Category Archive: Poetry

The End

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I watch your hand slip out from mine And hate that your touch lingers on my finger tips I want to grasp And I try.. But a nano-second too late. I think of… Continue reading

Through the Wrath

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Guest Poem By : Melinda Shaffer Even through the darkness I can still see the light Facing it all with the will to fight. Time and time again Life has knocked me down But I… Continue reading

“Waiting room”

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waiting room is so full of sick people in crisis people have terrible sad expressions on their faces they all waiting to hear the right diagnosis their bodies are there , but their… Continue reading

” street child”

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i don’t know you , you don’t know me a dirty street child , that’s what you call me you take a look at my torn clothes and you say what a little… Continue reading

“lost friendships”

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life happend and friends walk away not every one in the world is a friend people will enter and exit your life every day so deal with it , it is not the… Continue reading

“my dark times”

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every one see my smile but they never see me cry they think that i could never wish to die my life is complicated and nobody knows why i think over and over… Continue reading

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Unified We are the Movement Change is how We are groovin’. Coming together Because Community Means unity. The village Will raise the child From every age Feeling love At every stage. Schools the… Continue reading

Transformation

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I was voiceless but my body was screaming revolting. Mind drew blank Retreated after the attack. Once friend now foe Role playing a pimp and Marilyn Monroe famously labeled a whore. but she… Continue reading

A PROMISE

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                        A PROMISE BY DISHA DINESH SAHNI Then came that day You hugged me with tears You screamed,” I love you.” But, I could not hear.   Strengthening your muscles, Putting your best… Continue reading

Something, anything

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Being awkward isn’t something I inherited, or learned even, I was born that way. Just the way I was born littered with birthmarks all over my body. But I can teach you, if… Continue reading