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A Sport Sonnet

Hot weather makes practices exhaust me. Stressful drills leave teams down and sorrowful. During rest, we get shade under a tree, Afterwards we all feel more powerful. As games start,...

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Longing

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Cigarette

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You & Me

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I saw you today, But you're not as I remember. Your eyes no longer sparkle, You've changed since last September. You were so full of life, Yet now you are so cold. Your...

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An Unfettered World

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A Loom of Memories

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Fire or Ice

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Little Shoes, nestled in a cradling box, love is the air in your adolescent lungs. Lie for a while with your ear against the earth, and you'll hear the cry of when the soil was young....

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