Poems by Gracy Judith

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  • And here we are
    coursing upstream and down...

  • There’s a surging
    under her skin...

  • Roots (8) 6

    when failure befalls,
    why do you ache...

  • falling rain
    turns foe...

  • A Note (2) 1

    I write notes
    embellish days with sentences...

  • twilight fades like a trail
    into the cavernous wind-kissed sky...

  • The old house on the hill sits empty
    its still structure a thousand tongues speaking...

  • Revival (6) 4

    sweltering summer—
    the day morphs into...

  • Catharsis (2) 2

    How far will this cavalcade
    of empty hearses travel...

  • No, I will not burn
    this poem...

  • I desert the ocean
    of long melancholic spilling...

  • Solitude is a magical place
    in the heart of silence...