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Please stop it
by Rick Wood

Don't tell me what to do man

Okay? Please? Don't

Because I'm an adult, ya know?

I got it, really

You don't have to lecture me

On how to do



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Addiction
by Bobbiejo Schlageter

                                                 



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We Live
by Paghunda Zahid

We live in this world as if we own this place

How we behave as if we are the masters of our fate

We talk, we walk



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I am Nothing
by Paghunda Zahid

I am nothing,

Standing right in the middle of nothingness

Doing a lot, but nothing,

Gained a lot, but nothing

Worth nothing____ absolutely nothing,

And waiting, waiting for something

That too



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Who Cares
by Paghunda Zahid

who cares if we exist or not

Who cares if we our hearts are fill  with joy or sorrows

No matter how much we care about others

No



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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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We Wait
by Paghunda Zahid

And we wait... We wait for things to get shway

For life to get sweeter

For water to get warmer 

For Air to get gentle

We wait for oxygen



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Screams, Screeches, Groans and Wails
by Paghunda Zahid

Screams, screeches, groans and wails,

Brutalities, agonies, torture, and blood,

Tear Gases, pallet guns, bullets and bombs

Humanity sobs, world is falling apart

 

Kids are blinded,

Men are



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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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Waves
by Nina Stoner

The waves crashing to the shore,

Like i've seen it all before.

The words spill out of my mouth,

Shivers rot down my spine.

The fear of death enters



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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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Forgive you, Forget me not
by Donna Tymec

Forgive you Forget me not!

Why must you try?
Do you try to make yourself feel better?
Do you try because you want my mind



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The Savior And The Sound
by William Kekaula

In your delicate state of mind, upon your awakening, you were uncontrollable and had done an egregious act, punishable to the highest degree of the


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Critics
by William Kekaula

Wrote a poem in the sand,

Wonder how it fares if left alone,

Will it bear on its own merits

Or juxtapose by meddling hands,



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My True Desire
by DAVID GRASBY

Take this away
I silently scream
Where is my heart?
I search for it over and over
What has become of me?
An angry bitter



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The Turntable of Life
by DAVID GRASBY

On the turntable I spin these songs
Memories of my life
From Floyd to Zepplin
My scars run deep
As I watch that black circle



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yep, gettin there
by sand blown

i'm...

like this night

just...

long re-tired

so...

that to fathom

an...

only being such

as...

the light of a

shadow...

god who says i owe

more...

than i can afford

now...

after all these years

forgetfullness...

and a deity's egotistic

domination....

of western philosophy

holds...

many borderliners

frozen...

neaath the grounds

 

stan sand

 

 

 



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Make the words yours
by Michelle Smith

Describe the Day (rondeau form of poetry)

Describe the day... please, Max implores
Just take a break from chalkboard chores
I won't break silence in roister
Is it dry,


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I've been waiting for you . . .
by Ashmi Sheth

Just hold me in your arms,

And never let me go;

I’ve been craving for your love,

And I ask for nothing more.

 

I’ve been longing for restful calmness

That



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The Blowing Wind
by Mitzi Danielson-Kaslik

There must be a reason the wind blows.

The sun shines so the crops can grow,

The night comes with darkness to sleep,

The leaves grow to produce



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You are.
by Sybil Vinson

I see you in many forms. One minute you're liquid, fluid in movement, slidding, gliding, slippery.

Then you are a rock, solid, strong, unmoving.you move back



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1,011 Miles
by Eva McDonald

Last night I had a dream
that I felt your touch.
A kiss
on your lips.
After what feels like forever.
Because to me
four



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Alma
by Eva McDonald

My soul keeps me up at night.
If I move in my sleep,
I disturb her.
She leaps off the bed, 
and walks around the



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I'm Just Trying to Bedazzle
by Eva McDonald

The cheapest glue
in the smallest tube.
And yet the "crazy"
"fast-acting"
"SUPER glue"
ends up where
I do not need it.
Between my fingers,<>



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