My Blackout Poetry

Poetry I have found through the pages. Inspired after stumbling across Austin Kleons' works.
'Just hold it together. I didn't feel scared. I wasn't afraid. I just prayed to get through it' Found in "Everything to lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 364

'Just hold it together. I didn't feel scared. I wasn't afraid. I just prayed to get through it' Found in "Everything to lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 364

'His gaze captivating the young lady. Eyes held, a surrender of will. Her demeanour comfortable. His touch almost too much for her' Found in "A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 413.

'His gaze captivating the young lady. Eyes held, a surrender of will. Her demeanour comfortable. His touch almost too much for her' Found in "A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 413.

'I need you. I gave her a warm hug. I'm crazy about you. I smiled, she smiled. I was immersed in the woman' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 393

'I need you. I gave her a warm hug. I'm crazy about you. I smiled, she smiled. I was immersed in the woman' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 393

'I smiled, heart breaking, eyes bright, frightened and helpless. Hang in there. You have to hope' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 362

'I smiled, heart breaking, eyes bright, frightened and helpless. Hang in there. You have to hope' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 362

'My wife always beautiful. A beautiful lake surrounded by stunning mountains. A pretty picture, all smiles. How happy we were. We pressed lips together, paused for a while. Was this my always?' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 313

'My wife always beautiful. A beautiful lake surrounded by stunning mountains. A pretty picture, all smiles. How happy we were. We pressed lips together, paused for a while. Was this my always?' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 313

'Everything was still. Memories was all she had now, and prayer.' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 263.

'Everything was still. Memories was all she had now, and prayer.' Found in "Everything to Lose" by Andrew Gross. Page 263.

"A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 37.  'Invigorated, panting for breath, a predatory form, fighting the strong urge called forth. He towered over her ready for the charge. Something animalistic, barely controlled, breaking into wildness. He detached himself'.

"A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 37. 'Invigorated, panting for breath, a predatory form, fighting the strong urge called forth. He towered over her ready for the charge. Something animalistic, barely controlled, breaking into wildness. He detached himself'.

"A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 359 'I discarded the sign, allowed it to manifest the truth. I remember I predicted the murder. I fear the danger. Take precautions'

"A razor wrapped in silk" by RN Morris. Page 359 'I discarded the sign, allowed it to manifest the truth. I remember I predicted the murder. I fear the danger. Take precautions'

"A razor wrapped in silk" by R N Morris. Page 199

"A razor wrapped in silk" by R N Morris. Page 199

" A razor wrapped in silk" by R N Morris. Page 373

" A razor wrapped in silk" by R N Morris. Page 373

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