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Who  ?

Who ?

A Poem by Luna


Who will carry the burden of being my friend? Who will have the burden of me calling them every night trying to help me fight myself? Who..
Abuse, adultery and alcohol

Abuse, adultery and alcohol

A Poem by anonymous


You have replaced me with a half empty bottleIt rests in your lapwhere I used to lie.As you slouch at the edge of your bed,Your fingernails dig into y..
Catharsis at length

Catharsis at length

A Poem by Isiah Holmes


I was sitting in a high school class ungodly depressed and desperate for some relief. So I wrote this poem and didn't stop writing until some of the p..
Reading

Reading

A Poem by Scarlet Rose


The human's ability to become discontent with every pleasure, the desire of a place to escape that's never enough.
The Neighbor

The Neighbor

A Poem by kncla


The bittersweet reality of happiness We struggle to recognize it Because what stands out in the dar..
Paper Walls and Concrete Bridges.

Paper Walls and Concrete Bridges.

A Book by Queen Apocalypse


Perfect girl. Cheerleader, straight A's, artistic. Life was going for you, right? Right?! You're a perfect girl, so of course it is. But then again, w..
Her Lament

Her Lament

A Poem by Cait


I had to experience her death. I couldn't write it any other way than that of a poem.
Ali Anymore

Ali Anymore

A Poem by Isiah Holmes


My attempts at getting over an ex
There's this boy

There's this boy

A Poem by Katrina Estep


There is this boy,he lights up my day,but now,he has gone ways,he promised he'd stay,he promised he loved me,but all of that changed,a girl,she change..
A broken heart

A broken heart

A Poem by David P Carroll


A broken heart cannot take no more
Saddness

Saddness

A Poem by David P Carroll


Saddened by death
Living in this World

Living in this World

A Poem by The Disconsolate Muse


A poem about how society is degrading and beats into us what is right and true, with it being anything but about you.
One more time

One more time

A Chapter by Izzyfiredragon


The Lady (with a capital letter, as She often pointed out) pushed the metal, heavyweight door that guarded the space between dimensions into The-Man-W..
That Time on the Porch

That Time on the Porch

A Poem by Tate Viviano


Written for a friend that is no longer my friend.