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Destiny Poems

My Everyday
by Aska Makori

 

Everyday

Step by step to see you standing there

Step by step to find you waiting

Step by step walking in my feet

But these feet don’t belong to



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Coffee
by Eva McDonald

I sip my coffee.
The taste is bitter, 
All I need is sugar.
You walk in the room, 
And soon I realize,
The sugar needed



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Downhill
by Waveney Lander-Walters

Another Version

Hartley Forde

You can’t see the wind,
But that old mango tree,
Outside my window,
tell me it’s there..
.
I



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The last time i talked about you
by Alishah Ali

I’m a stranger with so much to tell

I’m a loner with power of despair

I’ve been told to be kind and strong

That kindness cost me nothing



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Know your self within
by Terry Shuff

What was it that I heard ?

So faintly audible

A whisper as a sigh

A groan or uttered word?

Then spoke the voice more clearly

So then I realized.

The



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Expectations Explained
by Harriet Shea

 

Cannot comprehend the intensity

realizing myself as a living being, roaming

around this world without a reason

I know in full extent, we have a purpose to continue

on



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The Antique Store
by Terry Shuff

Browsing through families memories

that we can never know.

Among the heirlooms meant to be

Descendants now,no more.

A cherished piece of crystal

or china fine and rare.

Hand crafted mirrored



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