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Today's Top Writing

For you, I would

For you, I would

A Poem by Amanda Trerotola


For you,i would stay upuntil the sun kissesthe fiery horizon and the moon embracesthe stars,melting the midnightsky.-a.t
The Duck Billed Platypus

The Duck Billed Platypus

A Poem by Neville Pettitt


another one from out of me daughters lunch box... long ago
Promises and a miracles

Promises and a miracles

A Poem by Coyote Poetry


Just words
A Winter Poem

A Winter Poem

A Poem by Einstein Noodle


Cinquain: poem of 5 lines with syllabic counts of 2, 4, 6, 8 and 2 respectively.... the captcha for this one is "plainish" :))))))))) gotta love it right?!
Axiom

Axiom

A Poem by Mrudula Rani


On to a measure I feel guilt for descanting, truth, and aggrieving a heart. Comes again a sense of sorrow towards not ensuing authenticity, and nestling in quietude. ..
Rehibilitation My Arse.

Rehibilitation My Arse.

A Poem by Dawn


Can someone who has done evil actually changeand be rehabilitated back into the community100% and never commit another crime?Long-term. I am on about.I often wonder this difficult questions and struggle with the answer. As I actually do believe in my..
Circle of Life

Circle of Life

A Poem by john l smith


a tanka
only in dying

only in dying

A Stage Play by maybe i died


as roots now rotmy thoughts are caughtthe deeper they digand bower my heartlike a progressive death of twigs
This Could Easily Be Hell

This Could Easily Be Hell

A Poem by Louis McKraker


I come from the south― Far below Heaven's gate― With excursions sewn to my mouth, And an unseen force setting my pace― A nascent force without name or face― ..

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