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 783° 
Sam Clemens
Where do they all go
the unspoken words
Do they melt, into nothingness
burning in the backs of our throats
Or delve into the blue deepness of our thoughts
a sunken treasure
I think they hitch rides
with the hopeless
and the heartbroken
Sitting heavy on shoulders

And I'm walking with the weight of the world
and I'm walking with the weight of the world
 490° 
Infamous one
Two young adults
Smile at one another
Both with similar interest
He was a nerd and playful
No experience with women
She was the popular girl
Well rounded liked by most
The chemistry between them
It was intense magical moments
Spending time together
Getting to know one another
 470° 
Marina
You
Take it easy
With everything I put my energy into
But to experience
And to hold
Would be everything to me
With you
A variety of emotions
 384° 
T R S
Black nerves
In shambles
borrowed from
the everlasting
light a long
ways away.

Simple well-mannered men
have sent me to heaven
and then to hell
 321° 
Anastasia
It’s pouring outside.
Raindrops fall on my window.
Making small puddles
Rain ~ An old haiku
 310° 
BJ Donovan
Life is bearing witness.
Old family we love die
one by one. We kids dress
in Sunday best and amuse
ourselves among tombstones.
We wonder at sorrow's pull.
We'll know it soon enough.
We stumble into our grave.
 310° 
soli
i was born in fire.
i can not deny the heat in my veins.
but i am not ashamed
that every morning
i swallow the sun
so that the moon
can keep pulling
back the tide
and i let the fog
cover the sunrise
i drench myself in night
because i am left
not right.
cold water comforts my soul
the depth keeps me afloat
there is something beautiful
about a black-colored sea
but as fireborn as i am
there is no ounce of love
for the fire in me.
 210° 
Charlotte Ahern
I want to go to Venice and watch the sun set between the buildings

I want to see Paris in the rain and watch the stars light the river at midnight

But most of all,

I want to look into your eyes and see something other than emptiness when you look at me
 165° 
Duzy
Why wait until the end of the tunnel.

You can make your own light, wherever you stand.
 163° 
A Loftus
In you I descry a wandering eye,
with no end and no start,
looking to cherish the projections
of a disabused heart

and to think I could use this sight
to sift through reflections untrue,
to know what is not in the knots of my ribs
and to see what the sky sees in blue

together with you, a second of two
I try still to be more acute
yet in such a gaze, I am rendered to clay,
and hunger rules all that I do

though with every backstep
I am empty and left with impressions of oldness and you-
with cold questions of folly that sit still in my body
and pebbles in both of my shoes,

I still run to what could be swirling new in that eye
amongst what is not in the gray,
though I know that its gaze looks far beyond I,
for it sees naught but the lights of new days
 150° 
E L K
Thinking about him
The light who shines down on me
In my darkest nights
 142° 
M-E
This line is your lips
And this one is mine
So whats gonna be
The space between these two lines

This stanza is your mouth
A dance floor, a rhyme
A pristine planet

And this one is my mouth
A wanderer, a discoverer
Another planet

Lets discover each other
Taint and untaint our surfaces
Plant and reap fantasies and dreams
Tasty is the pleasure, the louder is the screams

I danced on your rhymes
And you danced on mine
Feeling each verse, curve and slide
Two planets collide

I think I am high on your lips
 141° 
Sumairupoetry
I

I took a deep breath

during a

tantalizing rainstorm.

II

I beheld with my eyes and

laid in a field

of

vibrant flowers.

III

I stripped myself

from my man-made skin

and plunged

into the frigidly

vast ocean.
Live in the moment
 139° 
Valentin
I wish I could make love
To the night
It would be different and new
Every single night

The night
Has such beautiful colors

So silent and unique
I would love to live
My entire life
During the night
When people
Are truly themselves
In the deepest darkness
Of the night

I can feel myself
During the night
I like the light game
From the light
Setting up by us humans
To the natural light
Just like you

You are the queen of the night
The only light I need
The moon
I can't get enough of you

I can hide myself
In the night
But you'll be there to
Remind me
Who I am and
Why I'm here

I can escape
During the night
I want to fall in love
During the night

Catch me and take me
I want to be part of you
Let me become a shining star
And discover this galaxy
Called
Love
During the night
07.17.19
To Jaden
 121° 
Sanch
To
Not
Write
Is
To
Die
It is our duty to reveal the world's hidden treasures
 116° 
sheila sharpe
I am a Moth
flying aimlessly
with the battered wings of age
waiting for words
to come to light
from the minds blank
and inkless page
another sleepless night!!
Girl, just find yourself
And be your own sunshine
Be that positive motivating force
In order to keep everything in line
Rise above those obstacles
That simply weigh you down
Let no one dull your sparkle
Lift yourself and adjust that crown
 108° 
MicMag
When one disappears
The world keeps on spinning
The saints keep on sainting
And the sinners keep on sinning

