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Think about your mummy.
It is one o' clock in the morning. There is a lone figure standing in the road. A beautiful voice. A meaningful song. Stay away, and don't say a word. Momma's gonna buy you a mockingbird. All feedback is appreciated, please tell me what you think! :) The Figure (c) is my own original character,...
By Waylon Moosberger
This is the Fiction 2 project I had to write for my class. Apparently, my teacher didn't like it. You know how I know that? A pink slip and now I have to re-write it again.... Fuck. I based this a lot like another story here on Booksie, Worm Poop. For those who know what I'm talking about,...
By Emily Johnson
<3 Another entruiging poem of the life in Emily Johnson's mind.
Poem about a teenager who is the simply
A poem I wrote for my mom when I was in the 8th gd.
By Emily Johnson
The emotions of my mother dying...
Poetry | Updated Oct 3, 2011 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
I remember mommas last breath before the angels took her away.
Momma Knew better to let me go out with him... Momma knew everything... Momma was hot on his trail...
A song i wrote for my mother, already recorded & distributed in my mixtape "Lost In LaLa"
By Risely B Riddled
The Deadly Sin Anger is in therapy when her therapist, after a close call, decides he can't deal with her anymore. The court has ordered she be cured through therapy or be sentenced to jail for her MULTIPLE assault charges. She is given one last chance with a wonder therapist named Joy.
Okay, I thought of the title for this one before the poem. Not to unusally. My good friend Nick then helped me write it. And the way it came out moved me to tears. Especially the first few lines. I hope it has the same affect on you :)
Warning: this may be pretty sad, hope it is enough :P lol
Georgia's Momma loves her to death, but she won't believe her Daddy is abusing her. But in this heartbreaking, truthful, sad poem written as a letter she will find out exactly who the monster she married, who she calls honey and kisses, really is.
Trent, an air force co-pilot, has problems with his family at home when he is sent to Baghdad.