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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    As a seed, I rest in the innocent darkness Of the earthen cradle to which I have become accustomed. But the grace of your moist lips Gently tapping on my pod Carries me out into blazing daylight. The harshness of the cruel sun Is dampened by your moistness. The outside world overloads my ...
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    Who struck me down I did not Know. His brutish hand drawing nearer to me I could not Feel. I did not See. He came ever closer to me, But I inhaled a peaceful and lightly perfumed Summer day, and I did not Smell his Sweat drenched fist Hurtling through the delightful mist of T...
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    A lovers’ tryst Shrouded by a golden Swath of fabric Draped over two lovers. She dons a silken cape of Swirls, and butterflies Set against his Bestial, and geometric Gown. The sweet submission Into the arms of her beloved Leaves the pale, dark-haired woman grinning peacefully. ...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    People long for an American economy in a world that no longer exists, where main streets flourished with mom and pop shops, and a chocolate shake cost 50 cents, but you can’t blame one monolith corporation for the low cost, low goods economic state that the world is in now. People fondly remembe...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    The thick jungles of Vietnam, once lush with emerald cloth gracing the tops of the russet stalks, were now stained a permanent shade of crimson. Above the treetops, the constant flutter of a helicopter broke the ostensible peace, and Sgt. Renshaw hollered through a radio, “First battalion en r...
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    What the grass perhaps feels A leaf daintily falling down can End the frail life of a grass blade, And the gentle pressure of a foot Can break its brittle bones. The grass can feel the slither Of a snake approaching his prey And the steady spiraling of our Earth That stakes our feet to g...
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    What the grass perhaps feels A leaf daintily falling down can End the frail life of a grass blade, And the gentle pressure of a foot Can break its brittle bones. The grass can feel the slither Of a snake approaching his prey And the steady spiraling of our Earth That stakes our feet to gro...
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    A quilt of color lies beneath it, As it slices the heavens Like a blade through margarine. The geometric pattern seen only By the vigilant eyes Of the single screech skimming Over, around, and through the clouds What a wonder to behold. I might wonder if he Views an equally stunning pros...

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