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By Sky 2 Sea
Poetry | Updated Feb 7, 2014 | Reads: 55 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 2
By Bella Maroney
The water above and below is soft and crystalline as it moves under the water. Sleek and silver, a mirror reflection of its outside world, yet so obvious to the inhabitants inside. Silent and unaltering, it moves without provocation, no declaration of its existence, but it is beautiful. What...
By The Meverix
A little Icarus that stays within us, makes us what we are. Read and find out your Icarus!
When you think of a runaway woman in a dress you think of a bride, right? This is not the case.
When Lacey's best friend gets engaged, she immediately asks for Lacey to be her maid of honor. All the planning and love gets Lacey thinking about how much she wants to find love and how much she...
By Xox Imagination Xox
I had an assignment in my Poetry & Song class senior year of highschool. We had to choose a form of poetry, and were to write about it when we felt inspiration. I chose Poetry Therapy: Writing to heal yourself. I didn't plan this writing the night I wrenched my heart out crying. I was in a bad...
A poem inspired by adventure and fantasy.
Poetry | Updated Jan 5, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
There are many moments she lives to see, but one she will never see again.
This poem is an interpretation on how some men can change woman's lives forever in a bad sort of way.
artwork will be added
Where have buttons been?
Life ever so fleeting
By Rambunctious Art
This is a poem I wrote! It's kind of an odd one, somewhat about the feelings of mundaneness and institutionalizing people. I guess you'll just have to read it to understand!
By Ted Gerard
What would you do to save the world?
The twins were walking free
through the lonelinest of all streets
where the sun couldn't dare to touch
their pale, porcelain skin
The second part of "Aira".
By Lilly Gilovitz
A young girl meets the sea for the first time.
Poetry | Updated Dec 4, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0