Poems About: CINDERELLA
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- carpe diem
What is it then that binds us to the mob,
and asks so much of our most precious inner lust?
Will they relent in their demanding heartbreak throb
or would plain sanity whip up a healing gust read more »Herbert Nehrlich
362.Flights Of Fantasy
I want to run away,
Far from this hurt and pain,
Far from ridicules and hurtful words,
Far far from the stares and this unbridled world. read more »Anam Rizvi
363.Troubadour à Muse
Should you stay fey Troubadour’s muse,
walls would fall heeding need's call, I swear,
souls united, delighted, all share,
with only bemusement to lose. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
364.A Life In The Day
A Life In The Day
Up before the pride sets in, darkness crawls and twists,
devils of the mind erupt, bind you by the wrists. read more »Jerry Pike
Going around in circles,
beneath my eyes are bluish black,
there's nothing new,
no one I wanna talk to. read more »Valerie Chase
366.Where do the Oceans go.
And where do the birds go
when Winter settles its spiralling hands?
And where do the worms go read more »Mary X
You say he broke your heart and you can’t go on?
You cry all day and night until you think you’re going to drown?
Well, stop your sniffling sister,
It’s no ones fault but yours. read more »Candy Kelly
368.She, He, It
She switches the tv on
while she's drinking coffee
and the first thing she sees
is that red, white, and blue read more »Rochelle Ratner
369.! Backward boys
Saturday evening, the week's hired film, click-click, click-click
while we chewed fruit gums and shouted FOCUS!
from time to time when the reel changed;
and after The White Hell of Pitz Palu read more »Michael Shepherd