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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    Bank Left and Right To avoid the voitures and snag a pastry Four months before But for years craved more. Take them their frites and wipe away the croissant flakes Watch and assist as livres perused Paint the dividing flow No, too cliché, too devoid of talent Lunch on baguette and brie with...
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    Tips in glades Sail in between the bumps At sunrise for trials Then inside to outfit. Or maybe be drawn up with the rowdy crowd I'll serve come dusk. What if I introduce my passion, Get a leg up for later and teach what I love? From here, from now, cross the rivers and the rocks Black ...
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    Visions reveal browsing stoops Shunning meat and sporting hemp. Picket fences may be what the window shows now But in years, wipe away the grime and bare The bums The flea market The gridded life...
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    Sin before the white engulfs Noon rising until with my sunshines A little life before giving. Serve the shots before retiring the glass, François' football for a revolution or three Don the velvet facade for the believers. Wade through the pond Resume with the slightest click A bli...
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    The Oxford comma, the Queen's comma, the serial comma. Call it what you may, but it's practical, vital, and a gift to the English language. See how it was used there? No, still can't find it? Well, it's the last comma in the second sentence. The job of the Oxford comma is to separate the penulti...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    If I could capture you, To have forever, to always see, To keep, to hold the memory Upon the white, under the pine A finish. Miles and miles and miles, then stop. Pull off, look up, Look out. A glimpse of other peaks, A slow descent of light while I, for once, stand still For once, looki...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    Ebony nor snow Holds the truth, only does gray, Crisscrosses, and blurs...

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