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The Death Seekers

The Death Seekers

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


The moment draws nigh to account for all I have discerned I pray it is sufficient to salvage forthcoming generations from the fate bes..
They named me

They named me

A Poem by Paige Pino


they called me witch they called me devil they called me every monstrous name in the book they named me the way that people often name the things ..
Make Believe

Make Believe

A Poem by aurora kastanias


She did not know,Or so she thought.She did not know,Or so they made her believe.And believe she did,They were many,They had to know.Temporary doubtAvo..
A World Without Judgement

A World Without Judgement

A Poem by SinisterPotatoe (Jack)


A positive look at the future
Stupid as Brilliant

Stupid as Brilliant

A Poem by C_theSurrealist


We still not the best yet we can imagine about it.
What's worse.

What's worse.

A Poem by Lizziekin


I study GCSE psychology, and recently I did a questionnaire amoungst other people in my year. Two of my results stuck out for me, as the majority of p..
The Grasp of Hell

The Grasp of Hell

A Story by Dan James


Jake has to see his brother over and over again. It always ends up being the same emotions. Happiness, then anger, then fear for his life, then fear f..
Study The Genuine So You Can Spot The Counterfeit

Study The Genuine So You Can Spot The Counterfeit

A Story by Stephen J. Vattimo


Short commentary on the subject of the one thousand year rein of Jesus as ruler of the Earth
Redhead Goddess

Redhead Goddess

A Poem by Brittany Defranco


Inspired by a friend here on this site
Too Many Critics

Too Many Critics

A Poem by The Iron Horseman


For some of my very creative friends who have been savaged by those who seem to regard poetry as an academic exercise rather than creative expression.
Not In God's Name

Not In God's Name

A Poem by Moomin


Is evil ever justified?
A lesson life taught me

A lesson life taught me

A Story by Troubled Robin


Just something that I've been thinking about. What is your opinion about this topic?
No One's Perfect

No One's Perfect

A Poem by Caitlyn Lacovara


A poem from my book Strawberry Champagne, now available on amazon; https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1973341514/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF..
Stereotyped

Stereotyped

A Poem by thecheesyone


These fabrics we wear do not define us, Although they may align us into a group of judgment I refuse to acknowle..
Masquerade

Masquerade

A Poem by simba


Shards of glass lay around glistening a small sharp piece catches my eye ..

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