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Death

Death

A Poem by imagination101


A short poem about feelings of death!
Sergio - Chapter Five

Sergio - Chapter Five

A Chapter by Miss CB


Sergio learns how to use instant messaging...
I'll see you in 5000 miles

I'll see you in 5000 miles

A Poem by Kandy Kitt


stuff that's been on my mind, my last week has been the hardest week of my life.
Cruise and You're Forgetting

Cruise and You're Forgetting

A Poem by Mike Goodwin


I'm hot, you're cold. You go around, like you know, who I am, but you don't. You got me on my toes.
Ready to live

Ready to live

A Poem by Rudi J.P. Lejaeghere


We cannot put off living until we are ready. Jose Ortega y Gasset
A sudden visit...!!

A sudden visit...!!

A Story by Criss ;)


This's about my real life, it came from my real life, since i was visitin' towards an unknown place, i felt bad n figured that place as a hell to me.
I've been thinking about calling you

I've been thinking about calling you

A Poem by Stoop Kid


and it's a thought I've entertained, becausethere's something intangible about the wayyou let my name slip from your mouth,and if I could hear you s..
Little Girl

Little Girl

A Poem by Rose Black


Little girl, She held my hand. One, two, three fingers Wrapped around my thumb One more and you’re safe.
To long for death

To long for death

A Poem by Just Shlomo


A poem that courts the idea of being ready to die, without seeking death.
Broken

Broken

A Poem by Missy


Her eyes were closed,peaceful and calm,Her lips were sealed,in a slight frown,Her tiny hands, in fists,gentle and relaxed,Her heart in an open frame,r..
This world.

This world.

A Poem by Limitality


The very thought is intriguing, the only one I am foreseeing...
Ready

Ready

A Poem by Rana Adalwolfa Simon


I'm a big fan of haiku. I hope to share more of these. This one is a little silly, a day the creative juices didn't want to flow.
For you

For you

A Poem by SavyNess


Ready is an understatement
Goodbye

Goodbye

A Story by Kali Ellen


A starry eyed girl and a boy who wasn't ready to love.
Laundry

Laundry

A Poem by jade sonder


speaks for itself

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