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Premium MemberStory from an Impoverished Heart 2
by Frederic Parker
I fade into shadows of loneliness,
And disappear where the darkness now falls.
Silence I seek, not from reclusiveness,
Rather a guise when the emptiness  calls.
How long...

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Categories: reclusiveness, beauty, creation, myth, planet,
QUEEN OF BOTH LIGHTS
by Edlynn Nau
QUEEN OF BOTH LIGHTS

Ah yes....Venus! Queen of both evening and first light.
Air of my breath, blood of my heart, 
cause of my sight.
If from stardust...

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Categories: reclusiveness, christmas, city, england, loneliness,
A Cambridge Lamentation
by Carl Halling
This place is always a little lonely 
At the weekends...no noise and life, 
I like solitude, 
But not in places 
Where's there's recently been 
A...

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Categories: reclusiveness, introspectionme,
loneliness
by Albert Ahearn
I am a stranger. My reclusiveness
And painful lonesomeness in my exile
Is severe. But yet in my aloofness
I contemplate an unknown charming isle
And this meditation surfeits...

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Categories: reclusiveness, depression, inspirational, life,
Depth of the Well
by Tamara Hillman
Slowly I am lowered to the bottom of the well.

Light from above grows dim.

Darkness envelops me.

I sink deeper, drowning in waters of hopeless dispair.

Robe and...

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