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I Am Not My Fear
I feel I am drowning
In open air,
Clawing at dirt that isn’t there
No one sees my distress—
No one really cares
Clacking, scraping sounds
Of glasses and plates
Echoes of breathing and voices
Assault my senses,
And still I cannot breathe…

Even as...

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Categories: rebecca, anxiety, appreciation, fear, growth, hope, lost, pain,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Bigger than You Think
Bigger than YOU Think

The internet, 
is large... indeed. 
It starts here and never ends. 
It just starts over somewhere else. 

In the beginning AOL, 
time spent waiting to connect. 
Now we sail across the sea,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, addiction, allah, america, angel, appreciation, assonance, august,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Last Book of Rebecca
    THE LAST BOOK OF REBECCA
There did come out from the land of in between,
where no mind has ever been before,
the spirit of the space,
and it did say unto Rebecca
I have come...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, abuse, addiction, america, betrayal, black african american,
Form: Blank verse
My Words Do Not Match Yours
Insignificant,
My proses are nothing without you-
but scribbles, through and through
I dream a dark weary blur
of letters, a phrases, going by in a flur-
Even that; my thoughts seeming simple
even then it lacks luster given by you-
the...

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Categories: rebecca, angst, beauty, creation, growth, heart, introspection, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Make it out alive
There isn't a place that I hide
I'm trapped inside a maze, let me write
incase I don't make it out alive
Because I feel the storm coming
I'm so forthcoming about my shortcomings
Exercise my feelings, so even if...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, death, deep, depression, discrimination, leaving, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Stop Killing My Country
Stop Killing My Country

Accused of political banter, 
to speak the words, God Bless, 
and America in the same sentence. 
Bespeaking the fear, 
of being proud, 
just to be born in a land free from tyranny....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, allah, america, anti bullying, chocolate, christian, introspection,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Mask of Fate
The Mask of Fate
(This poem deals with the Corona Virus. 
It is very intense.)

My kid's school called.  
The college. 
They said that there had been...
a national concern; regarding the Sun. 
No... 
That was not...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, abortion, anxiety, death, death of a friend,
Form: Narrative
Time's Loving Deceit
Anger flies with swift wings
As tedious pleas for more time reverberate through his mind
He is the servant of Time- yet takes the blame
When her clawed hand unwinds the clock
He, the sovereign of the dark, the...

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Categories: rebecca, corruption, dark, deep, desire, grief, loss, lust,
Form: Free verse
Don't let me die without
Don't let me die without writing this first
I'm fighting the hurt
Bleeding with ink, crying with words
Let me write this before I'm lying in dirt
Don't take this as a suicide note, but tomorrow isn't promised
Take it...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, dark, death, deep, depression, goodbye, growth,
Form: Free verse
You Know
Yes, my dear, you know,
You are my source of joy, rejuvenation, hope
I need your emotion spread onto my life,
I need your heart to sing among the darkness surrounding
Do not let our words run dry
Together, in...

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Categories: rebecca, emotions, friendship, happiness, joy, love, peace, writing,
Form: Ode
To My Best Friend Becca
Dear Becca, Rebecca, or Moose, (Whatever your heart prefers! )
It has been my deepest inclination to write you a poem,
Befitting your absolute beauty, and expressing my thanks for your loyalty
You are constant and true, giving,...

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Categories: rebecca, appreciation, beautiful, best friend, cheer up, dedication,
Form: Ode
Incase I end up alone
There's a lot of pain inside of me that I think should be known
I've held my tongue, tried to do right by others my whole life
Love, heartbreak, Betrayal, I've felt a lot and seen a...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, deep, devotion, emotions, goodbye, heart, how i
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dinner for two, don't mind if I do

Dinner for two, don’t mind if I do

I’d like you to bring me a dinner for two -
A serving for me and a serving for you.
I’ll order up something that we two can share.
Please bring...

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Categories: rebecca, food, friend, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Reminisce
He            started to seep himself into my shaken body              
	 ...

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© Rebecca C  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, childhood, confusion, lossbody,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Love is truth-a joy for ever-w
True love never dies it’s black and white in books
Love is not love that alters when  finds alteration
Love stories are fantasies giving joy to the world
Ideal love is an object set for lovers, for...

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Categories: rebecca, beauty, joy, love, , literature,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member Love is truth-a joy for ever-
 
True love never dies it’s black and white in books
Love is not love that alters when finds alteration
Love stories are fantasies giving joy to the world
Ideal love is an object set for lovers, for...

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Categories: rebecca, joy, love, truth, , literature,
Form: Sestina
Flowers for the living
Life can leave you blinded at times, so I'm trying to appreciate what I can vision 
I've got a few good people in my life, but I've got some that are missing 
Why do we...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, death, dedication, deep, inspiration, truth, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
The Harbinger of Doom
I descended the wretched trench of lies with willing defeat,
My heart severed too many times to ever even care
Of what horrors lay beneath

I face the unknown with a corrupt thirst
I have seen these familiar twisted...

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Categories: rebecca, adventure, anger, angst, anxiety, conflict, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
Circa February 28th 1968 The Former Leiper Estate
Circa February 28th, 1968 - The Former Leiper Estate

Soon after our family settled
into the sprawling estate
named "Glen Elm" approximate
half century old from date
mentioned in title, said treasure
rosy Gypsy foretold fate

Harriet Harris, (daughter
of Antebellum Rebecca great
Kuritsky...

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Categories: rebecca, 2nd grade, anniversary, dad, farewell, fire, grief,
Form: Free verse
Hallmark Fan Brigade
We Are Who We Are

We are the HFB
All my crazy and loving friends and me,
Everyday I try to relax and chill
And share my day and chat with Jill,
When I’m really down and feeling lowly
My best...

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Categories: rebecca, funny, people, me, books, books, hope, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ma'am
The Webb’s my second Mommy and Daddy of the year ; It’s only June
 Mr. Carver, the social worker rambles on as we pull into the driveway 
 My five year old eyes open wide...

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Categories: rebecca, childhood, family, sadhumorous, me, home, home, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Run Through in Babylon
Run Through in Babylon

Friends, I wish to speak, 
but they have cut out my tongue. 
So I fumble...

Instead,
I hear your words, they are strong, 
and your passion true. 
However, it is the content of which,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, abortion, allah, america, angel, anger, appreciation, atheist,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member What Party Are YOU
What Party Are You?

Huh?
Does it matter?
Who I voted for? 
I am alive, 
so it was legal. 
I have not been dead, 
for thirty years. 
Surely that is enough. 

If I tell you this or that,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, allah, america, atheist, metaphor, patriotic, political, racism,
Form: Narrative
Blue
This girl that I once thought was beautiful
And when I first saw her, it was like phew!
She seemed at first like she was likeable
But became a person I no longer knew

As like the weather she...

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Categories: rebecca, write,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All the Things
All The Things
	
Grandma told me to be mindful. She used to tell me that when I was a kid. What exactly that meant did not completely become clear to me, until after she was gone....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: rebecca, 12th grade, abortion, absence, abuse, addiction, adventure,
Form: Narrative