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The Darkness within “Me!”

The Darkness within “Me!”

A Poem by Jennifer Rai


Everyday a little piece of me dies and although i look happy on the outside, inside i am drowning. Heard some saddening and heart wrenching news last ..
Grave

Grave

A Poem by kris reed


A critique of modern burials (Nov. 2009)
The Icy Tomb

The Icy Tomb

A Poem by Joseph Cooper


A man who has lost his love describes visiting her tomb.
Haunting

Haunting

A Poem by Evan


This is a poem I wrote a while ago and decided to post.
Bury me

Bury me

A Poem by Pixieblue


I have been away for ages, and this is just me re entering the scene and letting everyone know im back. I wasn't really in the mood where i wanted to ..
Hands

Hands

A Poem by Sapphire_Jewel


This was very cathartic and therapeutic. I had a lot of pent up frustration and anger. This piece not only helped me put things into perspective, bu..
The Life & Death of Thirty Seven Roses

The Life & Death of Thirty Seven Roses

A Poem by Dana Alsamsam


On Saturday morning, I water the ashen graveyard. We bury corpses in the ground, but the bones will never grow. I pluck thirty seven roses from arou..
ludo

ludo

A Poem by


Fat, black and white; a friend
DEED  (Narrative)

DEED (Narrative)

A Chapter by Daisie Vergara (Dhaye)


I recall her life full of pleasure and bliss Those sweet mem’ries before I open the door Now here I bow down to give her my las..
The Final Message

The Final Message

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


He put a flint to the lantern once They’d walked across the crest, Were lost in a group of headstones that Lay hidden from the ..
The Witch of 1666

The Witch of 1666

A Book by Justin Littlefield


Born of sin, raised in a devout Catholic orphanage, beautiful, brilliant, and beguiling, Marideth Belfort is the nightmare of Colonial America.
Ditto

Ditto

A Poem by Brittany Zedalis


R.I.P. Mom. 1964-2013.
Flowers on a Grave

Flowers on a Grave

A Poem by Silly_Clumsy_Amber


A story in poetry form about death
purity (for him)

purity (for him)

A Poem by CLS


i want you to knowthe love you gavecovers like snowi'll take it to my grave
Accident

Accident

A Story by someoneweird


I cried the most when you died. After everyone left the funeral, I stayed, knelt at your newly dug grave and sobbed. I couldn't bring myself to leave ..