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Random First Lines:An essay I wrote this year discussing the importance of trauma in Pat Barker's Regeneration. Barker was inspired by her grandfather's account of... » Read
By Unknown Knives
A lonely sailor hides in his house after committing terrible atrocities. If you dare step through his lawn he might tell you his story...
Many elements from my favorite poets! Feel free to identify them.
PLEASE COMMENT ON WHAT YOU THINK. This is very close to my heart.
After his annoying uncle decides to go on vacation, Henry is stuck babysitting his bratty cousins. It's not an easy task to complete, considering they are spoiled brats.
By Luna Emerson
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" and Alfred Lord Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott"
Juggernaut learned first hand that feeding wild birds could be troublesome if not hazardous.
By Philip Roberts
How could war-mongering bull-feminist trying to cause a war-of-the-sexes get this once prestigeous award? When Julian Assange is the greatest living human being!
When America visits England, 'Iggy' always knows they're going to MCdonalds. But this time will be different..
Arthur Kirkland is having trouble moving on after the death of his lover, Alfred F. Jones. After many sleepless nights, he finally decides to leave his house and enjoy his life instead of being caged inside.
By Philip Roberts
Existential poem I wrote in 1979 bemoaning the fact that in six years of writing I had not had a single poem published. I would finally get my 1st two poetry publications in a U.S. Science-Fiction magazine in early 1989!
By Mike Florio
This is a poem that my small education has helped me write and I consider it a good creed for all poets.
By Sister Sabbay
An overview of current Events in World News, highlighting the most recent Alfred E. Smith ceremony, attended by Obama and Mccain, Cardinal Egan. A symbolic assessment regarding biblical scripture Rev 13:18 is explored in this composition.