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            A Late-Summer Rain stories

A Late-Summer Rain

Exploring weather or not rain is metaphor for emotion. A poem.
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                      Cup of Lament stories

Cup of Lament

A melancholic reflection on a familiar beverage. A poem.
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                    Lyrical Paranoia  stories

Lyrical Paranoia

An experiment using lines from several songs to inform or inspire each stanza. A poem
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                            Nature stories

Nature

What is the nature of this bond? A poem. Artwork used is from a Baroness album "Purple". I don't own the art.
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         Moonlapse Amaranth stories

Moonlapse Amaranth

An experiment, not actually based on anything like my others (to me, I believe it is lacking). A poem.
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                             Untitled stories

Untitled

Sadness. A poem. And yeah, I did draw that heart.
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                             Texas stories

Texas

Falling for a lone star. A poem.
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                      The Leviathan  stories

The Leviathan

What is it that makes a monster? A poem.
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                         Sanguine stories

Sanguine

Wine. Blood. Sex. Metaphors abound. A poem.
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                               Sylvan stories

Sylvan

A dark look inward on the nature of fear. A poem.
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