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Amazing, and I am a bore.
fixing the things that were wrong with yourself to be and give all that you made better to someone who is now lost to you forever
Poetry | Updated Aug 4, 2014 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 7
So, unfortunately, a friend of mine that I previously mentioned before (in my
A 44 year old male virgin signs up with a dating service. Read about his feelings as his experience unfolds. He is in an awkward state because he finds him in the position of needing to hide much of his past in spite of a clean criminal record due to his virginity and lack of dating experience....
By Triple A Xd Xp
The Personified Planetary Portfolio Project (P.P.P.P) crossover with: webcomic Homestuck (creator Andrew Hussie).
The personified planets knew of this upcoming arrival with strangers yet to reveal themselves. They created their own universe, so it was only befitting to come together and meet,...
The little bug just wants to live.
Just a quick ironic, and impact poetry. Be surprised
Poetry | Updated Apr 15, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Free to do nothing, what a waste
Poetry | Updated Oct 9, 2012 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Davey Dukes
Patrick, has a bit of a problem interacting with others. In unfamiliar situations he struggles to keep up but falls very short. In his attempts to be gracious he spends most of his time picking himself off the floor, dusting himself off, and hitting the floor again. A true fighter, and, Patrick,...
Asking a serious question, and portraying a fatal flaw of humanity. We are amazed at things going on outside of our own planet when we can not feed our own people or maintain order right here. Moral of the story: Just because you can see Heaven, does not mean you are out of hell.
By Judgment Seat
Just what I face when I'm fighting depression
This is something I found while I was searching through my documents...I wish I would've finished it.
Poetry | Updated May 24, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Kean Flynn
A man sits alone at a diner patio, reading the news when he's approached by a stranger. He questions the man's intentions while he remains there in silence.
This was written under the topic of "blindness" and its symbolic usage in literature.
In an house, the walls still echo with the sounds of an inner struggle.