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Alan McClure
Teacher/singer songwriter from Galloway, Scotland.
Alexis Walkes
Barbados    "I have always loved the ocean... the essence of creation and destruction ..."
Elizabeth Squires
All poems original Copyright of Elizabeth Squires.
charlotte NC    "I'm un-orphaned in your northern lights" -Bon Iver; 10 d E A T h b R E a s T ⚄ ⚄ GET WET
🇸🇬    Wield them proud for they are your own. Words are yours to cast in stone. Unsheathe them with reason and rhyme. Reveal them so they ...
26/F    The future is shiny.
Sk Abdul Aziz
Life 2me is a strange journey;even before u begins and by d time u comprehend d purpose of your existenz,you're not always lucky 2 ...
Mary Winslow
Oregon    "Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light..." Dylan Thomas I have put up a ...
Jeff Stier
Western Oregon    Ars longa, vita brevis.
UnReality    Much Love and Beauty to anyone who looks
Tom Blake
Scotland    Something On this site has contaminated my site!
Hello darling, and welcome. Most websites I am known as Ella, Ella Rose to be exact. But you hunny are special, and can call me ...
PHC    'Born with pens in hand, scrolls in my head and scripts in my heart…I scribble from my soul; and deep within my depth flows fountain ...
Ghana, W/A    Say nothing if you can't face its consequences
mickey finn
30/M/liverpool, uk    golden
K Balachandran
Kerala, India    Poetry to me is self exploration that reveals submerged landscapes, otherwise one is unaware of.I love to read fiction and poetry.As a daily news journalist ...
Denel Kessler
You, my fellow poets, are amazing. I'm glad I found you. Keep writing and sharing. Regarding copyrights? Our poems are a part of us and ...
F/Choctaw Nation    "Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve." ~J.K. Rowling
London, UK    I'm not a poet. I'm barely a human being.
trigger-warning my way through life.
121/M/Seattle    "How things seem to seem is not enough. We must somehow discover how things really seem!" - Bertrand Russell

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