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I Must Heal
by Leigh Yah

It all makes sense now
Those nights I deprived myself from sleep
Those days I wondered where and how
And those moments I combat with anxiety.

I lost count of the times I endured infidelity
But that isn't the only case I had to deal with
My vision was clear but I feel like I'm blinded
Too bad, ignoring all the clues became a habit.


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Broken Memory
by Anthony Savino

Broken Memory

I’ve done it to myself, went back to memory lane where your smiles brought joy to my heart,
not pain.
That smile was for your daughter

Do I just love to feel pain? Oh i love to feel pain of broken memories,
broken hearts,
man that shits insane.


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I laughed
by green blue

I laughed. I laughed and you didn’t know why. I laughed because I knew it was over. I laughed because all the stereotypes are true. I laughed at how anticlimactic that was. I laughed at myself for knowing it was over but not saying anything just so you can reach that conclusion yourself so that you can break up with me just for the sake of sparing your pride. I laughed that at the moment i felt betrayed by the person closest to me and i still picked you over myself. I laughed at the frailness of a love that was forged by the fire of adversity when it faced the coldness of fear. Maybe i’m not in love with you but i sure as hell love you.

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Songs For My Dark Mother: Translations from Shakta Poetry 2011
by Rudra Kinshuk

Songs For My Dark Mother: Translations from Shakta Poetry 2011



1.

Repose faith in Kali, why so anxious?
The delusive night being over, the dawn blooms.
The sun rises to dispel pall of darkness,
regards to Lord Shiva

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Whisping Flame
by Jonathan Martin

The fire is lit it shall stay:
Arriving now peace is clear.
It seems as though we will never turn grey,
Complacent we grow longing for frontier.
The winds have answered and over the mountain range
A storm appears longing for change.
But now in the storm our fire suffers,
We take place in different shelters.
It seems inevitable but also impossible.
No one ever seems responsible,

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Whisping Flame
by Jonathan Martin

The fire is lit it shall stay:
Arriving now peace is clear.
It seems as though we will never turn grey,
Complacent we grow longing for frontier.
The winds have answered and over the mountain range
A storm appears longing for change.
But now in the storm our fire suffers,
We take place in different shelters.
It seems inevitable but also impossible.
No one ever seems responsible,

......

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I Must Heal
by Leigh Yah

It all makes sense now
Those nights I deprived myself from sleep
Those days I wondered where and how
And those moments I combat with anxiety.

I lost count of the times I endured infidelity
But that isn't the only case I had to deal with
My vision was clear but I feel like I'm blinded
Too bad, ignoring all the clues became a habit.


......

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I laughed
by green blue

I laughed. I laughed and you didn’t know why. I laughed because I knew it was over. I laughed because all the stereotypes are true. I laughed at how anticlimactic that was. I laughed at myself for knowing it was over but not saying anything just so you can reach that conclusion yourself so that you can break up with me just for the sake of sparing your pride. I laughed that at the moment i felt betrayed by the person closest to me and i still picked you over myself. I laughed at the frailness of a love that was forged by the fire of adversity when it faced the coldness of fear. Maybe i’m not in love with you but i sure as hell love you.

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Songs For My Dark Mother: Translations from Shakta Poetry 2011
by Rudra Kinshuk

Songs For My Dark Mother: Translations from Shakta Poetry 2011



1.

Repose faith in Kali, why so anxious?
The delusive night being over, the dawn blooms.
The sun rises to dispel pall of darkness,
regards to Lord Shiva

......

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Now we're Ghost
by Lily Isong

Now we're ghost


We lived
We loved
We hurt, we got hurt
We fell into the deep red sea
We struggled to survive it
The current and chemistry was stronger than our mortal bodies.
We died

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