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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

The Dirtsider and the Delphine

It’s a quiet afternoon. Peaceful so far, no more fights. I’ve been staring here since noon, Seeing many kinds of lights Under many a grey moon, Just thinking through days and nights. Building whole worlds in silence, Putting breaths in ev...

by Charlene Delfin

added by charlenedelfin
1 day ago

Continuous chaos

Chaos has been champion these last 2 years Its been a whirlwind of power struggles, perverted ideologies and mind-blowing plot twists Our goverment has been a side show Its had us in its grip tossing us around Shaking our sense of reality Ev...

by Jennifer DeLong

added by norwegianrhinowitch
1 day ago

The intensity with which we shatter Those what’s-left-of-us shards that cut you deep Brokenness and jagged edges When prices paid with pieces feels too steep Only two things cause our own destruction We’re broken from without or from within The ...

by Jennifer DeLong

added by norwegianrhinowitch
1 day ago

Christmas Symbols

1. A Nativity Scene of Christ the Child, And born in a little Manger. Displayed for all to get to see, By friends and also strangers. 2. Nativities placed on mantles in homes, Small Christmas Bells that tinkle, And Christmas lights...

by Thomas Baird

added by trafficligh
1 day ago

Roads

You want to see the mountains, You want to see the lakes. To see all these and more, A road is what one takes.

by Thomas Baird

added by trafficligh
1 day ago

The Maple Leaf Flag

1. Canadians cheer your symbol so great, The Canada Maple Leaf Flag. An emblem displayed from east to west, The wonderful Maple Leaf Flag. 2. The Maple Leaf Flag spreads out like a Cross, Shines well and to God up above. Waving so...

by Thomas Baird

added by trafficligh
1 day ago

The Nightowl

caught inside the iron sway Proud mistress of the miles The cities pass and melt away As the rusty maiden smiles Her rhythm hums steel melodies Boston echoes in my mind Sing me lullabies of memories As home slips far behind

by Virginia German

added by anonymous
1 day ago

Soul Of The City

The glow of the city was calming sight For all of the love that's there in might When all for the looking was there to be The soul of the city that's there to see When all of your friends are joined as one And blessed by the sky that's sole to none

by Trevor McLeod

added by Poetbird
1 day ago

My Native Canada

1. Oh, Canada, oh, Canada, A land that I call home. A country blessed with oaks and pines, And maples as its dome. 2. The Northern Lights its crowning jewel, A land of Peace and love. To all who live in Canada, So blessed by ...

by Thomas Baird

added by trafficligh
1 day ago

Description of Rain

Dripping, dropping, never stopping. Crystal water white as snow.

by Thomas Baird

added by trafficligh
1 day ago

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