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B.Mathislange 1956 (Essex) I'm one of 12 children raised on a 15 acre farm in a small town in Maryland. Lived all over the United States even Hawaii and settled in California. I was the first female forklift operator for American Honda when they were located in the city of Gardena. I changed the work place opening many doors once closed to the women working there.My mother was a writer as well. I've been a member since2008 with poetry.com and reopened membership with Stands4 Network in 2023

  July 2023     3 months ago

Submitted Poems 21 total

Have To Leave You

If asked to move an Ocean
I'd move it just one inch
If asked to move a mountain
That too would be one inch
But if asked to move you
I wouldn't move you at all
Because that would leave
A big hole in my heart
So I'd have to leave you
Right...

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Her Love For a Tree

She sat upon the bench that once was an old Maple tree
After school she couldn't wait to get home just so she could be
Upon that tire swing, that hung from its branch she loved with all her heart
Of all the memories she cherished that tree played...

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Freeing Oneself

The endless preparation to fool proof their game
While manipulating kindness, without any shame
He's twisted your words and covered his tracks
As relatives and friends slowly turn their backs
You decide to hear this mans story
The bumps and...

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Final Conclusion

My obsession to make the world a better place. was to open the door's of understanding
To the possibility of alternative thinking by depleating the walls of ignorance still standing
So many are cemented in false truths they ridicule my findings...

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Aurora's Poem

You have a hole in your heart as big as the sky
From lack of understanding to know the reason why
You still feel my presence and hear my voice in your mind
You’re looking for me everywhere and still you cannot find.
Stop looking where I use to...

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Voted Poems 21 total

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So cleaverly structured . Truth respectfully unfaltered. And it had the entire world by the eyes to see what was said of their god. And my lovely Einstein need no further review of why I chose your poem. I loved it. 

3 months ago

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You can bring that smile no matter how tattered and silenced it has become. You are many many levels of a peace from (as i have told you in the past) an unpopable bubble of constant rescue. You mean so much to so many on this sight . .This gift is so powerful you conceal and distribute it so evenly. Our very own ...D'Artagnan 

6 months ago

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Thank you so much .I shall wear your words as my armour and embrace your fire deep in my heart forever

6 months ago

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Such a poet you are. A rare pleasure to read such purpose.

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You nailed it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! What a good time I had reading your/mine, sing/dance along radio smorgisborge days of old. Good poem to read to burn off those Holiday extras. Got me dancin!

6 months ago

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sickles lol

9 months ago

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oops....Syckle's not cycles

9 months ago

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I've swung a few cycles in my day. You have captured this medifore precisely.

9 months ago

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Just listened to your song version. WOW a big smile to you my friend. I'm actually singin parts of it in my head. That's a catchy tune. Good work .

9 months ago

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How much joy is in this? Bravo to you .

9 months ago

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I may have misinterpreted your message?

9 months ago

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Had to read again. Wow!

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Buoyancy, Haughtiness , jagged mistrust to name a few ,that grabbed a cradle to rock in as you saved through out this mission. So full so truthful of this virtue that truly envisioned you in all your beauty as a writer/person 

9 months ago

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touching. speaks volumes....unspoken

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I took Aida advice and rewrote it so easily.

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