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Copyright © JEAN MURRAY | Year Posted 2015
Copyright © Gholamreza Zarban | Year Posted 2016
Copyright © Rhoda Monihan | Year Posted 2016
Copyright © Richard Autry | Year Posted 2014
Unfathomably vast universe. Look at me!!
Copyright © Tom Quigley | Year Posted 2016
And yet, no one sees her eyes sadden
As she smiles
Copyright © Snigdha Pakala | Year Posted 2015
Akin to a suicide bomber
Self hurt a must
Copyright © Bishop Ezeh | Year Posted 2014
reset at zero
all things homogeneous
return and be one
Copyright © Ronaldo Vigo | Year Posted 2014
enough of the comedy routine
tired of myself
Copyright © Dan Ravasio | Year Posted 2013
Nobody told God "less is more" so He used more to make me.
Copyright © GERT WEWEGE | Year Posted 2017
Building of vile
A powerful waterfall
Copyright © Jacqueline Rodriguez | Year Posted 2014
The moral taint
Copyright © Volodymyr Knyr | Year Posted 2017
Did you see me, right here hidden among the others writing?
Copyright © DM Babbit | Year Posted 2016
Finally seeing so clearly,
Aiming a little higher, for me.
Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2015
Abandoned and neglected
Alone in the dark.
On a reachable ladder.
Copyright © D. C. | Year Posted 2015
Slips slowly into the dark
Of physical pain
Copyright © Sarah Williams | Year Posted 2016
prefers to self-tryst.
Copyright © Volodymyr Knyr | Year Posted 2015
Tragedy and Comedy
Blended and Beaten
Memories last a lifetime
Copyright © Kileem Al Lishmiin | Year Posted 2013
second nature second hand
born in fire to fire
Copyright © Gun Poet | Year Posted 2014
You are a monster
The saddest part of the tale
I already know
Copyright © Graeme Collins | Year Posted 2014
words cut me razor
ignore me replace me now
but i still love you
Copyright © Jason Roberts | Year Posted 2013
I live a life, in perpetuity, of almost always being done. ~TH~
Copyright © Tom Hitt | Year Posted 2015
Trembling like a leaf
The present now forgotten