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this poem is kinda sad, idk
My childhood trauma consisting of abuse both physically and psychologically and my molestation at the age of 5 and how these events shaped me into the person I am today. How I have dealt with these issues by both good and incompetent Doctors who are too often praised as Gods, but as I have found...
The music video hasn't been released we only have audio. Since EXO-M has been promoting in China!
Under the company of SM
What the k and M stand for,
Miscellaneous | Updated May 2, 2014 | Reads: 14 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
-She couldn't deal with the pain anymore. So she decided to take matters into her own hands. Even if He never got to say goodbye.-
This is a poem I wrote in memory of Ben, my would-be stepfather. He suffered from severe schizophrenia, hardcore drug addiction and he died of an overdose. Me and my mother were the ones to find him.
Similar to my last one.
Before AA, before the overdose, before he met Evelyn, Ana and Adrian were meant to be.... or, so he thought. This is a prequel of sorts to Let The Rain Come Down. And this time, it's Ana's turn to tell her story.
A song I wrote last year. I hope you guys like it. <3
A short poem/lyric's I wrote because I was feeling crappy.
Set in a West London park, this story circulates around the life of Cassie, a fifteen year old, who simply wants to escape from her troubled home life. The night, however, is not as jovial as expected.
Short Story | Updated Jan 22, 2014 | Reads: 49 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Berkeley Institute for Psychiatric Help and Rehabilitation has earned the newest member of its mental family. The only problem being, she may not be as insane as they say she is. Syrenne Cunningham is shipped off to Berkeley after doctors claim she attempted suicide. Now, trapped within the...
Pills are great, most The time.
You've been met with a terrible fate, haven't you?
A bullied young man with a twist of fate.
This is a study piece on Literary consonance. It is about a an overdose. It is incredibly easy to get rid of the pain that way... it is also incredibly easy to find words with a long "P" syllable. Enjoy!