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By Gabrielle Kinnish
This is for Daniel reidys dark poetry contest.
For me this is real.was a major part of my life.in some ways it still is.
i dont know if he still reads these, but its for Caleb. im sorry for being so stupid.
Poetry | Updated Feb 7, 2014 | Reads: 32 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Words for my beloved before i bid goodbye.
Poetry | Updated Jan 15, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A young man leaves his girlfriend in an a rude manner that she will never forget.
Emma had to move she didn't want to, and never knew why.
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
How time changes things, and how it doesn't.
By Verne Leeper
A poem about me, or at least how I feel sometimes.
Poetry | Updated Nov 12, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
As I was looking up at the stars tonight, I realized you were a shooting star.
Very short poem...I think everyone must feel like this every once in a while.
By Si Cotic
Just a note
Miscellaneous | Updated Oct 3, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
"You can't have me."
My Sun had gone - her golden, live-giving light leaving me to the cruel, torturous, black darkness.
And it seemed no amount of love could bring her back, not even if I gladly moved heaven and earth for her.
Two songs that were the soundtrack for this short story:
The summer of 09' still burns in my mind. I can feel you staring at my lips, wanting to kiss me. Now, What are we going to do about that?
By Ted Gerard
It is good to know when dealing with Quantum Multi-versal Mechanics that one can be both singular and infinite. So the sunflower fields is a metaphor for a person's soul. It is this energy of belief that is used to power the God Machine.
By David S Grayson
How could you let the love of your life go, when you know he may not come back?
Written for R A B Bradbury's August Short Story Contest and based on the song "Billy don't be a hero" by Paper Lacer