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We have all had a really bad day, but what if you didn't know it?
A Sonnet inspired by the Song Trilogy
By White Ink
Our life is a product of our choices.
Who we are right now, what kind of life weâ€™re living â€“this is all because of the choices weâ€™ve made in the past, and the choices weâ€™re about to make in the future will ultimately decide what kind of person weâ€™ll be and...
By Juli Monat
One thought...up to you.
Poetry | Updated Feb 24, 2013 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
a short script for a very in depth multiple theory allegory.
In the late 19th century, Eyre Reeves was running from the police, yet on the inside he didn't seem to be running from his darkest feelings. A tangle with the past and a dash with his allies, will he come to turn with these emotions, or just get caught in his own trap?
By Dante Soldari
This poem is not for one, but for many. Make of it what you will.
Poetry | Updated Jan 10, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
A dream-themed poem.. some may find it kinda interesting
Man is destroying our world with boms and war
Poetry | Updated May 20, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 6
Based on the hit IGN Trailer, a farm boy must travel seven years in the past to save a kingdom from an evil force hell-bent on destroying it.
The pictures belong to IGN. This is based off of an April Fools Trailer made by IGN, not mine. Some of the events are mine, and some characters are...
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Get ready for the battles of champions as the world of Gaia is plunged in a world war with sides picking sides for survival. A small but powerful group of soldiers, known as Legacy, fight for freedon in the war of the Allys and the Banes.
The corpse of a Bellator cub rest in a dark funeral,...
By Trek Princess
A sad little piece
Poetry | Updated Dec 18, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
I will leave it to you to decide whether the character in this poem made the right decision or not.