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It is about a small folk.
By Miss Lea
Who is dictating what and should they?
A poem about Celephais in the Dreamlands.
By Midnight Black Cat
Time and beauty go hand in hand, but what is old still has beauty within it
By Lady Deva
A poem about the deity Zoth-Ommog.
This is an unusual piece about the weight of civilization, and the limitations of the constructed world. It briefly explores a world of statues, birds, and the vast ocean they long to cross. I hope you enjoy it!
By Pentagram The Wicked
A poem about the god Zoth-Ommog.
The year is 1912 and Markus Junsonger is exploring a mysterious underground temple that his father had described in his journal. The journal is dated 5th of May, 1907; five days before Thomas Junsongerâ€™s mysterious disappearance. Only three days after Marcusâ€™ 12th birthday. Five...
A poem about a man's experience with fair-weather friends and coming terms with his individuality, demons, and false-lovers.
Can't beat those cold nights when you've had too much to drink.. the rest explains itself
By Cosmic Crow
Something for myself, is more like a rap. Check it out.
A Muslim engineer designed the earthen dam over 4 centuries ago on one of the tributary of the river â€œMusiâ€™ to artificially create a 10 square mile lake in the center of City of Hyderabad in Southern India. The Dam now called â€˜Tank Bundâ€™ became one of the best...
A sewer treatment plant built on the beach front road, where it could be? In Vizag, a large metropolitan city in South India with a population over 2 million.
â€œWhose idea was that?â€ inquired Juggernaut.
â€œDonâ€™t ask me, I only work here,â€...
A poem about the pitfalls and shortcomings of organized religion
When Eden is chosen to rule over London's secret monarchy, he is transported into a world of magic and wonders. Soon though, he discovers the harsh reality of this new world...
its short...but came deep from my heart...enjoy:)
Poetry | Updated Jul 12, 2008 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 4