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.

Synopsis Of Life

  It was the middle of July, there was sleepiness in my eye And I hadn’t learned to view the world I felt pain and sufferings, and the knowledge that it brings, My mind opened and caused sensations and swirls … Continue reading

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The Unforgiven Theft

  It was a dream as such; I have since thought of much Becoming a clumsy crutch, I could not have had it much more It occurred while I slept so fast, staying around when sleep was past I never … Continue reading

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The End of The Road

  She was a gorgeous girl. Her hips were slender, breasts just big enough to impress you with every hug. Her long hair surrounded her face, almost hiding it between the waves running down past her jaw and over her … Continue reading

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The Fateful Hug

  It wasn’t meant to be more than a hug But the hidden passion just came out I thought for a second whether or not Then my emotions came with a shout   I took in a huge whiff of … Continue reading

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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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