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CONDITION OF THE HEART
by Shobhit Desai

WHEN A SIMPLE ARROW PIERCES THROUGH THE HEART,
THE FEELING IS LIKE WHEN YOU SEE A SMASHED SWEET LITTLE TART.

YOUR FACE TURNS PALE,
SPOILT DOUGH SOMEWHERE ON SALE.

THE BROKEN PIECES HURT MORE,
AS THEY BECOME SHARP AND HAVE TURNED SORE.

NOW THINK WHEN THE BROKEN HEART IS PIERCED INNUMERABLY,

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Why me?
by Charles Peck

I thought I had finally found the one.
That the rest of my life had finally begun.
A girl so amazing that each day I questioned,
Why me?

She sat in my car and it was love at first sight.
I knew I would always remember that night.
Because deep down I knew inside,
I wanted to make her my bride.


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THE AGONIZING THOUGHTS
by sanidhya srivastava

nothing could be the same ever again!
problems are like popups!
every other day, we're caught up!
i think of
bringing back things in to track !
but helplessly i am shattered everyday!
today i am standing on a path where
the demons are screaming in pain!
terrific is the fact that things will not change for good!
worse it will now be for sure!

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Chasing elusive rainbows
by Daniel Ryan Cotler

In pursuit of rainbows, I'd tirelessly strive,
Seeking happiness and fulfillment to revive,
But the rules were ever-changing, elusive, and sly,
In this shifting relationship, I'd question why.

Each day a new dawn, with hope in my heart,
Believing in us, right from the very start,
I'd reach for those rainbows, with dreams in my eyes,
Hoping to mend what our love might comprise.


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Desolate Heart
by Reverie Thoughts

Going back and forth
Between our unsettled score
What do we torture ourselves for?
The way I feel your energy
All up above and around me
You know that I will never stay
If it is to beg you
For your name
Make it known
Before I become

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Walking through the maze of doubt
by Daniel Ryan Cotler

In the maze of doubt and insecurity, I'd tread,
Gaslit and projected upon, my spirit often led,
Every turn, a challenge, uncertainties grew,
In this narcissistic grip, I questioned what was true.

With each step I took, shadows seemed to loom,
As you gaslighted me, a relentless gloom,
Navigating the maze, my mind in disarray,
In this labyrinth of doubt, I'd search for a way.


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Chasing elusive rainbows
by Daniel Ryan Cotler

In pursuit of rainbows, I'd tirelessly strive,
Seeking happiness and fulfillment to revive,
But the rules were ever-changing, elusive, and sly,
In this shifting relationship, I'd question why.

Each day a new dawn, with hope in my heart,
Believing in us, right from the very start,
I'd reach for those rainbows, with dreams in my eyes,
Hoping to mend what our love might comprise.


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Mirrors of churning reflection
by Daniel Ryan Cotler

In the mirror's churning reflection, I'd gaze,
A constant distortion, a bewildering haze,
My true self obscured, by the narcissistic game,
A battle within, for my identity's name.

The mirror would twist, my image it'd bend,
As the projections took hold, a relentless trend,
I knew I was good, with a heart that was kind,
But the mirror showed a monster, a distorted bind.


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Maybe
by Nehal Mistry

What if I told you I like you?
Would you still treat me the same?
What if I told you I liked you several times since 8th grade?
Would you still maintain our friendship?
You have no idea what goes on in my mind and heart, although I really hope that you do.
I wish you knew, but I don't want to tell you
Because I know how it will end.
I'm not the type of girl you like, although I really wish I was.
I'm not as pretty as her, nor am I as smart as her. I don't want to be like her, but maybe, just maybe, if I was like her, you might have looked at me the way you did to her.
I wish this were in one of those books that I have read. Then there might be a chance of a plot twist, and maybe you like me back as well.

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Blackbird.
by Alexandra Davis

Salt sweat eyes
Blistered feet
Fraying threads of sanity, in blistering heat
Nervous sweat, sweat sweat
Stress sweat
Head in my texts
On that night out
Dreaming of early ones
And late ones
And lay in ones

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