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Another one of my fabulously squishy love poems. i hope you enjoy.
By Gone Fishing
Often apologies are unspoken
By The Bronc Writer
This is my favorite and best received short story. The idea came as I was listening to my "Writing" playlist. I told myself i would write based on whatever song came on first. The song "In Between" by Linkin Park came on, and the line "Let me apologize to begin with..." gave me the idea of...
It's my apologies to one individual in particular. And if he ever get the chance to read this, his name is Adrian. I've wronged him more then anyone can imagine. And I'm so sorry for that. Words could no longer express how sorry I am and all I want is to be forgiven so I can move on without...
Another Poem I wrote, hope you guys like this one, comment and don't forget the I Like It
It's about regret and loss.
By Eskay Miras
The first poem I EVER wrote. Written after I had to leave home and live in Wales for 2 years :|
As much as I often try to help others, most of the time it just seems like I only harm them... I'm destructive to literally everyone I care about, or so it feels... I apologize in advance for the crap poem.
A girl who only wants to love, but her demons will never leave her.
Poetry | Updated Dec 9, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Shannan Browne
The conversation continues... friendship, what a wonderful thing
Miscellaneous | Updated Nov 26, 2012 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
A romantic poem from a man to his girlfriend, whom he has left for another women. Completely fiction. In English and in French. (En francais: Un poÃ¨me romantique d'un homme Ã sa petite amie, qu'il a quittÃ© pour une autre femme. ComplÃ¨tement fiction.)
A letter prepared for the worst.
By History Lover
Update on my work
Miscellaneous | Updated Nov 12, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a poem of how everyone at times is a bully-like person.
Poetry | Updated Mar 22, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Ellie had been thrown from family to family because of her 'attitude'. She never realized she was acting out but knew she had to change because she was running out of chances to have a normal family. When she moves in with her latest foster family she never expects to fall in with the wrong...