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Not One (New original poetry by Toni Love)

We gather together
Seen and unseen
When mothers pray
The heavens come forth to listen Continue reading

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Frustrated – Original Poetry 12/6/05

I am so tired of living among a passion-less people So exhausted, so full of excuses of why they don’t have time to or don’t have the energy to Can’t fit the struggle into their schedule of Pilates classes, after work affairs and the nine to … Continue reading

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