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Bobbi
Robin Loving
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Concrete And Steel...
Robert Catron
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"A Lonely Place"
Steven Parry
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That Empty Space
Robin Loving
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WE NEED TO BE BETTER
Napz
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Addiction
Meg Sjoberg
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Convenience Store
H. Russell Smith
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Crack Addicted Mother
Jade Browne
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Dad
Chanci N.
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Dirty Realism
Joe Strickland
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Faded Life
Abinash Parajuli
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Forgetting Me (TW for mention of su!c!de)
Gracie Miller
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Holding On in the Storm. (Part I)
Richard Scorpio
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I love you dearly.
A J C
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Incidents in the life of my Uncle Arly
Edward Lear
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irritation
Mariska
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Is she really here? (Part II)
Richard Scorpio
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Life
Joshua D Mcgatha
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Longhand
Charlene Delfin
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Migraine
Christopher A. Facemire
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Mind Is A Warzone
M. Wilson
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My Truth
Aaron Langer
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PTSD Warriors
Geni Kelepouris
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PTSD Warriors
Geni Kelepouris
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RESCUED
mad hippie poet
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