Poetry About Life

Broken Woman

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  She speaks of the past often Rarely smiles Reminiscing about times when things were better Her young face No longer youthful Showing lines…

Winter Patrol

Winter Patrol

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The barren landscape peeks through the winter curtain Brown branches, rusted metal, blackened ruins Barbed wire coils hide like serpents underfoot Shapes unknown lie…

The Traveller

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Ageless yet ancient Weathered faces Hands worn raw The battle fought within Man versus everything Gale force piercing winds Painful driving rainstorms Hardened brutal…

Museum Pieces

Museum Pieces

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[one_half]Lines of children Eyes transfixed Simply staring Their mouths agape Their eyes agog Silence deafening Immense wonder Surrounds them Ancient bones Towering high above Imaginations,…

The Weed Covered Lot

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Obstacles in a weed covered lot Some small, others foreboding Aged bottles with faded labels Splintered wood Weathered, serrated, rough A rusty……….something Gnarled and arrogant Black…

Salvage Yard

Salvage Yard

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  [one_half]A lonely salvage yard The rusted fence, high and silent Tipped with broken barbed wire Keeping out no one in particular Gnarled hollow trees,…

Contemplation

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Contemplation…..   When contemplation starts to whisper Tis folly to ignore, Release yourself to the unknown Take leave of your senses Just contemplate Reflect…

Colors of the Night

Colors of the Night

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Evening languishes with the sun’s last rays They hang effortlessly on the edge of the sky Foamy orange hues bathe the horizon Fading yellows…