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Random First Lines:A Christmas horror story where a soldier must confront his post-traumatic stress from the First World War.
A short film script based on Henry... » Read
By Liam Strong
This poem is for Archia's poetry contest! The style is my new craft of vague storytelling, though it may sound pretentious and slightly tough to understand. But it's precious and for poetry that's all that matters! Enjoy!
By Henry Duthler
We all have our canvas, we stain the canvas with every emotion, every moment, every dream... and our lives become our very own work of art.
There was a King who had 1 Eye and 1 leg..
He asked all the painters to draw a beautiful portrait of him. But none of them could -- how could they paint him beautifully with the defects in one eye and one leg.
Eventually one of them agreed and drew a classic picture of the King.
It was a...
How can you paint when you can't see??
By Effy Roams
Wherever 7 year old child, Moira, goes lighting strikes. Cursed with bad-luck, and a bad-family. But one streak of light, changes this child's life forever. Given a magical paint-set, where whatever she paints, become her temporary reality. But what happens when she never wants to leave-- what...
By Wylie Callum
Alexander Gray and Aeliyah Blue have been enemies since third grade, when Alexander, Alex, put red fingerpaint in Aeliyah's hair. Now, he's pulled his latest prank, one that makes Aeliyah hate him so much more than she did before. Now she decides to start pranking back, and Alex develops...
Just a few metaphors to compare the art painting and the art of letting go :)
Life..discover it in my little poem
Poetry | Updated Jul 6, 2013 | Reads: 33 | Comments: 5 | Likes: 13
By Crow Of Light
A poet has the ability to see what is invisible to a naked eye i believe this is due to our minds.
This is an essay I wrote for school. Personally, I think this is one of my best peices of work so far! The topic was to do with ones emotions in relation to creativity - I spread my butter pretty thin on sticking to topic . . . Can you find the "hidden" metaphor near the end? Please critique, it...
A poem about the unexpected difficulties that arise in relationships.
A paint brush perspective
Poetry | Updated Feb 12, 2013 | Reads: 21 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Alexa Burch
A painter's woe.
Poetry | Updated Dec 29, 2012 | Reads: 22 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1