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A poem based around an inanimate object; a jacket.
By Juli Monat
One listener, 3 soldiers, lost and confused
about what is real, and what not.
Paper Bombardier few fears enrapture more than horizontal Ink splatter rounds at the Bar From a Gold Bullion Gunpowder Pen charged where the Signet ring reads The God Literati.Full Metal Jacket For Good Bad and Ugly,Bumping Ax along the Grain for a tree Stump for days- Quantifying Ways to...
By Chris Bradbury
Just for fun. I actually had Homer (Simpson) in my head as I was writing it. I sometimes wish I could go into sleep mode...
By Maximum Red
this is a short poem but its one iv always been very found of
Inside, Iâ€™m a danger to myself; Iâ€™m a prisoner of my own hell. I have lost the battle I wagged on myself, I need to be locked up, it all getting worse, why wonâ€™t they let me be, why wonâ€™t god make it stop?
The ravings of a mental case at Talebrooke asylum, Emma is...
By Alexander Mademochorites
Based on Thoreau's quote ''Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth.'' i wrote three poems that work as one.
By Ian Dawn
My interpretation of worship at the alter of the AK47
Poetry | Updated Feb 3, 2013 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 8
A seriers of diffrent short stories. Story one: A boy takes revenge on the man who killed his baby sister.
chapter 2 of EGO :) hope you like it and tell me what you think ~ xox
In my jacket pocket, there are many, many things...
Poetry | Updated Mar 24, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The poem about the perfect girl <3 It's alot lighter than any of my past work. So, warning now. It's full of lovey doveyness.
ive never been to a mental hospital, or in a straight jacket, but i have friends that have and they told me about the mental hospital and what its like to be in a straight jacket and that is how i was able to write this. . .
By Cleat Crocker
A single taste of life could drive anyone crazy. Commitment is a bond some are forced to walk with for the rest of their lives.