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Copyright © Quentin Ehlinger | Year Posted 2013
and never turned back
Copyright © Deepak A. | Year Posted 2016
Suddenly the distant airplane hum means so much more
Copyright © Susan Yantis | Year Posted 2016
Home all alone
Loud knock on the door
Is it safe to answer?
Copyright © Richard Lamoureux | Year Posted 2012
the man in the box.
Copyright © charmane bellen | Year Posted 2014
Every time you go
The silence has enough time
Copyright © Mark Daniel Nicasio | Year Posted 2013
tombed in graveyards
© Eugene Harvey
Copyright © Eugene Harvey | Year Posted 2016
in my dreams
Copyright © Paul Callus | Year Posted 2016
It is hard to miss
A person you never knew
Which is all she was.
Copyright © Dylan Catalano | Year Posted 2012
cooler morning air
not ready to say goodbye
can't you stay longer
Copyright © Lynne Hanson | Year Posted 2015
Trying to escape:
Hiding behind a keyboard
To spit troll-like words
Copyright © Dan Keir | Year Posted 2015
Gasping for the air
The color lost in your face
It is time… good-bye
Copyright © maritza pagan | Year Posted 2013
step into the train
as cherry blossoms kiss you
a fragrant goodbye.
Copyright © Therese Genota | Year Posted 2015
The end of the world —
I will see you all in hell.
May I rest in peace.
Are hands made to wave?
Before we turn our back on?
This is not goodbye.
Copyright © Nemy Presbitero | Year Posted 2013
As you drive on off
I think we know I'll miss you.
Better left unsaid.
Copyright © Ethan Michaels | Year Posted 2014
Rope around my neck,
I fall, waiting for blackness.
Bliss. Eternal sleep.
Copyright © Rick Eichelberg | Year Posted 2014
Every call I get
I ignore, praying its you
Please make this come true
Copyright © Junior Hayes | Year Posted 2014
The ship drifts to sea
Behind left is a life loved
Though it just can't be
Copyright © Bobbi Myers | Year Posted 2014
I wonder in and out
The Zoo of San Diego
There remains! This monkey’s sadness!
Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2012
Ants are eating oaks:
A dirty unborn is laughing.
Copyright © George Zamalea | Year Posted 2013
Ribbons from her wrist;
dip the bath, to amber still.
Stain her porcelain.
Copyright © John Walton | Year Posted 2014
Daytime brings picnics
Pimps talking and thugs walking
Nighttime just got hear
Copyright © Tony Driskell | Year Posted 2014
fiery red the leaves
shout -- look at me but wind and
rain just smile goodbye
Copyright © David Meade | Year Posted 2014
Red Nose, Swollen Eyes
No more time for me to care
Next box not empty
Copyright © Judy Konos | Year Posted 2013