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Halloween Ninette

Beast of dark burns eyes shut quiver, cold touch. Maker of nightmares disturbing death shallow breath blood mark Feast. October 9, 2015

Copyright © Casarah Nance

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Pain never lasts

is too
short to cry
Pain never lasts
Smile and be happy
Look around you
Be content
with these

The Silent One
2 October 2015

Copyright © Silent One

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Four seasons

Spring arrives silently blooming beauty Colourful new life Birds leave their nest Rainy days hide the sun Time goes by Summer smiles with blazing heat Fun days at the beach Fragrant flowers Ripe sweet fruit Happy souls Leaves falling signal change nature's palette ablaze with colours Days get shorter and colder as frost sets In the depth of winter snow gently falls on dark wintry nights Building snowmen snowball fights lots of fun The Silent One 3 October 2015

Copyright © Silent One

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Live life to the max

life ends
no possession
you take with you
All alone you leave
Death has no date
Your last breath
can come
to your soul
Reach for the stars
Live life to the max
Fulfil your dreams
till the

The Silent One
2 October 2015

Copyright © Silent One

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Winds Obey

tale from old Slavic god idol worshipped sage and protector season’s spirit winds obey chiming toll gusts from gods stab with blades of potent breath freezing the tundra and stripping oaks till summer’s warm air wafts winds rage on in winter born from the sea called by Stribog’s horn warrior’s songs command his grandsons blow! *source: Wikipedia and pagan-soul.blogspot For Shadow's Gods of Winds Contest, 12/17/14

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders

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Cold Winds Blow

Cold winds blow, fall ends and winter begins. Hibernating bulbs will softly sleep until the next spring thaw.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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Everyone Loves The Dog

Dogs, loyal to a fault; caring greatly for their family. Everyone loves the furry, friendly dog.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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A Ninette - Grief and Joy

Grief washes over me - a tsunami of pain that soon ebbs. Cleansed, I embrace life with a dance of Joy Written 10/10/15

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich

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True friends are so precious like diamonds. Always treasure them! They’ll support you every day of your life Contest:-Ninette Sponsored by Silent One 10~09~15

Copyright © JAN ALLISON

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red blood-clouds rain heavy on her snow-skin; pain a bruise blizzard, her dark-storm dread - his temper tempest red the last word has variant spelling and double meaning and can be 'read' either way 9/10/2015

Copyright © Charlotte Jade Puddifoot

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Thoughts : Ninette

         in the mind
      like wild horses
 they prance and gallop
   with flowing manes
         till worn out
          they seek


    12th October 2015
     Contest: Ninette
   Sponsor: Silent One
         Placed 3rd

Copyright © Paul Callus

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INK - Ninette


                                                           Life is
                                                        Written in
                                                     Permanent ink.
                                             Our fate appears sealed.
                                                     But look closer,
                                                        As the ink

                                                  Sponsor: Silent One
                                                  Contest: Ninette
                                                   Placed: 2nd

Copyright © Ronald Zammit

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cresting waves
carry waning sunlight--
footprints vanish
      *     *     *      
from the sun 
like ambrosia   
infusing the sea
with honeyed wine
'til each wave
roll in
to dance with
waning sunlight
past florid shorelines
where footprints fade
erased by

For Debbie's "Metamorph" contest

Copyright © Heather Ober

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A Winters Icy nights Bring nightmares cold And unfriendly clouds, Of snowy-gray To rain down Snowflake Lace.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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Healthy Harvest

A healthy harvest is a farmer’s joy; his dedication has produced a good income and large stores.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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Teaches Them

act on
one's spoken
that do be boastful
conveying this
they are not
who say

before the
fall is great pride
just part of the ride
turn of the tide
what's inside
self pride

this feeling
fall away false pride
arrogance gone
courage to

Copyright © Steven Henderson

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Future Plans

I want so much to see and feel
Everything I can indulge
Nature, sounds, sights around me
Food to taste and enjoy
Live fully doing all
That is possible
Then I will feel
My job

Copyright © Jennifer Marie Oliver

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Turth Or Truth

The day is done
You have chosen your cross
It is filled with hate
You must Carey it's weight
No Remorse
No Shame
How heavy it must be
This path is your choice
a manipulative voice
You can blame only you 
It's snare is of your own scheming
believe in the Lord 
It will prove redeeming 
Just know that we are praying 

Copyright © Ninette Carey

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When The Sky Smiles

Pink Purple Blue and green Yellow light rays; Such are the rainbows When the sky smiles Upside down; We smile Too.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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Choices of the Soul

The human soul has its’ many choices; not all are good ones. Soul must take care to only choose, the right ones.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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~Amazing Grace~

open arms.
No doubt are true-
everyday nuggets
of wisdom press. 
You shall reap
what you

by His
grace we will
live to see stars
embedded therein.
open arms-
... sign of

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole

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Dont Curse Yourself

One just has to believe in oneself It is not an ego problem Nor is it one of conceit One may never succeed In life’s great challenge Don’t put a curse On yourself Or you’ll Fail.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser

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Feeling Football - Ninette



                                                   Dad’s cohorts,

                                                 Dad’s happy place.

                                               Secure feelings from

                                                 Sounds that relax.

                                                      Dad’s T.V.

                                                      Makes me


Contest:  Ninette
Sponsor:  Silent One
October 11, 2015
5th Place

Copyright © CayCay Jennings

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Sunset behind rainstorms

Huge orange ball
Behind storm clouds 
Thunder lightening strikes 
Red painted skies 
Sunset dips 
Out of 

Copyright © Barbara Washington

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Winds of Change

Ride the winds of change with care and wisdom. Beware an ill wind. A hurricane, can ravage your life, fast.

Copyright © M. L. Kiser