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Daisy Lancaster

Updated: Mon, 30 Jan 2017 01:55 pm

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honest poetry for the soul, probably written at a corner coffee shop near you.


"Ashes and Twine" He was with me and we were one. United by a raging fire between us called love and staying knotted by the forces of fate. But all knots fray and all fires burn out. He did not love me the next day, and left was a pile of ashes and twine.

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Blog entries by Daisy Lancaster

Veins (17/09/2017)

Desolate (19/05/2017)

Tonight (30/01/2017)

Mirror (30/07/2016)

Separation (14/06/2016)

Seasons (08/06/2016)

Eyes (15/05/2016)

Black Lines (10/02/2016)

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Cynthia Buell Thomas

Fri 26th Feb 2016 20:33

I think most of us who write poetry are actively involved in expression of other 'arts' as well, especially related to music, rhythm and words. It's certainly true of my own experience.

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lilly humble

Sat 9th Jan 2016 00:15

Many fascinating poems, I am astounded how wonderfully these are written. I am pondering to post my own poems, because of your beautiful work. I hope you update soon, please do

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