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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I find myself attracted to impossibility (a most curious phenomenon): grabbing at something (hardly there) only to find it oozing through the cracks in my (sunny-day)imagination. I let it patter on the roof of my mind- raining improbability into the gutters of life, only it recycles ...
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    I went sinking in a lake of stars Upside-down and exactly perfect. I found the bottom and it was the top. That's when I began to drown, and came alive....
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    There is something Sincere In the Clearwater air. Something that makes me think of- No, It's just impossibility...
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    Smoke Is the color of Love: Only half there, Half Making your head dizzy Before it gets Carried away And you disappear in a Haze....
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    Fire: That’s an interesting idea. Fire: And you think it will burn us And You think I’m still going to Spontaneously combust. Fire: Sometimes I think you’re just jealous Because I’m playing with Fire: And you’re afraid....
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    I thought you were a dream And when I woke up And saw you there- In your surrealism- I thought maybe I’d finally died. But good things only happen in nightmares And then I cried....
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    My friend once asked me Why I looked so sad, and (laughing) I told her (only half a lie) that I was just thinking, and It seemed so odd For her to wonder. (I thought) Maybe if she opened her (brown) eyes And really bothered to Look (without sunglasses), She might see what color t...
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    Some wounds fade with time, healing until they are barely more than a scar, a constant reminder of what has come to pass. Other wounds stay with you forever, etching themselves into you until you can no longer see where you end, and they begin. They fester inside of you, welling until you can no lon...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    I wake up with my head in dreamland put my feet down and let my heart tumble set my brain to autopilot when I don't know where its taking me, and I dive into a sea breeze and get carried away. (chorus) I'm all of the romanticist with only half the love I'm flying through ...
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    i sometimes find myself drawn to this intangible impossibility of imperceptible hopefulness only to find that the moment i grasp its insecure, wispy existence it wafts away on a thin trail of intangibly impossible winter air blown by the depths of my cruel imagination. and as i let thos...
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    I stare blankly at my shoes as they scuff against the pavement, hoping for something interesting to reveal itself, so I can avoid the faces that surround me. I tuck my chin firmly into my gray scarf, shielding myself from the bitter chill of the wind, as well as my own inability to pretend that ther...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    this is for when you broke my heart, and this is for when you came back and sewed me together again. this is for when you left me in the dirt, and this is for when you offered me your hand to help me up. this is for when you made me stare at the sun, and this is for when you bou...
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    They say “Be yourself” As though it is Some great milestone Only halfway to Greatness, but Nobody really knows What they are, and (I’m not talking about atoms) so They smile and Carbon copy their neighbor, and Anyways, it’s better to be somebody than nobody. They pay their ten...
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