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Have to sort this one out. My poem. Read More
Paul fell deeply in love with Beverly. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is the story of a sensitive kid, and that kid was me. Read More

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"What an excellent piece Roxanne !!! You took me on a journey of your sensitivity and your sad emotions as your vivid imagery jumped off the s..." Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 03, 2020

A poem about 'High Sensitive Person' Read More

Tags: care, sensitive, hsp

Of all the people to be bumping into-- a woman with two times triplets. Read More
I wrote this, in 2016. It's part of my 5th poem set, Emptiness Condensed. Read More

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The 'The Odd Ones' House

Returning to the roots of the problem can be inspiring. Read More
CAUTION!!! STORY CONTAINS EXTREME VIOLENCE and SENSITIVE SUBJECT MATTER!!! I've touched many subjects as a writer. I've always tried to not write about the same thing twice. This can be challenging after a while, especially when you're number one rule is "write what you know". In an attempt to spawn… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 09, 2013

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The Booksie Classic House

In away of explination and apology to Indie for my over analizing of something she wrote. Read More
This is a song/poem for all the people who think they aren't good enough and that life isn't good and they don't know how to go on.. .for everybody who is struggling or has struggling. And it's also for those guardian angels that are watching over each and every one… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

dulse no secret of dhea with daisy as still of breast as i eat it now overcoming thyroid drop as spontaneous abortion of amalgam as amniotic seaweed to only mean entanglement to not get nutrition in accumulated mass or next batch but by one with more than tide to not… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

“Sir, are you visually impaired?” “No.” “Then why you were wearing a blind fold?” “Just to feel safe.” “How?” “I don’t want my fellow travelers in the plane threatened by my looks and type of my clothing.” “How the blind fold helps?” “Well, people feel safe around blind men and… Read More
simple,straight forward,love poem about the very 'first time'. Read More

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