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about holding someone and keeping them safe.
Love and death. A twisted love sonnet.
By Sylvin Saju
my senses say the truths silently
Poetry | Updated Oct 24, 2012 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Children must fight to death to survive. 30 children only one group can survive. seen through different eyes
By Lupi Hanny
I can feel you looking at me...
My silence is making you
question what's wrong
but here is my theory:
My silence shows that
I'm thinking of you and me
thinking of you shows that I care.
And you knowing that I care
should make you see that
the silence we share
is nothing but me
Poetry | Updated Jul 26, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
In the future, the govt doesn't have enough soldiers for the army so they conduct an experiment using kids as soldiers. The experiment worked. Kat's dad was part of the experiment and her bigger brother joins the army as well. So when her brother dies in war, she gets drafted into the army. Her...
By Stormy Aura Llewellyn
While I'm at it, I'm going to make up for some lost posting time! I wrote this short poem while watching the live BluRay of Phantom of the Opera. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for some excellent poetic inspiration! Anyway, it's just short, but I wanted to post it. (:
This is for he...
Title tells all! :DDD (Not gonna elaborate! XDD)
Poetry | Updated Feb 20, 2012 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 14 | Likes: 35
Mendacity, deception, lies. When the world is nothing like it seems. When you're the only one who doesn't know that.
A SHORT POEM ABOUT THE END OF A RELATIONSHIP DUE TO INABILITY TO GIVE YOURSELF ENTIRELY TO THAT PERSON.
Rubbing the sleep from his eyes he walked over to the televisions he had placed on his desk, all of which were hooked up to the CCTv cameras he had positioned in each of the rooms of his house. He surveyed the rooms on the screens and deciding that they were all empty, he unbolted his door.
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A story poem about the relationship between a mermaid and a dragonfly