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By Alyster Nightwind
An abusive relationship isn't always easy to see. You go on with your life putting it under the rug. Until someone, like your male roommate, points it out to you. Looking back at the years you realize you've been fighting for your life.
By James Edgar Cooper
Have you ever heard of the saying, â€˜Donâ€™t put yourself down, because there are plenty of people in the world who will do that for youâ€™? Itâ€™s a shame that people are so quick to put others down and yet, they are not so quick to praise and support and appreciate other...
By Shahwar Akram
Well, I just wrote this poem. So, wanted you people to read it. Please comment to give me any suggestions or if you like it ^^ xoxox
Letting go of all that is inside and holding you down
from being who you are. Washing your hands and saying good by to bad memories.
taken from my book, "Position The thought"
Its Just about a disease Called LOVE.... ITS VERY PAINFUL :) Hope you Like it :)
Poetry | Updated Jul 20, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
taken from my book,
Mary suffers from a lifetime of horrible abuse from a very early age. And then a stranger steps up to the plate to do something for her that no one else ever would. Find out what he does and what happens to her as the story unfolds.
This is the "Introduction" int the book.
And if you have the...
Poem i wrote PLEASE COMMENT
Slow and tormenting death. This is a really short story about someone's slow and painful death. It was inspired by this old story I wrote back in elementary school. I used the same character and just made this scene more graphic. Warning:Blood
After Evan Becomes a Pokemon He Wishes To Be Normal Only If He Knew Before
By Alvin Far
Poetry | Updated Oct 8, 2013 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This poem speaks about the effect of keeping your problems bottled up. It tells us that the more you keep things inside the bigger the explosion. There is a differenciation in tone in the last stanza as it speaks about how rewarding it can be to "let it out".
Deep in the heart of a bustling modern metropolis, there is one small cafÃ© that acts as a haven for the supernatural and occult and is owned by a lady who has existed for centuries. An outcast from his own family, a mysterious young musician naively approaches the Cafe simply in search of a...
About a person who is cursed to live endless lives which end violently and painfully.