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I will let the reader figure out what this poem is about.
By Brian A Garber
Our heroes: Hunchback and The Fat Kid return in this chilling tale of terror!
By Jamie L Monster
Kate has problems commiting to any relationship or even to feel insterested in one but all that changes as Sora comes along and turns her world upside down.
This is a short poem, about a pet. Can you figure out what I am?
This poem, I don't care how many views, likes or dislikes it gets. This poem is how I feel about my dad, who I only saw twice in my life until he died when I was 5-6 years old. I really wish for him to be by my side but that wish won't come true. If you don't like this poem please try your best...
By Brian A Garber
A heroic story of my favorite superhero duo.
By Scottie Stockman
Dedicated to my little brother Christopher.
By Lost Writer
My best guy friend, who I've known for 14 years, is in love with me, and I don't know how I should feel, he is more like a brother to me. So I wrote this poem to help try and explain my feelings...
By Depressed David
Inner Anguish Of A Victim Of Abuse. A Classic Tale Of Teenage Love, The Inevitable En. Coming. Destroying. Ending.
By Johnnie Ruffin
Brat is a fictional autobiography about a military brat. As Robert Smith travels from one military base to another, he recalls the trouble he gave his parents fresh from the womb, the abuse and molestation of a cruel babysitter, his near break from reality following the trauma, and the first...
This is the 16th day in my writing challenge, and today I personally think I did a fantastic job in writing this small story inspired by the show Community #Sixseasonsandamovie #Savecommunity
By Chris Marcus Rich
I was thinking about my childhood. I wanted to illustrate how negative experiences push us to hide our true selves
No summary at all. OH and just to notify, I will be writing some poetry this week for some contests I have wanting to join. C: Thank you and enjoy. Hahah.
Poetry | Updated Dec 7, 2013 | Reads: 35 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 16
By Jacob Wilson
A story about how we can all use a little bit of a child's viewpoint on things
Influenced by my experiences seeing homeless people and people in help described in this poem which I wrote with me trying to feel some empathy mixing with description. Written in 7th grade. I liked this poem, but I liked the description of "Blind Soul in an Empty Street" more. I also used some...