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enough. poem

and I leave traces of myself like carvings etched in stone andthink it’s enough,when I can seebeyond a horizon and know there’s more, more in knowing that on the otherside of the sun isdarkness in need of light and hope. …

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Dwelling. Poem

On an unused train track, sat an old, red caboose, desolate.Sad of emptiness, cheerless, cold, and calamity contained it. An orphaned teenager dread-locked in fear, abandoned, fell into a state of deprivation, free from restraint, and guidancesearching for a hole …

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Chivalry. Poem

β€œTrue romance is not created by white knights with shiny armor, but, by those gallant men who yield to chivalry.” – Linda J Wolff his emotion is evolutionary.his masculine voice filters the sound of audibles,the illusion of a Greek warrior invested in the denting of his armorhis chiseled body-worn from exhaustion saying;we will find love, she’s not far now. each broken boy forlorn, an injured bird,one wing at each little taped bandage, now mending.He has welded them back into his soul as branchesof an old oak budding when spring comes yielding and open-leafedfrom the warming, a new sunrise of the …

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emerge. poem

I now see my life an openshiny white textured canvas and I could do and write anything I want. I willplant seeds inthe visual ofwords and letpoems grow likespring blooms. About the Author Linda J. WolffΒ [ WolffPoetry.com ] is an …

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Madness

and in the tenderness when intimacies intertwinenot of touch, not of physicalitywhen words interweavethe very thread of beingwoven of magic and music,rainfall, and sunlight,and utter confusion… About the Author Linda J. WolffΒ [ WolffPoetry.com ] is an American poet from the …

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Draw Into. Poem

Know of your breath and the pause you must take in it to heal yourself from the inside out. Inhale deeplyuntil you knowI’ll find you,I am the next breathand warm embracewaiting whenyou’ve becomelost in the darkness,I am the laughterfilling shadowswith …

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A Mind’s Cavern

Deep within there’s light, and shadows become friend. Walkthrough the cavern, to the openingof your mind, immerse yourself. swim in the choppy waves and drown, swallow enough saltwaterso you know of bitterness,if getting wet and bitter isn’t appealing, maybe You …

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Her Final Outcome. Poem

Inevitable is the belief of destiny if change doesn’t take place. Under the starlit dress of the nightsadness disguised behind brown eyesshe wanders into blankness, a renewing numbness. Thoughts immersed inside shadows.And yesterday drenched in naked truths.Bare was the dashes …

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Readily Open

Do we know of love and the capabilities of perceiving it? Tangible is a gift…or a value of time, where you hold moments palpableidentified as a memory…of a manifest. Capture, capture it, again, and contain itlike moisture on the inside …

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Cut. Poem

hold me to a stifle?and your loosening words cut.a tongue scissors. ask me not to bleed?pain penetratesand strangles did you know?were you aware?linguistics formsare meant to symbolize love not anguish. About the Author Linda J. WolffΒ [ WolffPoetry.com ] is an …

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Yielding to the Sun. Poem

She’s a flexible branch without convictions to love. Adaptive to change. Yielding to the Sun Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Under gray skies,I long for you.I swear, I can see our words, our loveinscribed on a canvas.Painted of spring. I …

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Warm. Poem

Of all this distance, I can still feel your presence. Β  A May morningand I’ll watch it slowly wake me.Stirring words like perfumed treasures where love rises like a sunand warms. How beautiful to besaturated in emotion,we cannot control.I know, …

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Self Notation

She’s an instance of the processing; she’s a representation of the character. She’s a broken-winged bird.Pulling strength into an air streamthat conjures aspirations, gliding,soaring, swooping into her soul,a soul she knows how to heal, Her heartaches, a compilation of rebirths,molten …

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Limits Only Exist in the Mind

To stand in the way of yourself is to impede one’s self of greatness. To discharge, to flash, and move from an atmosphere without loss of oneself,one must weather. The suddenness of whiplash, words cut through and through.And I move …

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Extend. Poem

Clear is the color of yellow, a luminous beacon. She the yellow rose of time.Inclined to the dawn Spring sublime In reality, weed killer, like poisons, she knew their words could rot at the core of her stem, tear at …

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Unfolding. Micro-Poetry

What makes us capable of healing? Her eyes sometimes blind, dismissing reality, erasing words that cut deep enough to rain.And her soul like soil seeds again, sprouting,curling around the partsof her, sturdy and flowering. About the Author Linda J. WolffΒ [ …

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Diffuse

She takes an emotion softens it with recognition. Diffuses words; ask it to leave.Because entertaining light is a translucent reflection that shadows stand behind. LINDA J WOLFF

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The Weight of Heartache. Poem.

I used to wear heartache like an overweighted backpack. I used to wear heartache likean over-weighted backpack.Stuff so much pain inside the zipper of a soul.Again and again, I would unzip it.And toss inside another painful challenge,call it grief, or …

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