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Random First Lines:This is a compilation of poetic short stories that provide a glimpse into the shadows of our deepest fears. Notice how the language vocabulary... » Read
By Liam Strong
I wrote this simultaneously as I arrived home from the library today; the idea just burst into my mind, and so here it is!
By Jay Bake
This is a story of how I feel I will fail in my writing. I compare my failure to a man on a tightrope.
Marni is black.
Alethea is white.
Why are they friends?
In a world where no black is friends with no white, two girls battle against the world for a right for freedom and justice.
My interpretation on addiction.
Poetry | Updated Mar 28, 2012 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 9 | Likes: 8
You need to believe in yourself and never lose hope because your life matters and you mean the world to someone else. If you lose that hope, you'll lose everything.
A poem I wrote, probably not as good as the others, something about it doesn't seem right. Could I please have some feedback?