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It's almost 4 AM in the morning but today I decided to stay up with one of my best buddies, Shaun Curtis (Check him out, he just started Booksie. A talented novice poet with an eloquent sense of poetry) to help me make a poem to cheer our friend up who had it rough last night.
To be interpreted by the reader.
Action fantasy Story about a man running from everything, especially his special gift.
Short Story | Updated Jun 16, 2014 | Reads: 38 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
This is about people and their nature, and a problem the world may never solve. This is not about pollution or global warming, no. This is something a bit different. Humans are quite small.
Layla feels like her world is falling apart after asking someone to homecoming. She misses the person she was one in love with.
This is the first part of an anthology series where the 3 characters are connected. Each story takes a step further from reality.
Joshua and Maks are poor and underfed men living in a country governed by corruption; When the opportunity to set sail in search of a better life finds them, where will they find themselves?
The car was my escape
Thoughts from a trail run
Poem doodled in the boredom of class
Going nowhere fast.
Emma Carthway is a graduated senior on the run. Memories of the recent past and long ago occupy her on this cold, dark night. Thoughts of her relationship with best friend and secret love interest, Oliver Moore, is constantly with her on her journey. Was this really a good decision? Will she...
Oh... My... Glob!!! This poem is like, so flippin awesome! You gotta read it! Its all like, fun and depressing and stuff! C'mon, you know you want too...! Just read it already! Comments welcome!
By Daisy Ink
A regular day at school turns into a battle between a monster made of fire.
A poem for you to translate into your own meaning.
We're all a little weird laying in bed, right? ...right?
Poetry | Updated Mar 9, 2014 | Reads: 18 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0