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A Grecian Groove

Scenic ship slot. Carefully crossing the confining Corinth Canal. Smooth cruise through a Grecian groove. ~ an EWK alliteration Poe’em   ©2016 EWK // Reference information: The Corinth Canal; located in Greece, was completed in 1893. It cuts through the

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A Verse Set in Stone

Alluring Architecture Bouldered Bastion Crenelated Castle Dulcet Daybreak Ensconced Eminence Flagged Finials Guarded Gorge Historic Heraldry Intimately Intriguing Jutting Juxtapositions Kingly Knoll Legendary Landscape Monumental Mystique Nostalgic Nobility Obsolete Obstacle Pinnacled Parapets Quaint Quirkiness Rusticated Ramparts Steepled Spires Timeless Towers

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A Tilted Tower

Picturesque Pisa Scenic cylinder Legendary lean Classic colonnade A tilted tower. ~ an EWK 5×5 Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (5 verses of 5 syllabic beats) (inspired by a love of history)

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Bon Voyage

Royal blue Foamy sea Rudder’s wake Current churns Waves repose Buoyant trust Crested caps Lapis depths Bon voyage’ ~ an EWK Tricubic Poe’em   ©2016 EWK (a Tricube poem has 3 syllables per verse, 3 verses per stanza, and 3 stanzas in

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Horizontal Gravity

        We lean this way And that         as counterweights                                      aligned guiding our paths           along.         aside                           Hands holding on                                    

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Double Yellow Line – a Haiku Poem

Oncoming traffic Opposing destinations ====  Double yellow line  ==== ~ an EWK Haiku Poe’em    ©2016 EWK (inspired by a drive, on the right side)

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