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I Want To Burn It All Up.

I want to burn it all up All this domesticated bullshit All this fear All this insecurity, mistrust, jealousy, All this you not showing up in your majesty, All this mailing it in and stuffing it down, All this keeping it small, good and polite because it’s what nice girls do.

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Of Ribbons and Curls. {poetry}

  Ribbons for words Curls but for fleeting change Of taking leaps And riding waves Of seasons and decisions Of smiles and tenderness Of tomorrows made up of nows… Wrapped in silver-lined hopes… Carrying nothing But a song… Of courage and faith… Of ribbons and curls… *** {Join us on  ...

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Calm Surrender. {poetry}

  Peace is neither passive nor submissive. It is an overwhelming force which comes from within; transcending all worldly knowledge and acquisition of power over others. A steadfast coalition of spirit and soul standing against all forms of unrest that abounds. So when I say, “I’ve made  ...

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Loving You. {poetry}

  Love does not walk on eggshells. It shatters through humiliating stumbling blocks and falls. It breaks into song sans regard for perfect pitches and tunes. It laughs uninhibitedly and with reckless abandon — not at, but with, another.   It holds the other person’s hands not  ...

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Write to Me of Flowers and Meadows.

  Write to me, of flowers and meadows and sights that leave you breathless and alive… Paint me a sunrise of smiles, of melodies that take my breath away. Move me with your moments of joys and sorrows, of strength, that took you through it all. Walk me through your dreams of greatness, and  ...

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Find Me. {poetry}

  Winter’s running late as spring hesitates to arrive And yet all I see, are hues of a heart so vibrant and alive I would catch the fastest sail to be by your side If only moments like these could convey all that’s raging inside I have always found your face, whenever I look at mine  ...

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