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A poem I wrote when I was in eighth grade. Hope you enjoy!
I wrote this short story in my Spring 2013 Fiction Writing Class. One of our assignments is to write an extended (very) short story based on a published story. I decided to write a prologue of Langston Hughes's "Thank you M'am"
Based on Google Book's summary, "Thank you M'am", by Langston...
Short Story | Updated Jun 9, 2013 | Reads: 268 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
This poem is what I like to call an extended haiku. 5 lines, 7 lines, 5 lines.
Experimenting with free verse, this is an extended metaphor. I hope you are able to follow what it is it symbolizes.
This is a poem that describes the ups and downs of life through an extended metaphor of an ocean.
By Lexie Rift
I like this poem, is one of the one I enjoyed coming up with and I can relate to it very well.
Poetry | Updated Dec 31, 2012 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Jennifer Brighton
I can be temperate and mild like the gale, if you'd let me...
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "Gameless"
By Don Hagelberg
The main character has or does not have a psychotic break when he hears a familiar
Out of the frying pan and into the fire, Skylar finds herself sinking deeper and deeper into a war that isn't hers. As the conflict between the local werewolf pack and the vampires that Skylar is currently staying with, she will not be able to stay impartial for long. Worse than that, it seems...
By Zin Dar
I started this document for my own reasons, but thought it was a good idea to share it with others.
This is a little dictionary I have for myself to look at once in a while, when I want to use new words I haven't used much.
It contains many useful and descriptive words that may come in handy...
By Phoenix Frost
Trust: it's a curious thing. If he told you he was J Thompson, would you believe him? Who's to say he really is who he says he is?
(Genre of Travel, but if you feel that it would fit a different genre, then please don't hesitate to let me know; I was unsure as to which I should opt for!)
By Jasmine Dreamscape
An extended Metaphor poem written for English Class
Poetry | Updated Jun 19, 2011 | Reads: 483 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Think Music
The extended version of my best poem. I feel the extra lines make a difference!