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Get heart broken all over again
I should deal with my own acid rain.
I cant feel the feeling i want
Leaving me so damn nonchalant
By Shannan Browne
It's tiring telling yourself what is so isn't...
When a Great White Shark washes up dead on a Californian beach with inexplicable wounds, questions soon follow. For a few days, the shark posthumously enjoys local and national limelight. After thorough investigations into the death of the beast yield nothing, the incident is soon forgotten and...
This is just a brief summary of my life, not in detail
Poetry | Updated Jul 28, 2014 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Katya Yermakova
It's a poem about what it feels like to fall out of love.
By Sara Blake
A little something to think about...
Got some time to kill? Why not.
Poetry | Updated Jul 27, 2014 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Junior year in high school is probably one of the most important years in your life. Do you remember how it was for you? Well for Joey Finkle it is anything but normal. This story is full of action, romance, betrayal, trust, and humor.
This is a short story I wrote when a family friend passed away a few months back. I wrote it when she passed away, but never overcame my shyness to publish it. However, this is the story, and it is called "Forever Gone, Not Forgotten".
Based on a real experience.
Death as a subject remains unconquered by mankind. The mortals must think of it as a necessary end!
Poetry | Updated Jul 26, 2014 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I find myself reflecting on my life, trying to heal!!
By Sara Blake
Some thoughts I'd like to share...
I am a girl whose seen death and life. But also seen life destroyed by its own hand. And and struggles to keep her self from putting her own light out I wrote this poem to explain the way I see the world and the way it seems to revolve in my eyes.
By Stephanie Lahart
Family time food-for-thought