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Poetry – Peace, Love and Patchouli

We paint our stories as images and words linger, still frames on the edge of memory decorating our soul with

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By The Seaside — Ricardo Sexton

Today is the day for the smile to cry A mirror calls the winner with its eye The win receives

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Poetry – A Brief History of Edges — O at the Edges

A Brief History of Edges This road leads nowhere. I live at its end where breezes wilt and the sun

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What’s Needed is Magic: Writing Advice from Haruki Murakami

If you can believe it, Japanese novelist, talking cat enthusiast, and weird ear chronicler Haruki Murakami turned 70 years old

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Poetry – Skipping Manuals — Ricardo Sexton

A young lady found herself lost in the woods So beautiful, beautiful and naked by the creek There she sensed

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Bubbles of Love — The Lonely Author

I would like to dedicate this to my muse, if I had one, but I don’t. So, I won’t. (Wink

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Color of Clouds – Penny Wilson #writephoto — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo

People think that your eyes are blue I know better the real you the one you show only to me

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Lessons Learned — Ricardo

As the sky smiles, the street tears the chunks Fear units more than courage, a rock has sunk Wants the

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Finding Love, as the Lights are, Going Out — JUST the Unwinding of Thoughts

Her husband’s gentle acts toward her, translated… The Latin name for rosemary meant the “Dews from the Oceans”, my husband

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Poetry – Underneath London Bridge – VinX

How can my heart Forgive a mark Permanently Engraved for gaze Each time I see Her photographs Hanging behind Walls

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