hardinchristina
Joined: Apr 2021

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hardinchristina   Junior Editor

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Submitted Poems 25 total

Tidal Moons

Wayword ties the heart to stone and slips into the sea. Worthy drowns in disregard. Tidal moons dislodge the weight and waters take control. Worthy, now, floats light but does not give way. Freedom lives in the breadth of every day.

by Christina Hardin

added by hardinchristina
5 hours ago

Waterfall.

The force of the fall – beauty, no bounds. Flying to rush without passion. There’s comfort in knowing that it’s lack of selection is a force to delude any discretion. It harbors not life or death, time nor future. It just is.

by Christina Hardin

added by hardinchristina
5 hours ago

The Untouched Generation

Reach as far as can be touched. Touch as far as can be seen. See as far as you will dare. To solve the unknown. Take what is given. Demand the future. They can or can be. Empathy is strength. Your mission is great. They lie in wait.

by Christina Hardin

added by hardinchristina
5 hours ago

Yes? Of Course.

His beauty is his own. He defines it - when and where he wants. If you are lucky, he will shine on you - when and where he wants. Love him, Leave him. He may bend, give-in and follow - when and where he wants. Don’t get too comfortab...

by Christina Hardin

added by hardinchristina
5 hours ago

The Legend of my Mom

She blew in the wind and challenged the moon. She sat with the sun and scattered the rain. She knew no time, no depth nor distance. Her face was in the beauty of flowers. Her thoughts became the trail of trees. Her love stirred the boundles...

by Christina Hardin

added by hardinchristina
5 hours ago

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