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Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/memoryblue
Country: Ireland
Favorite book: Wuthering Heights
Member Since: Feb 1, 2012

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memoryblue

Gatsby

by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 21, 2012
I wrote this in dedication to the memory of the great Jay...
Tags:death, change, daisy, gatsby, reget

memoryblue

The Untainted Killer

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
This poem is about the psychological horror and...

Writing Portfolio

Near Here

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 15, 2012
escape

Dublin

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
I recently stayed in Dublin City for a few days and as a...

Water Flight

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
A better understanding of a regular occurance.

Voyager

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
I wrote this last December when I found out that we were...

A different likeness

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
Something I can do well.

5th Avenue

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
New York in the good ol' days. Let us remember Sinatra,...

Stone Fall

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: May 5, 2012
Written after a bad day at school when it was like I was...

Gatsby

by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 21, 2012
I wrote this in dedication to the memory of the great Jay...

Parchment

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 5, 2012
Inspired by the power of words and just how much they...

The Big Old House

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
Based on Gatsby's house

The Eve of Hearts

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
New Year's Eve , Time's Square. Let everything go but...

'Gone With The Wind' finale scene

Essay by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
This was an English project that I did that year in...

The Untainted Killer

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
This poem is about the psychological horror and...

The Invisible Ones

Poem by memoryblue
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
"death is only the beginning"



I find my writing expresses my true character at it's most emotional level. I write because I love to, I want to, I have to. My writing has been described ( by my English teacher) as over indulgent, too fussy, too deep and that my use of big words are only to "pretty" it up. But, I take my words from my feelings and thoughts and the world around me and not just for the sake of putting them down on paper. I believe the richness or simplicity of one's writing is entirely personal, subjective and is neither right nor wrong.

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