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Me Or We

Me Or We

A Poem by Karen Redburn


More ramblings, comments and reviews welcome.
Love Lost

Love Lost

A Poem by Ella


A poem about a girl who lost her chance at love
Monster

Monster

A Poem by QueenofScarlet


Some of us were made monsters.
Conjurer

Conjurer

A Poem by Jes' Pi


Conjurer, The still heart-beast, A key, For she beated to be beated, Bled to bleed, Dying to die.
Three Friends

Three Friends

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery ballad, based on three plush animals that reside on my bed. It's intended to resemble traditional nursery rhymes.
Sky

Sky

A Poem by Trashbird


Breathe
Firestorm Love

Firestorm Love

A Poem by Ashlynn


In a tundra far from dreams, Snowing fragments of hope, A blizzard descends upon me, Without you I cannot cope. With a pyro kiss from your infer..
Eternal Dark

Eternal Dark

A Poem by Ashlynn


A heavenly luminous light, Shined rays upon his life, Bursting from her angel eyes, Until the reign of endless night. Memories decay in a gravey..
A Balcony View

A Balcony View

A Poem by Madeleine Celeste


Ever heard of a metaphor? This is like that, only more depressing.
 A Small Light surrounded by a World of Darkness

A Small Light surrounded by a World of Darkness

A Poem by LyricalNights


A poem that combines dark elements with imagery.
Planned coincidence

Planned coincidence

A Poem by Yahallo


A one-sided fantasy.
The Chimney Lad

The Chimney Lad

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery rhyme about the 18th Century, illustrating the poverty of the time, written in the style of the time.
The Oyster Girl

The Oyster Girl

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery rhyme about the 18th Century, illustrating the poverty of the time, written in the style of the time.
Shellfish

Shellfish

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery rhyme about the 18th Century, illustrating the culture of the time, written in the style of the time.
Sing For My Supper

Sing For My Supper

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery rhyme about the 18th Century, illustrating the poverty of the time, written in the style of the time.
Boiled Dinner

Boiled Dinner

A Poem by Debbie Barry


A new nursery rhyme about the 18th Century, illustrating the poverty and food of the time, written in the style of the time.
Veil

Veil

A Poem by YouoweYoupay


Calm your soul..
SAY GOODBYE

SAY GOODBYE

A Poem by Sylvia Chika


I don’t want to say goodbye But I have to say goodbye I see you slipping away Fading away As this illness pulls you closer Into i..
Old Dormant Tree

Old Dormant Tree

A Poem by Karen Redburn


Comments and suggestions welcome.