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SKETCHING by van Breda, Kim
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Moonglow by Petersen Potter, Dorian
Bully by Nance, Casarah
A Lie Blinds Well by BuhainBaello, Cynthia
Today by BuhainBaello, Cynthia
I Will by BuhainBaello, Cynthia
Traveler by BuhainBaello, Cynthia
DIVERSION by van Breda, Kim

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Purring contentedly just being with my love and basking in the afterglow of our ascent to the peak of pleasure, I now settle, spent and cozy, in the crook of his arm like a kitty - purring.

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That Night

That night I was alone The sky turned shades of grey Sharp shards of tears pierced my cold skin Looking into the mirror, I looked past death Reflective paleness of my soul Bruising inside and out I lost my will That night
Date: December 04, 2014

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Bed of Roses

The love
you've sown within
the heart and soul of me
grows like a lush summer garden
and I am filled with your tender beauty
I gather roses in the sun
and offer you bouquets
on petals sweet
we lie

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Drum beat

Drum beat
  The sound of hearts
Beating to love's smooth rhythm
Sometimes a  brokenhearted  tune
  Hoping for another chance at love's oft
 Moody melodic emotions
That dance upon  lyrics,  
   The beat goes on...
  Drum beat


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I'm a 9 Revised

                         You bring me peace
                    With your head on my lap
                 I gently stroke your wavy hair
            Lovingly I bend to kiss your forehead
                Thanking God for giving me you
                    You have become my calm
                            My loyal friend 

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
Used my Path Number 9
For Contest: Tell me your Number
Andrea Dietrich

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A Good Factor

The things
we do come back
in three fold I am told
Hold this knowledge close to your heart
so what you choose to do unto others
is done with kindness, care and love
and in the end good will
come back to you
times three.

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away. . . time is ticking - if I listen closely I can hear it; in the distance a horn's mournful notes have begun to play - forlornness wafting to my ear cannot drown what I fear. . . sweet life t r i c k l i n g a w a y Based on Visual #2 Written by Andrea Dietrich on 9/6/13 for The Just Nine Lines! Poetry Contest of nette onclaud

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Angels are all around they can be anything holding your hand when life looks glum when feeling as though you want to give up Many things changed when you passed on alone, scared by myself I will be your Angel
By P.D~
Angels are among us~ walking side by side! Giving us strength to believe in. As the day draws close my breath is overwhelmed by beauty. The beauty I find divine when it comes to our friendship'' I open my mind to the flight of your wings. The fascinating way your innocence sings. Hopefully you are that angle I lay my trust in too..
A collaboration with *Cory Long ~My collaboration contest~

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I Rise

I rise
to catch the day,
Many weep to cuddle.
I rise to the super blessings- 
Those ones that parade around vivid earth,
The rooted crust and resources.
I rise to the rainbow-
Arch of colours

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                                                                   blue jay
                                                              jealous jester
                                                 your jabberwocky sounds
                                         jettisoned across the grove through
                                  jack pine now rebound, jack hammering the
                                              warning “junco, fly away! This,”
                                                     you jeer, “is my feeder!”
                                                            unjust you are
                                                                   blue jay

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Your tongue
spoke of constellations,
an unlicked sky gripping secrets
nonetheless, that mouth spat it's majesty
without ever stirring the air 
proving no white stardust
really adorns
your tongue

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Beauty So exquisite Mirrored wrong perceptions Disguising hidden reflections Of past hurts and life’s cruel condemnation Lies beneath the surface Obscured mask of Beauty © Kim van Breda- 20 October 2014

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Desire His wide shoulders Flowed to narrowed waist Her eyes locked on his vast manhood Muscled sculpture captured smooth perfection Her tongue caressed his lower lip Spreading thighs he entered Fulfilling her Desire © Kim van Breda – 22 October 2014

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You win.
Take circumstance
and all it's hopscotch words
and fling them far beyond me now
for you have taken every how and why
and blown my dandelion air
without rhyme or season
or consequence.
You win.

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- The King and The Queen -


                                        King of Hearts

                                   He was deeply in Love

                              I will fill Your body with Love

                       My life can be lived in A new Dimension

                             I will give You a Diamond ring 

                                  My Queen and Goddess

                                      Queen of Hearts

                                             : I do

A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved 

- Thanks for my 3rd place in the contest -

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A Fair Warning

How deep
this pain and fear
runs through my aching heart
as I weep tears for flesh and blood
bruised by a life that is often unkind
my anger feeds on acid thoughts
as I prepare to crush
what has threatened
my world

and step lightly
for I am on your heels
know that you will fall by my hand
I will not rest until I destroy you
and I am sure all that I love
is safely out of reach
from your evil

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                                                          changing palette
                                                 paints the landscape in hues
                                            of vibrant scarlet, bronze and gold,
                                        as nature puts off Summer's green attire
                                                    in preparation for Winter's 
                                                      chilly cloak of drab gray.
                                                           Lovely season,


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One Dark Moment

I am  
lost in my mind
steeped in dark emotion.
Shadows block the light from my eyes
and all I see is the blackness of pain
which holds my heart captive again.
Swift flow my silver tears
and burn my skin
in trails.

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Our Love Ascends to Heaven

Heaven awaits til our last waltz amongst the wind, mimicking that of yesterdays...(Sigh) Nature applauds as we continue in harmony; never ceasing til the last tear. Dust we form... transcending to Heaven
Pace, G INK-U-SCRIPT 09/05/2013 Contest Title: Just Nine Lines Visual #1 1st Place Winner

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In the Exam Hall

Ding dong! the warning bell 'only ten minutes left' invigilator announces so many problems are yet to be solved passing remains a dream again let me write a poem before the next ding dong. **************************** Placement:5th ; (June 2012) By:kash poet Contest:Sound of Emotion Sponsor:Nette Onclaud Date:30th May 2012

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Petty particle of Dust enters a cauldron Of light and a great star is born. Petty seeded gravel enters A shell and outcome is we are endowed with pearl. Mother butterfly lays eggs out pops caterpillar Makes a shell, it cracks, parts divide The caterpillar is now gone. As when the shell opens a butterfly comes out. A few drops of semen a child conceived and born eternity of life goes on. All the beginnings are petty The endings marvelous HIS all special Marvels.
+++ October 11, 2014 Form : Rictameter Dr. Ram Mehta Second Place win Contest: The Monsters or Marvels by Debbie Guzzi

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County Trash Detail

Four two four one
Cars racing by stealing
Images of consequences
Entertaining clowns collecting their trash
“That could be me” clicking tongues chirp
Four two four one just smiles
Those were his thoughts

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 ANGELS  ( Collaboration with Cory Long )


Angels are all around~
They can be anything holding your hand
when life looks glum
when feeling as though you want to give up 
Many things changed when you passed on alone, 
scared by myself I will be your Angel. 

by~ P.D:

Angels are among us~
walking side by side!
Giving us strength to believe in.
As the day draws close my breath is overwhelmed by beauty.
I open my mind to the flight of your wings.
The fascinating way your innocence sings.

A collaboration with *Cory Long

~My collaboration contest~

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Red Ruby

Oh sis
Who would have known
You would leave me alone
Such a dream came to me lastnight
We stole a ruby and took flight
As we ran we laughed and giggled
Now your gone far away
The red ruby
I'll keep

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The Clock

                     *Clock runs
              we are watching them
        making fun with its slow move
   you made for move not to awake us
i know we are more lazy but not like you!
   You don't have senses and emotional faces
       we slept but make others run
                 It's your race...
                    "Clock runs",*

Litan Dey
Just Nine Lines