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The Nose

The Nose

A Poem by Gary McDonald


Why do men never speak of the noseI ask myself, as she does smilea slender slither of the smoothest skinthat secludes the eye and shadows the smilethe..
One Class Society

One Class Society

A Poem by JenLyn


Delay the hate till it dissipates. Love something as long as it takes. Speak even if your voice shakes. Don't suppress your abili..
The Words Unspoken

The Words Unspoken

A Poem by tuesday nobody


There's a lot in the words left unsaid.
Yeah You're That Ignorant

Yeah You're That Ignorant

A Poem by JenLyn


You're so ignorant.Do you hear the words you speak?You'd be smarter dead.
The Thoughts and Theories of the Not-So-Average: A Book For Teens

The Thoughts and Theories of the Not-So-Average: A..

A Book by Ms. Starr


summed up: a series of short writings that reflect the unsure, passionate, and generally unspoken side of teens. witty, tormented, pointless and not r..
Tangled Heart

Tangled Heart

A Poem by ebonpinion


This poem was inspired from a drawing I made of a heart tangled in spider webs. The drawing was inspired by Silverchair's "Black Tangled Heart".
Exodus

Exodus

A Poem by It Broke Me


What do you want?
The Mask Speaks

The Mask Speaks

A Poem by nevershoutnever.


Speaking helps...
Pandora

Pandora

A Poem by KJ Heier


How many times do we say something and immediately wish we hadn't?
The Eternal Internal Struggle

The Eternal Internal Struggle

A Poem by Jock Engelman


(original upload found here: http://truml.com/profile/poetry-detail/96884 )
Words Unsaid

Words Unsaid

A Poem by PoeticFury


I am locked in my mind. With words that I could never speak. Either I was to young or it was not the right time. I have been strapped in this s..
Cold And Dark Days

Cold And Dark Days

A Poem by EternityWolf101


Just a little quote I thought up of. Yes, it does belong to me.
Speak Up

Speak Up

A Story by Yari Garcia (Older Profil..


Bailey is painfully shy. "Huh?" is the word she hears most often. But today she must make the choice of speaking up for the first time.

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