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Killing a Friend

I lost a fellow friend
To my own stupidity
A mistake I may not be able to mend
She has all my sympathy

Deserve this, she did not
Need this, she did not

All was going well
Till my common sence fell
All was going well
The guilt begins to swell

The pain I bring
Gave her heart more than a sting

In all reality
What I did was murder
In all reality
I might as well have killed her
 
Brie Carter

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  146.     

Bullets and Poppies

Bullets were flying
and soldiers were dying
as crimson poppies
swayed in the breeze,
beyond the trenches
beyond the green leas
in the fourteen-eighteen war
'the war to end all wars'
but these words sadly
failed to please.

The poppy's the emblem
and sorrowful hearts in sympathy
wander back to Flanders Fields
where thousands of comrades
were shamefully killed.
Golden the archives,
with names of the heroes...
and the poppy still sways
in the breeze, because
wars will never cease.
 
Joyce Hemsley

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  147.     

Superficiality

On the right side of leftover need,
Trying to dropp a want...
In an empty pot not heated.
And not use to steaming up,
A sympathy to catch...
An empathy others can not see,
Or feel.
This is the reality,
Of attempting to appeal
To a superficiality,
Too long fed on a diet of pretensions!
 
Lawrence S. Pertillar

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  148.     

The Couple Upstairs

Shoes instead of slippers down the stairs,
She ran out with her clothes

And the front door banged and I saw her
Walking crookedly, like naked, to a car.

She was not always with him up there,
And yet they seemed inviolate, like us,
Our loves in sympathy. Her going

Thrills and frightens us. We come awake
And talk excitedly about ourselves, like guests.
 
Henry Money

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