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Eva's Song
— Inge Meldgaard
Hush, my child, time to sleep, Hush, my child, don’t you weep. I’m still here, my little love, I’m still here, my sweetest dove. Close your eyes now, ...
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Faeries (tanka)
— lauren_catherine
Beneath willow tree at dusk brings mirth and folk song winged silhouettes dance through the night and so on, close lilac lids and play pretend
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Born to fate
— GIDRAF MWANGI
They say when born to wealthy men, Born with a silver spoon! Mine is as much as born, With a hard wooden spoon! Moreover into the sea of poverty drown, ...
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Vow Of Silence
— John Jessup Kennan
Growing in their language labs Genetically-modified diction Popular parrots always lack The courage of conviction Religion is rehearsed in Latin Histor...
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Necessary Fade
— Tabitha J. Bryson
Such a heavy night stars are dripping tears dreams swept by a gust of wind stirring up any fears. I feel ghosts around the corner creeping ever so near...
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A Sabbath Morning In The Country.
— Thomas Frederick Young
'Tis morning, and the meadows yet, Are wet with gracious drops of dew. Each blade of grass, and flow'r, is set With sparkling gems of richest hue. The s...
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JB Love Philly
— Devin Agee
You know what babe, I live in the future too,  Not two steps back Two steps forward love,  Never living cold in the past. You live in the future a...
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Woman Scorned
— Maria Cecilia Willhelm
I stepped upon a nail encrusted with your lies. I crossed the tracks of endlessness with fury in my eyes. I walked upon hot coals which seared me with y...
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Think of the little children
— Leo Long
So many times we’ve decided, “Its time we split up!”, But then we find we just can’t give up. It’s not for each other; it’s for the children we care, On...
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Innocence
— Steven Babineau
The lovely scent of innocence, a love without pretense. The precious scent of innocence, a rose not withered, and spent. For petals pure, can not endure...
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Things To Be Learned
— musclepoetatsisnadotcom
They say that in life Each day brings things to be newly learned Today at age thirty, I found that to be true From none other than you Though you’re jus...
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A man may dream
— Phil Roberts
A man may dream of freedom Although it is but a dream, A man may dream of justice Though it’s running ‘gainst the stream; A man may hope for fair play A...
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Fear's Whispered Ingenuity
— Ian Sawicki
It was All Hallow's Eve; a scary time, bent-backed witches cackled paws into lives, magical night wraps up delicate rhyme while battered ghosts howl to ...
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Midnight and Slumber
— lauren_catherine
Midnight wraps its sleepy voice and sends me across oceanic dreams silently pulled by the invisible tide all is still and calm as though the sea is made...
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Ridiculous
— jasminehchristian
Her eyes are multifaceted like a butterfly's but every lens has a fracture It creates colors and she spins in her rainbow filled closet singing songs t...
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Love
— Charles Gordon Fawcett
Wide and narrow New old street Building breaking Bitter sweet Apart together All around Hearing heart A quiet sound Loving learning Faces free God-...
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A Visit From St. Nicholas.
— Clement Clarke Moore
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with c...
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Outline
— Harriet S Twinklenurf
Moo, moo, analyses are bad Bad bad bad, analyses are bad. Evil evil evil bad bad bad bad. Look at my poem it is bad bad bad. Bird poop on mom's pants is...
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A Song Of A Young Lady To Her Ancient Lover
— John Wilmot
Ancient Person, for whom I All the flattering youth defy, Long be it e'er thou grow old, Aching, shaking, crazy cold; But still continue as thou art, An...
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Now You See Them
— John Jessup Kennan
Within our neighborhoods, on our very streets, there are little voids, blanks in the atmosphere, negative spaces. You can see them, but you can't ...
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An impending young priest
— Mgbada chukwudi cletus
I looked into my new world with total changes I wore my loin, took my staff of office and moved, Ready to stand and face all my challenges, Stocked with...
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Lawrence, my son
— Lawrence H. Pfaff
A son is but a budding seedling which from the father tree it grows. Blooming, stretching, up and forth the only way he knows. This tender sprouting see...
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Adornment
— Lena Smith Carter
Gently place the veil to cover known features, Add the glimmers and the colors of lush and fragrant beaches. Embellish the natural forms surrounding Fo...
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Home
— Dee Edgett
Broken barn doors swing. Pigeons fleetingly take wing Scarecrows long torn to shreds Boards falling from lopsided sheds Window panes cracked and shatter...
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Teddy bear
— Justina Sviatodukhova
Teddy bear soft and fair, fair plush you’ve got… Let us make true friends forever: you and me, my teddy-bear, cause I care for you a lot! Teddy bear, n...
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