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Regina K. Pride : Writing

Fallen

Fallen

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


Fallen I step out into this sea of white mush, snow flurries drizzling down my face, catching unwanted specks in my eyes, there are no perks to..
The Girls

The Girls

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


“Their tongues are filled with lies. Snake venom drips from their lips.*” The Girls It’s stepping into the viper pit, ..
Water Color

Water Color

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


"What makes you different, makes you beautiful"
No one knows Atlantis

No one knows Atlantis

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


No one knows Atlantis because it's forbidden from our sights, but they're still curious about it.
If At First We Don't Stop and Smell the Roses

If At First We Don't Stop and Smell the Roses

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


"I wanna know what love is... I want you to show me..."
Weeping-willow Cinquain

Weeping-willow Cinquain

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


for the Cinquain poetry contest
Burnout Love

Burnout Love

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


Burnout LoveYouan unlit fire,a blinking traffic light,a forest without trees,a you without metwo years in a desertwithout food or drink.I wander alone..
a shirt w/o wrinkles

a shirt w/o wrinkles

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


a shirt w/o wrinklesbutton by button, uncuff, uncuff, he begins to unwind like the snow i have never held in open hands, have never watched..
it's already been used...

it's already been used...

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


My response to there being so many poems about death. I wanted to write something that didn't scream "death in the family." 5/26/2011
Faded Jean

Faded Jean

A Poem by Regina K. Pride


You're a kind of faded jean to meso overused, so overwhelmedI touch your seams and they just slip awayunder my hand you grow softeralmost a flimsy str..

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