Posted on 21 July, 2017
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Face your fear
Then turn away
Don’t risk gazing
At the icy cold
That pierce your shame
before it learns your name
© Christopher Stamfors
Category: PoetryTags: amwriting, fear, Poem, Poetry, shame
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Bones are that which keeps you here
Turn to dust and your soul will yield
Forgive this old fool
For the mistakes he’ve made
Leave me be and let the past fade
Fire rained over our heads
fume from the rocks seethed out of the ocean
Everything is quiet now
Except the gulls who shrieked and shuffled happily
Their meals now properly boiled
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