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Mr. Flowers

Mr. Flowers

A Poem by BadlyBruisedMuse


What a wierdo...
As petals fall

As petals fall

A Poem by Ella


A poem I wrote three years ago for my grandma's funeral. R.I.P
Individual

Individual

A Poem by Dittobug


I'm sorry, my small flower, you were never unique at all.
The Rosebush’s Siesta

The Rosebush’s Siesta

A Poem by Raccoony


Once upon a time...
Easy Like Sunday Morning

Easy Like Sunday Morning

A Poem by Journey


He’s soulful-A Lionel Richie song with a dash of Kenny G...
Love Is…

Love Is…

A Poem by burning paper planes


a poem i had to do for an English assiment usuing the title 'love is…'
JASMINE FLOWERS

JASMINE FLOWERS

A Story by Prateeksha Khot


All her life she lived her life for others until she decided to live for herself............
May Flowers

May Flowers

A Poem by Lydia Jamison


Like a May flower,You're starting to bloom.The April showers, Came too soon.You grew too fastAnd passed me by.So now that I see you,I can't help butCr..
Miracle Grow

Miracle Grow

A Poem by Honey


Just as flowers bloomMy heart bursts open for youLike you are the sun.
Star Flower

Star Flower

A Poem by Mason


I look up towards the charred skies,As stars begin to blossom,Like thousands of tiny flowers,Glistening with dew hit by the morning sun.Their petals b..
The Flower and the Demon

The Flower and the Demon

A Story by samie05


Once there lived a demon who lusted for beautiful beauties that walk on earth. The most beautiful beauties were the untouched maidens which..
Flowers

Flowers

A Poem by j-doe


I lay here in a casketSlowly being buried deep,My mind would be full of thoughts. If i weren't more than asleep.Flowers sadly layon my tomb stone once..
The Rain Whispers, I'm Not Me I'm You

The Rain Whispers, I'm Not Me I'm You

A Poem by Sweet & Tender Hooligan


A mix of Joy Division & the despair of the way thing's are and are not.
Fairy In The Flower

Fairy In The Flower

A Poem by Tai Ryens


'Twas your salty tears that made this soiled heart bitter, for I could not bear to admire love, as it did once imprison me . . .

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