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By Alexis Cole
Liv Reedus and Joshua Perish are from two different worlds. Liv is a rock guitarist with big dreams and Joshua is a shy classical music prodigy, and although they looked to be completely different, music always seemed to bring them together. This time closer than before.
I AM NOT THE FIRST OWNER OF THE NAME SIN CITY IT IS A WONDERFUL MOVIE AND I AM WRITING A NOVEL WITH NO PARTS FROM THE ACTUAL MOVIE I JUST REALLY LIKE THE NAME. PLEASE WATCH THE MOVIE IT IS VERY ENTERTAINING
This is a short story that I never finished.
I realllyyyy wanted to call this poem Missing you but Booksie wouldn't allow me :(. So, I decided to settle for Title's on The Poem in surrender of my unsuccessful attempt at giving the title name. Thanks for reading and feel free to comment :) Thanks! :D
Poem i wrote PLEASE COMMENT
having lost so much in my life the most steadfast and strongest of all things .. my mother ..
This is based on a true story.
It is about Catlin Wintz, an 8th grade girl suffering from bad anxiety, depression, self harm issues, bipolarness, and eating disorders.
this is a poem dedicated to someone I really like and I might love. and I can't get him out of my head so yeah I just write about him to make me feel better
Poetry | Updated Nov 1, 2013 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
There was a King who had 1 Eye and 1 leg..
He asked all the painters to draw a beautiful portrait of him. But none of them could -- how could they paint him beautifully with the defects in one eye and one leg.
Eventually one of them agreed and drew a classic picture of the King.
It was a...
Helpless, In-capacities, Hopelessness
Poetry | Updated Oct 29, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This is about someone I have seen and I really liked, and time after time he captures my eye and I find it impossible to say a word to him. And this is about the first time we met, and barely said anything to each other.
Poetry | Updated Oct 29, 2013 | Reads: 431 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4
By Willow Brook
For my Auntie Doris R.I.P
By Melissa Firefox
For proof of validity, Malorie always asks her new boyfriends a few questions related to how they truly feel about her. And after interrogating Reed Tellman, there's no need to go further. Reed is perfect. And he's definitely the one.
Or so she thought.