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The Tangled Web
by Michael Henry

The Tangled Web

“Oh! What a tangled web we weave

When first we practise to deceive”!

(Marmion, Sir Walter Scott. 1808)

 

How true those words from long ago

Yet



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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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This Big heart
by Aska Makori

Because you see this big heart

It's open for everyone

But I've reserved that one special part

For my special someone

That person who sees my extras but still



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meet again
by sabrina espanio

keep asking how im feeling i always say the same thing
could be better could be worse some days i still feel the hurt
other days im


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dedicated
by sabrina espanio

Love wasnt supposed to feel this way 

dont you remember hearing me say 

ever since the first day that if i gave

you my heart not to treat



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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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End of Dictation
by Thabang Mawela

Man is the master of thought

The moulder of characters

The maker and shaper of conditions

He contains within himself that transformations

If you are like today's younger generation

Who



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Selene
by Alex Cridland

Black. Black. Black.

Eyes wide open.

Heartbeat drumming.

Chest aching.

Muscles tightening.

Fear, the force threatening to overcome me.

Look left. No right.

Please fucking please let me make it through the night!

Hands



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oh ancient muses help me write
by Nadine Oraby

Oh Ancient Muses help me write,

For I need it now more than anytime;

Bring me diction and help me rhyme

I need to let out all that’s



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Addicted
by Skilled Poet

I've been trying to read for a while now

but I cannot concentrate.

Someone has been running on my mind

and messing with my heart rate.

 

From the last



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An Angry Girl
by Briana Scarbrough

She wakes up in the morning hoping for a new day. In her mind everything's good, everyting's going her way. But when she opens her


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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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Summer or Winter
by Brandon Connor

I hate the humidity

I hate what it does

I hate wearing sunscreen

I hate all the bugs

I like the thirties

I like wearing gloves

But I also like the



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Chemical Malady
by Brandon Connor

Can’t function without it
The conjunctional life
And punctures confounding
A subjugal strife

My endurance depleting
My inevitable fallacies
Determined to beat this
Chemical malady

but

Deep down in the ditch
Is where I feel


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Until Then
by Brandon Connor

Believe me, not far, it’s right down the road
Take back what you brought, and pick up all your litter
We unpack the car and head off


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The world we live in
by Alishah Ali

I see the birds flying and hear the winds whispering,

I see the blue sky and wait until it turns into the dark sky,

I see some



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I Was In Love With The Poem
by Waveney Lander-Walters

I was in love with a Poem:

The poet lured her victims into her wild kingdom of
Word, words, words, that
became the forest



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This Organ Vagina
by Waveney Lander-Walters

This organ vagina:

They say that beauty is in the eyes of the
Beholder, so does this organ have eyes?
the power of evil



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You made the difference
by Paul Nairne



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LET THE CHILD OUT
by Bob Taub

LET THE CHILD OUT

 

My life was over before it started

I spent my childhood brokenhearted,

My parents didn’t treat me as they should,

When I was still in



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Timeless
by Rebekah O Reilly

Good girls make bad decisions

on the whim of a good heart,

Always second best,

Always second guessing themselves.

 

Feelings get lost, and broken, 

and scarred up, and healed over,

Until my mind



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Naïvety
by Rebekah O Reilly

 

I never anticipated this,

the blue eyed boy,

or the we don’t click.

It’s all clicks to you,

it’s hit and miss.

But I never anticipated it.

So undeniable is this,

the



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Written In The Stars
by Donna Brattain

encrypted stories told to long lost galaxies curled volcanoes erupted writing on moon-lit stars bragging to claim first prize on Haley's comet dual dragonriders entwined on Orion's belt diamond


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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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Latitudes and Attitudes
by Maryanne Dunne

Latitudes and Attitudes

Women are like the wind

you enjoy the warm breeze melting your heart

on a blustery day.

you bask in the heat of their passion

on a



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