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Week 14 - You Give Me Butterflies, Part 2

You Give Me Butterflies, Part 2

You make my heart beat in the best way
My pulse has wings that move to your voice
My fingertips are electric in your hands.

The Things He Left Behind #nationalpoetrymonth

the things he left behind
sit on his favorite desk
masculine and so refined,
so tempting; it’s hard to resist
touching them beneath my fingers, 37 more words

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National Poetry Day 2017 in Poynton

Poynton Library is celebrating National Poetry Day with its second annual Poetry Trail, brainchild of author Margaret Holbrook. A range of diverse and captivating poems are displayed in the library and around the lovely shops and eateries of Poynton. 135 more words


Week 12 - Winter


The night is cold, 

September arrived in wind and water. 

I shiver, the gusts gathering at my feet.

I remember what I should know, 18 more words

how you can make me feel these

tidal waves of guilt, for the one

night of rough seas you were made

to endure, please take my apology. 30 more words

Week 11 - Central Park West

Central Park West

New York City is so quiet in the early morning

The dew still kisses Central Park West,

The sidewalks look cleaner in their emptiness. 17 more words

#6: Iphigenia

Deer child
the sacrifice of a father
to a mother who loves only daughters
You were saved from a family seeking its own death:
The atrium of the house of Atreus… 118 more words