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Soul Is Unsung.

You will be remembered after death
Provided it is found profitable
Or it lends them some identity.
Else, though great, your soul will be unsung.
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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Shaping Pockets

Delving into pockets of clay, shaping new ideas,
forming their identities along the way and
producing novel lines of imagination on the way.
Solitary pieces of puzzles always beginning and
ending in new molds of poetry.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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The Blatherskite

That man is a windbag,
An idiot,
All he can do is prattle on all day
About what he ate for lunch.
Master of small talk he is,
But buffoon in reality is his identity.
Justin Reamer

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Dark Cinnamon

My identity is based upon yours.
Dark is the moon and light cinnamon.
Inside the bush, perhaps both.
Climbing the tree just out of reach.
Is the face with full lips, I can see.
Is It Poetry

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