List of poems by Joseph Mark Ippolito 25 total

A Buddha on the breeze 119 Views
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A Company of Fiends
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A devotion to my wife Aki and my son Daniel
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A Repentance 79 Views
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Address to a mother fucker 106 Views
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Fallen tree took Jack’s daw
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For the missing and gone
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In heaven there’s piannas
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Karma
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Life, Love and Truth
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Like a star, booming in the sky
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No peace
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OCD, Tourette's and Asperger Syndrome as a rap
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OCD, Tourette's and Asperger Syndrome as a rap
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Only time
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Penitent
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Raptured
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River regardless
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Sandwood Bay
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The cursed flea
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The droonin’ o’ timorous Tam
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The Grim Reaper 310 Views
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The Rymor and I
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The Rymor and I...
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This mystery 363 Views
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