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My Firm Belief Is, That Pizarro
by Aldous Huxley

My firm belief is, that Pizarro
Received education at Harrow -
This alone would suffice,
To account for his vice,
And his views superstitiously narrow.

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and I believed them
by Bogdan Dragos

the voices said
there's nothing like
waking up deep into the night
and not hearing any voices

and I believed them

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You Taught Me
by Abasiama Udom

You taught me Papa,

that the way to heaven is paved with lack and tears

that they who wear finery will never see the street of Gold.

You taught me that blessings come from God,

You said I only need to commit to prayer.


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The True Winners
by Ololade Raji

Still astonished by the deceit for vanities
And surprised by the frivolities of assumed fortunes
Fortunes at the price of integrity and the cost of lives
Those who wants it all, may have all but in a twinkle, lose all
For us, we remain forlorn hitherto humble!

With notes of deceit, they bought things and time
Armed with their pernicious game without Your plans
Fervently painting with lacklustre hues, a pseudo picture of an assumed future
Yet with a sordid gloom, they expect a candescent glow

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I thought
by Abasiama Udom

I thought I failed
My heart believed it
I knew I was a failure
my lips told of it
I am a failure.
Nothing remaineth
the bird flee
the dogs even -
at my voice
A failure -

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Recent Belief Poems
Dancers in the Dark
by Dr Ishan Capoor

When doubt knocks on your door,
Hoping to get an embrace ,
Do you open your arms and let it rent some space ?

When free decides to creep within,
Do you dance in the dark or look within ?

When depression says long time no see ,
Do you invite it over for a cup of tea?


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See And Hear
by Yoko Fushigina

The grief is force to get us stronger.
Mistake is means by which we rise.
The pain you take endures no longer
Than hatred, bullying and despise.
Those things cannot be vindicated.
Wrongdoing's wrong no matter what.
But some of cruel thoughts are valid,
They're meant to be misunderstood.

To overcome the ones who fret you

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You Taught Me
by Abasiama Udom

You taught me Papa,

that the way to heaven is paved with lack and tears

that they who wear finery will never see the street of Gold.

You taught me that blessings come from God,

You said I only need to commit to prayer.


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Numb
by Yoko Fushigina

Even if world turns upside down,
Stars crumble like powdered sugar,
And all the creatures become torn and numb,
We will still sing and silently flicker.

Our mute voices will break through the clog,
They will fuse and fill all around.
Just as the beacon light through the fog
They will help the luck to be found.
- - - - - - - -

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Straighten
by Yoko Fushigina

I was led to the edge by my fate:
No way back, there's no pass ahead.
But leaving your life as a shade
Isn't something you can just accept.
So I tightened my fists and held head up straight,
And made myself simple and clear.
If I were not on brink, I'd at least hesitate;
Just this once I had no time to fear.

As a rule in such context we strech our arms,

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