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By Uriah Ocean
More poetry from my middle school days.
This is something I've mentally put together over the course of the season so far..... The title stands figuratively and literally.
Just a little something I wrote about how I tend to deal with bad experiences and emotions. I hope some people can relate.
Something I wrote a while back. I'm not sure what caused me to write this but it came out ok right? Tell me what you think?
a recent, thoroughly inspired piece. essentially venting frustrations at the state of...everything.
By Allison Mckinnley
My thoughts and feelings of the world around me currently. How it has impacted my life. I would love any criticism, i am not 100% this is how i want the poem to go, so i would all the help i can get. thanks!
This is nonfiction. This is my life. No exaggerations, nothing fictional; this has all happened in real life. Consider this me venting, and trying to make this mean something to you all who may be reading this... This is my cry for help, for advice... I don'r want sympathy. I just want a little...
because fuck you, that's why.
Just me venting a little.
By John Cortelli
I was completely broken after my ex left me. I thought I was beyong repair, until that special someone came into my life. Now, little by little, I'm building myself back up.
Some Haikus about my feelings towards my school.
By Paper Doll Girl
Pretty much just my ranting and venting concerning "physical appeal" associated with my eating disorder and such..(*previously posten on my Tumblr account)
This is just a ventalation piece. A senior, DJ in my school shot himself over the weekend and he happened to be a well known guy so the whole school was affected by his death. I wrote this in second block and let my boyfriend read it. He told me that he was glad that I wrote this because then...
Pure feeling vomit about (big surprise) The Unmentionable Person
Poetry | Updated Jun 15, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0