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The Dancer And The Violin

The Dancer And The Violin

A Poem by Kasey Jones


I wrote this last year for a school project but it's one of the few poems that I actually am somewhat satisfied with and enjoyed writing.
Once another plush grove.

Once another plush grove.

A Poem by 7ue


inspired by 'Instruction Manual For Loving A Pearl~'
What if?

What if?

A Poem by Kayo


It's about a girl who wonders in those last precious moments before the water claims her life what she could have done, what life she could have lived..
Misery.

Misery.

A Poem by Kayo


I'm not quite sure what this one is about, actually... Enjoy?
The Autobiography of Katherine Bradwell

The Autobiography of Katherine Bradwell

A Story by katherinebradwell


See the title. Also, I guess I should warn for swearing or something. As in, a lot of it.
(untitled; subject to change)

(untitled; subject to change)

A Book by Jack "DO NOT USE" Young


He could have been a powerful, heroic political prodigy. in turn, he's a homeless bitter b*****d.
Gods mistake

Gods mistake

A Poem by Viper Phoenix


Forgiveness is not safeForgetfulness is the key to sanity, not clarityWhat rings like a bell is clear The sick thuds under the damper of lies to..
Simple Mud

Simple Mud

A Poem by Viper Phoenix


Many men invaded your lifeLike showers of falling frozen stone on fire;Mediocre meteorites for you to wish uponCurses to them that come aroundNothing ..
Grass Too Tall

Grass Too Tall

A Poem by Viper Phoenix


There are posersThen there are composersHere's a bearded man with rosesWho waits for youTill the grass is too tall to mowHow many liesWill you tell me..
Smooth Velvet

Smooth Velvet

A Story by Duvessa.


This is just a story at a point in time in someones life that you got to peak into without having to suffer the consequences of being a witness or tir..
This cold night

This cold night

A Poem by Charles Konsor


just a cold (and lonely) night where too many things arise in my brain.
The Last Sunrise.

The Last Sunrise.

A Poem by CedricN


A delightful little romp through a garden full of weeds and vipers, so fasten your seat-belt and try not to bite your tongue off.
Here For You

Here For You

A Poem by Dylan Jacques-Fero


A small poem, from and for, who you care about.

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