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Walk with Mother

Where should I lay blood released; now I go to look for peace Lying on the battlefield breathing my last, wait for the end to be past So many bodies space is rare, nobody said dying was fair I feel the last come closer now, longing for a fair maid to mop my brow Bodies […]

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She pulled herself out of the water

She pulled herself out of the water, nails digging into the soggy riverbank, choking on weeds and coughing up the muck from the riverbed. She lay still for a while, long wet tendrils of her dark hair straggling across her face, her fingers embedded into the moss and leaves beneath her. Her jeans, heavy with […]

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Dancing with a dream

As you fell into my arms A perfect fit The feeling, felt so right We gazed into each others eyes We knew it As we grasped each other And held so tight. The pounding of our hearts Beating to the melody Of Sinatra crooning “I’ll never smile again.” The smile was there For fifty six […]

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