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Scales of Love

Scales of Love

A Poem by Boi


Everyone has this time in their life.
Smolder

Smolder

A Story by CrimsonDecorum


Lea's silver eyes dulled with blood loss. Her heart beat was slower, Smolder could hear it as the once steady beat faltered. Smolder's ivy eyes blurre..
Your Face Crack

Your Face Crack

A Poem by The Dreamer


Scales, fall from my eyes, I see through your lies. Fog, clears from my head, Fleeing the words you never said. Love, shed fr..
Koi pond

Koi pond

A Poem by Angi


My first Haiku
E Nomine E Caries

E Nomine E Caries

A Poem by Steelwine


I smell you, stranger. I know you are not one of us. Why do you sneak into this place? Why do you wear our skin? I can smell through your s..
Equilibrium...

Equilibrium...

A Poem by L4rn13


Still, could we never be free from the clutches of the magician that is love?
Dragon Girl

Dragon Girl

A Story by Raccoony


A dream I had some time ago and decided to write it down to practice my story-making skills.
As the mirror shows

As the mirror shows

A Poem by Lexi


A girl's battle with anorexia and the mirror
Slither and Scale

Slither and Scale

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


They often walked in the garden, though The garden was such a mess, It was overgrown with Ivy, and Choked up with watercress, The ..
Ivaal of the Blood Red Scales

Ivaal of the Blood Red Scales

A Poem by elvenom


hint: it's a dragon.
tipped the scales

tipped the scales

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson


as it is
The Skyscraper Men

The Skyscraper Men

A Poem by E.E.Moore


free verse
Chaim Nachman Bialik translation of the Holocaust poem "On The Slaughter"

Chaim Nachman Bialik translation of the Holocaust ..

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Holocaust Poem: "On The Slaughter"by Chaim Nachman Bialikloose translation/interpretation by Michael R. BurchMerciful heavens, have pity on me!If ther..
Vera Pavlova translations of Russian Poems

Vera Pavlova translations of Russian Poems

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


Vera Pavlova: English Translations of Russian PoemsI shattered your heart;now I limp through the shardsbarefoot.―Vera Pavlova, loose translation..