Just some poetry.
It was the last thing she had left to do for her mother, to finally clear out her mother's bedroom. Her meek, shrewish, little mother had deadly recently, died like she had lived, quietly. Now, in this complete short story, a woman sorts through t...
A small and random collection of some of the poetry that I've accidentally spun. I'm not a poet, not that I know of, but sometimes, they catch you off guard, emotionally, or, have a story to tell, but not in prose.
The 6th January is Take a Poet to Lunch Day. What would happened if you took an intense poet to lunch? This story is about one such disasterous lunch.
Just telling you now:NOT FOR KIDS AND NOT ENCOURAGING SELF HARM.a little dark...I needed to vent.
a collection of daily written poetry, prose, and short stories about daily struggles
A short poem about the detriments of man
The thorn-bedded memories never left,
forget, forget, forget,
keep the family secret.
Beware the words
of mocking birds
Poems and prose about the author's growing pains, daily thoughts, wishes, stories she makes up in her head, and conversations never initiated.
Recently edited and improved.
images through poems
An on-going haiku anthology.
A short poem about running.
A collection of poems by Natalie, written from the heart with feelings from the soul.
A collection of spoken word poetry about love, hate, life and mostly importantly; death.
Poems, all mine to share.
Each one of us is one long—or short—poem. Some lines we write, and some lines we don't. This collection contains snippets from mine.
Original poetry by Rachel Yong
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Poems/quotes, most written by me, L.C
A collection of poems and excerpts that start from a happy side and ends on a sad note.
Since she was young, Raleas looked up to her father and was in contempt of her mother. And dreamed and obsessively practiced to become a sniper.
But then her mother died and now Raleas is beginning to reevaluate everything she stands for.