Category Archives: Poetry

Poems dealing with overcoming inner struggles, by Kephra Rubin

The Night Will Turn to Day (Poem)

The Night Will Turn To Day By Kephra Rubin Oh, my mother used to say No matter how dark it seems The sun will always shine Hold on through the night So you might find the day She’s not here … Continue reading

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Dada, Peas (Poem by Kephra Rubin)

Poem about a father’s struggle with leaving his daughter to provide for her and the wedge his absence drives between them. Continue reading

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I Saved a Life Today, by Kephra Rubin

Saving a Life Doesn’t Always Apply to Others Continue reading

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The Turmoil Between, a Haiku by Kephra Rubin

A Haiku that cuts to the core of two lovers and their constant relationship problems Continue reading

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That Girl is a Glass Statue, Poem by Kephra Rubin

Some say she’s a whore… I say she’s a glass statue. Continue reading

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Loving Like Movies, a Poem by Kephra Rubin

Loving Like Movies She pushes me out Tears our souls apart To test her doubts Hopes I’ll chase her heart That’s her dream For me to come grab her arms “Dirty Dancing” Was the name of that one I think … Continue reading

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The Phoenix and the Scarab, a Poem by Kephra Rubin

The Phoenix and the Scarab She waits Standing in gasoline Holding a match You listen to her as she screams If it’s love Then you’ll come Put out the flame So you reach To extinguish And fix everything Until she … Continue reading

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