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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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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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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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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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Fall Of Autumn
by William Kekaula

The deep south, confused summer, autumn's blight,
Nature's microwave is on overdrive,
Dog day noons, sultry dusk undress the night,
Escapist schemes, routes north relief, connive.

Red Indian drumbeats


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Read Between The Lines
by William Kekaula

It was the point of a meaningless moon,
That being dealt life, its absolute gloom,
Vague stars shone hope to reposed past of Earth,
Dusk hath casts a


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Thine Art Loveth
by William Kekaula

 

HARK, whilst thee singeth melody,

gauged labyrinths midst harmony,

ransom subconscious, placed thee free,

persuade possessed, heed thy purged glee,

beg reposed heart thy beating plea.

Themes prune labor to



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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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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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Abnormal
by April Belin

Obviously, your gonna need more than oxygen before your bless with her presence for she will take your breath away within the first minute. next



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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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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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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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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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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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Poetry
by Ashmi Sheth

If your eyes have enough compassion to see,

Every other eye sings poetry . . .



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IN THOUGHT
by Martha Mwenda

I have lost myself trying to find a way to you,every time the memories arouse they engulf me in timeless fear,im trapped in a box



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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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A - Anarchy
by North Calantoni

Amber autumn aflame
An aroma of ash appeases the artful arsonist; the adamant anarchist
An audacious attempt at attacking back at our arbitrary accommodations
The



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For Granted
by Nadine Oraby

We take life for granted and we think we have forever, but we don’t.

We take our health for granted until we catch a cold,

People never



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Days That I Remember
by Michael Henry

Days That I Remember

 

There are days that I remember

And many I do not

Those happy days, those golden days

When I thanked god for my lot

When I



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Like You
by Kayla Bailey


I use to dream of someone just like you,

To hold me tight, and see me through. To love my eyes, and to love my



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