• girl staring in the distance
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    What do you see when you look into the past?
  • Father and daughter embracing while sitting on a step outside
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    It’s amazing how the ordinary,becomes something extraordinary. The poor are rich in heart,and rich in spirit. They prove they are somebody,and can leave a legacy. Be it in kind deed,without greed. Be it in pure love,precious than a dove. How a true father,will never let me falter.  
  • roses and hearts
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    An acrostic poem about a lover's bold declaration of love for their Valentine.
  • woman and megaphone
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    It's 2024. Are we really going to keep quiet?
  • mountain peak in nature landscape
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    Oh, dear mankind,those that dwellamong the createdearthly dwelling. Take heart andnever forgetthe struggles that brought you here. You survived theworst amongmany turmoiland tribulations. Gods have destroyed you,Kings have enslaved you,Storms have taken your homes,and even kin have betrayed you. Your blood has been spilledcountless times to breakyour spirit in sorrowand grief-stricken anger. If love endureswithin ...
  • Woman gazing in mirror
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    Mirror Mirrorupon my wall.Tell me who willlove me above all. I searched high and lowover and under anyplace.For someone in a crowdwith a kind and gentle face. My prayers answeredwhen I fell into his arms.That keep me warm,and raised no alarms. Mirror mirrorupon my wall.Will he trulylove me above all? To fulfill dreamsof love and ...
  • Girl embracing a teddy bear
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    In the calmand quietI see you. You call my namebeckoning meto be in your arms. Underneath the moon,the stars and galaxiesyou call upon me. “Trust me”you say withreassurance. How can I?When the gaping holewithin me grows. Left there bybetrayal after betrayalnever fully healing. I am a scaredwounded childdesiring a reprieve. “Trust me”you say withsincerity. As ...
  • an evergreen Christmas tree with icicles hanging from the branches during the winter, snow in tilt shift lens green plant
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    D on’t think that I don’t know E very day, what you can’t tell me, because you C an’t find the words, the will, or E nergy to say them, but M y heart understands, and  B ears the snow like an E vergreen—beautiful, this month, and R emember I love you, too.
  • A bride holding a bouquet
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    It’s a joyful day These amazing hours encapsulated within the sun’s naptime and waking In this moment the realities of my dreams  Flow freely from my lips like a binding spell In a gathering honored by well-wishers I gladly say I do
  • desert landscape
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    Ashes to ashesdust to dustamong the light. The light you gaveonce filled mewith immeasurable hope. I placed my trustinto what I believedwas a sincere friend. I believed in yougave all into whoI believed was my family. I wander the desert,beaten and brokenin humiliation. Ashes to ashesdust to dustamong lonely nights. The wildernessnow my homewithout you.