Author Archives: Barbara Blackcinder

About Barbara Blackcinder

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

The Swirling Winds

The wind that swirls around our feet Surely moves us ever so sweet But now it seems to be going around Brushing our skirts up over the ground The tastes of life within those swirls Are precious gems and polished … Continue reading

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The Staff

  It stands erect, though feebly so Its paint in chips and so exposed Dignity and pride having let go Embarrassment and shame imposed   It once was shiny, clean and white A head in the air so high A … Continue reading

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Darkness

  Looking to the horizon, I clearly see The line of storms coming at me Boiling and roiling and increasing in size Soon to cover the width of the sky   But it is an illusion, a mistake of sight … Continue reading

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Nowhere At All

  I have nowhere to go Nowhere to turn My mind is in circles Ever it churns   Should I have done this Could I do that But instead of action I stayed there and sat   Fear is my … Continue reading

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One of Many

  Oh so sad, when you cannot be All that you wish, you wish to see You haven’t control of what you need You are merely the path of a wanton seed A start that had no necessary end Life … Continue reading

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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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