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Poems by Nicholas Beddoo

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12/25/2019 We Are Focused 175 Free verse
12/25/2019 Train of Thought 351 Free verse
04/09/2019 Triumph 270 Free verse
04/09/2019 Love Is a Secluded Fabric 317 Free verse
12/14/2018 Only One 180 Free verse
11/06/2018 Reassurance 296 Free verse
10/26/2018 Truth 204 Free verse
10/18/2018 If You Only Knew 267 Free verse
10/18/2018 What I Said 315 Haiku
10/11/2018 Grandma Ruth 290 Rhyme
10/10/2018 Drive To Success 319 Free verse
10/10/2018 She Liked To Knit 239 Free verse
10/10/2018 Submit To Shambles 206 Free verse
10/10/2018 What the Serpent Severed 368 Haiku
10/10/2018 The Change 257 Free verse
10/10/2018 Desert Intervention 287 Free verse
10/10/2018 Madison Lane 231 Rhyme
10/04/2018 What Really Happened To Shrek 643 Iambic Pentameter
10/03/2018 Most Random Title You Won'T Forget 458 Haiku
10/03/2018 Why I Went To Jail 474 Free verse
10/03/2018 Divorce 203 Free verse
10/03/2018 Fire In Eyes 263 Rhyme
09/19/2018 Loyal 315 Rhyme
09/17/2018 The Bullet Lodged 254 Rhyme
09/06/2018 Pierce 278 Rhyme
09/06/2018 Lighthouse On the Sea 492 Rhyme


Quote Left Be a brush. Paint a picture, and leave a legacy. Show the world that no matter if the death of blackness, or the blood of red, the calm green of nature or the crashing blue of waters rising out of a riverbed, that you can use all the world throws at you to paint a beautiful picture of an image that has never been thought of and a story that has never been told. Quote Right
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