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May 8th 1945

A revision from my original book for the next one ...
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How Does Your Garden Grow (Poetry Challenge)

There are plants that love the light whilst others thrive in the shade ...
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Uncle Lev

The lesson of one life ...
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The most romantic hero – the curse of Manfred

The curse of Manfred was not one but many. Grieving desperately over his deceased love, whose death he might have caused, – but we shall never know it, nor did he ever know for sure himself, – he went up high into the mountains where he met his fate, a witch, who cursed him with insomnia forever and to age most bitterly and prematurely to at best die old already as a young man. Devils ...
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Delirium

Tying up ourselves into a knot of indissoluble and perfect love like under laws of voluntary tyranny, committed hopelessly to never let each other go, is not a bondage of encumberment and obligation but more like the utmost duty free proceedings from the pangs of hard bound, energetic love to perfect liberation and release of freedom. There is but one question that remains: Can we love each other more than this? Is there a possibility ...
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They call him Alcopop!

Intro: up to 50 words (delete this text and enter your own) Thoughts shared from people I know that have been affected by alcoholism, ...
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Bottles, Bones, and Broken Roots

(Testing recovery from Draft) deep feelings only thrive on a firm foundation - recent, part faction, part fiction ...
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S and M

A poem about love ...
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Bags of Bones

An old couple I saw at a market ...
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EMAIL TO A READER, CC ANYONE, part 5.

Short Intro: up to 4 words ( if you delete this text and enter your own, if you don't then it will be precisely up to 23) ...
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The War-Born Child

abhors the self-deceit of divine power ...
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We All Dream Alone ( The Book)

The cancer diary is now published, this is the link if your interested ...
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My love

With risk to constantly repeat myself I ask you once again most beggarly to hide in your delightful custody, escaping from this sordid tardy world into your love of endless comfort, seeking my protection in the jungle of your hair, the supreme relief from any anguish and the only love for me that lasts. Although our love is utterly impossible, forbidden socially and exiled to extremes, it is the only love for me and so ...
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The Worn Catch

from loneliness, meant inappropriately professing conclusions to a trapped ear! ...
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Centrifugal Force

musings while waiting for Brexit! ...
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Franz Liszt – he fucked them all

A handsome man and brilliant pianist, who no Parisian lady could resist, and thus his entire career was mainly executed between sheets. Alas, they were an endless lot, the mistress of king Louis of Bavaria, that notorious dancer Lola Montez, poor Marie d'Agoult, with whom he had three children, which he never cared for much, so two of them were lost and died, while only Cosima, his daughter, lived to be the second wife of ...
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The Fortune Teller

  What a twat I was! I should have twigged her hidden motive while becoming entangled in our free-verse drama!; but, she was determined to be the hero! Never trust the ego of a writer, especially those nearest! I should never have started it with those opening lines! ...
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To The Innermost Edge

Bones II ...
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The Chaste Nun

whose emotional well-being from total sexual abstinence is a psychical mystery ...
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