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Just a little heartbreaker to start me off I guess. I'll stop now before I start analysing my own poem :) bye!
(Side note: hope it's not too awful)
This is a poem about a bittersweet goodbye...The title pretty much speaks for itself
Poetry | Updated Oct 22, 2014 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
What happened in a year.
A Bittersweet short story about a suicidal girl's last walk.
a tale of a girl whose life is full of many disasters, but causing of miracles, a boy who wishes to live more than a quiet and peaceful life, another boy and girl come in the mix. Will either of them do any good or bad?
A short story about two lovers, who are in constant way of trying to find each other.
Short Story | Updated Jun 17, 2014 | Reads: 74 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 4
I know it has been awhile, but here I am with a new contest. The title is pretty self-explanatory. (:
Random short pieces of poetry I came up with at 12:30 AM!
Something I wrote at 1am whilst listening to sad Piano music, an old man stands on a roof, thinking about life after his wife dies.
Something I wrote whilst listening to Ludo's 'Morning in may', it's a short story told from the point of view of a guy who's girlfriend killed herself, and how he wishes that he could've done something or at least died with her. TW: Suicide.
My take on Irish Blessing, you could say.
At what point do you know your marriage is over? At what point do you decide to leave? In this story, a man loves his wife very much, but she seems to no longer love him. Yet he just can't let go. It is a touching story of lasting love, a picture of an imperfect, real-life relationship, and how...
A poem I wrote to summarize a presentation about the 1961 movie production "Splendor in the Grass." Although it was originally meant to end my PowerPoint with creative flair, it bears concepts applicable to everyday life and can be understood without having seen the movie.