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Ince St. Child

Ince St. Child

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Ince St. Childby Michael R. BurchWhen she was a child in a dark forest of fear, imagination cast its strange light into secret places, scattering ..
B***h and Two-Faced Liar

B***h and Two-Faced Liar

A Poem by Randy Johnson


I dumped my girlfriend when I learned I was being used.She decided to get revenge, I was falsely accused.She said that when she came to my house, ther..
5. Swinging in the park

5. Swinging in the park

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


REMEMBERING THE FORGOTTEN THINGS (5)
Illusive

Illusive

A Poem by Serene Star


Once there was this ideaLight in lilac whiteNo one knew if it would landSome mornings it could standWhite butterflies in danceTonight it made a homeUp..
Sin Like a Saint and Bless Like a Sinner

Sin Like a Saint and Bless Like a Sinner

A Chapter by Apocalyptic Kitty


Everybody acts like they do no harmAt the sight of the truth,We say no that's not mine that's yoursWhat a showmanshipGaslighting 101 should be a gen-e..
Our selfish interests

Our selfish interests

A Poem by msharma


Man has become too selfish with times.Portraying a true account of a child merely two years of age.
10. A Joyless Marriage

10. A Joyless Marriage

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


TALES FROM THE BOOKSHOP (10)
Rapunzel - The True Story

Rapunzel - The True Story

A Story by Earl Schumacker


Parents should not name their children after green garden edible vegetation
Thoughts scatter …

Thoughts scatter …

A Poem by sharonlee


... like dry leaves in an Autumn wind…
Destruction of humanity

Destruction of humanity

A Story by LCat80star


Simply magnifying my thoughts with: A bit of prose, a bit of narration and alot of salt all here for content.
Fragments Of Eve

Fragments Of Eve

A Poem by Zoe Richardson


Innocence in red, paying calls on rogues in white
Sometimes

Sometimes

A Poem by Tena Luvs


“Have you ever thought of when times stood still. When all you did was bask in bliss”
A girl I knew

A girl I knew

A Poem by Caitlin


there was a girl I knew of back in high school she didn’t dress for the male gaze her smile was so wide that when her lips stretched, the scho..
Trees

Trees

A Poem by Randy Johnson


In some ways, trees are better than mankind and that's the truth.You may think that is incredibly stupid but I will give you proof.Trees don't rape wo..
This World in the Eyes of Naivete

This World in the Eyes of Naivete

A Story by yuhee


The world is cruel but still it is beautiful
first love

first love

A Story by november


a little bit about my first love

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