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We sit on both sides of the same silent wall

We sit on both sides of the same silent wall

while the world revolves and constellations spin

uselessly ourselves, lone as darkness crawls

waiting for someone to knock and come in

L. Tradii


John Keats: A poet searching for fulfillment

One of the magical parts of studying poetry is discovering how poets describe what may have before seemed simply indescribable. Through their use of figurative language, through precise choices of words and phrasing, poets manage to speak to their readers in ways that can move them or enlighten them. 1,691 more words

Made of Sorrows

Made of sorrows here he comes
he is lonely and desolate
Trying to find love in all the wrong places
He has finally given up to fate… 43 more words

A Life Lived

She started with a salty goodbye. A sayonara of oceanic proportions, in which ships sank and seashells shattered.

And around she went in the arena of ago, an archipelago amass in aromatic ages. 62 more words


Can it be that Nature

Can it be that Nature is a purposeful scenery

Where paper birds draw paths on the sky

Created by someone with supreme act of treachery… 111 more words


My last wish

I wanna see her, before my eyes go blurred,
Wanna hold her hand before my hands turn numb,
Wanna hear her saying “i loved u”, 31 more words


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