Amanda Swindahl

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I have graduated high school, and i am currently in college. I love to write. It is that one subject i always took an interest in, and I learned how to write a poem in eighth grade. I had a wonderful teacher in 9th grade that taught me no limitations to what you have to say in a poem, that free verse is a real poem, not something that has to ryhme to sound good. It just has to flow. I find it alot... more »

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Butterflies In Earthquakes

Your lips make me shy, your touch makes me weak, your voice makes me shake, butterflies in earthquakes. I crack with smiles, and laugh with absolution, trembling and dreaming, pitter patter, earthquakes without disaster, my heart beats faster. Gentle touch waves of thunder. my heart rolls in with words lost in a contemptuous sea, so deep it pardons no feeling, feel without understnding, love without knowing reality without dreaming. Dream withut accidental cause, finding perpetual meaning in something that just cant be defined. Butterflies in eafrthquakes, I crack without logic, and i know ...

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