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  313.     

In Dismal Gorge

The lost can stay lost down here,
in laurel slicks, false-pathed caves.
Too much too soon disappears.

On creek banks clearings appear,
once homesteads. Nothing remains.
The lost can stay lost down here,

like Tom Clark's child, our worst fears
confirmed as we searched in vain.
Too much too soon disappears.

How often this is made clear
where cliff-shadows pall our days.
The lost can stay lost down here,

stones scattered like a river
in drought, now twice-buried graves.
Too much too soon disappears,

lives slip away like water.
We fill our Bibles with names.
The lost can stay lost down here.
Too much too soon disappears.
 
Ron Rash

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  314.     

Tree Of No Light Life

Tree of night.
Tree of fright.
See as this tree has, lost the need to fight.

Tree of no light.
Tree of no sight.
See this tree as it, lost will of life.

Abanded tree drained of like,
drained of strength, drained of life.

Soulless tree lost of love,
lost of weather, lost from above.
 
daryl widder

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  315.     

When We Lose....

when we lose a hope, ...
we wish that we never born, ..
when we lose the feeligs of a happiness, ..
our souls can left our bodies, ...
when a happiness go a way from our world, ..
we became a people without feelings, ..
and we lose our respectfull to ourselfs, ...
and then we lose any thing beauty in our life, ...
when we leave our humanity life, ..
we will lost a life, ..
and we will lost a desire to the life, ..
when we lose a desire to the life, ..
our hearts die, ...
and our bodies will rot, ..
and our feelings became as a piece of rock, ..
and then we lost all things,
even a humanity feelings, , ,
and then there is no a love, ..

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hazem al jaber

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  316.     

Lost And Lonely

One Heart
One Soul
One Life
With a lost Soul
Lost Heart
Lost Soul
Lost Life
Felling Like You Don’t Belong
Lonely Heart
Lonely Soul
Lonely Life
Lost and Lonely
 
Keith Young

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