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11:11

11:11

A Poem by Toribird


So i wrote this at 11:11 and it kinda fits my dreaming/wishing self.
Tempus

Tempus

A Poem by Nathan Thompson


This is a poem about Time. Keep it. Save it. Spend it. Use it. Don't waste it
Allow Me A Minute

Allow Me A Minute

A Poem by Thanatos96


Allow me just one more minute, and I'll tell you all you need to know
Poem 7.   Love Me

Poem 7. Love Me

A Chapter by Dhaye


You must love me completely
Every day...!!

Every day...!!

A Chapter by Criss ;)


It's a short one, but has contained depth if you read from inner.
without you

without you

A Poem by Rahul


I can't live without you you, there's no existence of my life without you.
Zebra Costumes and Baby Pools

Zebra Costumes and Baby Pools

A Story by The Wanderer


An embarrassed teen makes a phone call to his parents and explains the aftermath of the wild night he had while they were out of town. Written as an e..
Values

Values

A Poem by gabiaimee


The inability of the human mind to even comprehend mortality and the value of time.
No cows to look at

No cows to look at

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


No cows to look atI hear the truck trafficEverything changes like cloudsThe page this poem is on burnsComing from the funeral with friendsTalking on t..
She Saw Them Going At It

She Saw Them Going At It

A Poem by Ohioman


A woman see what her two friends are doing and wants to join them in this minute poem.
The Weight of Time

The Weight of Time

A Poem by Syncho


A short poem about time having a weight to it. The heavier your mound, the more memories you will have.
Sam's Gift For Me

Sam's Gift For Me

A Poem by Ohioman


The author of this minute poem lets us know what his ladylove was able to give him for Christmas.
For Some Hot Sin

For Some Hot Sin

A Poem by Ohioman


The author of this minute poem explains what happened between him and his girlfriend.
At This Rad Party

At This Rad Party

A Poem by Ohioman


A guy spots his girlfriend having sex with another guy at a party in this minute poem.
Present Moment

Present Moment

A Poem by Celie Rose


one day at a time.

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