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A short poem about domestic violence from the viewpoint of a child.
I wrote 2 versions of this trying to get it just right. Still not sure if I am happy with it, I may have to try again.
By Melody Rose
A boy escapes to a magical place called The Underdeep when he is bullied at school and has nowhere else to go ...
By Anna Cecelia Deninno
Watching them die in happiness, as in misery we Live!
Poetry | Updated Feb 4, 2013 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
When your head explodes, make sure that you have enough courage to pick up the pieces. And when you have picked up all the pieces and put your head back together piece by piece, people will see you for who you truly are: Fragmented and Perfect.
Short Story | Updated Jan 31, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Soakie Peace
Are eyes as seen the glory of the day
Performance of our lives is right around the corner anyway
Day to day same old, same old
Do we have a hold, of are life
Stumbling blocks, obstacles and hurdles we have to climb
Is it the right time?
Time of the existences will always be there
Poetry | Updated Jan 19, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Emily Johnson
The liar, the fiance, and the knowledge.
By Crystal Thorns
For all those people who don't really know what to do.
Poetry | Updated Dec 27, 2012 | Reads: 13 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 3
By Rose Williams
Nightmares aren't always in your mind.
It's a circle.
By Ayla Daniels
Sometimes your enemy is also your best friend
Welcome to a small section of my complicated, in understandable, completely wacked-out mind. Hope you enjoy.
Ren is 17 and a homosexual, his family cast him a side soon after learning of it. He lives at a boarding school with his boyfriend, James. One day his sister who is more understanding request for him to come home for christmas, so their family can be whole again. Ren agrees but what happens when...
By Shakier Samie
Basically this poem is about an uneducated mother that has made the decision of aborting her child (Illegally, that is.) And she only later finds that this would be an action she would soon terribly regret...