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Ashraful Musaddeq
Who is walking at orange-noon? Is a person, a living bonsai or a tiny moon putting on master color dress? Old sky is sending soft melodies A smoot...Rate it

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A Day To Enter Heaven
Jennifer Young
Innocent bystanders standing by Overlooking their life Making their final moments right Drinched in their own blood Waiting for it to dry Crying st...Rate it

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Before I Finally Enter Darkness
BEAU GOLDEN
Before I finally enter darkness I wish to be surrounded by friends All waving farewell and broadly smiling With Kisses and hugs eternally beguiling...Rate it

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Enter Patient
William Ernest Henley
The morning mists still haunt the stony street; The northern summer air is shrill and cold; And lo, the Hospital, grey, quiet, old, Where Life and ...Rate it

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Enter Spring
RomanoJohnson
Supernal tongues croon melodic verse As heated beams tame winter’s curse Receded white brings leas pristine With colored heads midst fields of gree...Rate it

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Enter the Dragon
James Cordery
Enter the Dragon. Its fiery breath to ashes will blacken and burn, suffocating the senses. Enter the Dragon. The belly of the Beast; where thought...Rate it

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Hail, Guest, And Enter Freely!
Robert Louis Stevenson
HAIL, guest, and enter freely! All you see Is, for your momentary visit, yours; and we Who welcome you are but the guests of God, And know not our...Rate it

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Let the Light Enter
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
"The dying words of Goethe." "Light! more light! the shadows deepen, And my life is ebbing low, Throw the windows widely open: Light! more ligh...Rate it

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