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Restored

Restored

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


yoga anyone
rumors of a kill

rumors of a kill

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


zero breath
Reminding me

Reminding me

A Poem by Barton Showalter


Portrays the beauty of change but the reality of ends.
A street car named cabriolet

A street car named cabriolet

A Poem by Blank_fortunes


Now admired luster, Envious of the wind she allows to move around her as she stands still, Going forward. Unaware of intentions of the eyes and heart..
Death Called My Name...

Death Called My Name...

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


Death called my name, and I replied,‘I’m not quite ready now.There must be others, more deservingOf your time, somehow.I find I still have..
Veteran's Day

Veteran's Day

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


edited version
Unraveling the veil.

Unraveling the veil.

A Poem by Nia


As I bleed I see your inner demons rise,hypocritical and selfishness.These two destroy forgivenessshoot down misiles of reasonevaporating all attempt...
Song for The Cosmic Self

Song for The Cosmic Self

A Poem by Blayze Soileau


Send the heavens your awed breath of etherAnd let the joyous tears trek freely down your cheeksYou are the cosmic god created from this Universe&rsquo..
Visual exhale

Visual exhale

A Poem by Leamus Alladyn


In the winter, a visual exhaleStale, breeding and broadEver infectious and growingA visual exhale, a reminderAn individuals exhaleYielding great diffe..
Breathe

Breathe

A Poem by M. Marson


A poem to younger, anxious me.
I Bid You Adieu

I Bid You Adieu

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


sleep comes

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