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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    To every single thing that comes in my stride. From the winds which play sweet melodies like the fragrance of the flowers that bounce down the vale. From the rivers which fetch the trees a thousand tiny drops of sea so creamy and rich that I see the foliage turn greener...
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    There's nothing Going wrong. That made me Think of the times, When things were easy. There was a hole In my heart Which was filled Up with the redolence Of the stones. I would walk past Every corridor, My footprints piercing Through the linoleum As I sip my tea. ...
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    Hairs, bristle. They stand On thin Stratums of Ecru flesh. I look Outside the Door, waiting For raindrops To kiss. The gravel Is cinereous And I Can feel Goodbyes coming. The night Is black, As if I don't Know that. I am Waiting for Someone, something....
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    Ripples of vermilion surrounded the two of them. It’s a Monday. It’s the day which is marked on his calendar. Gaudy red ink circled two voluptuous, naked bodies. Scintillating eyes looked submissively at the two figures. Awnings drew down as he descended his eyeballs. Eyelids were pulled, sticki...
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    Mackintosh, A birthday Gift from S. A bunch Of pomes, From the B. Disappearance From the Streams of R. Water slid Through Crevices in T. Cries and Squeaks From M. Wafting And drifting Away- H. Stuck in The laces Of H. Quinces Taste L...
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    I was Sitting Among Shadows. Waiting For the Light. I was Looking At the Ferns. Waiting For apple Blossom. I was Stuck in A peplum Dress. Waiting For my Blue jeans. I was Listening To the Silence. Waiting For it To shout. I was Holdin...
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    She was a lot more than I expected her to me. The day- motionless, quiet, arcane. It was a bit dim, though. The lights flickered. Flickered, clasping me, spreading themselves on velvety bedlinen- spruced up. The backwaters of my mind were ignited. The curtains ruffled. The sound. It was winding d...
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    Stuffed in A corner Of my Shoe. Lost among Little hints Of broken Stars. Cinching the Base of A broken Demitasse. Being smeared And doomed Under my Footprints. Jitterbugging with The whirl Of my Skirt. Being lost And found Among crimson Pages. Being et...
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    Paws, Firm on The ground. Eyes, Sliding with The raindrops. Wind, Making the Hair bristle. Bosom, Lying on The gravel. Body, Coiled like A cannikin. Hair, Kiss and Make love. Raindrops Entwined and Poor mongrel Paced away....
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    The sky changes Everyday. Nasty way. Takes my wings In its swings. You're meant to shine. Fail to keep your promise, And I'll make you cry. The sky teaches Me To cry. I spend my days In its grass. You're meant to shine. Fail to keep your promise, And I'...
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    When you sing, The flowers glimmer, The trees move, The air gets filled with love And I want to sing with you. When you sing, You extinguish the fire. You expunge the heat, You make the fabric change its colour And the moon lets out harmonies. When you sing, Your pages flutter like ...
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    The wavelengths of the three flickered unrelated, each quivering under the mighty ripples of sunlight spread across the backwaters of their respective machineries. The first wireless was squeaking at points which was a deliberate attempt to twitch the listeners' ears. The other two were per...
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    He worked for Starbucks To finish the leftovers. He wandered about the streets To get lost. He bought a shirt To use as a quilt. He used cotton candy To shove away the spiders. He wore a silken robe To meet Kate Middleton. He wed a burglar Who stole his heart. He played golf To sit on ...
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    When I am trapped in convoluted strings Issuing trouble, melancholy and fears, It is he who clasps me tight and brings Forth my glee from blood covered tears. He lies in my ticker and the breaths I heave. And with every high and low, He becomes the muse for the dream I weave. He is holier th...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    I see that rich bloke On the fancy Browing Street, And also his servant boy yonder. He was fat and soak In gold his hands and feet. And it made the little boy wonder In his shrivelled, dry skin (That was breaking off And falling on the ground) Whether it was a previous sin That hath made h...
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    He turned the doorknob To see it move. He lifted the carpet To see the floor. He held you in his arms To see how you weigh. He bought a plant To see how it grew. He washed his hands with soap To get its scent. He looked up at the sky To see if it had changed. He wrote this poem To see...
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    What durst thou learn of I? Apart from givin' scathy, scornful eyes Upon my working on the floor That lay in dirt and muck. I hath eyed thy double chin As thee threw thy jewels by Of which I so yearned wear that me cries Every dawn to bore With the pang that I be bereft of luck And w...
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    This guy in my classroom remarked one day That he wanted less of house time. And the teachers were surprised at this say. They considered him to be sublime Though falsely, of course. He Said he wanted more hours by the clock To mingle with the She. The teachers howled wildly. "Walk O...
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    The sweat trickled from her face And the moon cried. The snow melted down her skin And the curtains changed pink. Her chair swung back And she somersaulted down the way. The cake boiled and cried And the muffins held their crumbs about. The day wasn't at it's usual pace And the s...
  • Poetry > Haiku
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    I took the train back; I hate moving washrooms and Boring passengers....
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    Her brown hair around: Like autumn leaves kept on me And the twilight breeze. It shook my yoke so; For I had never been there In thy vale yonder. And then start to walk; My footsteps yonder, nigh you; Of which I dreamt of....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I travelled across mounts and vales, And saw neither folk that meets The wants of my tales. I travelled far and wide Until the sun ate me feets. And imposed heat I couldn't abide. Hail the mighty sunshine bright! As I saw the fields go. O soldier! Wear thy armour tight Or it may feed o...
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    If you live the writerly life, You'll know what is to cry. If you know what it is to cry, You'll cherish the tiniest things you see. If you cherish the tiniest things you see, Bliss shall take hold of you. If bliss takes hold of you, You'll be the master of your trade. ...
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    "Ain't ya a feet too short?" Quoth a bloke in town. I pray the idea of size to abort From the doings of men. What hath the height got That no theory can compete? Oft many a men of little size Hath done quite a thing But the world pays heed to Jejune talks of stupidity. Divo...
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    The door stood, antediluvian and cold, With wooden shavings spread around, And so filthy that o'er worst days I shan't enter or hold The doorknob on which bound Squalor of the London ways. And the floor which held Tissues and crap And gargantuan blots of spew That once when Lo...

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