Daily Archives: September 9, 2016

Poem – Loving You

I don’t care what people say They keep telling me that I’m just wasting my time Voices wanting me to break it off Convincing me to save myself from the hurt The hurt they think you’re going to put me … Continue reading

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Poem – Lost & Confused

I’m so lost right now So lost in a world that’s so unknown to me I’m falling from the skies and don’t know whether to fight for survival or to just keep falling Seeing darkness ahead I stand in wonder … Continue reading

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Poem – Three Poems By Heart

I I can’t find the title of a memory about you with a hand torn from darkness I step on fragments of faces soft friendly profiles frozen into a hard contour circling above my head empty as a forehead of … Continue reading

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Poem – To My Bones

In my sleep it rips throughmy meagre skin throws off the red bandage of the flesh and goes strolling through the room my monument a little incomplete one can be prodigal with tears and blood what will endure here the … Continue reading

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Poem – Why The Classics

1 In  the fourth book of the Peloponnesian War Thucydides tells among other things the story of his unsuccessful expedition among long speeches of chiefs battles sieges plague dense net of intrigues of diplomatic endeavours the episode is like a … Continue reading

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