When one disappears
Some may stop to wonder
But only a chosen few
Feel their souls torn asunder

When one disappears
Most await new dawn
But some live an endless night
Once their soulmate's gone
 96° 
Deanne
If love feels stronger than the last love you had
Then how strong can love get and where does it end
 95° 
flower child
M.
I feel like you don’t care
It shouldn’t be just about me
But it’s not only about you
I’m here too
And I miss you
But you’re long gone
Lost in a world of you
 84° 
John Niederbuhl
The wine is deep red
Sensual, smooth, semi dry
We revel in it
 76° 
shana
"Are you happy?", I asked him.
"Yes I am. And you?", he said
"Yes I am happy.", I replied
because finally, I stopped writing
poems about you
, I whispered.
 75° 
Tabbitha Erceg
I wanted to tell you
That you had hurt me.
But I think
You already knew.
 70° 
Jamie
Will everything please stop,
Can I have one thing a time,
I'm still, busy with me...

...I can't catch my breath...

I'm trying to be better,
But I just can't breathe,
The world is running away with my air.

...And I can't catch up...
 69° 
Anne
keep your eyes closed love.

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"keep your eyes closed love. sometimes all you have to listen is to what the sound of the waves tells you to do"

When I was much younger, beaches were my second favorite places. I still love watching waves as they go by, crashing against each other and the whole process repeating all over again.
 66° 
Gemmawrites
The saddest thing is I remember
How you use to look at me.
All the beautiful things you use to
Say to me to make smile.
The little believe in your self notes
In my lunch box.
I cry everytime I see you because
I am just a stranger.
My grandad was my inspiration just like
My mum he in couraged me to write poems
The sad part is he is losing his memory now
 64° 
ymmiJ
she's  the only one
trusted to handle with care
her hands my heart beats
 58° 
Poetic Eagle
nothing is permanent but don't forget
love is also eternal
everything can last
~~~

My mind feels confused,
I feel so lost that I just feel trapped,
I can't see anything but darkness
It hurts so much,
I don't see how people get out of it,
But I can't get out of my own madness,
Feels like more than madness,
It feels like hell.
-S.M 2019

~~~
 56° 
Matt
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YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU'RE DOING YOU PATHETIC PEICE OF ****
the perfect palindrome
 55° 
too soft
Some days I am swimming,
most days I am sinking.
There is never a day where I
can simply just float.
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Blckstr
If you could read my mind,
You’d see a thousand papers
Filled with broken poetries
And deadbeat proses
Full of woeful verses
With mournful pieces
Of unfinished stories
That are yet to be written
And failed to be spoken;
If you could read my mind,
You’d hear horrible screams
And earsplitting weeps
From shattered dreams,
Kept in a nasty notepad,
Scribbled on a bed
Of bloodstained words,
Ringing in my head.
If you could read my mind,
You’d see the shadows
That lurk within me;
You’d hear the bellows,
Screeching the words
“I’m tired,”
“I’m a failure,”
“I’m stupid –”
I know it sounds stupid,
It’s pathetically foolish
And seems too *******.
If you could read my mind,
You’d feel the tears
I had ever failed to cry;
You’d see the people
That make the weak weaker;
You’d see the monsters
That consume my head;
You’d hear the hollers
That failed to be freed;
You’d see the heart
That still bleeds and bleeds.
If you could read my mind,
You’d see the face
I’ve failed to show back then,
The face I’ve faked back then.
If you could read my mind,
You’d see a character
I had ever failed to become
If you could read my mind,
You’d be able to read
A book you never wished
To touch and read,
But sometimes I still wish
Someone could read my mind.
 51° 
Lola
You didn’t follow me this time
Maybe you’re fed up with me now
I wouldn’t blame you
I’m fed up with me too
 48° 
Emma
From my body, flowers shall grow and I am in them and that is eternity
 46° 
Hector
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I am a sunset

painting shades

of orange gold

to be remembered,

briefly.

I stamp my print

on shifting sands

defining moments

I cannot hold

the rising tide,

briefly.

I am a rush of wants

in someone’s eyes,

the stormy clouds

across the skies,

briefly

I am


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H.O
July 16, 2019
“One clear moment, one of trance
One missed step, one perfect dance
One missed shot, one and only chance
Life is all...but one fleeting glance.”
― Sanober Khan
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alex
like bubble gum,
the sugar was gone
far too soon
and when the flavor left
you did too.
spit me out
tired and bored
you pursue other candy.
i’m sorry i couldn’t give you everything you deserved
She is
unafraid
Uneasily
swayed

she sleeps
on silken sheets
with the wolfs
she keeps

they howl
at the moon
she hears them
and knows why
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