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two journeys together,
one which is caring for kids as a mother,
collecting pennies for the future,
living and doing the daily chore, 51 more words
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Hey, this one got featured in Poet's Corner today!!
2 days, 3 hours ago
When Mylee and Cayla Simmermon were toddlers, even they couldn’t tell themselves apart. Their mom would catch Cayla staring into the mirror, waving, and shouting, “Hi, Mylee!” 1,918 more words
1 week, 2 days ago
She showed me seven gemstones
Said each stone was something special
But to me they were just seven stones
Seven stones identical and dead
She showed me seven wildflowers… 152 more words
When you see identical twins, can you tell them apart?
Did you hear that? This competitor is using the same words as the second person. 77 more words
2 weeks, 6 days ago
Dreaming At My Desk
We’re the same; you and I
always see eye to eye.
Exchanging our expressions
from parallel dimensions.
Identical though we may be,
there’s more than the eye can see. 18 more words
3 weeks ago
We are identical in our sorrow;
we are identical in our pain;
we are identical in the way we breathe.
Let us not be identical in vain.
4 weeks ago
White frost blankets all.
Snowflakes drift downward slowly,