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Three poems by Kyle Allan

There is a time. There is a time blatant like the rivers passing to the sea and amiable like the mercy of all cool water. There is a time brutal like mirrors and sharp like human bones and words rising

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Mysterious Girl

by Lisa-Marie Labercensie   Some refuse to understand my protest because of my mysteries There was a time when I thought people failed to show me acceptance, but now I understand I am the one who is supposed to accept

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Alexandra Wallace

by Abigail George   Left behind, out on the edge, to smile with all walls closing in on me, interiors seeking closure, comfortable borderlines distinct and pretty, infinite and mapping out a precariously wacky, sweet, precocious personality. Talking to yourself

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Poems by Floral and Faun

Wet for syntax sex. Her fonts winked purring at his tall, spangling syntax. Xxx   Crashing. Tickling her funny-bone I Slammed her into the wall which Moaned in submission. Xxx   The curve of her breast a comma. The curve

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Two Poems by Ashley Makue

Can I Return To Me   Can I return to me when I have been gone so long and am not sure where I ran off to? I remember giving myself to a man who blew rose petals out of

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