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Poem / Poetry

September 17, 2016

Caught in the rain, sometimes the most painful images arise, and sometimes there just is no choice to escape.... Read More
Sometimes it is hard to let go of a love that gave you so much more than you could ever wish for, when you don't even know why. Life is not too kind though, and unforseen Rendevouz can lead to all sorts of mental escapades.... Read More
This is for those who struggle with nostalgia, for those who can't seem to shake the feeling of leaving a place and the memories you've made there even though it may be the best thing to do. I've tried my best to capture what I am feeling by writing in… Read More

Poem / Romance

June 25, 2016

Reads: 486

Shelves: 1

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Two unforgettable people of my childhood. Just some of my thoughts Read More
A snippet of childhood, memories, and a time of innocence. Read More
Sick and tired of everyone and everything, he decided to become invisible... Read More
Just a piece I wrote about my childhood neighborhood. Read More
This is a poem of nostalgia for good old days of high school antics and the changes that takes place over the years. Read More
Some memories are worth remembering. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 25, 2016

Reads: 229

Comments: 1

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Some memories are just relived over and over again for every time they brush your thoughts. Read More
A poem about nostalgia for times we were too young to experience, touching on themes of nature and community. Read More

Reads: 240

Comments: 1

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Wondering who you are?... Nostalgia Read More

Tags: nostalgia

This is the story of Luke DuBoulieu as he looks back upon his extraordinary life. It's a proverbial rollercoaster life journey of nostalgia, love, tragedy and danger. Read More

Tags: love, nostalgia

Reads: 446

Comments: 6

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Emotions produced by singing on subway trains. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 12, 2015

Reads: 403

Comments: 2

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A short story of nostalgia based around the inevitable twister of love & death Read More
A bit of humor from the way summer days were spent in the 60's and the 70's. Many people had small farms where they would get eggs, an occasional chicken dinner, or just raise animals for the prizes at fairs. This is a piece about one of those small farms… Read More
This is a short poem I wrote about suicide, and the immediate effects it has on everyone around you. If you or someone are considering suicide, get help fast; There will always be someone willing to talk.Just remember, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Without further ado,… Read More
A teen girl works in her dad's pharmacy one day in 1959--thinking about boys, dealing with the changes in the community, and doing her job--until a strange development makes this no ordinary day. Read More
I wrote this after feeling very betrayed by a group of my closest friends. Although it's meant to be written to a group of people, I figured it would be more meaningful if it was written as though I was speaking to someone after a romantic fallout. Read More
Now middle-aged, the world's first scientifically documented virgin-born baby (who is later shrugged off as a 'divine fluke') sets about to write out his life story in a last effort to make sense of his disappointing, yet incredible existence. Read More
A really old poem about nostalgia and missing and missing an old friend that left me when I needed him most. Read More
The point of view of an old woman reminiscing her early years. Read More

Reads: 496

Comments: 5

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“This is the story of why you left. But it is also the story of how I found myself.” Carter Scott leaves town on a sunny Sunday morning, abandoning Jane, his girlfriend of almost two years. Jane is left to deal with the aftermath of Carter’s absence and piece together… Read More
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