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Poem / Poetry

January 25, 2013

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Comments: 2

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'Snow is white' is a famous example of a basic factual sentence in the philosophy of language. Here the adjective and the noun are reversed. The point is that the reversal turns prose into poetry: the sentence 'white is the snow' does not represent a fact about the world; it… Read More
"­"­ Inevitable present;­ home to the indians today.­ I've learned my lessons, stopped playing music to the plastic poets in the rain.­ They've all found their way, like I did in time, but both of them couldn't be here to stay with me and write dark blue little lines.­ So… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 14, 2012

Reads: 617

Comments: 30

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I don't really have a moral behind this one! Normally I pick an emotion! I would call this my struggle of life, the search for answers and what I have learn't! I guess the moral is being a truth seeker will only ever end in you knowing less truth! Anyway… Read More
Owen accepted that his poetry wouldn't be what it was without Sassoon's input. However, he sometimes found himself feeling that what they had produced by the end of an evening was like a union of them both. No. Owen smiled slightly. No, he supposed he didn't mind the idea of… Read More
If you had told Blythe Ryan she would be at a voice academy, learning to encode messages into spoken word surrounded by friends, she would think you were crazy. Big opportunities and friends were scarce in her life. Not big on speaking or showing emotion, Blythe hides behind her mountain… Read More
"Poem without a title i say to the lead Why did you let yourself? Have you forgotten the alchemists? Have you given up hope Of turning into gold? Nobody answer. Lead.Bullet.With names Such as these The sleep is deep and long" May your soul RIP Read More
A Ballad Tribute to Poets of the Fall.Poem is a collection of song lyrics from all currently released albums. This work is a creative reconstruction of their material and is dedicated to Poets of the Fall. Disclaimer: I hold no property rights to this material (song lyrics) and is the… Read More

Reads: 517

Comments: 10

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If you been a poet on Booksie since the Spring of 2011...you might be familiar with this famous battle between two poets. Striver7777 and Eileen McGuinness went through what I call "A poet's war" and this poem is about this famous battle that many of us still remember and lost… Read More

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Comments: 4

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This is a poem, I should of entitled FED UP. Please give me some feedback, Thank you Read More
When you describe death, you get poetry from Death himself. Read More
It's been seven weeks since the end of the world. Who's left? Read More

Book / Romance

August 13, 2011

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Comments: 4

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Stanly has run away from everything in his small town to california and now wants to start a new life no strings attached! Until he falls for a girl who is everything that he's not. Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 01, 2011

Reads: 421

Comments: 2

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There is nothing more exciting then a writer who is compelled to keep on writing and they don't really know where or how the words keep coming...but all they know is that they have to put it down on paper or in the computer...here comes poetry...that's my thing... Read More
Sometimes, as a poet, you think, what the heck am I saying? Won first place in a literary magazine contest. Read More

Reads: 328

Comments: 2

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A SHORT POEM IN WHICH I GIVE MY OPINION ABOUT SOME WRITERS HERE. IT'S NOT MEANT FOR EVERYONE, BUT I'M SURE WE ALL KNOW SOMEONE HERE WHO SHOULD READ THIS.. Read More
WELL THE POEM I THINK SAYS IT ALL. Read More
what is to publish poetry Read More

Tags: souls, poets, publish

When two sparks meet the light shines brightest for the briefest of moments. Read More
you will know, once a poet, always a poet Read More

Tags: write, poets

Reads: 662

Comments: 1

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King Henry VIII wore clothes with jewels set in embroidery, he made for himself. He wore his wealth all the time. King Henry VIII was no fool; he was singer, poet and a sports man. He started his own church that became the Church of England with ‘Archbishop of Canterbury’… Read More

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Comments: 1

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Poetry should be left to open interpretation. Enjoy mind traveling. Read More
Hear the Cries of Our Children before it's too late... I see you passing me by, you're just like all the rest... I know your type. No wonder so many of us die... You won't make a difference... T.G.? Read More
Matthew 23:13 But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in. Read More
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