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I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

A Poem by abrose


A glance inside my mind, at my most upset
Twenty-year hangover

Twenty-year hangover

A Poem by wilting.auburn.roses


My childhood leaks out of my starboard eye Dripping against my feigned indifference As the left eye watches you persistently Drill holes i..
Dark Summer

Dark Summer

A Poem by Sean J.D


Dark SummerDark summer nightsMorning lights4:00 a.m. on the clockSlink upStairs of woodThere you were satHung like an animalCigarette in handMisery on..
Growing Pains

Growing Pains

A Poem by Moomin


About the sadness of growing up too soon
Divorce

Divorce

A Poem by Janelle


I'm caught abreastWith sorrow, seepingfrom my chestAnd no cop nor couchNor alimony checkCan keep deceivingMe from what was ruinedA picture perfect fam..
Candles: 1962

Candles: 1962

A Story by S. Elizabeth


Some harsh realities in this world are often overlooked. Based on a true story, this brief moment in 1962 reveals the horrors of a twelve-year-old gir..
The Baby Monitor.

The Baby Monitor.

A Story by DiamondJournalist


High school idiots play horrible jokes on parents to be, but will their karma catch up with them?
Mustang Sally

Mustang Sally

A Story by R.Guy Barringer


A self abusive teen and his fantasy car.
Wet Rainy Day

Wet Rainy Day

A Poem by Billy


Short poem about my first Living memory
Just an urge to let it go

Just an urge to let it go

A Story by chase123


I came to a point where I needed to vent. I dont like to talk about things so I figured writing would help. This is the first of many works.
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

A Poem by Forever_Jazmin


A poem I wrote in class. I was deepened with emotions regarding my parents. I started to let it all out on paper, and this is what came of it. Unfinis..
1. A HELPING HAND

1. A HELPING HAND

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


Introducing the strange parentage of Janie Cobweb.
Why don't we love our parents?

Why don't we love our parents?

A Story by dev choudhary


She asked me,"Devesh, I have one question. The question is that everyone says that no one forgets their first love but they forget their parents. So m..
Winter-Sweet

Winter-Sweet

A Poem by Robert Ray


Whistle, my buffy brown bird, something winter-sweet, Maybe “whit-chew whit-chew” or “cheer cheer cheer?” From behind ..
She's the one

She's the one

A Story by Ian A


How do you know if she's "the one"? This short sad love story is about a young adult finally bringing home "the one" to his parents unfortunately ..
After 10 years...

After 10 years...

A Poem by dev choudhary


Poem..2She saw me,I looked at her.....She ignored mebecause of my ignorance......She came near to me,I went near to her......She touched my hand,It lo..
Love Was...

Love Was...

A Story by Briana Kile


The struggle of a child born to drug addicted parents. **Trigger Warning: Mention Of Child Abuse**