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Categories: remoteness, mountains,
MOUNTAINS
by Susan Ellis
Living in the mountains experiencing their beauty everyday
Appreciating their magnificence and remoteness where they lay
Although clustered closely together larger than the mountains so vast
The midnight...

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Categories: remoteness, goodbye,
Premium MemberSo Far Away
by Laura Loo
I noticed today you are so far away, 
I felt the remoteness of the distance-
Since you’ve been gone, I’ve not much to say,
you have shielded...

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Categories: remoteness, beach, beautiful,
Dunes
by ilene bauer
Our feet sank in the sand as we
Went walking through the dunes.
I haven't hiked on land like that
In many many moons.

Then suddenly we turned a...

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Categories: remoteness, feelings, loss,
Cerebration
by Manoj Kumar
The random swaying of the truck on broken roads roused me from my slumber. The same random swaying that had pushed me past the threshold...

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Categories: remoteness, longing,
Find Me At Six---Beyond
by Leon Datu



Find me NOT kindling a  low bonfire
as a single toll begins the night---
in every remoteness, each glee
you come offering ash-coal pebbles

how can seasons return;...

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Categories: remoteness, natural disasters, nature,
Premium MemberCaves - Ins and Outs
by John Anderson
Caves are dark, dank, sinister havens for rising damp
Mere cavities in the ground, veiled from light of day
Yet caves are heralded, admired and cherished
For a...

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Categories: remoteness, absence, adventure, lost, lost
Sand Dunes
by Benjamin David
She stared up, intently, watching the Peruvian skies pass composedly above. She was dazed and disorganised about the steps leading her hither. Her eyes descended...

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Categories: remoteness, introspection, peace, solitude,
Premium MemberI love to be quiet
by Broken Wings
quiet
a few hours     ofsolitude   and silence
detached          and withdrawn
fromeverything  ...

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Categories: remoteness, art, poetry, poets, solitude,
Premium Member''A few Quiet Hours''
by Broken Wings
A few quiet hours of solitude, detached from life by choice,
      Apart and withdrawn from humanity - the world;
Solitude, tranquility...

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Categories: remoteness, april, fantasy, lonely, youth,
BLOSSOMS AND BUBBLES
by Andrew Crisci
Elisa is very beautiful and young,
but her silly mind isn't that strong;
yesterday she marked age thirty
on her calendar not feeling gritty.
In a lively garden with...

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Categories: remoteness, journey, life, native american,
End Of A Path
by Darlene Smith
I have walked this path for all my life;
Following ancient footsteps.
Chasing Tecumseh's dream;
Guided by ThunderBeing.

Often in darkness;
I traveled alone.
Always circling back;
To my peoples' home.

Walking a...

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Categories: remoteness, love,
Premium MemberThought
by Mario DE PAZ
It’s night
And I think of you so far away
And I annullify with thought the remoteness
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Categories: remoteness, age, angst, cry, deep,
Premium MemberWEEPING WILLOW
by Verlena S. Walker
The breeze of the morn she sought.
     Her eyes were wild, as she thought.
Her hands tremble like a leaf on a...

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Categories: remoteness, art,
Cocktail
by Satish Verma
Beings of erotica were 
at the gates of heaven.
Shell-shocked,the city was becoming political
but people were absconding.

It was global warming 
for obscenity. The remoteness
was collapsing and...

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Categories: remoteness, confusion, death, lost love,
I Smote Thy Heart- Richard Pickett
by Poet Destroyer A
" I Smote Thy Heart" 

by~ Richard Pickett

Upon the morrow, I shall take aim
with this slender feathered shaft at the heart of thee,
it shall pierce...

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Categories: remoteness, imagination, introspection
That Rose And I
by Albert Ahearn
Though a lone rose in yonder bed
Blooms all alone in remoteness
Its regal grace reaches beyond
Its small cultivated confines.
Its blood-red petals capture
Sensuous eyes of passerby's;
Thoughts of...

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Categories: remoteness, dedication, introspection, on writing
WILL WE LET THE MIND REST?
by Andrew Crisci
Due to a lack of inspiration,
even this weary pen won't flow...
thoughts freeze and allow confusion...
when stillness seems a wind that doesn't blow. 


By letting the...

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Categories: remoteness, mysterytruth,
Smiley
by rinki nandy
Curve on the lips pointing towards the left, 
purpose in concealing smile by theft,
fear concluding the tilt dutifully kept,
sheen so sacred for the humanly unkempt,
lie...

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Categories: remoteness, inspirationallight, light, love,
PERTURBATIONS OF NUANCES
by Eric Siedzikowski
I avoid the light that invades the space of the windows
because it perturbs the nuances of my thoughts:those
frigid sepulchral memories of yesteryears' love lying
uniformly beyond...

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Categories: remoteness, visionarylight, light, love,
Perturbations Of Nuances
by Eric Siedzikowski
I avoid the light that invades the space of the windows
Because it perturbs the nuances of my thoughts:those
Frigid sepulchral memories of yesteryear's love lying
Uniformly beyond...

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Categories: remoteness, adventure, allegory, angst, animals,
DISTANT VOICE
by Satish Verma
Today I will shed my body
and meet you halfway at watery address.
My eyes were not blinking to hold the clouds.

To live or not to live...

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Categories: remoteness, death, life, social, sympathy,
Heartless
by Mark Hansen
Frozen time sands of crispy interval,
Felt by every walking voyage underfoot.
Moveless waves showing compassion remoteness,
Never moving the minute hand,
Leaving lips of hour-glass speechless.
Breezy chill jaunting...

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Categories: remoteness, faith, imagination, life, mystery,
Under Feet
by Mark Hansen
Beneath Your Breath,
Surly can be the whirlwind,
Wiping me into the remoteness abyss.
Hands that grip,
Single sand of grain,
May be my new given name.
Eyes set ablaze,
One fevered...

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Categories: remoteness, adventure, imagination, mystery, peace,
A DAY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
by Andrew Crisci
I dreamt of a bygone past
through a real vision of mind,and
with wide-open eyes:  so real
was the lively dream
that all my senses savored
it as long...

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Categories: remoteness, life, autumn,
FINALLY HEADING HOME
by Andrew Crisci
Finally heading home,
going dowhill;
not being afraid
of a sudden fall...

The baseballfield
has the appearance 
of a battlefield,
opponents teams fiercily compete;
I glance at them
with great admiration,
lauding their aspiration
as...

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