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Messy soul
By Jennifer.Wold on 04/04/2009
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I am a messy soul
I pack things away
They surface everytime
I trip, stumble or hiccup
It is like turning a snow globe
Everything flies up
Jumbled and topsy-turvey
A clear spo .....
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Can you ?
By StoneWhisper6 on 04/15/2009
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If only to Listen; Fathom the exhausted StoryTeller
Comprehend the Basic ...
To only One would be determined
Steadfastedly to become ...
Sorrowfully hearing to each ending
of ever .....
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Oh the Lines
By gtherange13 on 04/15/2009
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Oh the Lines!
solid, heavy, full; jumpy, anxious; even, plumpy, pull.
Deranged and yet they sing so fine–
wanting to be yours instead of mine
they jump
and drag .....
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Are You sure ?
By StoneWhisper6 on 04/15/2009
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Grasp not the Existence of YourSelf ...
Only the Fact of Being ...
Be Somewhat assured you will overcome
Thus be Afraid of Who you will find ...
Reaching for the Infamous "Next Step.. .....
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My one last request
By bnestes on 04/14/2009
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As I cross just another brane,
may my ashes scatter in the breeze
and unit with the one Pelican who
rules the Hatteras Island bird preserve.


© By bnestes On 4/14/2009 2:31:06 PM
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The Lord has her now
By thereallele on 03/02/2009
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I hold you in my ars
so small and sweet
those innoccent eyes look up at me
everything so new to you
under my protective custody
your are my pride and joy
yet my image goes blury .....
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Nickland / Bizantium
By vitalia on 10/23/2008
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"Nickland”

C#1 Alpine flowers, orange groves and road, which leads me to You.
I went through a lot of pain and sorrow. I paid off my due.
Somewhere very far away from those days .....
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Mr. Cheney's Response When Asked How He Would Rebuild Iraq
By Mr.Ook on 04/14/2009
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My answer to you would be to say
that to restore a country you must treat that country
as if it were your lover,

therefore would I open my arms
and welcome in my sweet Iraq, fore .....
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our bodies, our ghosts
By cafepretentious on 04/13/2008
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my sister is wearing an engagement ring
and i wonder
why can she flash a promise of eternity on her finger
when all i have to show for myself are battle scars?
i carry them around wi .....
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Un Bel Di Vedremo
By miamia on 03/24/2009
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A casual lunch, our favorite Chinese?
Better still, a walk on the beach,
kicking up sand and choosing
pretty pebbles to add to the mix.

Perhaps a movie. I hear they''re
sh .....
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On the roof
By miamia on 03/24/2009
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Papa and I could see for miles around
it seemed, perhaps as far as Logan:
black tenement pipes spewing, gray laundry
flapping in the wind. Seagulls overhead
zigzagged in a demented p .....
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Family Reunion
By miamia on 03/27/2009
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Two men dressed in gray
asked us to leave the grieving room.
The son is here, they said.
Reluctantly I left my sister’s resting place
and followed the crowd, all faces set in stone .....
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Culture Clash
By miamia on 03/27/2009
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The clubhouse is quiet now
glasses cups plates utensils
washed and put away
with the remains of the potluck
turkey dinner lingering.
Old folks back to walking
their corgis .....
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Focus on the Troubadour (revision)
By miamia on 04/03/2009
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The page gapes like a dolt and reality strikes,
snatching the gold, its heavy smoothness
so slippery immortality slips from my hand.

At the beach now, the hot sand bites
as I hop .....
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'Who is John Galt?'
By miamia on 03/26/2009
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We watch and wait, glaring across
The ages, indomitable but serene,
While the enemy of man bellows across
The ages of political oppression.

How puffed up he is in his power lu .....
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I'm undone without someone
By classiqchandru on 03/26/2009
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Quite like a moon, will you gloom in to my doom?
Soon and ever I shall stay like a soothing plume
Shine in your smile, will reclaim my life in no time
Unto belling then, I’m undone witho .....
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Long After The Fall Of Communism
By Mr.Ook on 04/09/2009
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I woke up under a porch and looked
into my neighbor’s yard, watching his sailboat
empty then fill with sparrows.

The moon had just repeated itself,
much to my embarrassment,
a .....
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Flight of the Puffling
By Brian Mackay on 04/07/2009
Viewed: 196
Reviews: 7
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Artic skuas bomb a squadron
of ocean clowns. Chainsaw bedlam
erupts from the shore and cliff-face,
as puffins part with skewered livers.

Fraticula Artica, little friars of .....
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Queen of the Arcades
By julesbristol on 03/24/2009
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Sun squints through the broken glass
of the arcade roof as we recline
with toast, gin and terrible stories of our youth.

The dusty bookshop door is open
and the tin sign is hangin .....
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late night swimming
By poetprincess on 04/04/2009
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late night swimming
makes me cold and I shiver
when tiny droplets
turn to razor blade
icicles
only my skin is still
wet from the
neck down, I think.
It won’t dry
until .....
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