Tag Archives: Poetry

Lost in the Mist

We are the mist crawling across the narrow sea, reaching towards the other in the night.

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The Great Carrier of Things

In Christianity, the butterfly is a sign of Resurrection. In Asian culture, the butterfly symbolizes a long life and love. In Native American culture, it is believed the butterfly can bring your wishes to the “great spirit.”

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The Adoption: A Limerick Memoir

I walk down a hallway within four sterile white walls of discipline. I fidget with my sleeve, aware I might achieve the very thing I came to get herein.

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Rising From The Ashes

I remember, we used to cry alone; Our heart bled until there was nothing left. We used to lick our wounds under cover and then put on a brave face for the world. Sometimes I remember those lonely days. Pain, … Continue reading

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