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The Authors Haunt is proud to present the 2010 Autumn Poetry Anthology.  The theme of this anthology was "Tears".  Participating authors were invited to explore this theme in any poetic form or genre they saw fit.

A total of eight authors participated in this anthology, between them submitting twelve poems.  Those submissions are listed below in alphabetical order by title.  At the end of each poem you will see a feedback button linking directly to the topic where the poem is being discussed.  Authors here are not paid for their work, and the only reward they get for their skill and hard work is the thanks of grateful readers, so please take a moment to show your gratitude.

 

A prayer cannot always be answered...

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Line Count: 14

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Tears may mourn an ending, but may also summon a new beginning...

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Line Count: 10

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Sometimes you can't keep everything locked in...

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Line Count: 16

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Some words cannot be spoken through tears, sometimes just thinking them is enough...

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Line Count: 16

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Change is life, but some decisions turn into regrets...

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Line Count: 23

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Exploring the reasons for happy tears...

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Line Count: 20

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

When no tears will come...

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Line Count: 9

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

You took away my everything and left me worst than a pauper...

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Line Count: 20

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Caged in a stranger's body, I search for a small piece of me...

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Line Count: 17

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Forgetting the feeling...

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Line Count: 17

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

In 1968 Andy Warhol said, "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes". Nowadays it seems that everyone feels those fifteen minutes are their birthright.

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Line Count: 12

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

Forgetting the feeling...

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Line Count: 16

Published: 24 Sep 2010

 

 

 

 

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