Endings Poems

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Ang Pagtatapos
by Jesher Samayla

I dreamt of you
We were together
We were happy
We were sharing moments
With gladness

It's my heart want to say
I love you
I missed you
I want to hug you

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Phoenix
by Rodaina Ibrahim

The sidewalks I was so familiar with are now rushing rivers.
The memories in these corners are fading away.
The air around me burning an invisible fire.
The end is here.

I see myself falling down an invisible cliff.
A never-ending darkness, with a growing fire at the bottom.
A roaring scream erupts as the flames rise to take me far away.
I melted with the fire, igniting my heart into streaks of blues and reds.
I am the fire.

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Anticipation
by gabriella Blake

Here I am, Waiting for a day that will never come. The day you regret. The day you want your friend, your best friend, back. The day you realize you fucked up. The day you beg for my forgiveness. Like I have so many times before. The day you grow up, the day you feel bad. The day you wish for a time machine. The day I can tell you, you’re too late.

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fairytales
by Jennifer Truesdale

my teeth hit the rope,
pulling death by the neck,
i am strangling,
feeling breathless.

dead weight is
weightless.

i fall in drift,
curving along the pale

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Do Not Tell Me We Have Nothing
by Linnea W.

[after Madeleine Thien]

Do not tell me we have nothing. We have dew linking lithe
dandelions at our feet, steeped lavender and sugar rising to the
sun like champagne flutes. Suckled honey rolling through ground
away from home’s watchful eyes. We have whispered tongues lifted
from linguistic baggage, treasured remnants of our intertwisted
lifelines continentally knotted. Frantic mapping, path westbound,
flights rushed to lulls with in-betweens where you teach me
how to laugh. We had heads shaken loose against gritted teeth,

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Recent Endings Poems
Phoenix
by Rodaina Ibrahim

The sidewalks I was so familiar with are now rushing rivers.
The memories in these corners are fading away.
The air around me burning an invisible fire.
The end is here.

I see myself falling down an invisible cliff.
A never-ending darkness, with a growing fire at the bottom.
A roaring scream erupts as the flames rise to take me far away.
I melted with the fire, igniting my heart into streaks of blues and reds.
I am the fire.

......

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Do Not Tell Me We Have Nothing
by Linnea W.

[after Madeleine Thien]

Do not tell me we have nothing. We have dew linking lithe
dandelions at our feet, steeped lavender and sugar rising to the
sun like champagne flutes. Suckled honey rolling through ground
away from home’s watchful eyes. We have whispered tongues lifted
from linguistic baggage, treasured remnants of our intertwisted
lifelines continentally knotted. Frantic mapping, path westbound,
flights rushed to lulls with in-betweens where you teach me
how to laugh. We had heads shaken loose against gritted teeth,

......

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Inevitable (unraveling)
by eden cote

He began to grieve something he hadn’t lost

Yet

The melancholy in his eyes was haunting,

They said so much that he didn’t need to speak for her to see it coming




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fairytales
by Jennifer Truesdale

my teeth hit the rope,
pulling death by the neck,
i am strangling,
feeling breathless.

dead weight is
weightless.

i fall in drift,
curving along the pale

......

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Ang Pagtatapos
by Jesher Samayla

I dreamt of you
We were together
We were happy
We were sharing moments
With gladness

It's my heart want to say
I love you
I missed you
I want to hug you

......

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