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Poetry: Love Is Gone

Love Is Gone The sadness lifted The emptiness gone The first seeds of hope planted Endurance brought them to life The future was bigger Beams of light beckoning me to smile for tomorrow A thing to be cherished once again … Continue reading

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Poetry: Wanderer

Wanderer Our world is so rich with different people Those who belong to the soil The goodness of the earth Planting their seeds to blossom To build a home Rooted into the ground There are those who belong to the … Continue reading

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Poetry: Miracles

Miracles You’re long dead Buried in the earth I was too consumed In my mire of misery To realize You’ve been here You never left It had been me You’ve been here The scattered whispers in a crowded room The … Continue reading

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Poetry: I Find You

I Found You I come here to find you Drawn like a flake of metal Hurtling toward a magnetic force A vast Cosmic hand erases the past here I come here A star shooting From a nebula above There’s a … Continue reading

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Poetry: Violence

Violence Violence can be found in silence. It can be invisible to the naked eyes. There’s violence in the time that conceals wounds. The relentless succession of days. The impossibility of turning back the clock. Violence is what escapes us. … Continue reading

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