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LIVING IN LIMBO

I’ve got to stop Living like I do; Cutting things too close, Hoping for something new.   My life is unconventional, I’m nearly belly up. Wobbling on the edge, The net ripped under.   Me, myself, and I Aren’t struggling … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Poetry Post

Validation for Mourning   I won’t cry When you die. Won’t say goodbye, Blink an eye.   I won’t comply To another lie; Quietly stand by, Barely scrape by.   I won’t deny, Or blindly defy, A blood tie Now … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Poetry Post

Surpassing Understanding   When someone difficult dies, How do you say goodbye? I remember only lies, My eyes remain dry.   What do I mourn, What was or should’ve been? Get beyond the scorn, Rid myself of sin?   I … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Poetry Post

Direction   We don’t know, What came before. What’s in store, How things go.   We don’t see Reason or rhyme, Blind to crime Do not agree.   Our constant fight For daily bread Leaves us dead Snuffs out light. … Continue reading

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Behind Me

Had another pleasant surprise in my inbox today—Renovation is on Poetree Creations. Thank you. My aunt inspired this poem. She’s in the nursing home with Alzheimer’s. I can still see her finger motioning me closer to her wheelchair. Asked a … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Poetry Post

Renovation   We’re all hurled Into the midst, A perfect world Does not exist.   Taught to hate, Doomed to die. Our death rate Has soared sky-high.   We can escape, Begin the climb. Build to reshape Free from crime. … Continue reading

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