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Color of grief

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The crimson stream of agony and pain       The screams from her dreams could not stop fate Her victim's death is turning love insane Everyday remembering lover’s fate Nothing she can...

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Moose season

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Jerk This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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I love your voice, your soft brown hair. I love your eyes and love your stare. I love your laugh, your cocky smirk, your stupid jokes. You precious jerk, you know I do. I want my hands...

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Lost Lovers

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     In silent sorrow death may lieunshaken in a turbid shorethat brings not truth, nor blinds the eyebut tides away forgotten lore.And if by chance or luck may seea...

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