Tag Archives: Lisa Lunney Poetry

Poetry: Clarity

Clarity One day you wake up. Mature. A clear portrait of what you want in life. Stands before you. You se the world through different eyes. You can finally admit. A relationship can’t be fixed. No matter how much you … Continue reading

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Poetry: The Indisputable Truth

The Indisputable Truth My friend A sister A daughter A cousin A granddaughter Gave up a life A future For something else The indisputable proof Right in front of my eyes It was a choice It didn’t just happen Some … Continue reading

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Poetry: The Great Mystery of the World

The Great Mystery of the World The lines between life and death. Are among the greatest mysteries of the world. We can’t decide what is written in the in-between. Going from something physical Deteriorating to what we perceive as nothing. … Continue reading

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Poetry: Tears of The Moon 

Tears of the Moon The frozen air was filled with sadness. The moon couldn’t bring herself to shine. It was a night. Where the possibility of light was inconceivable. The moon hid her face from us. Disappearing behind her bed … Continue reading

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Poetry: Always With You

Always With You I’m always with you. I’m with you every time you enter the cemetery gates. You can’t see me. You have no idea I’m here. I still need to be with you. To try and protect you. I … Continue reading

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Poetry: Peace

Peace Never true darkness Nor daylight The forest is alive With the whispers of the trees Fairies dance Sing sweet songs for all eternity Come Find Peace

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Poetry: Quiet Beauty

Quiet Beauty Our mutually suppressed truth We had always known Whether we entertained it or not We were on perpendicular paths We were always meant to go different ways Never parallel with one another Never steady Never meant to be … Continue reading

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