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#1

The Woman Who

This poem is about an adult figure in life who just wasn't treating me right.
The Woman Who Love came, and went. Except this time, you hurt me. A lot The way you betrayed me, the way you treated me. It was all so unnecessary, but you went and did it.\How could...

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#2

Untold Secret of the Sky


Some may conceive the blue in the sky, A proof of God, a treat to the eye. Truth is its story is not holy, And this statement I declare boldly. Neither has the sea, nor has...

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#3

Dangerous to know

I am nearly 72. It is the first poem I have ever written and came almost effortlessly on the back of a Memoir (1945 - 2016) I felt compelled to write.


 

thinking of you.

bullying the air,

Asleep not asleep

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#4

I AM NOT ME

I had a very dark moment, and I just had to write down my feelings. P.S. It's not my most polished work...


They say sadness is the worst, but how can anything be worse than nothing?

This emptiness inside, this numb feeling.

I try to fill myself up, to feel something inside. I intoxicate my blood.

But, nothing!

No feeling...

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#5

Dying Within


I feel trapped in my own mind, Nowhere left to unwind. I try to not bottle my emotions, But I’m just waiting for that explosion. Depression tells me to talk to someone, But I don’t want to ruin their...

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#6

Grief

Quarantine really sheds an interesting light on some personalities you're living with, ey? My first poem I've ever tried to write, so any advice/comments would be greatly appreciated! Enjoy.
Grief

Do you know the grief I feel being ignored by you?

When I tell you my needs and you cannot seem to hear,

Not once, twice or trice.

I am like an abandoned cat. Begging, pleading

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#7

Someone else to…

Actually I just write and chase the next rhyming word, and it somehow forms into something! Sorry ,but its a bit mysterious to me as well! Few are about me and just a small...
Upon reflection I can see What cannot be imagined That part I didn't leave behind I never had So for all my own insurrections Fought along the trail I've blazed and true to form I see not of the mind beyond that deemed As...

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#8

I Carry

What inspired me to write this piece started with self-reflection of my own burdens and acknowledging others burdens as well.

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#9

Blanket Me

Blanket Me blanket me in fine earth tin capture me through the Willows bend in tranquility as far as the eye will see a vested memory faling faliing in a stream with the visible eye a glare of the faint passerby remember...

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#10

A MAP TO YOU

Most times, we look at old wounds and fail to count blessings that come through these past pains. This poem was written to encourage us to count our blessings, not our blisters.

Tracing the old dark scars on my hands, He kissed it so softly that I felt extra healing surge through them. And when he asked "What scars are these?" I smiled and replied"A map that brought...

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