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No One Saw Symptoms
Ehsan Sehgal
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The Chase
Dennis Wayne Clarke
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An Angels touch
Christine Terrell
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Angel of Abyss
Aurora Gilbert
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Friday Is Only For Me
Nurul Hoque
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God Breaks the Chains (Sestina Poetry)
Marieta Maglas
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Life
Amanda Charnock
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looking through the glass
Lindsey Nickoli
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My True-Love Hath My Heart
Sir Philip Sidney
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Ode X: To Thomas Edwards, Esquire: On The Late Edition Of Mr. Pope's Work
Mark Akenside
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The Master's Touch
Brian Duffin
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The Only One Who Ever Loved Me
Sarah Rayan
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Three... (Extended)
Darshan Jay Mistry
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Volition
Dave Collins
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I do what I want
Brenden Pettingill
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Solitude
John Henry Newman
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A good soul
Ashywini Sathis Kumar
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Adrift
BKB
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An Easter Hymn
John Charles McNeill
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Cast Out Fear, Live In Love
Melita Catalina Warren
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Dublinesque
Philip Larkin
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Hymn 50
Isaac Watts
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Patience
Edith Wharton
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The Moving Finger
Karl Constantine FOLKES
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The Walk
Friedrich Schiller
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