Tags : domestic

Defeat

Defeat

A Poem by Fallacy Pharmacy


A poem about domestic violence.
#6 Waiting

#6 Waiting

A Chapter by tynamite


The flat that the mother lived in was worse than the house that she lived in before, but it meant that she could get away from being abused, then it's..
dotting the i

dotting the i

A Poem by Jonathan Ballam


fuel-injected birds narrate the churning traffic
domestic bond

domestic bond

A Poem by lunarflesh


of the household's fresh love, and fading homes.
I'm tiny.

I'm tiny.

A Poem by bookworm47


Half rap, half poem, it's a bit weird, but please review!
I wish...

I wish...

A Poem by kayla


about my ex-boyfriend and i
The Day Mufasa Died

The Day Mufasa Died

A Poem by Beck


A young wife deals with domestic abuse.
For You

For You

A Poem by Sanity


I wrote this for an event a friend of mine was hosting a little while ago about domestic violence.
Lightfoot Circuit

Lightfoot Circuit

A Book by tynamite


Mike's wife isn't happy with him all week. Can Mike make the domestic right?
Let it be

Let it be

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


What does it mean to free one’s mind? To truly let it go, no more burdens, thoughts unclear, finally free to grow. How we limi..
The Gift of Thought.

The Gift of Thought.

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


Bestow unto me, what you will. The gift shall be reversed. I shall remain grounded and still. Blindness of self, a curse. Life's a dance..
Poetry

Poetry

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


So lovely to write,of my minds captive thoughts. Birthing life into them, that shall never stop! Heart beats echo,as the pin glides each wor..
Humble and Strong

Humble and Strong

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


Dedicated to my humble angle, Paul.
A magical World

A magical World

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


Under the oak tree,where my mind glides far from me. I envision a world, pure of heart but not mistake free. I see all the colors magnificen..
Eyes Wide Open

Eyes Wide Open

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


A story of a prostitute who found love
This is who I am

This is who I am

A Poem by Kimberly "Melody" Carney


A very brief run down of my thought process of ME.

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