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By Tcm Ronin
so amaya, the narrator of the story, goes to a ball after she had fought with her boyfriend. they had fought because Izel, the boyfriend, was jealous of all the time Amaya spends with her guy friends Devon and Anton. at the ball Amaya had been dancing with her friend Devon when Izel cut in and...
about how much i care for u and now ur pushing me away! wtf! ive done nothing wrong!
Some desperation from me.
Poetry | Updated Nov 29, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Georgina V Solly
A dysfunctional couple are unable to come to terms with each other. Their lives are played out between her all-consuming job, and his inability to dominate her, except sexually.
Amberly is forced to raise her own mother her sister and herself ,because of her fathers selfish suicide.Blake
A piece about rising above a situation.
By More Than Death
For some reason, I write better-i think-when I
' upset. Which is quite ofter. This on of my rants.
Poetry | Updated Nov 17, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A short poem I wrote to express the frustration of two worlds - reality and the world of my dreams.
A little poem born from an idle mind. Strangely, over the frustration and despair, of being unable to create anything decent, and the hope that keeps the motivation to write going.
By Stormy Aura Llewellyn
Exactly as the title dictates, this is a memo I wrote to myself about my inner musings. I felt I should share it with those who read my stuff, especially since some of you need to hear it...
By Renee Muse
Another poem I wrote in the 6th grade. (yeah, they're are a lot of them..I first discovered my love to write during that time)
Poetry | Updated Nov 2, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
This is a poem about someone who's life is at an ebb waiting for a flow with no choice but to wait
Feeling that you can not explain.
By Sara Howland
Once upon a time...