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Dark Lady?

Is she the dark lady that last night claimed
she knew the provenance of broken dreams?
Is she the same woman who last night aimed… 278 more words

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Paola's Sonnet

My heart shall not waste any beat,

I shall love true up ’til i breathe.

I would not choose to live so plain,

for i shall treasure even pain.

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December 21: In the Dark

The darkest hour is often said to be
Before the dawn, but those who know the verges
Of night and day acknowledge they will see… 85 more words

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In Praise Of Decay (and against plastic)

I walk each morning in some woodland near my home and especially savour in this late autumn, early winter season, the damp carpet of fallen leaves, now decaying and forming  rich mulch that will feed the soil for future growth. 559 more words

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Duistere onderhandelingen

Ik wil het duister houden, niet de angst.
U kunt toch niet uw sterren wegvagen?
Laat u die glans en glorie zomaar gaan?
Als u hen uitdooft, blijf ik liever hier. 85 more words

Gedicht

Pow(d)er

What would it be like to see you move?
What would it be like to see you bend
an arm? I’m not noble; I’m jealous. Shove… 106 more words

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December 20: Sum

A whole can be, as Aristotle said,
So much more than the sum of all its parts,
But if we look at sum itself instead, 80 more words

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