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A rose is on stage. It performs a piano concerto. I believe it's one of my best poems (with the exclusion of a couple. Also one of my oddest, but whatever). It's a short summary, I know, but I'm kinda feeling a bit slow tonight. Read More
A poem about the horrors you'll likely encounter on ChatRoulette. Read More
Mary and Joe gaze at the clouds above them, talking as they do so. A short dialogue. Read More
Uranium terror dropped on silent beaches. Life blackened to debris and sickness. This is a tribute to those who fell victim to the chaos. Read More
David Brown is cruising down the highway when a police cruiser pulls him over. Hopefully they don't search through his car... Read More
I was meditating on this topic for a short time, and I came up with a final thought on it. All though there is way more to what I typed, I decided to condense it all in two paragraphs (time and laziness). Read More

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Just a short poem about not giving up, even when the situation as well as others call for it. Nothing fancy, nothing romantic, just about as simple as it can get really. Read More
A "literary painting" of our flaws and shortcomings. Tell me what you think. Read More

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A poem about a field of burning charcoal. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 01, 2014

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A haiku about a New Years party I went to. Read More
Vinnie finds himself on Eddie's wrong side, a side that inhabits the traits of a paranoid, psychopathic lunatic. But that isn't the only thing Vinnie has to worry about... Read More
I wrote this poem a while back. It follows the doctrine of "you can't have good without evil". Hope you enjoy. Read More

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I was perusing through a gallery when I came up with this. Read More
A poem I just wrote about a fat prostitute. Read More
I love everybody equally. I'm not a racist nor do I promote hatred of any kind. You'll see why I wrote this once you view this page. Now since that's out of the way, feel free to enjoy the second-rate comedy! Read More
A patriotic triolet about my thoughts on the good ol' US of A! Read More
A very short piece about Rachel losing her virginity. However, her partner may not be who you think he is... Read More
2 haikus I wrote during a brief writing period of me writing haikus. Instead of posting them separately, I figured I might as well put them both under one title to spare me the unnecessary work. Read More
A literary symphony regarding happiness' grand contents. In lamens terms, a poem about being joyful for no apparent reason. Maybe it'll particially cheer up this sad-teenager website we call Booksie.com Read More
Riddles and riddles and more riddles! Step right up and try you luck! Read More
A little four line poem I conjured up. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 10, 2013

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A poem about my cat. Read More
I'll let you decide what it's about. It's only three lines, so it won't take up much of your time. Read More

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Just for the record, I never did shrooms; but I'd thought it would be cool if I wrote about some of the experiences I've heard of. Read More
A poem about a chemistry teacher I had last year. Mr. K, if you are reason this, I humbly abhor you. Read More
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