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By Miles Prower
This poem again I wrote very quickly but hope you like it! (It's kind of a free verse)
The poem is about how when life gets you down it feel like you can't step out. You are stuck and the
By Jared Pease
South Carolina had the most awe inspiring lightning storms. One evening, while sitting on my front porch watching a storm, these words came from me.
Poetry | Updated Apr 22, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
Emmaline Rose Fletcher. That was the name on the birth certificate. But I know better than that, I am Kyna Donoghue, pen-scratcher, slave, lover. They can't take that from me. No one can take a memory.
This is a tale about a woman, her name was Ayaka, and she went by a code, the simple; treat others how you want to be treated, (besides the odd trick played on people.)
So, what happens when she finds out her friend was killed and knows exactly who did the killing??...
A poem about the wonder of love. Hope you enjoy!
I was dating someone when I wrote this but I don't think my relationship inspired this poem. Perhaps it was inspired by the first person with which I was intimate.
By Libbyanne Jennings
That feeling in your veins.
Poetry | Updated Dec 2, 2014 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Fairbanks Port
Patience in loves that come and go...
Rondeau about a storm.
Poetry | Updated Oct 28, 2014 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Well, I love thunder storms. Especially when the power goes out:) Just came to my head so I wrote:)
By Cassidy Small
I wrote this when I was experiencing an unfortunate day but was reminded in my devotions that I can dance through the rain.
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16 year old Kevin Warner senses that there is something strange about his friend Emily, but things are even more bizarre when a police officer visits the store he works at one night, telling them that they must hurry home because a criminal is on the loose. Little do they know, there is more to...
By Jack Dragonblood
This is the story of how death came to be in my little world of imagination.