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Poems of despair, death, and solitude.
By Prasad Nambiar
When you are obsessed with despair and desolation..
Poetry | Updated Mar 6, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Everyone feels pain regardless of how it may be contained within these gates
By Sebastian Trinity
When nightmares are able to be let out with a simple click of keys.
We tend to cover up our feelings that we aren't sure about confessing.
This is a kind of muddled up chaos, really. It's a stream of consciousness sort of piece that I suddenly wrote in the middle of the night. For me, it was quite emotional to write.
This is the worlds shortest horror story by my opinion. Like, Comment And Fan. I have more stuff coming up.
Not exactly a poem. It is some imagery that came to me that I wanted to get down. Hope you like it.
Poetry | Updated Feb 21, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Similar to my last one.
By Josh Holmes
This poem is dedicated to the myriad of cancer patients around the world.
By Ami Holding
In ancient Mesopotamia twins Eva and Lilitu are abandoned to die in the streets of Akkadia. When their need is greatest, they discover a power that will transform their lives forever more, but it comes at a high cost; to save the world one is forced to banish her sister to a fate worse than...
Just a poem I cooked up in 10 minutes, Hope you guys like it :)
Nick is feeling low and needs a little support from his adoring girlfriend who can't bear to see her partner so distressed.
The journal of a boy named Harris. He was chosen to test out a simulated world called the "Santros Dome", though soon enough, horrifying things begin to happen when a strange boy invades the world and makes up a few rules of his own.
The poem portrays grief- a universal emotion. A mother has lost her only son to bullets in a cross firing incident between army and militants.
Thousands of young men died like this in Kashmir for no fault of theirs and left behind grieving kith and kin, some reconciling to their fate and others...
Poetry | Updated Jan 6, 2014 | Reads: 108 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 10