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MANCHESTER   written by: Rich @H3Richard   Mayday mayday the call sign for distress Why did we not see the signs About who made this bloody mess Say these youths have nothing to lose There's no light at the end of the trouble tunnel Everyday spent in this manor knocked back by the reality hammer […]

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Sombra De Amor written by: Romulaizer Pardo @RomulaizerPardo   Cae contra el estado de silencio esta cortina, tú nombre, espejo contra mí, fábula torpe, cae la soledad con aroma a montaña.   Como cicatrices de infancia tus labios revolcaron mi corazón en este oleaje tuyo mitad yo, cicatriz de niño y helado caído al piso, […]

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Paladin written by: Fallen Engel @BlackEngel3   You are not a knight of the quill that scanned the battle from afar. You never did what you wanted but did what you should. The meaning of a knight means a boy who comes into the age of bearing arms or a servant. Well, you are certainly […]

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Watching The News written by: Rick Howe   Watching the news Watching the news anchors with their rehearsed solemn            dispassionate tones Hearing the disclaimer 'Warning, this report   contains images of the aftermath of a chemical attack a bombing Of a massacre' Indifferently detached  by            rote for […]

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The Willow That Weeps written by: Laura Hughes @Ri_Ri1977   All of the memories, flooding back to my mind. Are as gentle as the breeze, while they play in rewind. There were so many, spent down by the lakeside. I remember the tree, where we would always hide. As I'm reminiscing, I think back to […]

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Man, The God Of Lies written by: RebelpJones @RebelpJones   Oh the magnitude of it all is in greater detail then your blind mind's eye could ever perceive Listen to me In this pale of water, I do see More than reflections of me I see big bombs bursting in air No longer in countries proud […]

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For Asifa written by: Mallika Bhaumik   Today is the day that comes with a black sun My eyes see darkness wriggling out like worms filling up every inch of this earth A shadow grows, yet there is no eclipse going on I sit down to write about this strange phenomenon, but the letters are defiant, […]

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Happy Birthday written by: Tinashe Muza   Once a year, there’s only one special day It’s more than special It’s that day when the heavens open It’s that day when a queen was born It’s that day when an angel came to life A girl of elegance with an impeccable manner This is the day […]

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¿Quién sabe? written by: José A Gómez   ¿Será la verdad ecuánime, en la realidad de la vida? ¿Cómo proceder con rectitud?, ¿Cómo concebir ese estado?, o sólo es un juicio que la naturaleza regala al hombre al paso de los años de existencia y convivencia con otros seres humanos. ¿Cómo mantener un balance en […]

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The Aging Jogger written by: Ian Fletcher   How his younger self would scorn him now as he plods the streets on his evening jog. An athlete then, a golden boy! Alas, has it come to this? Yet he reflects on his peers. Some have succumbed to smoking, others to booze or drugs, still others […]

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