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The Compensatory Force of Nemesis

The Compensatory Force of Nemesis

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


I’ve written enough small poetryto start a nuclear war.Do you want to die in trafficbehind the wheel of your car? Or in yr rodeer camp next fall..
Poor Tangerine

Poor Tangerine

A Poem by JE Falcon


This lighthearted poem is made up of a series of Limericks.
what's it for

what's it for

A Poem by LJ


a poem about assault rifles
I Saw You Walking

I Saw You Walking

A Poem by Criator


From the collection of “Bodily Observations”
One Bullet Ended It All

One Bullet Ended It All

A Poem by Randy Johnson


THIS IS A FICTIONAL POEM BUT PARENTS REALLY SHOULD KEEP THEIR GUNS OUT OF THE REACH OF THEIR CHILDREN
1. THE COTTAGE IN THE WOODS. Part 1

1. THE COTTAGE IN THE WOODS. Part 1

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


Two teenagers stumble upon a cottage seemingly trapped in a past age
THE COTTAGE IN THE WOODS Part 4

THE COTTAGE IN THE WOODS Part 4

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


The Cottage in the Woods Part 4
Roulette

Roulette

A Story by Emeka Nzerem


Mark enjoys his job as a call boy until he answers the call of a questionable customer.
Corrupt Cop

Corrupt Cop

A Poem by Poet Pittinix


This composition exposes the corruption of the police.

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