Author Archives: Barbara Blackcinder

About Barbara Blackcinder

I am a poet/writer with a need for words. There are so many out there that I haven't used yet. They define all reality and mine when you read those from me.

In a Bush

  There was a man, who’d hide in the bushes We avoided his house with care There were rumors galour, and innuendo About things that went on in there   We walked past quickly, and safely we hoped Keeping our … Continue reading

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Fantastically Real

  I live here in the real It’s always been a pain It should be no big deal But it drives one insane   You’re told to be your own self But to act like everyone So you sit up … Continue reading

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A Visit To The Other Sides

  A met a boy in a bar that was Known to accept those who are gay And it harkened me back it seems To the past and a particular day   I didn’t know then what I know now … Continue reading

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A Star Is Born

  A star is born, or has emerged Slipped from a cocoon into our world Raking in millions along with our admiration And with them our lives are soon twirled   We set them up as something special Their lives … Continue reading

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Forever

  We say forever, non-ending they say But that is a dream, it passes away Like the tree that was forever there After a century or so, it too goes bare   It seems that forever is a myth or … Continue reading

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My Own Slice

  Just give me a piece, a piece of my life where I can be happy, as pleased as can be Not so very much, a place without strife with nothing to distract, a place just for me   it … Continue reading

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Politics In a Can

  Here it comes in a sealed can Open it up and up pops a man Couldn’t it be a woman too Not so likely is really true   But what kind of fizzle do you see Nothing good it … Continue reading

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