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Where are you now

Where are you now

A Poem by Cult Reject


It seems childish now toHave climbed so high so fast and freeThe ribbon floated in the air before me, and IGrabbed the balloon to shoot up, rising eve..
Same Old Song

Same Old Song

A Poem by E.A. Standifer


How many times have you been told All that glitters isn’t gold… And how many times did you come to see Some of your wildest..
CINDERELLA

CINDERELLA

A Poem by Alicia Norman


You only get your happy ending when you fall in love with yourself.
Be A Flower

Be A Flower

A Poem by Dhaye


Be that woman...
I Won't Scream

I Won't Scream

A Poem by Beth Lindsay


There are many different ways to approach your problems.
Black Man

Black Man

A Poem by T.S. Sky


Black Man You are more than just a man Someone is jealous right now I say Black Man You are more than just a man You are looked down upon Ta..
A Long Walk

A Long Walk

A Poem by Robert Ray


Young, romantic, and naïve, our walk began, On a common path, others in front and back. Disillusioned, winded, aching, some descend, Or ..
Fugitive

Fugitive

A Poem by Robert Ray


I flee and hide;My true feelings,Concealed behindA joke, a grin.Your frown pursues,Denying my escape,Almost breaks through,Until I’m gon..
A Diamond Rose

A Diamond Rose

A Poem by Robert Ray


She glistens alone in my mystical garden,Colorless crystal in the winter moonlight,A rough solitaire, beautiful and strong;She weathers all season..
Break the Strings!

Break the Strings!

A Poem by Robert Ray


Dreams whispered, dreams dismissed, With a squint, smirk, giggle, laugh, joke. “You’re too young, old, dumb, weak, poor!” ..
Fish and Hogs

Fish and Hogs

A Story by 49k_jdys


Loss doesn't break you.
Transition

Transition

A Story by R.J.Apsley


The story of personal transition from one phase of life to the next, overcoming obscurity, finding inner strength & a greater sense of self acceptance..
Winter Rose

Winter Rose

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


An old rose bush which is growing a single rose, now in the dead of winter.
Grandma Grace

Grandma Grace

A Poem by Robert Ray


A poem in memory of my late great-grandmother, Grace M. Ray, who died January 1, 1972, after a courageous battle with breast cancer.

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