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My Letter to Your Toes

My Letter to Your Toes

A Poem by Natasha Ashway


A blessing.
Legend of the golden Aurum bird

Legend of the golden Aurum bird

A Poem by MattWheatus


Snappy poem about a legendary Aurum bird who sang in jewels
The Black Carpet.

The Black Carpet.

A Poem by Leah Everett


A poem about the War, and people who should be known worldwide, and treated with respect, but are not.
Life is like a crystal ball of fortune

Life is like a crystal ball of fortune

A Poem by Kazeronnie Mak


Never doubt of your talents, all you wait for is just a right opportunity. Then, you can can fly high up to where you belong.......
Mère

Mère

A Poem by Cheavel DeLuna


Putmy faith in tarot. But can mere vellum, savemy life. Gaveeverythingto astrology. Butmy stars are feeting, keep falling out of sight. Look..
A very ill-tempered woman

A very ill-tempered woman

A Story by Kazeronnie Mak


Why should we get rage always ? Why should we get rage with someone or something always ? When we do, we also chastise ourselves at the same time ! ..
Fortune

Fortune

A Poem by Sara Mima


If you follow me, I'll show you a world that you can't unsee.Where magic is rotten and flowers live and wilt; a land filled with ignorant, blissful fi..
The Question - Chapter 1

The Question - Chapter 1

A Chapter by Kelli Rene


The worst part about being me is that I only tell the truth.
The Blue Mind

The Blue Mind

A Book by Kelli Rene


A high school dropout turned fortune teller struggles to overcome her OCD demons in an attempt to help a young killer who doesn’t want to kill a..
Fortune Teller

Fortune Teller

A Poem by Heather Clayton


Sparkle dust on my handsGlitter in my eyesLiving on the desert sandsliving with the wiseAtapestryis hangingin the little room I shareIt brings me up t..
Scarlet Misfortune And Black Fantasies

Scarlet Misfortune And Black Fantasies

A Poem by Evangeline Allyson Monroe


Fourth in my series of poems. The rest are (in order from first to third): Porcelain and Plastic, Lies Mirrors Tell Us and My New Friend.

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