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A view on the poetry from the online age; irony in its highest
By Miles Lazarus
Its the year 3018 a whole 13 years after the end of the 50 year Chinese destruction war, and Miles Stevenson a young newly licensed aviator knows it better that anyone, his family taken from him in the last hours of the war and his Best friend/guardian having gone missing two years prior Miles...
By Ted Gerard
Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies and Fairies...Oh My.
"IF" mentality in our life.
This poem was originally written as SLAM or Performance poetry, its to do with the experience of war and gang violence, from the perspective of teenagers and children
By Ted Gerard
Sometimes the only way to find peace is to let it all go.
By Mr Watson
The crossroads of life !
A poem for the future.
By Zoya Tayyab
this is true part of story as i do wan to mention its in my own life
Script | Updated Feb 12, 2015 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Its 2060 and the whole planet is affected with an epidemic. An evil fortune-teller has changed the beliefs of people. Can Bryan Adamson and his teammates save the planet?
By Emily Beale
Fast forward to a future where chips are implanted in the brain at birth, controlling everything in society, from crime prevention, to sending out your pre-written 'Last Word Letters' to your loved ones. When Taylor's secret ridden letters are sent out, two options are presented: return to the...
By Sara Battaglia
A short poem inspired by the crow outside on the cherry tree that used to grow at my old house. Many things change and age as time goes on. Enjoy things as they are now.
Ellie a beautiful and cute teen girl finds herself in an unfamiliar and dangerous world. Where most the world is ruled by monster called Necros and where in human civilization the rule is survival of the fittest. Together with Zypher she'll uncover the mysteries of the world and also find out...
A Glimpse Of The Future is a poem about our future how will it be in my point of view Tell me your glimpse of our future.
taken from my book,