With balm of breezes' care
Before a summer storm
The trees lean into harm
Yet as for this my fate
The hush of breeze is naught
And I shall soon be caught
And stillness cold's berate
The strobe of gasping stark
From time of day grown dark
A darkness of myself
Within a crevice deep
Where heaven cannot reach
To wear the scent of you
Embedded in my sleep
And never lets me weep
Forbidden in this need
Exacting to a fault
Despite the rub of salt
In planting of the seed
To undo slumber's halt
To break free of its vault
And sounds of tidal breath
In mind the ebb and flow
To make me let it go
While hovered over death
The tapered ghosted psalm
That travels to my soul
Without the bless of grace
To pool in open palm
The blood from lover's kiss
That makes a heart to race
Awaits for your return
For nothing more than this.
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I tellz you a storie:
Thar wunce waz a Tyrannosaurus. He says Rawr. Then he eetz you.
The end.
but its ok cuas hes nise.
is hapie storie
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After some deliberation and very close following, now I would like to announce the clear winners of :iconmagicaljoey:'s Anthology Contest II, MagicalJoey's Anthology Contest II - Winners

First Place
PatchworkLynx :iconPatchworkLynx:
toxicology // anthology

Other works from their gallery:

Second Place 

inkedacrylic :iconinkedacrylic:
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Wut up my wonderful members! I thought I'd change things up a bit and feature even more deviations since we only do it every month now :D Do you like how features are now? Tell me what you think in the comments! Now than, let's see this months features! :la:


I hope you liked reading this, and again, thank you all so much for being a part of Xx-Book-Worms-xX! :D
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NaPoWriMo 2017: Prizes!
Hello Everyone! :wave:
As promised, those who completed all 30 days will receive some prizes!
First, a group feature:





And I will send some points out to everyone as well.
Thanks for making this another successful National Poetry Writing Month!
Keep Writing,
vvlpes :heart:
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Hello everyone! It's Medoriko again with the FINAL Best Of feature for NaPo 2017. I wanted to do an overall "Best of" instead of just for week 4, so expect some pieces from all weeks to be in this feature. I want to thank everyone who participated in this years NaPo, this group wouldn't thrive without you guys. I've had such a great time running this group for however many years it's been now, and I hope we can keep this going for many more to come. :love:  Oh! One last thing: because I wanted to have a larger feature than usual, some people have more than one poem below or if a previously featured poem is back again(That means I loved it that much). So it isn't by accident if you pop up a few times! But enough about that, onward to the feature!!
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MagicalJoey's Anthology Contest II
Why hello there you lovely person. Yes, you! No, not the madly waving person behind you...just you. You have arrived at a very nice place. While we have no unicorns, candy or coffee, we do have a contest! That's right, you've arrived at:

While the idea isn't entirely an original one, last year I decided that I wanted to host a poetry contest that promotes the writing of poetry. And what better way to do so than by holding an Anthology Contest - I am an aspiring poet who aims to publish an anthology one day, and I am sure that there are many more like me - where you have to write poetry that is specific, packs an impact and is anthology 'worthy'. Thus, MagicalJoey's Anthology Contest was born. It runs concurrently with NaPoWriMo ( NaPoWriMo ) so you can get your write on in April and polish and submit in May - or just do what I do and write/submit from gut feeling/creativity.
What This Is (About The Contest)
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Hi, Nemo, guess who! I managed my way through the archaic-speak, and the length of this piece, and have come out the other side with an appreciation of your obvious efforts, and also am left, as a reader, with several issues to suggest edits for: The first thing I found myself doing right off as I b...

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  • Listening to: The heater as rain approaches.
  • Reading: What I just typed haha.
  • Watching: The typed letters appear!
  • Playing: Mind games with myself cause I can.
  • Eating: Haas avocado on toast #yummy!
  • Drinking: Crystal Geyser

Greetings to All.  It's been a while due to the past 9-10 months were difficult for me, making it hard to stay on track with my writing.  But now that springtime and the WriMo are once again upon us (and sort of feeling the effects of both) I feel the anticipation of this annual month-long challenge that I've been participating in for years.  And whether you have or haven't done so before, I suggest no matter how difficult you might think it is, either by dwelling on how writing 30 poems in 30 days is daunting (pish! piece of cake!), and/or you think you've got too much going on in your life (why you haven't lived till you've succeeded in your first (or fifth) time finishing the WriMo!), just try it.  You've nothing to lose 'cause if you don't make it at least you tried and that's the main thing.  And don't think it's a weight around you, just enjoy the attempt - have some fun with it! 

Now that I've shaken my pom-poms to rally some enthusiasm, and to let you know I'm still kickin' with the pen, go visit the NaPoWriMo group and read up on the process. 

Sending my best to All, and hope to hear from you right here on this journal.  Love, Jadey

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Temple of Isis, by Jade Pandora & Elan Hickler

The Flood - Katie Melua

Dois Irmaos - Como Vou Fazer - (Remix)

E Chiove - Andrea Bocelli

"Good reviews are bad for poets..."

"They tend to confirm one in one's own conceit -- unless they praise what you yourself don't like. Also, they make you self-conscious about your virtues -- just as when you praise a child for some natural charm. Also, they create an underground opposition: applause is the beginning of abuse. Also, they deprive you of your own anarchic liberties -- by electing you into the government. Also, they separate you from your devil, which hates being observed and only works happily incognito."

--from Ted Hughes to Anne Sexton, 1967

Jade's "S" Karuta card by moyanII

Loy Kratong - Thai Lantern festival by foureyes

I wrote a Tanka for Bernie when I saw one of his wonderful photographs from his Singapore set - I told him that it came to me like silk flowing over closed eyes:

Loy Kratong - Thai Lantern festival by foureyes
heavenly spirits
launching new stars
to join
the Milky Way arc
of dazzling lights

Review Competition 1.25.13


Hi, hon! As part of PoetryOD's Review Competition, I'm going to be reviewing you--as an artist--here in the comments!

"Jade-Pandora is a true haijin master with a flair for mixing the sensuality of an intimate relationship with the subtle romance of unbridled, untamed nature. The amount of imagery begot from just three lines is enough to keep readers enchanted. With a keen eye for detail and creative phrasing, Jade-Pandora's gallery is sure to keep you coming back for more!"


a poem written for & given to me by my lovely friend literary-love ...


you dance
with the abandon
of a gypsy,

your words
the golden bells
which knell
an invitation.

the bangles
on your wrists
jingle and ring,
jingle and sing
a resounding hymn,
one that draws my feet
to yours,

teaching me to dance
with the abandon
of a gypsy.


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Happy late Birthday! Hope it was a good one! :D
MensjeDeZeemeermin Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017
A life lived with width, breadth, and above all else, depth is the best kind of life, and you have lived another year of such a life.  Take pride in the undeniable achievement of a worthwhile voyage of discovery through time.  May glory and grandeur not be vicarious experiences, may you plumb the depths and find knowledge, beauty and treasure, may your dreams not elude you and may flashes of inspiration and insight linger to enrich your own days and dreams, and the lives of others.  A very happy birthday to you, and you will not be alone in celebrating the happy miracle of your existence.
oviedomedina Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017
Happy birthday Jade!
Annaivri Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday! :party:
LadyLincoln Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday, darling. Sending love :heart:
Jasperinity Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017
Happy birthday! :D
PennedinWhite Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Have a darling Birthday, dearest! :heart: I hope your day is fantastic!
slenderblade Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017
sending love, tea and hugs, birthday girl :heart: :tea: :huggle:
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