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By James Edgar Cooper
The Hungarian-Canadian Poet Robert Zand once said "There are too many people, and too few human beings." He's absolutely right! What is happening to our world!? Why are we murdering each other? Why are we committing senseless acts of violence upon one-another and Mother Earth!? Why are people...
By Becca Swan
The sacred ruins of a bitter past.
This poem is about how my mother really hates me
never ever loved me.
11/14/2014 2:19:39 PM
Dear Readers, Congratulations if you got this far. Your eternal spirit may yet be saved; but alive with your soul will be a different story. That would be a forced conflict to deny the evil from claiming the right to commit murder in violation of the law. That Would be...
Dear Babe, I love you so.
By Ari L Kelthian
When I was young, the great mystery in life was not â€œWhy do people die?â€ but instead, it was â€œWhen will they die?â€ I knew the mechanics of death, but the â€˜whenâ€™ part of it was always clever at escaping my mental grasp. The â€˜whenâ€™ was always too...
By Marcela Re Ribeiro
BITTER FLAVOR - A sad poem... I hope you enjoy it! Brazilian Kisses :-)
Random short pieces of poetry I came up with at 12:30 AM!
A poem about a abused dog who wants to be loved, and rescued but can she hold on to her rapidly vanishing life. Or will it be too late.
Based on a boy, who should be a man, who simply was very charming and sweet at first. He knew the pain the girl endured and how she was emotionally vulnerable. He saw love as a game.
Poetry | Updated Feb 10, 2014 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Le Petit Conteur
Freezing rain fell and I was inspired
Short Story | Updated Feb 6, 2014 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Kenneth Mcbride
Marshall Bush is tired, haggard and at the end of his wits as he explores the surface of the moon for fresh water, in hopes of restoring his vanquished fortune. A bitter tale about family, humanism and the cosmos at large.