Strangers Poems

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“No Loitering”
by Drew Schoenfeld

The sign says “No Loitering”

But I don’t mind you soft strangers,
shuffling in mute,
meeting solace in the morning sun.

Its warmth on your shoulders
feels a little bit like love.

I know we’re always swimming in dirt and pretending we’re not.

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Just Strangers With Memories
by Anisha Nyambe

We're not friends, not enemies,
just strangers with memories
loosely hanging on the wall;
silently awaiting to die and fall.
Pass me by and remember to forget
a pausing moment you wish to regret.
Our eyes shall meet
and we shall shuffle our feet
when the smile we try to form
is the exact opposite of norm.

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On a Stormy Day
by Precious Whispers

Just like you would open the door
to a stranger on a stormy day,

welcome the souls
who knock on your heart.
You never know what
they've gone through.

-precious.whispers

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Just Strangers With Memories
by Anisha Nyambe

We're not friends, not enemies,
just strangers with memories
loosely hanging on the wall;
silently awaiting to die and fall.
Pass me by and remember to forget
a pausing moment you wish to regret.
Our eyes shall meet
and we shall shuffle our feet
when the smile we try to form
is the exact opposite of norm.

......

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“No Loitering”
by Drew Schoenfeld

The sign says “No Loitering”

But I don’t mind you soft strangers,
shuffling in mute,
meeting solace in the morning sun.

Its warmth on your shoulders
feels a little bit like love.

I know we’re always swimming in dirt and pretending we’re not.

......

Continue reading
On a Stormy Day
by Precious Whispers

Just like you would open the door
to a stranger on a stormy day,

welcome the souls
who knock on your heart.
You never know what
they've gone through.

-precious.whispers

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