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steveplimmer
steveplimmer Bronze Comma Language is my heaven.

Four Seasons

Poem that again covers a fair bit of ground int he area of mortality and the value of life, I guess, but it came fairly quickly. Enjoy.

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jamiewhittall
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Growth

Your passions burns up an inferno Leaving the ashes of despair

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greenspace
greenspace it's me

The Stranger

My younger self meets my current self.

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midnightwolf56
midnightwolf56 Community member

Girl of 2017

A transition poem, from male to female. Dedicated to all the fellow Trans souls out there.

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tdog16
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Train Incident-part 1

A short story series on a boy, his mom, his sister, and best friend, who are driving to the mountains.

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lyydias
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Don't Be Mad At Photographs

Please, don't be mad at photographs. I know that they make what was real seem far too simple; that they give the heaviest of atmospheres the weight of a feather.

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steveplimmer
steveplimmer Bronze Comma Language is my heaven.

Will You By Steve Marsden © 2017

Your life from beginning to end.

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kennellyremoto
kennellyremoto Community member

Locked.

If you are someone who was recently employed on his or her first job, then this is for you.

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serenalove
serenalove Community member

LITTLE MELODY- REBIRTH AND RECOVERY

Melody's experience with depression.

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alwaysinlight
alwaysinlight Community member

Developing a Relationship

Developing a Relationship: A Poem by Dalma T Perkins Early morning and we wake from our reverie.

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stradella
stradella Community member

Lanky Lenny

'Lanky Lenny!' - the other kids would parrot after him at school. For Lenny was surely lanky. But was he anything else? - he wondered. Read on to find out.

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anon
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Still.

If you are someone who was recently employed on his or her first job, then this is for you.

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