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Elusive Hope
Joe Strickland
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Kubla Khan
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Sometimes
Danesha “NESH” Robinson
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"Awakened Reverie: Embracing Life's Journey"
Mawphniang Napoleon
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After Sunset
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
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Alone
Pamelia Sarah Vining
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An Encounter
Judith Low
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Aphrodite
George William Russell
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Blinded By The Light
eliseo guerrero cervantes
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Divine Compassion
Donka Kristeva
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Epilogue
Alfred Noyes
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Featured
Mary Flanagan
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Grace And Love
George Meredith
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Great Are The Myths
Walt Whitman
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Home
John Le Gay Brereton
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In Prison
Clive Staples Lewis
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Interlude: The Hearth And The Window
Christopher John Brennan
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It is a darkness
Susan Fiddy
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Lemnos Revisited
Leon Gellert
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Lullaby
Dorothy Parker
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Memories
Rakhi Singh
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Mother
Hakikur Rahman
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Nuit
Mathilde Blind
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One Last Kiss
NDL II
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Psalms
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
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