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Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: lost love, love, sympathy

Stained Love

Emotional me
is out from my verbose head
like a winter flower with
petals, so much like
hankies of a sleepless god,
to wave in such elegance
my charm over you,
again and again, ‘til your
smile, left to death by the strides
of your rococo
lover, is awakened and
becomes my choka poem

Poem Details | by iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death

Nothing Happened Here

Windowless space screams
Feet spasm in betrayal
It's too late to change his fate
                                Chair pushed to the side
                                Life tossed away in the trash
                                If only the rope could talk...                   

for Rick's Contest "A Chair On A Shadowy Room"

Poem Details | by Line Gauthier |
Categories: abuse, appreciation, betrayal, corruption, grief,


ghastly gluttony 
one of seven deadly sins
with appalling good reasons

such self disrespect 
abusing one's own body
that wonderful mechanism

no remorse no thought
millions starving and dying
balancing haves and have nots

submitted on October 22, 2018, for contest ONE OF THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS sponsored by EDWARD IBEH  -  RANKED 1ST

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: death, fear,


They couldn't kill their friends
to gain life and freedom,
watching blood gush made them faint...
throwing away swords
got them slaughtered as traitors!
Defeat fear or die;
in this arena, death breathes...
afraid of lions?
Make the gladiator's choice!

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: death, grief, loss,


My heart brims with tears, for those that are dead and gone, beneath the dried up flowers, deep within the ground. A tangled tree is their shade, listen to the robin's call! __________________ April 22, 2014 Choka For the contest, Any Poem Goes Sponsor, PD First Place

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animals, death, life, loss

Missing One Dog

Where did the dogness(soul) go?
Nowhere subtract one dog
Memories remain
Bad dreams whimpering
Restless sleep~"Rocky, wake up."
Asleep rest in peace

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: adventure, death, history, war,

Gladiator Wins

Strong, gladiator,
Thine blade is sharp also swift.
Thou fight for honor, glory.
For thine, love of heart.
Back and forth thee thrusts are keen.
Ye stand so bravely with brass.
Await opponents.
Scarcely; they approach, knowing,
Their fate of death from thine sword,
Though they know, quickly,
Thy; shall place your victory.
Among the past forces, well,
Their souls shall raise high,
By next arenas battle,
Another blazes thine sword.

written for
Sponsor Amy Green 
Contest Name Choka for a Chokehold  

Poem Details | by chipepo lwele |
Categories: loss, sympathy,


Rampant vandalism looming
Threatening important developments
Hampering the progress of viable projects
Disheartening to find complete structures
Badly damaged and materials stolen
To replace vandalised materials is proven
Difficult and waste of resources
Now which lesson can vandals be taught
Why must vandals be so?

chipepo lwele

Poem Details | by Franco Gonza |
Categories: bereavement, father daughter,

Her Chair

hush now my daughter
let lamplights crown your damp hair
waiting for beaded prayers
to bathe teary sky 
empty Mom's chair rocks no more…
heaven sails with her pearled lips

Choka Me, Dr. Ram Mehta

Poem Details | by chipepo lwele |
Categories: grief, gender, violence,


Gender Based Violence [GBV]
There is more suffering
Hide not rape, child defilement, spouse battering__
Mental torture and verbal abuse
You must seek peace, love,forgiveness and justice
Then you will be drawn away from cruelty
No need for deadly tit-for-tat attacks:
Legistrators need to strenghen laws
No need for immunity from prosecution
Investigators must examine gathered evidence
Perpetraitors should face the wrath of the judiciary
Why not stop gender based violence?

chipepo lwele
Dedicated to Gender Based Violence Activists

Poem Details | by Raul Moreno |
Categories: animals, death,

Empty Echoes

Music is silenced,
The only thing that remains,
Is an empty cage.

And memorable chirps,
Reverberating the room:
Echoes of his life.

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: death, life, time, war,

A Battle Begins

With promise of death clad in amour of respect in proud strides I reach the dust in distant shadow through the stadium doorway my wife silently engulfed ______________________________ Amy's Choka Contest

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, deep,

summer afternoon

summer afternoon palest blue sky dotted white... a thunderstorm ripped by screams policeman lies pale scarlet blood saturates shirt... tear stains upon children's clothes twenty years have passed memories lie buried deep... news report opens sutures
Written: July 22, 2016 Inspired by contest..

