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Never To Claim

Never To Claim

A Poem by JenLyn


Not my best work but eh.
Inherited faith

Inherited faith

A Poem by JenLyn


Fallen heroes unfulfilled dreams. Hopelessness and poverty are all we see. We need to change, save the dream, keep the possibilit..
"The Prostitute"

"The Prostitute"

A Poem by PoeT4994


Random write.
Judge

Judge

A Poem by Kaotic Barbie


My family is not unconditional. All's they can do is judge, even in my worst situation's when all I need is a helping hand.
Throw your stone

Throw your stone

A Poem by A. E. Cox


Written when I was 14, and very angst-y.
Chapter 1: No Goal is attained without the Frist Step

Chapter 1: No Goal is attained without the Frist S..

A Chapter by SheaRyhai


Max skips school for the first time in her life in order to sneak into an open house audition and sing. Theo is acting as a judge for the TV show, and..
k3y to saving th3 brok3n h3art; is surviving!

k3y to saving th3 brok3n h3art; is surviving!

A Poem by Jock Engelman


(original upload found here: http://truml.com/profile/poetry-detail/96540 )
Definition: Cold

Definition: Cold

A Poem by Poe Redd


Invasive precautions dismissing my confessions mistake realised: my mood clashed with the day when I arrived it wasn't the sun that got in my eyes ..
Haven't Time for Pity

Haven't Time for Pity

A Story by Tapher


inspiration comes as swift as judgement
The Valley of Dreadful Night

The Valley of Dreadful Night

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


He hid in the fields and hedgerows, And skirted the towns by night, He lay in the barns of deserted farms To sleep, when the time was..
Judgmental Compulsiveness

Judgmental Compulsiveness

A Poem by PoeticFury


We are compulsive on impulse for those living or dead. With or without a pulse making fun of them for how they are instead of taking care of our o..
Judge Me?

Judge Me?

A Poem by Collins


A poem about the inner workings of a girl who more than often feels judged because of the body she walks around in instead of the person she actually ..
Of Watchers and Wanderers

Of Watchers and Wanderers

A Poem by OctoberDawn


A call to be more forgiving of others, and to never jump to judgement unjustly.
Please Fix Your Face

Please Fix Your Face

A Poem by Theodore Dixen


Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover

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