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The Day I Felt My Harlem Feeling(s)!



The quick words of a tongue!
Can often be flipped, even spun to run among.
What?
You say;
A lie, horrid twist for those that lived in untruth with suckled nippling bliss.
Is it a curse?
One may never tell!
For they are so engrossed in another's victumless tail.
Rights to not out scur wrongs-nor the other way around.

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This poem is being written on the spot; in due coarse to my feelings at the moment. So I hope you all enjoy the the finished work.

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Written on August 15, 2021

Submitted by CrysIsALady82 on August 15, 2021

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Crystal Ford-Nelson

Hello; to all fellow poets my name is Crystal am 39 years old happily married. My home town, state is Camden Tennessee. I currently live in Fishkill New York. Yes a long way from home. The pursuant journey of poetry began after the passing of my late mother. As she herself was only 33, myself 10. During that timeframe afterwards (more so) than many was not in a good spot. Therefore in middle school an outlet came about. Therefore giving the opportunity to try a hand with short stories. Yet as time went by initially developed a love for mixing words, a touching texture. more…

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