“Kiss me”

                                                                 Kiss… Continue reading

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The Addicts Don’t Disgust Me; Humanity Does

Originally posted on Bruised But Not Broken:
Even the heathens used to suck on their mamas titty..? There was a time the addicts cried for milk and that was enough.. Those babies grew…

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A Poem Series: Fuck Your Discomfort-Rachel Finch

Originally posted on Blood Into Ink:
Like a growl under the bed that no one wants to hear, the word rape filters through your eardrums like a blizzard. Irritated skin wants to cover…

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PTSD

Originally posted on The Shade of Writing:
By Damien Knight The warrior wakes surrounded by dead Mind spinning, ghosts in my head Blood spills like wine out of me Here I die my soul set free…

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In your lap

                                      In your lap If I lost you. The daytime would become darker and the… Continue reading

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Thirty Thousand Kids Die

Originally posted on amcbrittain:
Thirty Thousand kids, Every night Starving, crying, Dying, While you slept. Doesn’t it anger you, knowing We have food abundance today. It’s rotting in the fields, Being tossed out…

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Be YOu!!!

Originally posted on Tales of a Curious mind:
“Be you -the world will adjust “ ~unknown Hello bloggren!!!  You remember those small notes I mentioned to keep sliding in..  Well here goes another …

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“Secret love”

Secret love A Poem by Coyote Poetry “Let’s the bells ring, and let the boy sing, let the cup go around.” John Fletcher    Secret love You bare your words to me, exposing… Continue reading

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Case of upside down 

Originally posted on DREAMwriteup's:
Hello!(Namaste) To all lovely& beautiful people out here?🤗 Case of upside down? We all eagerly await for the moment’s…..which we want to live with our loved ones…….we plan…

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“I called your name”

I called your name A Poem by Coyote Poetry Just words and good music. I called your name Beautiful lady is weeping for me. I departed for unknown destination. I didn’t know. First… Continue reading

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