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  February 2022     4 months ago

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Wind Compass

When will the wind change? What is the mind of my compass?
I've walked endless miles and believed for centuries
Where is it I am supposed to be?
Smoldering desires ashed over time
Became unsure to really know who I am and what's mine.
The evil...

by Alisha Merritt Williams

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Wind Compass

When will the wind change? What is the mind of my compass?
I've walked endless miles and believed for centuries
Where is it I am supposed to be?
Smoldering desires ashed over time
Became unsure to really know who I am and what's mine.
The evil...

by Alisha Merritt Williams

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Wind Change

When will the wind change? What is the mind of my compass?
I've walked endless miles and believed for centuries
Where is it I am supposed to be?
Smoldering desires ashed over time
Became unsure to really know who I am and what's mine.
The evil...

by Alisha Merritt Williams

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Came and Gone

A long and lost biological mother
Have not known it would have ended quickly
A longing wish left numb then sickly.
Looking high and looking below in hopes of joy
With sorrow not knowing you were a girl or boy.
Heart beat then two
Came and went...

by Alisha Merritt Williams

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