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The Sink, and the thing that lives beneath it.
Poetry | Updated Apr 2, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
No one will ever begin to understand this poem, but it doesn't mean that you can't relate to it.
By Husty The Faithful
A boy who didn't receive information.
A girl brought down by her sadness and hatred towards herself. She was too far gone to be saved, even by the one who cared enough to reach out to her.
Alec lives with his mother and sister Bella due to his mothers job they move around alot, he thought it would be like every other time but when he meets a blue eyed boy his life is changed forever.
I am unable. I am incapable. I am feeble. I am me.
An ode (of sorts) to shipworms, also known as Teredo worms. They're a kind of saltwater clam, which make their living by eating wood left in saltwater, eg. ships. The little beasties are much to be feared . . .
A simpler kind of poem. Short, but still kind of cute I think. Written as I how I describe water from a sink to feel. Something so simple can be quite hard to explain, but I hope it will be liked by those of you :)
A new style vessel sink brings class, style and elegance to any bathroom while still maintaining its functionality.
Article | Updated Jul 9, 2011 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Dc Novel
This is a short poem aboutthe sinking of the RMS Titanic
Poetry | Updated May 11, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
Atlantis. Plato's hypothetical island.
A fascinating point in the history of myths and legends.
No one knows what really happened. Oh yes, there are theories. There are presumptions and suppositions. There are rumours and fantasies.
But as mentioned, there is no one who knows what really...
These were short poems that I just put into one page. (:
â€œBut how much carbon is there in the atmosphere at any given time?â€ Juggernaut inquired.
â€œRoughly around 750 billion tons of carbon is out there in the atmosphere.â€
â€œI understand that sea water in the oceans acts as sink hole for carbon, am I...