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Poem / Poetry

April 15, 2013

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Shelves: 1

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How do I want people to remember me? Read More
I got carried away at first and then I got extremely lazy...so I'm sorry for the poor work ethic exhibited in this poem but I encourage you to read - you actually might, MIGHT relate ABOUT : the pain of wanting someone so badly and realizing you need to get… Read More

Reads: 676

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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I hate math. So unbelievably much. I hate it hate it hate it. Here, I managed to make my hatred for it rhyme :) Read More

Reads: 68

Shelves: 1

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An epitaph from the bringer of the Black Death. Read More

Reads: 123

Shelves: 1

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Just a quick jot after a walk in an old New England graveyard Read More

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Reads: 1916

Comments: 160

Shelves: 1

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This Epitaph posting is intended to be funny, humorous and ironic. A wasted life? You decide. Enjoy. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 13, 2007

Reads: 284

Comments: 3

Shelves: 1

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Short...Not for the faint of heart. Read More

Reads: 826

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A humorous epitaph for a purely fictional person who, in life, was an avid baseball fan. Read More

Reads: 721

Comments: 6

Shelves: 1

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A short poem, the meaning of which, is unambiguous and speaks, most clearly, for itself. The name of "Irene Malone" is purely fictional and was created to fit the rhyming structure of the poem. Any resemblance between the poetic Irene Malone to any real person, either living or dead, is… Read More

Reads: 843

Comments: 8

Shelves: 1

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A short lyrical poem. A fictional, satirical and humorous epitaph filled with irony. Depicting the futility of the many worldly goals some men pursue and with which they can become obsessed. With no discernable benefit. To themselves, the world, the rest of humanity or any of their other fellow human… Read More

Reads: 1038

Comments: 9

Shelves: 1

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A short lyrical poem to portray a fictional tombstone epitaph for anyone for whom life has been mysterious, disappointing and filled with irony. And yet! Fused with hope for one's eternal salvation and destiny where all earthly questions may be answered and/or rendered irrelevant. Once and for all, finally and… Read More
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