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Diana Bennett
Lost and confused living in this nightmare which I call my life, my world is crumbling one stone at a time. Just as I think this nightmare is endi...Rate it

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Songs of Stones
Norma Odenthal
Silent hearts like stones caressed by waters of love, kissed by a whisper of wind; ripples passing through reflections of our souls; Trees of Life...Rate it

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The Stones of Gosh
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now, here is a tale of the Glugs of Gosh, In the end of the year umteen; Of the Glugs of Gosh and their great King Splosh, And Tush, his virtuous ...Rate it

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A Mental Walk: For the throwers of Stones
Robert Andrews
Politely burbbled the tiny stream Not wishing to disturb the woods around whispering quiet ramblings, like ladies over cups of tea I took this in f...Rate it

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
A narrow girdle of rough stones and crags, A rude and natural causeway, interposed Between the water and a winding slope Of copse and thicket, l...Rate it

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Arrows And Stones Could Not Strike Samuel The Lamanite
John Hugo Cullen
The Nephites who believed the words spoken by Samuel the Lamanite, applied unto the prophet, Nephi, wanting baptism with all their might. They were...Rate it

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Believe In Stones
Wallace Dean LaBenne
If you believe in stones it makes for not a mite. If you let fly the stones it makes for a mean spite. If you believe in smiles it makes for not a ...Rate it

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Blowing stones
Matsuo Basho
Blowing stones along the road on Mount Asama, the autumn wind. Translated by Robert Hass Rate it

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Broken Bones And Heavy Stones By John De La Cruz
john delacruz
been falling into the wrong hole quick take me with you to the shore fish will glow and light an ocean tone lets wet our feet and run a long the co...Rate it

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Burial Stones
Frank James Prewett
The blue sky arches wide From hill to hill; The little grasses stand Upright and still. Only these stones to tell The deadly strife, The all-im...Rate it

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Looking at the grinding stones - Dohas (Couplets) I
Looking at the grinding stones, Kabir laments In the duel of wheels, nothing stays intact. searching for the wicked, met not a single one When ...Rate it

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No Stones Cast
Joanne Beebe
The old man rubs his hands together Above the barrels flame Trying to warm himself from the cold No home to claim... His body is covered with rags...Rate it

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Michael Darrell Walker
Funny how each walkabout strolls alone on a mission to procure parts for a device to clear water of toxins and you would suppose that being city wa...Rate it

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Skimming stones
William A Kofoed
Looking down I can see so many different possibilities wondering which I shall pick and with it then what I shall see smooth pink stone with pits ...Rate it

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Stepping Stones
Wallace Dean LaBenne
Transform stumbling blocks into stepping stones. Don't surrender hope until it's in your bones. Drill survival skills into the penchants earned. D...Rate it

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The Domestic Stones (fragment)
Jean Arp
(Translated from the French by David Gascoyne) The feet of morning the feet of noon and the feet of evening walk ceaselessly round pickled buttock...Rate it

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The Pavement Stones :A Song of the Unemployed
Henry Lawson
WHEN first I came to town, resolved To fight my way alone, No prouder foot than mine e’er trod Upon the pavement stone; But I am one in thousands, ...Rate it

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The Stones of Averogne
Quinn Massurian
The stones of prison walls are laid To chill you to the bone; But, none will chill you deeper than The stones of Averogne. “Abandon hope who enter...Rate it

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What is this stones
Philip Henry Savage
What is this stones unless some cry Shall echo back and give it life? 'T is not enough that it be rife With history, with history. Rate it

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