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By James Edgar Cooper
What do you think when you hear the word 'homeless?' Does it make you think of someone who's lazy? Does it make you think of someone whose day consists of drinking all day long? Does it make you think of someone who's a habitual drug user? Maybe so... But what about the Vietnam veteran who...
Poetry is words spoken from one's soul; the story of how we interpret life and the world around us. Poetry screams passion, as do our auras as we drift through space.
My name is Zoe - it means
rise of inner demons
Poetry | Updated Sep 3, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a Sonnet, and explains that people are the way they are because of how they were raised and that you shouldn't be judgmental.
Poetry | Updated Jun 9, 2014 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Keisha Gamman
poem on our inner monologue and judgement
Poetry | Updated May 3, 2014 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is a short story of a view from a girl with an eating disorder, well, not necessarily an eating disorder but more the impression of the media taking toll on her. I made this up in my spare at school.
By Laurie Amber
When siblings Beatrice "Bea" Clifton, Sabrina Clifton, Questa Clifton, Lacie Clifton, Tony Clifton, and Tangerine "Tangy" Clifton, are separated by chance on various vacations, they make a plan.
Bea, from Birmingham, will send a letter to Sabrina.
Sabrina, from Ã˜sterbro, Copenhagen, will...
A letter to my beloved's ex-wife.
By Thorn Sterling
Times still reflect the past
This is a small reflection on life and people that like to dream and have faith and hope in the best!
No one likes to be judge
By Lehi Girl72509
For a second, take a look in a stranger's life
Peek inside, think a thought, maybe you'll see strife
If you've ever read Sarah Dessen's "Just Listen", think about it when you read this poem. It was inspired by a comment from that book.