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Random First Lines:A novel in 40 Poems from the inside the mind of a woman having a nervous breakdown. Literally. I do not even remember writing some of these. I... » Read
Lynn decides to write down her feelings/ memories.
This is part of a multi-strand project I currently working on. It is only a very small fraction of what I intend being a much larger work. The idea being that several plots intertwine, with characters interacting across the different plot strands.
taken from my book, "If It Doesn't Compromise The Chicken"
By Osas H George
5th of Novemeber where not only bangs from fireworks are heard, on the streets. This poem captures and highlights what goes on, what could happen and what goes wrong when wrong decisions are made with gun play on the 5th of november...its a reality.
By Dlcannon Reprise
taken from my book, "Pardon Me For Explaining"
Dunno why I picked humore...like I can write anything humourous. Well, here is another amazing poem!XD This is a... odd & confusing poem about a baby-sitter who lost the puppy. :P
By Angel Plant
About how when a man tries or does walk all over his wife, girlfriend or any woman.
Dylanâ€™s life has never been what some would call â€œa good life.â€ With no family, she depended on her girlfriend Skylar to fill that void sheâ€™d been carrying around for so long. The only problem with that was Sky was controlling, a cheat, and abusive. It took a lot of...
One things leads to another and fate shapes the unlikely path Elize is destined to follow; she must remember and take confidence in herself to find the truth and clarity of the deluded memories she holds.
By Nassar Khan
A story I wrote for a girl once upon a time. Unlikely things happen in the rain on Baker Street.
A seriers of diffrent short stories. Story one: A boy takes revenge on the man who killed his baby sister.
By Street Angel
The life of an older man, homeless again after 26 years, told against the backdrop of his attempts to help a street kid he met one day waiting to get into a homeless shelter.
By Kanana Winnie
Poetry | Updated Jul 26, 2012 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0