Poetry


Poetry by Stacy Young
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Fear is a means to an end

Monumental fear of the draconian resurgence,
as the tempest beast spreads it's evil wings,
taking heed of the Sage-like bewilderment of the joyous discrepancies,
and all for the betterment? 
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Undeveloped Time


Time races by
Ticking
Going on and on
Mimicking
What went on and on…
Forever was yesterday
And yesterday is tomorrow
Joy secretly reflects sorrow
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Sedona Dream


The dreams I’m having are so intense
They’re telling me things
That I used to miss
And guiding my spirit
To a place of bliss
Every night
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Brown Tweed Couch


Brown tweed couch in the TV’s glare
Lying on my back
It’s itchy under there.
Falling asleep late at night
Waking to find a tweedish pattern on my face - what a horrible sight.
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Black Fuzzy Velvet Puppy Dog Ears


She has black fuzzy velvet puppy dog ears,
black fuzzy velvet puppy dog ears.
Her cinnamon bun tail clicks back and forth,
tick-tock tick-tock Mercury go get us a beer. 
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Fading Stars of Love


You're walking hand in hand,
looking at the stars in the sky,
whispering empty promises
into each others eyes.
With brief hello's and long goodbyes
and wandering thoughts in the endless sighs. 
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Broken Mirrors of Freedom


Irrevocable freedom
Caught in the twilight of insomnia
Thoughts penetrated where you need them
The differences like shades of gray
Embedded in the atmosphere
Somewhere in the fray
And won’t stop bleedin’
Just another act of a familiar play 
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