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Cry in the Wilderness Poetry and Prose by Debbie Dunn
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I wrote this poetry back when I was in my teens and early twenties. Other than the occasional rhymed-poem, I found I much preferred writing free-style free-verse type poetry. When I would find myself embroiled in some kind of conflict, either with myself, with others, or with some kind of situation, I would compose a series of one to six poems. By the end of the writing...
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Cry in the Wilderness Poetry and Prose by Debbie Dunn
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Posted by Debbie Dunn referred by Alliax
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I wrote this poetry back when I was in my teens and early twenties. Other than the occasional rhymed-poem, I found I much preferred writing free-style free-verse type poetry. When I would find myself embroiled in some kind of conflict, either with myself, with others, or with some kind of situation, I would compose a series of one to six poems. By the end of the writing...
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These styles are not necessarily "formal" styles. They are how I describe how I write. They are also not in order of preference, so here goes:
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Poems about our summer activities: playing baseball, stacking wood for the winter, and sadly, saying goodbye to summer. (30% complete, at least 139 words missing)
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Authored by tlmntim9
20 all new poems by the writing team of Tim Wilkinson.Wayne Wilkes (16% complete, at least 168 words missing)
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Published by R.S Mallari whose referrer is TinaAtHome
Below are 5 inspirational poems that can motivate and make you appreciate life. Life is so precious and so short just to spend it soaking and being bitter. Life is what we make it so make it fun and fulfilling. (99% complete, at least 1 words missing)

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Three Poems Celebrating Early Summer Includes Thoughts On Memorial Day, The Month Of May, and a Lonely Summer Cloud. (30% complete, at least 140 words missing)
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I dreamt I gave birth To joy And I fed her As she grew Into her fullness Her smile Opened hearts Her presence Inspired a world That had forgotten She existed She taught many As she aged Showing them That beauty And love Peace and happiness Did not need to be searched for Or bought But lived in their own hearts Where they touched God's grace (52% complete, at least 95 words missing)
pink tulips
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Reviewed by Inspiring Joy whose referrer is poddys
Rumi Quote (17% complete, at least 165 words missing)
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Posted by tlmntim9
Yes, Wayne wrote of her often, well...he loved her! (30% complete, at least 139 words missing)