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By Reyna Matthews
This is actually a translated lyric of a song I like. I added some content and edited a little. I give credit to the authors of this song: Mr. Lin and Mr. Zhao.
By Katarzyna Van Vitsin
Here is my entry for the SmellyMelly Contest!
In a pursuit to escape the grasp of World Dictator Celia Dupoint, servant girl Poplar Perrington and a Multi-Dimensional God in disguise, Syndee BonNox realize they are being looked out for. In disguise, the two decide to take a break and stay in a...
You think you know people but really you know nothing
A poem of an indescribable epiphany
When mankind seeks protection of his heart and soul from harm, he loses more than fearâ€¦
By Troy Chittocks Tpod
SunWorms: Aftermath is coming soon!
The sequel to the original novel, SunWorms. The second in it's trilogy, 'The SunWorm Trilogy'.
This poetry is a re-up of my essay called
Sara continually finds strange toys appearing in her son's crib, so after setting up a camera in his room, she discovers something terrifying.
A poem to Angels. Who exist.
Poetry | Updated Jul 3, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Lady Deva
A poem about Yidhra the Witch.
By Lola Domni
After a strange dream I decided to write this story based on it. I hope you can decipher the meaning behind the surreality of it all :p
By Mr Watson
French letters or condoms a short poem about them
By Joshua White
Rain, and how it soothes the soul
Poetry | Updated Jan 20, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
Lisa Holden lives in Seattle, she loves to travel, dance, watch old films and she's a vampire. Don't worry, she won't bite. When Lisa was newly turned at the age of twenty-two in 1890, she was trained to protect the human race by her maker. So when dead girls start showing up around Seattle,...
A poem.. about living for someone and for dedicating your life to protecting them. And then the aftermath of failing this duty.
Poetry | Updated Dec 24, 2013 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0