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By Andrew F Lewis
A short commonplace about the true meaning of beauty and how that changes ugliness.
It was all a dream
-everything that happened before now.
-everything that lead up to it
-all up until I woke up
Then I returned,
To the Ground.
Silver is a sixteen year old girl who stays close to what she knows and doesn't go too far from there. When she is spontaneously asked to a...
My feelings poured out in once short poem explaining the struggle between the judgmental world and a drug addict trying to just be understood.
Please not that this rap song contains drugs and foul language. Read at your own peril.
DO YOU LIVE IN A DYING MARKET TOWN?
This is a poem about overcoming the negativity others use to keep you from achieving what they see as impossible.
This poem tells about Hope and how to always keep it.
Poetry | Updated Oct 18, 2012 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Bangkok Dan
An adventure early in my relationship with my future wife.
Essay | Updated Oct 4, 2012 | Reads: 69 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Ariana has completely immersed herself into the twisted world of a daily stoner, while Elijah's high school kingdom comes crashing down around him.
My views on cannabis.
By The Anti Stereotype
jsut a small excerpt of a novel i'm writing, just wondering how you like the writing style :)
sorry for not posting it all here, but i want to have it fully published one day, which means it has to be able to sell
please tell me what you think ^_^
This is a rhyming poem that details a journey down the road of substance abuse; the deceit of chemical dependency and resulting consequences. I penned this on my fifteenth birthday while I was experiencing drug addiction that I felt helpless towards. I hope you enjoy.
By Ca Ray
About a junkie and his day
A short sales pitch from your local dope dealer.
Poetry | Updated Jan 30, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1