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Mr. Flowers

Mr. Flowers

A Poem by BadlyBruisedMuse


What a wierdo...
no longer blind

no longer blind

A Poem by untoldtruth


I walk down the halls...
puerile

puerile

A Chapter by freelancejouster


climbing up, and up, oblivious to those who ask her why she's standing on chairs instead of sitting in them. ignoring those who brin..
Epiphany

Epiphany

A Poem by Zee Noir


Good Riddance.
Oblivious

Oblivious

A Poem by Tara


Overlooking the Truth
Oblivious

Oblivious

A Story by Omar


Imagine a man who has never known death.
Blur

Blur

A Poem by Emily


The world races by,Oblivious to its inhabitants,Oblivious to me.I rest my head against the cool glass of the train car window,dizzied by the jarring r..
You

You

A Poem by Mason Rayburn


I've been told this is a tough read. Lack of flow or something. Chalk it up as another expressive writing.
Incompatible

Incompatible

A Poem by LETitBeKnown


Behind frames and still blind Moving in to smotherGagging at all thoughts but one And too afraid to kill The air perfumed, it's death Clinging to a ..
Numbers

Numbers

A Poem by Stephie Benito


They say when you fall in love That time stops. So I sat in your car and Watched the minutes tick by, ..
Whispers and Pandemonium

Whispers and Pandemonium

A Book by JoshalynSt.Thomas


Once upon a time there was a girl named Avis Blue. She had the world handed other on a silver platter, but it didn't seem to be enough. It's not what ..
Oblivious Avenger

Oblivious Avenger

A Poem by Trish Destiny


A poem regarding to a pathetic person i knew.
It Wasn't Love

It Wasn't Love

A Story by Sauran


Tragic, wistful, a little hopeful. What makes love? What keeps it? A story of two people that hold on through each other. Maybe they aren't in lov..
scars

scars

A Poem by Oliver Urban


These words stay with you like battle scars.
No Care in the World

No Care in the World

A Poem by Gerry Legister


When we are a sleep we have not a care in the world
Worry of a Forgotten Mother, Lover, and Other

Worry of a Forgotten Mother, Lover, and Other

A Poem by Candace of Meroe


The speaker concerns herself with time flying by and relationships shifting.

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