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Read Poem: The Long Road, by Shobana Gomes

At first glance, it seemed easy, I, the traveler on a weary road to perhaps fame, I tamed my mind to think in ways one would want to impress, But like a toddler taking baby steps, I fall, struggling to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Darker than Death, by ~~Shree~~

Darker than Death Is now a bonding, Which was supposed to be Sweet and simple, Lucid and natural – But not anymore, sadly. It has become increasingly A threat to my existence, And intimidating to my respect. There exists no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A fairy’s face, by Jeanette E. R. Cook

I listen to the fairy stories Of my aunt’s and I envision Their garden, Enchanting with the pastels Of growth and the swaying Blooms spreading the fragrance In the bright light of morning After the dew is gone, Where a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE DARK WEB!, by Vijetha Shenoy

GENRE: Dark She was young, naive and innocent! He was in his adolescence… He was fond of her and she was fond of his presence… She aged less than a decade but he was older to her by more than … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Pacific Theater, by Michael Ventimiglia

I’m swallowed in soil, engulfed in a trench On shorelines where I outlive better men. Does that sense of resentment get to them? As rounds fall in sand and the ocean breaks Blood red is distilled in the tide and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Raging Ocean, by Ramone

I am like a ship sailing atop a raging ocean The high waves are thrashing, hindering my motion I have a destination in mind: to it I have great devotion. No, not any port in a storm will satisfy I … Continue reading

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Read Poem: False Promises: A Tale of the Past Betrayal, by Jane Smith

(Genre: Painful, Betrayal, Love, Relationships) (unpublished in Candidthoughtsofawriter.wordpress.com) Where are you now? Where are your promises? Didn’t you remember I was your princess? Why you didn’t fight for me even just a little? I didn’t know we were two in … Continue reading

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