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A night spent with

To my Best friend Bridget.  She is still "the wind beneath my wings".

And through each hand 
It travels its path
Leaving behind a glazed eye
And disoriented  smile
That frees the soul

And the smokey room
Clears-
An understanding
Of unimportant jokes
Sets her mind in laughter.

And the next one To "Come on down"
Can be you.
Imagine
If you could win the showcase
Ah,What a dream.

And a pop tart
Can very well
Hypnotize your mind.

"Bangity Bang Bang"
Your dead
You sleepy head.

And the peace of mind
Smothers your face. 
Leaving an indescribable urge
To find the perfect pillow
 




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Only a Visitor


                     Going back!
                     Not being a part.
                     A well known return
                     With no book to start.

                     Only a visitor
                     Not able to stay.

                     A worn out excitement
                     To brighten a day


                                  Jennifer Ryan Laur

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Casey's Love affair

Just a boy covering tracks
           On the corner of Wilkens Ave.
           Whispers his passion
           To the salesmen
           Of death!

           Synthesized heaven
           Where high wired souls
           Return to
           The hole
           Sunk into the bed.

           And spectacular rays
           Do not pierce 
           His red lined mirrors.

           Once stained blue
           And young
           And in love - With me.
              
            And now
            He hides his tattoos
            Under a jacket.

            He is still covering tracks.

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Withered satin flesh

Existing
          -Within tormented branches-
           Rose scented thorns
           Uprooted
           Sand --- Stinging
           But still existing.

     Grasping
           -Through fog thickened air-
            Barbed Wire mask
            Distorting the sounds
            And keeping the silence.
            But still existing.

      And naked lines appear
      On withered satin flesh.

      

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Historical Foreshadowing

Historical Foreshadowing

Marring-
The once brilliant Sanctuary
-A commonplace Event-
Without a place.

An opening up
Of old and new torments
And
    Run
        On
           Thoughts

-Half Unanswered-

Stop at the border
-In semidarkness-
The edge of eternity.

Copyright © Jennifer Laur | Year Posted 2019