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Lisa Alletson Sep 15
I wade into mouthfuls of autumn and the sky melts Come to me there on the long turquoise waters between cobalt and sage Come in the stillness of a pine’s hard eye in the pricking of narrow brambles My body is the private throat of Earth the wet russet leaves of your thirst
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Melisa Quigley Sep 18
Write a or a about this picture. Carol walked along the seashore alone. Walking along The sea’s edge A footprint Rose through The sand She looked And looked again Disbelieving At what she saw Before it washed away By a wave Thundering On the shore
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Piyush Tiwari Sep 16
The Slimy And Despicable Porkistan A Poem by Piyush Tiwari (I dedicate this to ) Whose Porkistan is that? I think I know. Its owner is quite angry though. She was cross like a dark potato. I watch her pace. I cry hello. She gives her Porkistan a shake,
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Paul Tobin Sep 16
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Suno Bhai Sadho Sep 17
🔷️ CALENDAR SERIES 🔷️ May you be peaceful and blissful! Ji 🌹
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Poem Analysis 1m
Check out this poetry analysis! The Whipping by Robert Hayden
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DeMoN-oiD Sep 18
When special people walk away..
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Michelle Mariposa 🦋 20m
Piercing golden eyes fills me with ecstasy from in between my thighs
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connected spirit 1h
and so you shine my gilded friend spirit of translucent sunlight brightly illuminating these darkest nights
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Today In History Sep 14
14 Sept 1814: At the Battle of during the War of 1812 between the United States and Great , Francis Scott Key writes the Defense of Fort McHenry, which becomes the Star Spangled Banner.
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pete Sep 16
porous stone a blanket slipped into a barrier tumbling down a hole in a gesture lost without a trail of sand to slurp up with both hands
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Shilpa Sep 17
🍀WOVEN🍀 My that got selected, to be displayed alongside a stained glass sculpture at the Highland Park, Illinois as part of the ’Art gets in your eyes’ project.
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M. S. Reggiori Sep 13
Into the bear & rusted roads I'd go, again & again Those cobble holds Your precious footsteps Those places that settled Onto the canvas of my heart I build my walls & place them onto it & you, you You have been placed Into the myrr of it
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Adam Is What I Give Sep 13
I don't fear the darkness because I have learned what lives there: the restlessness of our souls who yearn for an understanding of what makes the heart sing while dancing underneath a dark velvet sky reminding us of possibilities not seen in the daytime
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Paul Tobin Sep 17
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Dustryy Anparteli Sep 16
I wonder sometimes I wonder deeply What happened to us?
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S. L. Jaerin 33m
30 day poetry challenge day nineteen- prompt: "the sum of"
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Jan 🌷📸🌿 Sep 17
Every leaf speaks bliss to me fluttering from an autumn tree 🍃 ~ Emily Bronte ~
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Darian Finch Sep 11
The moon fell Shattered detonation Fragmented splinters Covered her midnight body Bled slowly holding A dead heart Her life time quest As she looked down It was a sparrow She looked to the Warmth of penetrating Ora of hope And never lets go....
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Ian D. Loomis Sep 12
People are too stubborn to listen.
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