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By Willow Brook
This poem is about how oneness in love overcomes greed.
Poetry | Updated Apr 6, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Ken Goldman
Saturday, December 7, 2013
Of a Feather
Anyone who reads this book that also suffers from ornithophobia will probably not want to leave their house for a week, and I'm sure they will suffer nightmares. As the title suggests, this book features birds, all sorts of birds, who are not our...
By Angel Plant
Let's dance and sway to the beat of the music and have some fun. Shake baby shake.
By Caterine Cuppycake
Everyone goes through their life with a dark secret. Raine could walk in other people's shoes. She could think of a certain person, and a certain time, and see what they saw, or feel what they felt. Only in the past, though. But when Raine puts herself in the shoes of someone she hasn't met, and...
By Spirit Of Freedom
I love watching feathers float in the wind and notice them where ever I go. So, this poem was inspired by many a feather floating along in the wind :)
angry at being betrayed.
Poetry | Updated Aug 18, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Sam Renard
A fun little rhyming poem
This is i poem i wrote about loosing my gran and papa.
This bird you cannot cage.
A descendant of a fallen angel loses control of her emotions as she realizes her guardian angel has failed. (Note: title and character credits go to novel Crescendo)
Iunno. Good natured stuff and nonsense. Likely not going to be finished. Read it if you like. Let me know if you want more.
By Justin Davis
kinda just laying in bed at 1:42 am on my mobile internet figured i'd try this site out. This one kinda sucks but i'll work with it later on thankya
Poetry | Updated Nov 28, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
Oliver Sykes, the son of a very rich Henry Sykes, is a normal Los Angeles flamboyant party-goer typical male. He likes partying and flirting - lots of it. But when his father hires Kristoff Hardlyn everything seems to change for the worse.
Sara is princess of Flowertopia. In her world, 400 years after we've almost gone extict, new countries have arisen, each good at at least one thing. The world is ruled by a main government, and the countries all have royal families. To help remind them that the royals are only figures, and...