Monthly Archive: June, 2018

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Originally posted on Califragile:
Wonderful artwork. Califragile View original post

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‘The stranger song’

The stranger song   Pretty lady asked her old lover. When did we become strangers? Once we talked, danced and sang the whole night through. Now we sit together. Your eyes had died… Continue reading

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Welcome Summer

Originally posted on willowdot21:
Happy Summer Solstice Summer finally is here Banish untrusted spring Shed your vest without fear Summer colours brightly zing. Image from Pixabay Who is this hiding in the dell,…

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‘I knew how to sing once dear Julie’

I knew how to sing once dear Julie   Once I believe in love and I believed in the ambrosia of forever. When I drink my coffee late at night and I write.… Continue reading

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Pity Party – SoundCloud

Originally posted on I am Lovely and Lonely and I Belong Deeply To Myself :
Listen to Pity Party by Annie Kirby #np on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/annie-kirby/pity-party

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Dead Flowers’

Dead flowers (Some short poetry) —- Please don’t talk no-more   Pretty lady crying and she whispered to her banished lover. Please speak no-more, your words had turned worthless and meaningless. Your face… Continue reading

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‘Just might’

Just might   She gave me a kind smile as we danced the Texas two-step. She whispered in my wanting hears. “Dear Johnnie, people are foolish. They long to stay and long to… Continue reading

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‘See you again’

See you again   I have become cold and lonely in life and heart again, life seem to have crumble into a millions pieces and I don’t care to repair. Lonely road and… Continue reading

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‘Landscape’

Landscape Forget me not and please remember me always. I remember you. You were perfect valleys and you were like the free mountains of the California desert. Your body, perfect landscape to discover… Continue reading

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when danger knocks.

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on….:
World Refugee Day¬† In a world where violence forces thousands of families to flee for their lives each day, the time is now…

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