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  • 109.
    At Last, I Stand

    In the dawn of our disciple,
    in the midst of our wake,
    I find it hard to suffer,
    for an inconceivable stake. read more »

    Dylan Dowrick
  • 110.
    Hard Corps Not Core

    As many of us go through life,
    There is something that we to want help us through any strife
    We feel like need more
    This is what led us to be Hard Corps not Core read more »

    Frank Pulver
  • 111.
    Sometimes Teachers Cry

    Students are lazy to learn and you won't see it on the aprons they wear
    For if clothes were to speak voices would be banned
    And our ears grow longer with desperation of what is true
    We speak but it seems our word is not taken read more »

    Ephraim Tshilo
  • 112.
    Clap-Ridden Sluts

    Let's hold hands with clap-ridden sluts at a V.D. clinic in Rat Land

    As for the mangy bald the government must not pass a total hat ban read more »

    Richard Thripp
  • 113.

    Efforts I exert now
    definitely will bear
    with something great
    importantly good deal read more »

    Marvin Brato Sr
  • 114.
    Balloons in the Blue

    Seemingly insignificant
    Amidst the bounteous blue
    Yet each carries the hopes, the dreams
    The smile of a child below read more »

    Kaitlin Bianca
  • 115.
    A Many Splintered Thing

    LOVE is:
       a dopamine trip
          Paris in the spring
             a really low tennis score. read more »

    Robert Charles Howard
  • 116.
    alice the artist ('this is art')

    She paints first the floor
    Then the wall behind her
    The adjacent wall
    Stops not at the first quart read more »

    deandre cammon
  • 117.
    Ms. Jekyll and Miss Hyde

    The next door girl given to jeans and her art work
    Is worth watching and investing an appropriate wave,
    But I could not help but chuckle - after her graduation -
    Seeing her transformed into interview read more »

    Bill Grace
  • 118.
    live laugh love

    there are three things to live for,
    my happyness when my baby girl smiles,
    pain, read more »

    Alicia Roseberry
  • 119.
    Love is hard

    What happens when you have to say goodbye
    do everything just go back to normal
    well i can't do because im already intangled
    in the mist of the love i feel for you read more »

    jasmine jorden
  • 120.
    Maria... Maria! ! !

    She was the prettiest girl in school
    A preacher’s daughter and thirteen
    I remember how naughty she was
    She gave me my first French kiss read more »

    Kay Barcelon
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