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Posts Tagged ‘childhood’

Love of Narcissism

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Childhood Poems

Love of Narcissism Look at her face. Smooth as silk, soft as cotton. Her hair is gold, her eyes sapphires. Rose petal lips, dainty hands and fingertips. Glossy teeth, sweet beneath. Isn’t it nice to know mirrors never lie? 1978 School assignment for an English class. We had to describe a personality trait or characteristic […]

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JM – JF

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Childhood Poems, Gloomy or Darker Poems

JM – JF Days of old Scars afflict the girls’ mind. Thin eggshell skull, Cracking with childhood memories. Sweat drips from a monsters brow. Blood, boiling in the veins. Seeping through the ever aging lines On a Childs hands. Hollow eyes sink into the swamp Of fear and corruption. Thoughts gasping for air, Wind blows […]

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ScratchScratchScratch

April 14, 2011 by admin | No Comments | Filed in Childhood Poems

ScratchScratchScratch My poems….by Julia Look!  What was that? Imagination. Yes? Noooo nonono!! There it goes again.  Back and forth. What is it? Squiggles, circles, spinning round and round. Stars and stripes jumping, Dancing, screaming, SSSSSsssss! A duck on a lake. Peaceful, calm, tranquility, rest. Sleep my mind, till I wake you tomorrow.   1978 Age […]

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