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By Mr Watson
A tale of Olde England.
By Mr Watson
The Fear of dancing !
Poetry | Updated Sep 24, 2014 | Reads: 25 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
SEX!!! Now that I have your attention, you should totally read my poem. Sorry, it's not really about sex. More like crazy awesome depression stuff, so like, read it, now, like, right now. Okay, now...(As in, like, now)
Honestly, I had no right to wright something like this, for, I really am no authority on the dealings of "The Inner City" and have done no research on the subject, not even enough to say that such a thing exists, although I'm pretty darn sure it does. Despite all that, I still believe that this...
By Robert Kasch
Robbing the dead is forbidden for good cause...
depression poem that you can relate to.
Run my little child, run and hide.
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By The Randomiser
I began to think. Isn't time just an invention of someone who wanted to know when life was over, so I turned it to the point of veiw of a game. This is my first time I have tried this so if you have any pointers leave it in the comments and make sure to mention the title.
Gob's action packed adventure story.
By Lee Bryan
A forgotten estate in Middlesbrough's industrial back end, many secrets are held within its houses, some were made to be found out, others die with their holders.
By Angel Plant
Somewhere far away on a golden shore I hear my name being called. I can feel a warmth of array for you voice so far away.
Poetry | Updated Sep 19, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Inspired by moonphish's wonderful poetry (get over there and read him if you haven't already) I thought I'd post one of mine.
Apologies to Banjo Paterson (author of Waltzing Matilda) for writing a parody on his best-loved poem, The Man from Snowy River.