Sweet Honeymoon by Dri Cook - [94 words]
Your Sorrow by B Galindo - [116 words]
Wot, Do Guys Really Need? It's A Mystery. by Louisa Duncan Have met a few, lost a few, and don't know where to go from here. [364 words]
Whimper, Weak Little by Marie Karr - [123 words]
Where No One Can Find Me by Marie Karr - [41 words]
When I... by Lucy Midnight - [46 words]
What You Took For Granted by Lucy Midnight - [33 words]
What He Means To Me by Lucy Midnight - [99 words]
Tu Seduccion Core Como El Rio by Roberto J Moreno It's about a girl I have a weird relationship with. It's in spanish cause it turn... [163 words]
To --- An Illusion by Duke Sekhon - [64 words]
They Came From Afar by Kennedy O Obohwemu Tries to picture why there's so much trouble on earth...where did they come from? [114 words]
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The Novel China Doll by Rae Seen too many things like it. [52 words]
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The Glum by Marie Karr In the Sociology class, to relieve the itch inside the brain, a necessity to watch the rain...of words... [140 words]
The Fugitive by Marie Karr An escapist lyric. [44 words]
The Apples Are Gone by Dri Cook A contemporary fairy tale. [111 words]
The Anatomy Of Presumption by Marie Karr I can't guess what's happening, I'm an idiot with a slop of mud on her face. [123 words]
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Tangles Of My Heart by Lucy Midnight - [61 words]
Swirling by Marie Karr - [62 words]
Soft Touch And Tender Kisses by Lucy Midnight - [68 words]
Runaway Life by Jay Little It's based on my life as it going. [335 words]
Rumbles N' Fights by Lucy Midnight - [98 words]
Realization by Louisa Duncan Hope this is something others will achieve and learn from. [124 words]
Popular Redundancies by Higgins Many words used in writing or discussion could be eliminated. [81 words]
Poetry, You'll Always Be Sweet by Dri Cook Someone here told me to never stop writing with my heart. How could I? Poetry is... [112 words]
People Who Should Be Phased Out by Higgins A senryu attack on those with irritating manerisms. [103 words]
Overindulge by Skyler Drevan When life has gone too far. [101 words]
Open Coffin by Sasu Dunno what Im thinking, read and see my mind... [133 words]
One Flaw Ruins All by Marie Karr - [39 words]
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Mirror Talk by Dri Cook I dialogue with myself in front of the mirror about the woman I used to be. [46 words]
Mirror! Mirror! On The Wall .....? by Duke Sekhon - [115 words]
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Lame Overused Expressions by Higgins Unimpressive redundant expressions. [156 words]
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Just For Today by Dri Cook Where are we going to? [216 words]
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Indigo Blood by Buxton A poem pretty much.... [81 words]
Impulse by Marie Karr Sensitive, silently forceful. [47 words]
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Hidden Secret by Buxton - [68 words]
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That Which Heals All Wounds
So the same
Time certainly flies
When youíre living
Nine consecutive lives
Eleven years passed since
That day we ran away
That was the last time
I had been to the Little Neck train station
Yet I recognized it instantly
As I got off the train
and walked up the street
This walk evoked memories
Stirring an acute awareness
that I was incidentally retracing our steps
Remembering the two of us
Arguing about whether we were
Walking in the correct direction
Or back towards Manhattan where we came from
neither of us knew what town we were in
We only knew we got off the train at Great Neck
Now I know these streets well
I can find my way around easily
Funny because these days I have
a much better sense of direction
in so many other ways as well
Iím not running away from things anymore.
I canít help but wonder about you
And your sense of direction today, versus then.
About where you are, both internally and externally.
I wonder if youíre still running away from your problems
Or learning to resolve them as I have learned to resolve mine.
Iíve learned through experience
That patience is not just a virtue,
It is actually very rewarding.
Most of the aspects of my life
From which I derive the greatest joy
Were at some point or in some cases still are
Great challenges which I met
with patience and dedication
Ultimately those efforts have proven mostly worthwhile,
And I usually find myself gaining knowledge along the way
Which prepares me for future challenges in life.
I am the same me I have always been,
Yet I have lived so many lifetimes
It is unbelievable that 11 years passed since that day
The train station looks like itís been sealed in a time capsule.
So does the desk upon which my computer sits
Though I now look upon it with eyeglasses
These glasses have helped me to see better
Yet experiences of the heart were what opened my eyes.
So much love and so much suffering have, ironically,
Taught me how to open my soul and my mind
I fear love less, and listen to others more
I wonder about you because back then
you were always trying to teach me things
Yet inevitably it was someone else
who gave me the epiphany that changed my life forever
Someone you never met because you had left by then.
That was someone I loved deeply
and Iíve had my share of romances over the years.
Yet I never shared a love with anyone the way I shared it with you.
Some came close, but ultimately nobody truly matched up.
What we had over those years remains ours as it always has
Who knows maybe comparing others to you
Is setting my dating standards too high.
Not that you didnít have your flaws. I could list those all day.
And night. And on and on, actually.
But overall, when I look back on the times I shared with you
The bad times were definitely outweighed
By much better, unforgettably good times.
Itís amazing how time can impact oneís perspectives on things.
So much is so different,
Yet so much is still the same.
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