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Poetry Written While Tired

I’m tired and in a funk, so here’s some poems. Again, I make no promises. Assume that they’re neither good nor terrible. Good A life like a long line of disappointments Darkness like the night sky Spread with stars glittering … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

Lost and Found There isn’t a simple way to say Walking through the mossy forest Damp with dew and life anew Mud and chorus frogs and mushroom tops And a better world dripping from the leaves What I’m really feeling … Continue reading

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The Art of Saying Goodbye

The Art of Saying Goodbye That golden morning, the world seemed Poised and perfect, picturesque As dew on grass from sunlight gleamed Beneath a sky both warm and cold Waves on beaches washed ashore Stranded serpents, strangled silence And tiny … Continue reading

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Waiting on Snow

Waiting on Snow Between equinoxes When the world withers And waits to die again When summer’s abundance Lays the foundation for life To live again The geese are gone Mosquitoes sleep And dream of perspiring necks Ruffled boots and knitted … Continue reading

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My Fragile Heart

This is a poem I wrote my senior year of high school, and it’s very different from most of the poetry I churned out back then -it’s simple, concise, and conveys emotion without explicitly stating the emotion.  Most of my … Continue reading

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old poetry that is neither wonderful nor terrible

Back in the day, I used to write poetry all the time.  Some of it was pretty awful, as I’m pretty sure is mandatory for teenagers.  But some of it was, looking back, kind of amazing.  I don’t know how … Continue reading

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