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The Booksie Classic House

“It stinks bad,” “You eat this ugly fruit? “Derrick jumped back from the large fruit cut opened with a machete. “It smells good for me and tasty too,” Juggernaut pulled a slippery, glossy yellow flesh covering a large seed and placed in his mouth savoring its taste to full extent.… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

You choose which poison fits this poem. They all do. Read More

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A brief snapshot of youthful ignorance and anti social behavior. while the events are real, knowing what i know now and whats more being the person i am now if i had the chance i would never have behaved so. Read More

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Perhaps one of the most pervasive inventions of human society has been television. Ever since its creation almost eighty years ago, it has become a major part in and of our lives; allowing us to see many historical events such as the moon landing, the Civil Rights Movement, the fall… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 30, 2008

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The Booksie Classic House

HANK AND HIS THOUGHTS ON HUMANITY. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 09, 2007

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I wrote this poem a year or so ago. My father was dying at the time, and I was looking for any escape. Relationships that brought me pain were an escape, and pain that wasn't related to my father was welcome. Read More
Booksie 2018 Poetry Contest

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