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in the sun.
Copyright © Jacob Welch | Year Posted 2015
Don't Ask For My Money
Ask For My Vote!
Copyright © Judy Konos | Year Posted 2016
Copyright © Harold Hunt sr | Year Posted 2014
you have started to
now I see yeah so Sue
Copyright © Abdullah Alhemaidy | Year Posted 2016
Allow me to be the one you see
Whenever you're most unhappy.
Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2015
Black ice on the freeway is a cruel bitch.
Copyright © Mad Rose | Year Posted 2016
Spoke clear words
That he couldn't even
Copyright © harmony raymond | Year Posted 2016
What was once oh all so alien
Is now no longer all so foreign.
Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2016
A dream on my mind.
A far distant memory.
A smile on my lips.
Copyright © Crystal Mosier | Year Posted 2015
Chewing on succulent chocolate:
Crispy and fluffy with a crunch.
2.The truth is very simple, but people strive too hard to find it
Copyright © peter duggan | Year Posted 2016
a beauty untold
a faith untold to the weak
faith I've never met
Copyright © Michael Miers | Year Posted 2014
''little boy looks down
splashes into deep waters
dawns a hero''
Copyright © MUHAMMMAD Butler | Year Posted 2016
Broken, dull pencils still so useful
In drawing something beautiful.
A moment of rest,
Refreshing the eyes and brain
From life commercials
Copyright © Tara Andre | Year Posted 2013
intensive care unit
may recover or take leave
by those ill and not
Copyright © nikhileswari swaminathan | Year Posted 2014
in my mind lonely
my lovely moon calm and proud
hallo what a tune!
Specks on the window look like seagulls.
Almost as though flying eagles.
All Life stands on this:
Love and Joy and Sacrifice,
Honor, and a Kiss.
One wake-up away
From the best day of your life.
Life’s just a crapshoot.
Copyright © Robert Candler | Year Posted 2014
Daylight savings lies.
The days length never changes
Nor do I sleep more.
Copyright © Mason Hartley | Year Posted 2015
The ant steps lightly
gathering crumbs and messy
spills from hungry mouths.
Copyright © Kayleen Ashwood | Year Posted 2015
I’m missing someone I’ve never had a shaking of hands with.
Copyright © Christina Rose | Year Posted 2015
the love in my heart
as time goes by lovely grow
the sound true sound true!
The future is clear.
I know all that I hold dear.
What is there to fear?
Copyright © Christopher Randall | Year Posted 2015