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Words for therapy as I wait for my Psychiatrist
By Jeff Bezaire
Love is a beautiful and dangerous emotion - it can lift us with hope or drown us with despair, fill us with happiness or sadness or anger. It can be a friend or a foe.
(This is a type of sequel to my previous poem, The Moments)
By Jeff Bezaire
Life is filled with many moments every day. How can we make sense of them all? How do they affect us? What imprint is left on our mind?
By Victor K Acnam Ii
Locked behind the doors of his own home, Leon Melstorm, the son of the King of Aithon knows little of the real world outside the doors. His older brother, Kenneth Melstorm, a general in his father's army and a prodigy in the art of combat and tactics, has spent most of his life in the...
By Hannah Bundy
This is a personal essay I wrote for my freshman english class on the reasons as to why people are bulimic and the general thought process. My own personal reasons/thought process I suppose.
By Chris Marshall
Just a very quick piece after recent thinking.
Held captive by an unknown intelligent , evil man in the middle of nowhere .
By Adrian Hunt
Had writer's block this morning - wrote this instead...
A poem simply put about light
Poetry | Updated Jul 3, 2015 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
when you're so small and the world's so big and the dreams you seek are so far away...
Poetry | Updated Jun 30, 2015 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A Journey in to the world of your inner mind,
One man goes on a quest to figure out why he's trapped in what he thinks is a dream, what will chris do what will he find, will you discover something true to you?
A poem about writers, poets who can't spell and the criticism and judgment they get from people who don't take the time to look before they read.
By Emily Quest
Chloe has always had an interesting life. People know that she has been through a lot, but they don't know the half of it. So when it all becomes too much for her what happens to her?
poem of combat veterans
Poetry | Updated May 25, 2015 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
This was originally an Essay written in a two hour class session based upon the question: can you relate to Sisyphus' struggle? (the eternal struggle) I hope to edit and make additions to some lines of thought inquired in this piece.