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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    -Where does it hurt? 2 inches deep in my chest, a little to the left. Yeah, right there. -When did the pain start? Like three nights ago, after a phone call. -How would you describe it? Like I was on the magic rug, you know, all happy, then someone pulled it from right under my feet. -I...
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    Culture. I’m wearing culture. wouldn’t have these jeans on if they weren’t accepted by our teen culture. Culture is bigger to us than our parents. Culture, is our second conscience. The same conscience that told Lance Armstrong that doping is okay Culture, dictates what we buy and ho...
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    Me and the new moon were born on the corner where a drunk dad’s ways intersect with a mother’s deep clinical depression. A place so dark God’s hand won’t reach into because he just knows something will bite. I slept with a handed-down teddy bear so worn out there was no more happiness to ...
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    Take a look at humans and you can tell that when we play chess against ourselves, we set the game up perfectly on one side so that we can win effortlessly on the other side. Almost as if we’re afraid of playing our hardest against ourselves and losing. And maybe it’s true. maybe t...
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    Let me ask you something, Hitler Can YOUR birds sing? ‘Cause I don’t hear any music here in Auschwitz. I tell myself I’ll hear them sing again someday, but if there’s anything you’ve opened my eyes to is that there just isn’t enough miracles to go around. And these wounds...
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