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 solitaire  jamieclaire        (More) 5/23/2015
 Count down from Love Dooby        (More) 5/21/2015
 Hate iamthelorax        (More) 5/19/2015
 i'd rather be drawn and quartered jamieclaire        (More) 5/18/2015
 The Long Good-bye Cynthiaapwlts        (More) 5/15/2015
 Silence Shouted  autumn_jewel        (More) 5/14/2015
 I'm Not The Father randy-johnson        (More) 5/13/2015
 The Pain Of Breaking Up  Emotionalman        (More) 5/13/2015
 Roses Strewn  Emotionalman        (More) 5/10/2015
 ARE YOU MADE OF STONE listener        (More) 5/7/2015
 5/2/15 (late night thoughts) misskendy        (More) 5/2/2015
 No U-Turn panther811        (More) 5/1/2015
 4/30/15 misskendy        (More) 4/29/2015
 LIGHT AND SHADOWS OF REALITY jvaughan        (More) 4/22/2015
 Mist firebird918        (More) 4/21/2015
 Forget Me Not firebird918        (More) 4/19/2015
 Love unrequited olderandbolder        (More) 4/18/2015
 Forget Me Not panther811        (More) 4/17/2015
 Believe the lie slow burn        (More) 4/16/2015
 I thought of you  zaheer        (More) 4/15/2015
 kaleidoscope Mind Of Mine Sue_Pinkston        (More) 4/14/2015
 Facing The Truth Sue_Pinkston        (More) 4/14/2015
 You're Heart Is Full Of Sorrow Sue_Pinkston        (More) 4/11/2015
 Climbing up the ladder! William3        (More) 4/7/2015
 Repressed panther811        (More) 4/7/2015
 Shattered dreams zaheer        (More) 4/3/2015
 When love dies zaheer        (More) 4/1/2015
 The price zaheer        (More) 4/1/2015
 Drifter zaheer        (More) 4/1/2015
 A PYGMY BEFORE MY SOUL zaheer        (More) 3/31/2015

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the distant whistle of the midnight train

interrupted her nightly solitaire game.

in the king of hearts she saw his face

as he dusted off the suitcase and

packed his jeans, his socks,

and all her tomorrows.

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