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Dark Poems

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Lost souls
by Raynolds Moseamedi

Scream if you must

But know it is only the two of us in this emptiness 

And if my words lack trust 

Understand humanity is marked by ignorance.

 

Am



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COVID-19: Old Friend, It's been a long time
by Carol Ali

Is that you? It's been a long time.

You look different and yet your still the same.

Hiding, waiting quietly in the dark

Crooked smile moist and dripping

You



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Addiction
by Bobbiejo Schlageter

                                                 



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Do You Feel It
by Paghunda Zahid

It that time of the year

When everybody comes out of their fears

Every Life is enjoying this phase

For Weather is too good these days

After the freezing



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Intersection
by Paghunda Zahid

INTERSECTION 

 

The words kept echoing in her mind

Like  lightning in a stormy night

Her Heart forgot its rhythm

Missed several beats

A baffled smile came first

Then a rainbow adorned



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And He Cried
by Paghunda Zahid

In front of impending disaster

He stood there

Right besides the operation theater

Watching his parents

going mad with pain

A thousand thoughts were flowing in his mind

What would happen



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Dante's Inferno
by William Kekaula

An overcast sky blotches a caring Sun's sympathetic warmness, diffusing confidences of a blissful morn, 
Consolidates a desolate soul, filled only in despair of inflated


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Yet Again the Door is being Knocked
by Paghunda Zahid

Yet again the door is being knocked
For ages it’s been closed

Who is there?

The Sun looks down

Breeze Halts!

Tulips raise their heads

But the Cascade is still



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For The Hell Of It
by Aska Makori

I know you don't love me and it's fine

But for this remaining time could you lie?

It's obvious you feel something for me

I know its not



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The Storm - Matthew 8
by Michael Popovici

The boat,

            smooth sea,

                        tight sail,

                                    the bow slices the

                                                blue-green

 

Men at ease with their Leader,

                                                their Friend.

As ripples sing lullabies to their Man.

                                   



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Ugly Queen
by Donna Tymec

 

Looking for acceptance in this dark world
this queen's eyes can't see.
But amear ugly duckling castine a shadow upon thee.
So no one can



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Amnesia's Nightly Massacre
by April Belin

She held her rib's as it protruded

Amnesia was more than her name at 25 years of age.

Her brunet eye's to go with her brunet hair



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Wonder
by April Belin

                                   Wonder

               



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Tale Of Love's Challenge
by William Kekaula

Hail the phantom moon that traverses the murky chambered recesses of a remnant domain. Unspool gently for favorite eyes that cast within your magical lure


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The Sage
by Njoyim Elisha

The Sage

 

Adam, let Eve be,

 Come and Lie with me

 And make the Future free.

No woman was

There to utter things as

Sweet as these to save

Us



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Letter to the Unfaithful Wife
by Shawna-Lee Lawrence

I feel bored, unwanted and exploited

Saturated with the ideology of love

And how it fell from my grasp

I understand

 

You treated your rose like a “twat”

And let



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Relations
by Shawna-Lee Lawrence

Why am I excited

His voice, so deep

His lips, soft and supple

His eyes, dangerous and dark

Wait, am I being watched?

 

His scent doesn't leave me

His embrace, so



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I Like
by Aska Makori

I like

I like to walk alone

Because when I'm alone, I get to be me

I like to laugh alot

Because when I laugh, I mask my pain

I



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Aww Pity me
by William Jerome

Aww Pity me if you only knew

Like I knew my hair is 

Full of blood sweat and tears ,made you vomit

til today I embarrassly stand 

From enough



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The Darkest Days
by Michaela Sizemore

the days that are the darkest

are the days where the sun doesn't stop shining

but the wind roars insecurities into my ear

the darkest days aren't the



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You Never Broke Me
by Caroline Coyle

YOU NEVER BROKE ME????

My mind can be a dark place to contend with each day. While raising my beautiful children I locked these thoughts away.

 I



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Calvary
by Rebekah Gibson

Calvary

 

A glimpse of Calvary let me see,

Thine agony Thou suffered for me

Redemption for all Thine goal

Thou sheddest Thy precious blood

To ransom the darkest soul


 

Upon



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Bright Gestures
by Heidi Sands

There is always something we can do

To show gratitude for what we receive

For those bright gestures shining through

 

From human angels who help us believe

May it



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Remember Us This Way
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

REMEMBER US THIS WAY

I look back on the memories we’ve had sometimes ago
When life was free for every one of us, both young and



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Funerals
by Thabang Mawela

One morning i didn't wake up

The world fell in love 

The world suddenly shows love

The world can be nostalgic sometimes

 The world can be cruel sometimes

The world



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