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Ofido Nov 21
The reflection of the sea Inside of me The reflection of my dreams Inside of('ll) be
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Sharena Lee Satti Nov 22
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Sameer Nov 25
That bird with white feathers walks so fast that I can’t sight it a long time. Suddenly, I see a feather pick it up,dip into my ink pot and go on composing onto this last. That bird with white feathers- the emergence of my poetry.
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vio Nov 20
FREEDOM (FIRST PART) I refuse to be the one that suffers. I refuse to be the one in pain. I want my freedom ,that's my main aim. I want to breathe and I want to smile. I want to feel the breeze without things on my mind.
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Ben Reads Poetry Nov 25
3: 1-8 (King James Version) ‘To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven...’
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Larry Yoke Nov 25
This simple plant has come down thru history to spice up our lives and create many favorable mouthwatering delights. Tis a bit of historical poetry for you to chew on...
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✨C✨🇮🇳 Nov 21
Replying to @Tall_Dreams
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Ben Reads Poetry Nov 23
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Cohan Fulford Nov 23
Replying to @urbanehillbilly
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JC Mehta Nov 21
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Dorcas Elinam Nov 24
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Tallando Poemas Nov 24
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TheEddieC Nov 27
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Ben Reads Poetry Nov 21
A poem for the ... W.H. Davies - ‘Leisure’ ‘What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare?’ Like it? Please retweet it!
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Sonja N. Bohm Nov 23
It was this cold this morning, with the wind 🌬 "...We are only leaves and their murmur. Insecure, incapable of being a flower, even the breeze disturbs us and makes us tremble..." Eugénio de Andrade.
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Age of Empathy on Medium Nov 25
A Sweet Bee 12 Hours From Me by Bingz Huang poem dedicated to fellow writer ! PS! Look for preorders of Bingz' book *From the Womb of Gentleness* on Amazon!
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Tallando Poemas Nov 23
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Ben Reads Poetry Nov 20
Do you ever feel like packing your bags and going to live somewhere quiet and still? Please help spread the love and ❤️ William Butler Yeats - ‘The Lake Isle Of Innisfree’ ‘I will arise and go now...’
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Aimee Gramblin Nov 24
“Don’t weigh yourself down with that quicksand of dramas just be that breeze witnessing what’s caught deep beneath” — Bingz Huang From
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Find me in your heart Nov 24
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