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Acie Anderson May 14
There are too many , and not enough .
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Oliver Sheppard 4h
My first collection of poetry, Destruction: Text I, is no longer in print. You'll have to buy used copies or copies from 3rd party sellers now if you'd still like to purchase it.
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Sheree La Puma Author 7h
Fighting the beast. It's a wonder I get any writing done.
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Umbel and Panicle May 14
New call! This combined issue is SEASONS/MONSOONS open to LGBTQIA and/or Southeast Asian Diaspora //, exploring transitions, transformations, germination, changes, disruptions, hope, trade, travel! Deadline Jun 15!
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The Wanderer: मुसाफिर हूँ यारों May 18
The balance is delicate Thin the line Between The good and the bad Confused I wait Unsure of my stand These sunset reflections Blur the differences Of air and water From where I stand I wait for sunrise For it to be light So that I may know My path to find
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Kirstie Sivapalan 🇪🇺🇱🇰 11h
and ! Looking for your recommendation for favourite poets - modern or ancient, specifically non-European. Have just read two books on poetry quoting the same poets, most of which were born two centuries ago, upper class and oh yes men. (sigh) Thank you!
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Nadine Kimmage (author) May 12
Okay etc, what can I do for you? A retweet maybe? Maybe you want more followers? Let me know in a tweet and I'll see what I can do. Author interviews will resume soon, hopefully.
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lucysaunderspr May 17
can anyone think of poems that engineers would like/find interesting?
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Ben Gwalchmai 18h
Fellow , I have my first ever collection coming out this year [finishing a first proof this morning] and it's struck me, should I record me reading the poems? Is there a market for of poetry? Would love to hear wider experiences from the English speaking world
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Adil Haider 8h
Today on the eve of birth anniversary of Imam Hasan (A). Imam Khamenei met a number of , heard them and endorsed there works.
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GP 11h
hatred ignorance as toxic as poison or nuclear waste it erodes our compassion humanity leaves us bitter ugly craven vicious and ultimately blind 2 life's possibilities
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Sakshi Narula May 16
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Janine Linehan 9m
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GP 4h
First 100 days of confusion 100 days of shame 100 days of ugly blame 100 days of rage 100 days of vicious lies 100 days of our democratic demise 100 days too many that will haunt us in stark days ahead 100 days of nothing
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GP 4h
Just want to be lost again with no destination Don’t know where I am heading don’t want to know got no connections to anyone There’s a feeling I don’t want to face wondering if my life will ever leave a trace Lost again Stranded in an L.A. darkness
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GP 4h
Democratic ideals are not quaint or inconvenient but instead burn in our souls and challenge us to live up to the promise of our freedoms
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talley. May 13
If you support or in general pls follow me
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ReverseCultureShock 14h
it's coming the forbidden time just past midnight when the dark horse rides on the hunt for the blackened souls lurking just out of sight you better seek the light inside before he arrives or he'll steal your mind and leave your useless body behind
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poetrylov1 May 12
I wish you all a Happy Mother's Day!!!! ❤❤❤❤❤❤
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VERSe Ottawa May 15
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