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Grew up a nineties kid, attending college less than enthusiastically, longing for and living the 1980s through new wave, post-punk and my friends from the Breakfast Club. Read More
How can the one whom u loved so much before become the one to break ur heart and all ur hopes? Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 21, 2011

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Comments: 1

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Deatails of a child's mind. Read More
Wanna go back to a time when love's flow had no blockages... Read More

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Comments: 2

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just a small poem...... an escape route perhaps Read More

Poem / Memoir

September 04, 2010

transferred from old account. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 03, 2010

Reads: 340

Comments: 4

The Booksie Classic House

How once I had been to love, and how we had enjoyed. How she left me, and now I am sad. Contains a lot of hidden meanings, LOL. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 10, 2010

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Comments: 2

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And then, if you can, write me a letter from the sea, write it at sunset, when the sun refreshes scarlet cup in the horizon; Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 15, 2010

Reads: 337

Comments: 4

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when we are silent.>>>>---- We are in love.>>>>---- When we are at our happiest.>>>>---- We are in love.>>>>---- Nothing can come closer than us.>>>>---- Not rust stuck years to the tractor.>>>>---- Read More
Lupita is a normal teenager with many problems of her own. But a journey deep into her mind and heart help her wake up and open her eyes to reality. This experience changes the way she views life and helps her respect her parents and grandma more. She learns to… Read More

Poem / Poetry

June 03, 2010

Reads: 242

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

A story about lost confessions...sadly based on a true story ~~Not really poetry, more free verse/stream of conscious. I didn't really want to focus on syntax and grammar because, well that's boring. Plus, I feel that this style is more appropriate. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 24, 2010

Reads: 339

Comments: 5

The Booksie Classic House

unforving memories, getting over the past Read More
Women had virtually no opportunity to advance in the work place, were barred from joining many organizations and were relegated primarily to the role of homemakers...a role that some relished while others hated but could to do little else. Yet even in an era of repression, the greatness contributions were… Read More
paying it forward, weather, old men, grandpa, busses Read More

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Comments: 4

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object, nostalgia, holding onto things Read More
it's a story of a painful memory from a lover Read More
Broken hearted remembering someone who has died. Read More
Art was the end that justified the means; however depraved they may have seemed to an outside observer. Read More
Believe it or not, I wrote this while looking at a picture of Sesshomaru from InuYasha. Call me a mega-nerd, but it brought to life this weird nostalgia. I hope everyone likes, please comment if you do. This is my first free verse poem, by the way. Read More
Our Universe is an ongoing miracle. Like the crest and the trough, both constitute the wave,the end and the beginning both constitute the larger continuum... and so the less bright doesn't mean the less divine. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 01, 2009

Reads: 349

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

When I was a child I used to stare at the sky for hours. Read More
kinda just wrote it... i was feeling a lot i guess. COMMENT!!!! please? Read More

Poem / Other

November 22, 2009

Reads: 292

Comments: 2

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Sometimes it's one little unexpected thing, and you are back there... in the memory... Read More
passing my family home since we left it 10 years ago I passed it yesterday a feeling of undefineable guilt ; why it calls out from me from the past and makes me resent toe new residents ? The dreams we dreamed and fantacies we imagined there - I inherited… Read More
Abigail Gibbons, an aging writer, reflects upon some memories from her youth. During two years of the Great Depression she met, and befriended an elderly man in a nursing home. Despite being very wise and friendly, he told fantastic stories of Visparalli, an alien planet far away, one he claimed… Read More
Following a creative writing class for senior citizens, an old man relates a bizarre tale from his youth, a story which suggests a human breeding season each year. Read More
I'm finally tired of glorifying the past when it wasn't that great anyway. Read More
This was when I contemplated running away. Read More
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