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The Poet does what he wants, In his isolated haunts… No pretty distractions Luring exactions, Of praise for what they flaunt. – One visit most do and then, Forgotten is a return again… Hard to be happy As a lonely … Continue reading

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He’s heard of “ghosties” on base, At least he knows they have no face… One came by He had to try, His search led to no place! – He wanted to thank a new friend, Inquiries hit a dead end… … Continue reading

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