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I Love You


My longing breaks my heart so hard

I don't know where to go

I love

I love

I love you

No seeds of mine were sown

In anguish, I now hang my head

I wish it wasn't so

I love

I love

I love you

Where did our us just go?

I miss

I miss
I miss

I miss

Our nights--

My heart in tow

I love

I love

I love you

Where did your passion go?


Writers' Block


Something simple sounds so sweet

Such sounds astound us like such treats

I try and write and try, repeat

But something simple sounds so sweet


My Religion


Live, love, and let it happen

No hate

No fear

I keep my world clear

No hate

No fate

Don't reciprocate

No God to say no

Yes, no

No hate for the pain

It keeps me sane

I'm a big mayn

If you got a problem

You're the one to blame

I'm just say'n


Protruding Points


A question raised to bury me

As eyes that spy my sanity

Compel and, well, admonish me

To sell a tale that I can't see

I trend with grin in sending sin

I do not wait

I do not give

I live

Forever more, I live

I don my shield, sword, helm, and, shiv

I live

Forever more, I live

A spell from hell, this wanton witch

That aims to claim flame, shaming me

A beast--a blunt, un-blotted pregnant dog--

Now shudders at sights set on she

Of need, protruding points now swing


Haiku 3


I sit alone with

Many friends, as my life turns

Before my visage


Haiku 1


As I rage tonight,
Whispers, so sudden, betray
My greatest wishes
Two lines of poetry
This clenched fist upon my swollen heart
Blows candles before fires start
For A Friend
I cannot blame the night
For wrongs it did not right
I only wish I'd known
I couldn't help him home
His cyst is his
He fights alone

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Guest miss kindheart

So many thoughts Scattered together

I had to read it over a few times

Relax and take your time

Poetry should not be rushed

Or crowded

:wub: vanna

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Guest SouthernBelle

Or rather 2. I posted 2 like that. I think... Either way, just read each section as an indiviual poem, all written at different times of my life. These are a select few of the ones that I'm proud of

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Guest SouthernBelle

Not sure why, but a post is missing. Let me try this again. Vanna, you seem to be mistaken. This is not one, single poem. It is a collection of several that I have written over the years. I posted, I believe, 2 like this. You definitely commented on the other one. Try reading it again, taking into account that every time there is a new title, you are reading a completely different poem. That would explain why there are different thoughts, scattered. Different poems have different thoughts...

Can't hellp but be offended by such negative criticism, either way.

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Guest LizMarie

Hi Belle!

I'm not commenting here about the poetry, just using a public post to let you know that you are unable to receive further private messages. You may want to check your PM inbox and delete some of the older ones. I was trying to send you a PM with some information that I thought you might find useful since we are both living in Houston.

If you decide you are interested in some useful trans related information about Houston, send me a PM and I can send you what I was going to send earlier.

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