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This poetry is a re-up of my essay called "Superheroes". Please read the essay first and then this poem. Although, there's a little linkage between this poem and that essay, but if you read the essay first, it will develop a realization in your minds related to the people which I've mentioned...
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Regretful teenage mistakes.
Poetry | Updated May 17, 2014 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
The whole poem's a farce that rhymes
Just a short poem I wrote about peer pressure.
I have been called many times in life naive, my words, my writing, my art.This work is to answer all those who have. Hope you may relate?
These are inspiring words I wrote
that talk about becoming a strong
individual, and not giving up.
By Kyle Georgie Frydenlund
Beauty is pain right? So I thought I would make this short story about how much I loved my dog. RIP Copper
By the sea, a lady stands and watches.
Poetry | Updated Jul 16, 2012 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
The life of a naive fifteen year old. Her flaws, her thoughts, her mistakes, her anger and her first love.
By Bangkok Dan
A diatribe on greed
Somehow it is liberating to get this off my chest.
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 24, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Bella Vista
Susie Parker was a beautiful girl, inside and out. She had such a strong passion for helping others, and her absolute dream was become a child psychologist, and help her small, helpless town of Forks, Washington.
As Susie's beginning her senior year of high school, her mother, Helen, remarries...
Our soft contrasting skin melting into one, beneath the daylight sun- rememberence of a time... when the world made sense.
a thought or two on The Man
By Liv Tylers
Questions don't always come with answers, but they do in this case. Children wonder about the world like adults, but they only see what they want to see. This poem is about a homeless man, but beyond the idea of poverty.