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    Bonjour, comment allez-vous? Je suis Gabri, à partir de city of lights! Paris! Hello, how are you? Oh, how do you do? Love under the rungs of the Eiffel tower. J'Adore, oh, Notre Dame, a perfect place for lovers To lie back, under Sister Moon. Kon'nichiwa, dono, o genki de...
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    A shadow is basically one of the few remaining fragments a person can cast on this Earth. though they may say that your shadow is based by the position of the sun or the time of day. some think that a shadow and a silhouette and a shadow are the same -- but they're not. They&#...
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    Telling a story Of a nameless girl Waiting for her love beneath a willow tree, ever so silently Its branches consoling, not unlike a mother's arms. Crying softly from time to time Praying she hear little Hear nothing of her dear sweetheart's death. The world for her isn'...
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    Amazing at first, But what you can't see Is that the weapon is a fully-able knife. Or maybe you do; Or maybe you know; That there will be hell to pay. Yet the sword is charming, And you say, "So what do I know?" You think that but throw the thought away. And ju...
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    Creak, clank, back and forth The kettle is whistling in the background Distant and easily ignored by your ears Creak, clank, back and forth The pot waits at the counter; its waiting to hold tea For a moment, at least, you manage to ignore the crash of falling fine china, Rocking away f...
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    Fresh and innocent and, above all, very beautiful everybody wants the new things long since done with the old making it so that the new have to be protected from corruption. it starts with a look, a simple petty want, then morphs to a crazy, irrational need - before that too become...
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    They berate you and try to bring you down Breaking you in, like a beast to the pound But they cannot tame you, You are what you are, And that is quite natural. There's a step in your strut, And a swing to your hips; You were one of the few born With a word poised right on your...
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    A chest is privy to All matters of theft, hate, spite and deceit For, foolishly, man believes That whatever holds enough value to remain locked away Must hide immense worth, and hence wealth. Even if it means battling to their death The soldiers of greed cannot teach themselves to Bo...
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    For half our lives or so We lay, not waking Dead to the world, and still alive. Our thoughts to dreams, Our hearts to song, And all that mystical what-not. A logical mind crumbles to foam of the sea While you wait for this period of time to be over. For even the strongest soul - ...
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    For all of you who may not know This is not a knock-off of Edgar Allen Poe. I do not take what isn't mine For that would be crossing a very fine line. THE YOUNG RAVEN She's courtly and smiling to all who survey They chortle and giggle, eyeing her sparkle each with their own...
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    Jack, or whatever his name is, picked a pack of peppers Or something along that line However that old rhyme goes. I know a dog, Whose attitude isn't spicy like peppers But sweeter than chocolate, Not the bittersweet kind. I know a man Who is a ranger and tough But calls hi...
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    A walking almanac Can be better than An encyclopedia incarnate, Or all those things I am. You were nice and caring, but slightly naive Hearing out my every word day and night from that first grade. So when it seems I was mean - And, yes, I know I was - Or that when I kicked you to ...
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    Most of the time, it's gone as quick as it came But just this once the thunder decided to stay. You learned many things, Listening in awe and fascination, And sometimes conversing... You lost him twice, Yet so managed to find him again and again, No matter the damage caused. ...
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    It chips and cracks, and thrives in decay And never truly breaks or fades away. Trapped in a deal - one you regret - Like the ring stuck on some people's second ol' finger. Whatever tis' is, Most people in the right mind hate; Despise, even; Twisting and turning as i...
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    Chapter by chapter and page by page Ever so slowly does it don on you the errors of your ways You wish you could find a route out of this, or even turn back the clock And maybe, oh, maybe you wish there to be a fairy godmother sweeping in to save the day -- But you can't go back on your...
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    Twinkling in the distance Ever so far away So near but so far Never to be touched by a human hand Or tainted by the fingerprints of another being Stars are said to be floating balls of gas But that is a scientific explanation. Really, stars are like lamp-posts that light up the sky, ...
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    Hair black as night Eyes red as dawn Contrary to her sisters Blonde and innocent by day This is a girl Who has all her life Been locked away, And so she will remain, Until her death-day. One Blue runes That sparkle and gleam Around the room...
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    I knew you for years Before I fell into your trap Since I was six, I believe. You told me sweet things And whispered in my ear, Forever daring me to dream. "How was your day?" So on and so forth. It didn't stop, But all you were was a fly in my ear, An irritating l...
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    I walk away from my sad reality, blue with tears - ones not my own; cold sand under my feet, piercing me and I still don't feel a thing, I just continue going straight ahead, until my dress hangs limp with wet. I'm in a salty mood, not at all sweet; waiting until I fly away up off...
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    Winking slightly, to amuse my people trying desperately to hide the grimace I bear on my face. Back rim-rod straight, all the while acting the part being the leader I'm supposed to be. I'm not royal truly, but still, they look to me come to me for answers, their reluctant confi...
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    When I was four, I started to see strange things My mother and my father took me to be baptized, and even once bathed me in holy water and rose petals, told me to admit my retellings were just tall tales. Nothing worked, and then one day my favorite stuffed animal - ironically, a frog ...
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    In a land whose name was forgotten long, long ago Sits a tiny village, a fair picture once dusted with sparkling, white snow. Beside each hearth sits a picture, commemorating a girl Who, once upon a time, was thought a joy and believed to be the town’s pearl. Legend has it she lost her lif...
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    How he waited, staring through the window longingly Sitting there, bothered by everything – might it be a person or a bee Oh, it was tiring, never seeing winter, dying ‘til the spring Looking in from the outside, seeing everyone bound together by a ring. For each new family never staye...
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    The air smelt sweet of horse and hay, The stable walls were filled with holes, and mice did indeed thrive in the decay. Past filled were the water troves, tumbled were the weeds Nothing else was there to do but place the flower seeds. So sat Tim, the stableman, pondering what to do with hi...
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    She was born in the clouds, a place no one knows much of But that wasn’t much fun for her, eternally trapped above. She knew most everything she could by her tenth time around By her hundredth, she was simply dreaming of the ground. One by one, her sisters left her – looking for someth...

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