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librarinth

i live in a literary labyrinth corridors of books lead to doors of books which open to rooms of even more books this media maze just could be a craze stacked in so many ways novels, shorts, and plays mixed … Continue reading

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dozen drops

dry dry days for you and me dry dry days one hundred three but blessed sky brings deliverance diamond drops fly such sweet precipitance the rains have come their sprinkled blessings and bliss poured down yet only on the other … Continue reading

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clarity

concision leaves an incision when overzealous brevity leaves little room for levity when constant clamor for clarity clouds clear vision causing caustic confusion driving dabblers to the rafters and drafters to derision sewing sutures in our futures pouring the past … Continue reading

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heavenly hammock

warm autumn night corner of my eye caught a stunning sight hammock in the sky glowing enough to read the stories told by the faeries who flit and buzz hammock hanging high tied off to two stars if i could … Continue reading

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moonless deep

oh darling moon hiding on the far side of night staying close to your shining sun down the babbling brick lane i run to the flowing strand of colors the faintest blends into the others a thousand windows watch the … Continue reading

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rain rein reign rayn

when the sky fyres cool flicker the haughty hues on the coast of night the evening orb sets like a jewel descends as a sliver of light swiftly following their beloved beyond the veil in those precious hours bald eyes … Continue reading

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innies and outies

the innies and the outies all stood in rows from each family both the same from house to house some in, some out every one was present though varied how they’re berthed the blue ones and the green ones all … Continue reading

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