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Love is Blind
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a marvelous ophthalmologist, impacting how others saw this world,
As tomorrow one day sees yesterday, on lanes where hued leaves swirled.

I corrected hazy, crazy vision problems, with eyeglasses and with surgery;
Like a second look, evoked by raspberry rose, to verify beauty's certainty.

I also did frequent research, on hidden causes and cures for eye disease;
Just as reasons for rainbows and stardust, lay hidden in nature mysteries.

I had once studied cosmetology, and I loved the art of applying makeup;

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I Feel Lonely
by Sorry But no

I feel lonely.
I must succeed.
Can I call my parents?
No, they have too much on their plates.
Can I call my teachers?
No, We only discuss school work.
Can I call my friends?
No, they are always too busy, and never pick up the phone.
Can I call That Friend?
… No, I cannot have her worry about me.

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Trailblazer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a classic 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air, in mint condition, admiral and white.
My owner had other beautiful, classic cars, like stars sparkling into twilight.

My owner loved his old cars, saying 'they don't make them like they used to;'
And I enjoyed getting out upon the open road, to show him what I could do.

My fellow cars and I saw lots of sunny days, in bliss freedom of the flowers,
Traveling the length and breadth of this land, in the clasp of jeweled hours.

Flighty friends and I recalled 'good old days,' in rosy sunset times of finally,

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Almost Home
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I believed in fitness and healthy living, including obtaining sufficient sleep,
To revel for years in buttery sunshine, which makes emerald willows weep.

I consumed only healthier foods, including plenty of fruits and vegetables,
As the glassy, black midnight water, reaches up for moonlight collectibles.

Exercise was part of my daily routine, at times running, at others walking,
On the street of scarlet butterflies, where lazy blackbirds were squawking.

I was in the wild midst of the happy years, like a rare diamond in the sun,

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~✨
by Shruti Sidpara

Once like a river, our laughter did flow,
As we shared secrets, like no others would know,
But then came the storm, with thunderous rage,
And the bond we cherished, began to fade.

The laughter now echoes, but with a hollow sound,
As the silence between us, deafeningly profound,
Once close as kin, now strangers we stand,
With wounds so deep, we cannot comprehend.


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Recent Friends Poems
Love is Blind
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a marvelous ophthalmologist, impacting how others saw this world,
As tomorrow one day sees yesterday, on lanes where hued leaves swirled.

I corrected hazy, crazy vision problems, with eyeglasses and with surgery;
Like a second look, evoked by raspberry rose, to verify beauty's certainty.

I also did frequent research, on hidden causes and cures for eye disease;
Just as reasons for rainbows and stardust, lay hidden in nature mysteries.

I had once studied cosmetology, and I loved the art of applying makeup;

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Trailblazer
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

I was a classic 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air, in mint condition, admiral and white.
My owner had other beautiful, classic cars, like stars sparkling into twilight.

My owner loved his old cars, saying 'they don't make them like they used to;'
And I enjoyed getting out upon the open road, to show him what I could do.

My fellow cars and I saw lots of sunny days, in bliss freedom of the flowers,
Traveling the length and breadth of this land, in the clasp of jeweled hours.

Flighty friends and I recalled 'good old days,' in rosy sunset times of finally,

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Past Lives
by Jacob George

Past lives come and go
People and moments slip away
Sometimes new ideas and hope sink below

As time marches on and trudges through the snow
The ones that really matter stay
Past lives come and go

Things get lost and slip away in the flow
Things you love seem to fade away

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~✨
by Shruti Sidpara

Once like a river, our laughter did flow,
As we shared secrets, like no others would know,
But then came the storm, with thunderous rage,
And the bond we cherished, began to fade.

The laughter now echoes, but with a hollow sound,
As the silence between us, deafeningly profound,
Once close as kin, now strangers we stand,
With wounds so deep, we cannot comprehend.


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in front of the toilet
by Sunny Cromwell

We stood in front of the toilet and waited.
You said you couldn't do it anymore.
She would be the perfect woman
But not your home.
Your home is there in the first booth
Your home is doing lines
You stood in front of the toilet and waited

I feel disgusted and
this pseudo-romanticism quite ridiculous.

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