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The fiery spark of one's true love slowly fading away.

The moon glows in the night, beating love was on my mind, thinking of my light; For my love was fading through the air, like a paper that was torn, my love was fading away like a flame when it rains, my true love was fading away from me. She was...

by Jaylynne Hunt

added by anonymous
1 day ago

Stuck

We in this world ... rushing our youth....slowing down our aging..pondering our in betweens..experencing life’s ups and downs.. joy and tears.. losing people you love.. fearing you are next..clinging to that one last hurrah ..that fleeting glim...

by Janice

added by Gagirl731
1 day ago

Confused and Left to Tears

You can't see as it's raining and misty, Rain droplets colder than snow, Soggy landscape much paler than one, Lashes glistening in dew, And its summer;you're in a downfall, With frosting guilt, added to A swamp of drizzles and puzzles.

by Avonlea Crab Waters

added by anonymous
1 day ago

The D's

I was called 'Dramatic' Because I was 'Demonstrative', To the dip in our companionship. The harrowing experience with you And the willingness to stick together Is lost and the void, that was once with your Owner-Occupancy is Dishonoured, Crushe...

by Avonlea Crab Waters

added by anonymous
1 day ago

Freedom to fly

Her eye Had a sigh In the sky When a bird is on fly She thought When will i ?

by Anjali

added by anonymous
1 day ago

To My Passed Love

MY DROWSY SOUL FLIES INTO THE CLOUDS JUMPING FROM STAR TO STAR TO GRAB THESE METEORITES MAKING A WAY TO REACH MY LOVE WRAPPING THIS WHOLE WORLD WITH MY STARDUST TO SURPRISE MY DEAR WITH THE BRIGHTEST REALM WITHOUT THE SHADES OF DARK DEATH COMING...

by Navya karey

added by NavyaKarey1510
1 day ago

Day by Day

Day by day, It's time to slay, all your distraction play | Day by day, It's hard to stay, When I'm growing on my way| What to say When your goal is a mile away , Just go and pray each and everyday| Day by day There's always a way So you need t...

by Anjali

added by anonymous
1 day ago

Happy Anniversary

Happy Anniversary March 17,2021 25 years and still going strong Nobody thought we’d last this long, We’ve had our ups and we’ve had our downs Lots of smiles and our share of frowns. We’ve learned a lot in our time together In the sunshine and t...

by Daniel Bell

added by Daniel_bell68
1 day ago

poem #6

What tempted me to join the queue? It must be some great treat. Only delight could keep these souls Shuffling on blistered feet. I turned a corner hours ago, Quite perpendicular, But as I count the corners off I’ve tallied five so far. ...

by David Plantinga

added by DavidPlantinga
1 day ago

Roller Coasters

While riding on roller coasters that weren’t really there, Thoughts in my mind I just couldn’t share. They weren’t really secrets Or things you wouldn’t have got They just didn’t make it to my mouth Before they were forgot. Forgive me if I ramb...

by Daniel Bell

added by Daniel_bell68
1 day ago

Sunshine

In the distance, lightning flashes; Echoing, thunder clashes. From afar, there’s pouring rain; Oh darkness, filling my brain. Creeping thoughts keep flooding in. Often dark, but don’t know when. Then at last, you finally see; The sunshine, calmin...

by Daniel Bell

added by Daniel_bell68
1 day ago

Dolphins or Grim Reapers

Their blood flows in my veins. Their brains are part of me. Some say we're real villains. Vampires, monsters, faeries. These words don't give us pains, For they're what this name decrees. But we're dolphins in Greece. Pretty, pleasant, pe...

by Charlene Delfin

added by charlenedelfin
1 day ago

The Healing Tea

I won't write a news article. Because if I did, I would write Something very, very fickle, With not a single paper to cite, Merciless as a sharp sickle. It's the end of this pandemic. That's the one I would write. The one idea people seek....

by Charlene Delfin

added by charlenedelfin
1 day ago

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