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Terra Incognita

Terra Incognita Written by Oliver Pan     Do I, then, belong to the heavens? Why, if not so, should the heavens Fix me thus with their ceaseless blue stare, Luring me on, and my mind, higher Ever higher, up into the sky, Drawing me ceaselessly up To heights far,…

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Recovery

    Beware of those cobbles, trample not on the moss Of the land, Where drifts the cortege, through stench and ravines, Where crows feed on phlegm and flesh of lizards, And floods drain urine and mortal dirt of shame Into the river where bathed your ancestors. Where civilization thrives…

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RIP

      Why u shed ur tear, Mom! Oh Dear! Cry not, for I am not gone, I will return.   I am an idea, I am a pride. I am love, to you, my bride.   I am proud! To die thimble, For the land I nourish from….

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An ode to a passerby

  Rhyme, beloved, my music with your curse, my thoughts with your sickness, In your world I sought hope, and in your heart I found solace. Your eyes were but eyes of virtue, that now prowl some toxic greenery, Crawling like a snake into your nerves, leaving you comatose, Blameless…

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Memoirs of Autumn

    Held in a late season At a shifting of worlds, In the golden balance of autumn, Out of love and reason We made our peace; Stood still in October In the failing light and sought, Each in the other,ease And release from silence, From the slow damnation Of…