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Just a look into the ugly side of human nature, not intentioned to resemble any real people or events.
A short freestlye poem I wrote. I would like to know if anyone can disipher the meaning and what this short writing regards or if its just me who understands it. Thank You.
By Valkyrie Cain
Two lives, two stories, one battle.
The fate of two ancient tribes rests on the shoulders of teenagers Raleigh Bryne and Jayde Pendercast - two very different people who must unite against forces beyond both of their imaginations for the good of a future they cannot yet understand.
One of these...
Novel | Updated Jul 19, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
please read and rate and if youd like comment. I like getting feed back negative or positive so i could know how to improve just dont be rude. thnx
We all have those moment of doubt and fear that we're wrong, that it was all a mistake. Don't give up! It MAY seem weird to say once you read the actual poem, but... Enjoy anyways :)
A story of betrayal by a father and the love of two siblings overcoming their situation.
I hope you enjoy :)
By Tuesdays Charm
Song about experiencing a crushing loss, && having everyone be so wrapped up in their own grief, that they forget about yours. Then growing up carrying all that anger and sadness.
Miscellaneous | Updated May 5, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alex Burgess
Once upon a time, I was a cynic
Poetry | Updated Apr 30, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Gwenivior Sky
Okay. You might want to know more about my charactors, so here it is. Everything I think you should know about them. It has old charactors and one you haven't met.
Depending on the person, being selfish isn't a bad thing.
Not much of a summary other then its a shame when people enter into a relationship deeply under false pretenses
By Kurlz Basheld
Someone dies, resists, so is sent to hell. She then wishes she had gone with death, beause she could have gone to heaven.
By Kurlz Basheld
This is to my dead rat, SmÃ©agol. I loved her so much. I wrote this poem when she died and buried a version of it with her. I love you SmÃ©agol!
I wrote this poem as a platform to express my personal beliefs towards life, that it won't always go according to plan and the importance of taking the initiative and courage to change our lives for the better. =)