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Castle In The Air

Castle In The Air

A Poem by Jen Marks


This is the first rock song I ever wrote (all the others were mainly pop or folk). I based it off Elise's scenario in my story, "You Can Call Me Crazy..
Tomorrow, I Won't...

Tomorrow, I Won't...

A Poem by Laine


Clickity Click Clickity Click Clickity Click That is the sound of my fingers On the keys of the old typewriter
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


Just like a rose that blooms yet withers away; we are here to live but not here to stay. We need to learn to love, forget how to hate; and free oursel..
Undying Tomorrow

Undying Tomorrow

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


An undying tomorrow; friends of sorrow; lay to rest; on the night of morrow. Mark of raw; torments and flaw; lives on forever; with silence of maw.
Loneliness

Loneliness

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


Alone with time left still, afraid to dream, for it can kill. Your shadow's your only friend, and everything else so hard to comprehend.
Tomorrow's already gone

Tomorrow's already gone

A Poem by Evangeline


(C) 2010
Before Light

Before Light

A Poem by Angela Bininger


Life has dark moments, however, it always when we want to give up the most that the light is about to shine.
Serafa's Teaser

Serafa's Teaser

A Chapter by Katreya


A pivotal point in Serafa's life is brought to light as she discovers that full powers of an adult Angel, but while the Cherubim's wings remain white,..
Tomorrow

Tomorrow

A Poem by D S Rollins


Is tomorrow really a day away?
Day By Day

Day By Day

A Poem by storiestotell


what will happen next?
Tomorrow is a Ghost of Yesterdays Broken Heart

Tomorrow is a Ghost of Yesterdays Broken Heart

A Poem by Sweet & Tender Hooligan


The whole world drags us down and haunts us all.
Time After Time

Time After Time

A Poem by storiestotell


Where is time going?
Warriors Lament

Warriors Lament

A Poem by Easy


This one is pretty much self-explanatory.
Tomorrow

Tomorrow

A Poem by Jonny The Savage


The clouds are beginning to alignIn a dark gray, rumbling tumult;A tempest shall soon be here.The masses ignore the heavens,Their God tells them of no..
But Ye Ol' Broken Clock

But Ye Ol' Broken Clock

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


Will there be tomorrow, Whether it be sorrow, With anger, famine and floods? But ye ol' broken clock, Sound of silence, not tick nor tock, Echo the cr..

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