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: death,

Autumn Colors

Rusty, ornate gate Burnt orange and burgundy Twirling, swirling and dancing Wet leaves kissing stone On the long road they crunch loud A red rose left in fall ________________________ August 17, 2012 Poetry/Choka/Autumn Colors Copyright Protected, ID 12-414-158 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym. Contest - Autumn Fall Colors contest Sponsor, Russell Sivey First Place ___________________________ Featured Poem - Week of May 4 - 10, 2015

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: death, life, loss

In Ironic Drape, Ropes Hang

hard against the wall
the seat of death finally rests
in ironic drape, ropes hang
wicker basket waits
a twist, a turn, beheaded
mans inhumanity dealt

Poem Details | by nathan martin |
Categories: funeral,

the barley wire octopus

   derelict gypsies in the shade 
speak with crows across the way.

through the barley field and the corn 
spread the tenacles that were forlorned.

telephone wires that have no shape
stretching out so none escape.

some said that it was the cross,
some followed the lines and were lost.


Poem Details | by Joseph Osita |
Categories: death

Angle Of Witches

Angle of witches
Doom for passerby mortals
An orb signals their present
In a darkened end
He with a spiritual sight
Can watch them butcher their prey

Inspired by a horror movie

Poem Details | by Edward Orozco |

I walked with death

     She hoovers about
   For her soul pourpose she is
     As we must all walk by her

     For it is written
   And I took a walk with her
     My rhyme made her smile

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: death, faith,

Awaiting Eternal Life

sun’s bright light descends reviving a darkened Earth flowers bask outside her home angels come today her body lies still in bed the transition has been made palms wave in the breeze goodbye to a gentle soul who enters eternal life blooms droop in dismay knowing she will not be found only in heaven she reigns

Poem Details | by Charles Sides |
Categories: death, history, me, me,

Thumbs Up second version

My name is Gundar
Bey School of Gladiators
Trained me for the arena
I chose my weapon
I picked the net and triton
Best, as I’m agile and fast
Tomorrow I fight
I live without any friends
Never know who I must kill
They serve me a feast
The women will come tonight
They try to make me happy
No desire to fight
Either I fight or I die
Can I out last the others?
It makes no matter
If I’m the last one standing
The lions will still be waiting
A thumb’s down and I die
As they unleash the Lions
Thumbs up, fight another day

Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: adventure, death, fantasy,

Gladiator's Lament

I’m sorry my friend. It all has to end right here. I must plunge my sword. The emperor’s thumb with his decision points down. He will not spare you. You are on the ground. My sword’s pointed at your heart. I shall move quickly.

Poem Details | by Abdul Malik |
Categories: death,

Death any time

Death is life's greatest
Mystery! Not God, not soul,
Neither the heaven nor hell,
Or laws of nature;
The absolute, certain truth --
You are bound to end up dead!

~For Dr. Ram Mehta's 'Choka Me' contest
~Form: 5,7,7,5,7,7.

Poem Details | by Bernard Chan |
Categories: addiction, day, future, memory, nature, nostalgia, time,

Death Of Days

                                           from the death of days
                                        I’ll scavenge few memories
                                       welcome amnesia’s embrace
                                             too long have I fed
                                       on yesterday’s rank carcass
                                          gorging its opiate flesh
                                           now the past is bones
                                       and this vulture of lost time
                                          circles in tomorrow’s sky

Poem Details | by jun-jun villanueva |
Categories: death, inspirational, life, love

Birth and Death


       Nestled with shadow
              Sitting, humming lullaby
                         Enthusiastic soul - fed
                                 World's new life awaits
                         Quenching the thirst with his blood
                                Yesterday - Life's sacrificed.


Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: confusion, death, health, history, life, mystery, social,

Moon Effects

Before thru after
Deaths by three always follow
Crazy antics from the sick
These terribly true
Proven by natural ways
One act of full moons displays.

Full moons way depletes.
Taking human energy,
Whacking hormonal balance,
Both female and male,
Both differently but same
Each one resides in the game.

Full moon affects plants.
Without it, would not have chance.
To sprout, live another day,
Mother Nature’s plan,
Gods full natural design.
Beautiful cycles complete.

Date Written

written for
Sponsor Russell Sivey 
Contest Name What Happens During A Full Moon? 

written by
Cecil Hickman