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Untruthful Alliance

Untruthful Alliance

A Poem by YouoweYoupay


Until it is undone, my poetry shall sing..
Swan

Swan

A Poem by Faith


Written as an AP English assignment, inspired by a painting by Andrew Atroshenko.
A Story

A Story

A Story by Faith


I like doing snapshot descriptions like this, with the implication of a story but no explanation of it. I find it can be poignant in a different way f..
April's Curse

April's Curse

A Poem by Naomi Bloom


Negative spring/April poem. An expansion on T.S. Eliot's famous quotation, "April is the cruelest month" from The Waste Land.
Decomposing Canopy

Decomposing Canopy

A Poem by Ohhhwillow


1112/4/13 This was written to represent an idea I continue to have about beauty. I see it in everything. On broken bones and petals, on floorboards an..
Insecurities

Insecurities

A Poem by Fate Serenity


It's how I usually feel when a girl is described by someone else in a perfect way.
Cabin Stick Figure Heart Gem

Cabin Stick Figure Heart Gem

A Poem by Fiore! :D


VERSE ONE: Stepped out the dark Tripped over my heart As I wandered after you As we both know The world was covered in snow But the sky was f..
Jeanis

Jeanis

A Story by CutieKitty


Ugly. Terrifying. Gruesome. That's what everyone thinks she's like. Pretty? Not at all. She's all alone. Waiting... for a friend, perhaps?
Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis

A Poem by Rudi J.P. Lejaeghere


A story only matters, I suspect, to the extent that the people in the story change. Neil Gaiman
Searching For Beauty

Searching For Beauty

A Story by s


The conflict between the beautiful and the ugly rages on. And I, as always, am misplaced in the background somewhere. God only knows where it i..
Fool!

Fool!

A Poem by E.I. Scott


To be me
A Flower; Another Name

A Flower; Another Name

A Poem by C. Peril


Tossed upon the Earth,we grew, as weeds growAt the expense of something;to the detriment of somethingAnd whatever beautywe did produce, it wasquite re..
8. THE HERB GARDEN

8. THE HERB GARDEN

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


There is news that an army is on the march, Northwards.