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.

Configurations

  Just a line or two you’ll see To let you know that I am me I’m not someone just like you You may sing this like me too   You see I can’t help but find The things that … Continue reading

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Endings

  It’s all gone now, the ever pressing need to hide There is no one left to fool by my side The carnival ended, no tracks to ride   Life is at an end now, there’s only days to see … Continue reading

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Arrogance Of The Universe

  We know now there are billions of planets Some are rocks and some are ice Many uninhabitable for creatures like man But with billions, millions must be nice   Of all the creatures developed on these rocks We stand … Continue reading

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Eternal Days

  I had a day, it was so good, Quite special in its own way I tried just as hard as I could But I knew it wouldn’t stay   And so through time as by it went To eternity … Continue reading

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Don’t Hang Yourself Up

  To procrastinate, you can be sure Of nothing towards the goal To put it off for another day Doesn’t mean you’re on a roll   Likewise letting doubt have its way Can surely end something begun And so we … Continue reading

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Castaway

  Why can’t you accept, what I’m made to feel Why can’t you accept, that it is a big deal Can’t you accept that the pain is so real That your calling me names won’t quickly heal   Stop telling … Continue reading

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No Illusions

  Pretty much, it’s just a dream, A wish that will never come true Something that will never happen A fortune that will never come due   It is hard to imagine something that You wish for with all your … Continue reading

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