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Perfect Angel

Perfect Angel

A Poem by Sam


She said she would hurt me. I didn’t believe her. I wouldn’t believe her. I told her she was beautiful. That she was perfect. That ..
Divulgence.

Divulgence.

A Book by Summer D.


A series of letters.
Dancing In The Dark

Dancing In The Dark

A Poem by Summer D.


What a clever scheme it was. What a flawed plan it be. To dance in the dark, free from prying eyes and judgmental thoughts. Free to seek whomever we b..
Flawed

Flawed

A Book by DidIReachYou?


Lynn's mother just died. Not much of a spoiler, since it's pretty sudden. Rocked with shock, her normal refuge from her cold, unfeeling father is visi..
Seeking Flawlessness In a Flawed World

Seeking Flawlessness In a Flawed World

A Poem by A. Garcia Sagarra


Unexisting flawless people,that you make up in your mind,that you just for just a picture,but there's nobody of that kind.Even though you know that,yo..
Beauty

Beauty

A Poem by Apebble


Being broken and flawed is something beautiful, something greater than we could ever dream.
M**********r Friend

M**********r Friend

A Poem by Ambra Celeste


M**********r FriendShe wears the jealousy dress and adorns her neck with gossip pearlsPretentiously she impersonate your best friendShe knows you beli..
Human Condition

Human Condition

A Poem by Mushy


An essence of flaws is the human condition Who are you or I to peck at all the splinters in the flesh Meanwhile impaled with timbers hearts of gla..
B*****d Children

B*****d Children

A Poem by Vria P Crow


"Malformed is the dangling eye..."
My Flawed Perfection

My Flawed Perfection

A Story by Rachel Grace


This is a description I wrote about someone who is...well you'll see. Extremely amazing.
Flawless

Flawless

A Chapter by Dhaye


love
Flawed, I am

Flawed, I am

A Poem by Stephanie


Flawed, I amFlawed, I am But aren’t we all? No matter the person, Big or small. So don’t..
Pieces of Me

Pieces of Me

A Poem by GreenEyedPoet


Written 5/26/15 'Don't bother picking up the broken pieces They're too sharp to touch And too small to matter'.

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