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  • Landscape
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    You only hinder yourself by concealing those feelings under a concrete mask. But remember, concrete cracks and I see your unmarred skin that's not tasted the flavour of living. You hide like a guilty thief. You steal away the experience so open your eyes, your mind, your heart to the landscape known as Emotion. ***...

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  • the failings of a surgically healed heart | a collection
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    「 WATTYS 2019 WINNER 」 the failings of a surgically healed heart, is a series of autobiographical poems arranged into six thematic parts to form a collection which examines the idea of the collective and how that informs individual. i. family an exploration of my relationship with the men and boys in my household and...

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  • LILAC MUSINGS.
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    graced poetic rambles & what-not. lower-case intended.

  • what tomorrow brings.
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    xvii, april. (iii). you have no voice if no one is listening. © playlist poetry h.r. : #3

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  • soon.
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    xvi, april. (i). cotton mouth with a heavy heart. © playlist poetry h.r. : #47

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  • hold on, we're going home
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    red lipstick, liability and lies

  • WISDOM TEETH
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    THESE GROWING PAINS NEVER FADE © 2021

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  • pears for breakfast
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    living proof that art is fluid in form ___________________________________________ a poetry anthology written in fruit juice and cheap ink ----------------------------- in loving memory of the past @timespieces copyright 2018

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  • YOUTH, 2017
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    the record of youth for : strangers get born™ 2021 | 4archive

  • THE ENCHANTING REALM OF FAIRIES
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    to build a castle in the skies, to burn their garden of lies.

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  • fresh 'n easy
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    love and loss and language ・:*:・゚☆ no. 1 in poetry june 18, 2019

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  • matter
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    past this grove the world renew

  • The blue flower that taught me how to live
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    ''Because the world is so full of death and horror, I try again and again to console my heart and pick the flowers that grow in the midst of hell.'' -Herman Hesse Disclaimer: I don't own any of the videos, photos used for this book. Credits go out to the owners.

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  • technicolor beat ✔
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    in which the colorful alice sanchez meets her match, joslyn rosé gomez; a noir portrait that meets an abstract piece of art.

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  • a honey-stung hived heart
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    it's akin to a bee's self-destructing prophecy: i let pain rip pain apart until my hived heart bleeds not honey but words. // free verse/prose poetry, an unclassified collection of musings and self-reflection coupled with random snippets of imaginative pieces.

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