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Poetry | Updated Mar 26, 2015 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
The beginning of a story about a girl who falls out of heaven.
By Kenneth Crowell
It all started the night Terry Wade was murdered, leaving his sibling Carson with no guardian, no home, and no friends. Carson now lives in an orphanage where the memory of Terry's murder drifts through his mind constantly. Then he meets Thomas, a shy and quiet little boy who unknowingly...
By Angel Beatz
All my poems come from heartâ€¦ Enjoy ~
But only a select few understand meâ€¦
Sometimes, looking at the world through different eyes is the only way someone can understand how cruel it is.
A gothic ralistic inspired poem on human captivity and fallacy....few more bonus works added
By Shielah Yuyama
A poem that defines how music affects human emotion positively, especially sadness and melancholy.
A short story (slightly) based on "Space Oddity" by David Bowie...essentially I took the concept of an astronaut being alone in his spaceship and just made a story I guess. Sorta melancholic or whatever. Also, the spacing might be a bit too spaced out but uhh...don't have enough urge to actually...
By Marley Bee
Come back to me, love.
Come back to the light.
By Marley Bee
After days of downpour..
I disappeared four years ago. I no longer exist..
I wrote this during the time when my dear cousin was fighting over a sickness and thank God today he is bit by bit recovering from it and heâ€™s able to smile again.
A small bit of prose about the horrors of war and how it can change a man. I wrote this in a couple of minutes. Constructive criticism is welcomed and appreciated.
Princess Melancholy is a Dungeons and Dragons Adventure. I (the DM) am writing the story and documenting the adventure to publish.