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By Adya Dutta
Tragedy is the Hidden Truth of everyone's life... We all encounter it someday, by some way.... And here Tragedy rejoices himself as he sins.....
taken from my book, "Into The Direction Of Where"
Another piece I wrote about my feelings. This is for anyone who has felt this way or is currently feeling this way. I hope you guys enjoy.
A very short story, of my friend's dad's death, 3 days ago on his very special day.
when you stop looking..
Rey Mason, a 11th grade boy who lived a boring shut in life until he ends up being selected to take part in some kind of game along with 20 others around the world were the winner will end up being worthy of being the Representor of earth, and receive powers that are beyond human. So how will...
By Fail Monkey
Family issues ..
Poetry | Updated Apr 3, 2015 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
By Eon Serza
'Underwater madness slipping into a haze, drowning and choking in repugnant nostalgic thoughts.' -Karen Quan
A poem about a person that wishes to watch everything burn before them. A person who wishes to see this city burn. A person who wishes to bring despair to everyone. Who is this person? We all know them. We just need to look deeper.
By D A Draven
Based on my favourite song of all time 'Death, Come Near Me' by Draconian. This story is the most personnal to me, so in someways, it it the most important I have wrote so far. Also the first story of mine written in first person, because it is vital in the song. A girl wishes for death, and...
"they tell me to follow my heart. But if my heart is broken, which piece do I follow?"-unknown
I would walk through hell or whatever it takes to be with you again. I love you
An inspirational poem I wrote explaining my situation surrounding my life.
Something I wrote from the heart about a person that makes me sad constantly.
A being that so many of us come in contact with, the mind is a strange thing,
I wrote this in about an hour over two days, in no way a masterpiece just a small insight.