Poems by silvershoes

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  • If I opened my heart to you,
    I would say, sweet angel...

  • Flecked across a scorched plain
    in Death Valley...

  • What am I.
    Fat. Pig. Dog. Slob. Disgusting animal...

  • When I stopped believing in Santa Claus,
    I stopped believing in God...

  • Sleepily, she trickles across wedged rocks
    and mossy boulders...

  • When we missed you,
    we used to sing...

  • Summer leaves
    and with her takes your...

  • No, he is not a prince in full regalia,
    riches falling at his boots...

  • "Why do you hate me
    when I love you more than anyone?&quot...

  • Apple (14)

    Dangling, sagging
    beneath your own weight...

  • Some are wilting before
    Rising with the blazing...

  • Redemption, too far from reach
    Transparency is yet to teach...