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By Carl Worgan
Never leave it too late to tell someone.
Short poem I found while looking through my folders on my IPod
By Daisy Ink
A very thin woman is always seen at the gym working out, attempting to lose weight, despite the fact that she is already thin.
She just wants to fit in... **originally called 'Fitting In', but it's already taken. I'll probably change it soon
Poem doodled in the boredom of class
Sometimes love dont go as planned..so what live is love is live.
Constantly being used as only eye-candy and reusable sex for her jobs is starting to wear down Charla Jennings. She's a single mother trying to provide the only financial support she has. And she's not even twenty-four. Charla's starting to live day in and day out, finding it hard to go on. That...
This is a happy story. It's a the story of a teenage girl picking up her pieces one shred at a time. Her friend Ana embodies vanity and recklessness and lives feverishly close always beckoning to go farther into the darkness than she is willing to go. This girl is neither special, nor stronger,...
By Juli Monat
What the media and Hollywood it's been selling
for such a long time.
By Oliver Daisies
She wanted so desperately to measure up to everybody else's expectations that she forgot how beautiful she really was.
**for MD22's contest**
Making one of the hardest choices in my life.
Poetry | Updated Jul 15, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Jacob Cole
Live, Love, and be happy with someone!