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The Star Witness
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

While we walked home from the movies, one moonlit starry night,
My friends and I talked and laughed, enjoying summer's delights.

The streets were quite silent, as trees swayed in warm breezes,
And night blooms graced the walks, like evening's masterpieces!

The birds were still singing, and jeweled fireflies were out,
Winking off and on magically, in the temporary world blackout!

We had stopped for ice cream, and ate our cones as we walked,

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A Season in the Sun
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

After swimming at Cherry Beach, I had been returning home,
With some very cool memories, of the sand and green foam.

On the drive back I had resolved, to take the scenic route,
Like the pathway down Magnolia Way, where scents drift about.

The rural lanes were charming, so I just took my sweet time;
And when I saw a grassy hill, I got out to take the climb.

I inhaled a deep breath, entranced by such hilltop beauty,

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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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Conversation with self
by Astha Verma

Time went by
And I was still there
There's 7 yr old me laughing
Can you hear what she saying
"Still no friends, what a sad being."
With that I shout, "No, I have"
"Really ? Someone to go out with ?"
"Someone to laugh with ?"
"Someone to do insane stuff with ?"
I wish I could say yes firmly

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इत्तिफ़ाक़
by Rafiq Pasha

हमारा पहुँचना क़ब्रिस्तान महस था एक इत्तिफ़ाक़
देखा मुतवफफी लहद में लेटे थे छोड़कर आफ़ाक़

आसमान में डूबते सूरज कि बिखरती लाली ये कहे
परिंदे लौट आए अपने घोसले भूलकर सब निफाक़

चारो ओर उदासी छाई हूवी थी, चहरे थे फ़िक्री
जानेवालो कि सिफ्र रहजाएगी यादो के औराक़

करोना का अजीब दौर था जब मौत होगई थी सस्ती

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Recent Friends Poems
Conversation with self
by Astha Verma

Time went by
And I was still there
There's 7 yr old me laughing
Can you hear what she saying
"Still no friends, what a sad being."
With that I shout, "No, I have"
"Really ? Someone to go out with ?"
"Someone to laugh with ?"
"Someone to do insane stuff with ?"
I wish I could say yes firmly

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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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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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