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Spirits of the Dead

Spirits of the Dead By Edgar Allen Poe   I    Thy soul shall find itself alone  ’Mid dark thoughts of the gray tombstone—  Not one, of all the crowd, to...

A Song of Travel

A Song of Travel By Rudyard Kipling   Where's the lamp that Hero lit Once to call Leander home? Equal Time hath shovelled it 'Neath the wrack...

ICE Agents Storm My Porch

ICE Agents Storm My Porch By Maria Melendez Kelson The Indiscriminate Citizenry of Earth are out to arrest my sense of being a misfit. “Open up!” they bellow, hands quiet...

A Mother’s Day Poem

Roses for Mama By Lynn Casstevens   Lord, are there roses in your garden On the shores of jubilee Would you pick a dozen of your best And deliver them...

This is Me (Lyrics)

This is Me  Lyrics from The Greatest Showman (Video)   I am not a stranger to the dark Hide away, they say 'Cause we don't want your broken parts I've learned...

Dear March – Come In

Dear March - Come in By Emily Dickinson DEAR March, come in! How glad I am! I looked for you before. Put down your hat— You must have walked— How out...

Love Song

Love Song  By Rainer Maria Rilke How can I keep my soul in me, so that it doesn't touch your soul? How can I raise it high enough,...

Our Prayer of Thanks

Our Prayer of Thanks by Carl Sandburg  For the gladness here where the sun is shining at evening on the weeds at the river, Our prayer of...

The Haunted Palace

The Haunted Palace By Edgar Allen Poe, 1839 In the greenest of our valleys     By good angels tenanted,  Once a fair and stately palace-     Radiant palace- reared its head.  In...

Drinkin’ from My Saucer

Drinkin' from My Saucer I've never made a fortune And it's prob'ly too late now; But I don't worry 'bout that much, I'm happy anyhow! And as I go...