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In The Depths.

Alone in your darknessDismembered and heartlessAll has been doneThe war fought in and won Stalked from withinThe whole was to endFlashes to the mind are hard to ignoreEven more so now than from before Just one will appeaseAnd cure this … Continue reading

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Three Ravens.

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Moonlight Rains.

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Words Unheard.

To be torn apartOne day at a timeFraught with foreseeingMind versus mind A desolate placeFor one to be sureSurrounded by yearning eyesUnwilling and insecure Slipping through the hoursDripping from the skyThis image of youLeft alone to decide Like words unheardIn … Continue reading

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Undone.

Optimistic Melancholy: A Collection Of Poetic Defiance’s

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Trapped.

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Nocturnally Yours.

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Yesterday Unraveled.

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Pondering My Senses.

Existing consciously. Falling helplessly. Attempting to understand. On a stage so grand. A pinpoint in time. What can we hope to find? A speck in space. Decisions made in haste. Why feel, touch, and imagine. Which is more real the … Continue reading

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Never To Be Said.

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She Was There.

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Rusting In The Cold.

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Releasing.

I moved forwardClawed onwardClimbed the jagged edgeIgnored what was being said Lifted my head highBecame solitary with the skyNever to look downLet all the fears drown The moon and sun are belowThe further I goInto the dark and emptyTo conquer … Continue reading

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Immortal In Death.

Quartered and beheadedThe grave is readiedI will rise once againCertain to bring your end Ran through with a swordBeaten by the hoardI will be foreverTo bring your never Hung from the nooseMy blood let looseI am your higher powerBefore me, you cower Now it … Continue reading

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V-4-III-2

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Letters Never Sent.

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Mr. Tomorrow

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Word Of The Every Other Day.

bruit [ broot ] verb (used with object) to voice abroad; rumor (used chiefly in the passive and often followed by about):The report was bruited through the village. noun Medicine/Medical. any generally abnormal sound or murmur heard on auscultation.Archaic. rumor; report.Archaic. noise; din; clamor. … Continue reading

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Just Another Friday: You Never Can Tell (Flash Fiction)

Dana Rollins awoke every morning at exactly 3:45 AM. By 4:00 Am, her coffee was brewing, and she was in the shower. At 4:12, her shower was completed, and she was drying off her five-foot six-inch one hundred and thirty-five-pound … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Slumber.

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