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This was written last fall when I was working at a position I loathed. I tend to vent my feelings through writing as it acts as my therapy. BTW...they still come, I just have reinforced windows and doors which makes it harder for them to get in.
taken from my book,
Written on impulse at a pub just after lunch, instead of working across the street.
By Son Of Plunder
A young individual is enjoying his precious time away from his parents and the cold outside world, but at what price?
By Paul Dabrowski
Deals that are struck always come due.
A poem about the girl who both saved and destroyed me.
Poetry | Updated Feb 12, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Joseph Tyler
for those who lost hope and so cannot see that there is always hope if only you open your eyes to it
"We are the vampires, we only require a small donation of each human in the city and that's a small amount of blood to keep us alive. We have our rules and a goverment just like you humans..."
Hayley Glass is an ordianary southern bell, and when the vampires step into her world, she knows that...
It's about a lonihearted girl awating for her rescuer.
Poetry | Updated Jan 29, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
TRANSCRIPT OF A DREAM
The Devil never lies to you, he just doesnâ€™t tell you everythingâ€¦
By Poet Sex God
A poem about the scam that is religion.
Poetry | Updated Jun 18, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Melusine Crescent
This is a poem I found in my Psychology notebook, it was written over a year ago on January 5th during our free time. I can't recall what I was feeling at that moment in time, but it'd be interesting to know what it was. Comments and suggestions are appreciated! Enjoy! :)
By My Favorite Cousin New Yorker
It's a song that I wrote about being in a tough spot.
By Professor Iconoclast
A new spin on an old prayer.
By Francis Berryman
In many mythologies and cultures, there is a concept of hell, albeit in a different format, but the general gist is the same. In some, Islamic and Greek for example, concepts, or manifestations of hell, there is a guardian, ferryman or a welcomer. This poem is a take on what the demon, angel,...