All Posts By Valerie Vaughn

Sunglass Hut

I wear my sunglasses when I step outside so no one will be able to tell I am high, the red railway map of my eyes guides the way; Vivid...

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Political Peace No.1

Alive in a gilded age of silver-tongued wordsmiths well-versed in hypocrisy and greed, our deaths before sunset transverse transsexual...

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Golden Years Heartache

The old man really loved his woman, clutching his arthritic hand around a curved cane confused without his love, lost without her.  ...

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Unity

                                                            “As a woman I have no country.          ...

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Unravel

What do you say when the love of your life walks away Especially after you showed them the way, told them not to stay, To be on their way,...

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Solo

I walk to learn to become one Within my own skin Immeasurable distance A path designed by the stars A solo journey Of my own free will My...

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Hypnotic Haze – The Last Confession of an Addict

Tripping by the moonlight, fatal mistakes the feeling of flight over the night sky as the drugs kick in a reality of delight feels so...

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Corner Life

A junkie coworker of mine steals cars and drives them to drug clinics to score his methadone fix. He’s always on time because no one...

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The Anatomy of a Break-Up

Panic flight illuminated by lines of city street lights cries out in the night, gunned down, violent massacres an anchor weight around...

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