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  1. Ivana Viani
    March 10, 2011


    You’re not a robot and it isn’t always easy to choose between a yes and a no,
    A stay and a go.

    The right way isn’t always the best way.
    The truest word isn’t always the kindest.


  2. Mary Whitsell
    March 30, 2011

    Virtue’s the road—everybody knows—of long and narrow fame.
    But if you take it step by boring step, you get nowhere.
    Fill your lungs–whooping, running, heart on fire
    Aren’t you glad the road is lined with flowers?


  3. Kerri
    March 31, 2011

    (sent to the YARN Poetry box)
    by Mary Simone Astarita

    You may be smart,
    but everybody knows
    that you are judged everyday
    by people you don’t even know.


  4. Timothy Cooladie
    April 1, 2011

    Virtue is a Keeper

    She lost her virtue
    to a man not to handsome
    Regret comes into play,
    and she wishes she could have it back.


  5. Maria Cope
    April 2, 2011

    A blush bruised my cheek
    as our legs intertwined like
    an intricate pattern of lace
    His breaths are even with content

    **I posted one on the Facebook fan page, but it’s not showing up on my end so I apologize if I entered twice.


  6. Kerri
    April 12, 2011

    Oh Virtue
    How will you
    Warm my feet
    At 10pm?


  7. Kristyn Deitrich
    April 19, 2011

    Virtue gets you nowhere
    When the Devil comes to play.
    So sell your soul for instant satifaction
    And save your morals for another day.

    (Inspired by our recent production of Damn Yankees!)


  8. Theresa Karngbaye
    April 30, 2011

    Although we just met,
    I admire your strength, spirit and courage.
    Now that your here to share my days and nights
    Virtue isn’t everything- I’ll give it up, just to have you beside me


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