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A poem for London: A city that never belonged to me

This one lives alone,

A beautiful place, vibrant and warm,

It settles within.

Away from the country fields and hopes and dreams

It stares through white peaks, speaks through smiles, 152 more words

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Relationship

Meeting

They dance together
Music effervescent through
Embracing bodies.

Mistake

Drastic faults are made.
She shrieks, he stays unspoken.
She can’t look at him.

Him…

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Janus and the Locket Menagerie (part one)

by Serena W. Sorrell

As far as final words went Janus very much thought her mother’s had to be among the most befuddling and wasted— “ 2,224 more words

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Weight

There is so much weight
upon my shoulders
with which I carry it.

Most none of it
belongs to me.
At what point
did I become… 55 more words

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Punctuation

** Please note that this poem has graphic content and may contain triggers.

Oh god oh dear god
Please don’t stop no please don’t stop… 53 more words

Poem

The only thing I want filtered is my coffee.

This time last year, I began writing my first novel. I decided that I would write it in first person. I’m a fan of select few authors that write in first person, so my aim was to learn as much from the experience of having to write in this POV as possible. 338 more words

Writing

Relapse

Taste failure, defeat

As I collapse into just

Another relapse

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