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  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    My laugh carefree innocent not really thinking just... passing by. "We'll stay, maybe go back, but either way, I wanna watch." So I follow Ha, ha humoring you with my incredible presence You sit down "We'll watch it all." Sure, whatever. I settle d...
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    You were my fantasy. The loyal knight in shining armor come to rescue me on your black horse. Not white. You would never do it so cliched. I learned that about you. always different, never the same. You rescued my scarf from the glacial winds. It twisted in the air writhing like a...
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    You met me on a beach. You liked my hair even though it was windswept and thought I was deep even though I was consumed with plastered prettiness and false pretenses. You taught me about the sunrise. Said it was evidence of the end to come. I didn't believe you. But I liste...
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    You're screaming at me cursing my name but all I hear is ringing. What did I do wrong? I love you. don't you love me back? A single word breaks me out of my trance. Over. that final word rings like a commandment echoing in nonexistent spaces "over." Th...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    I remember when you found me. I was huddled in my only coat, thorns scraping my face every time I moved, the blood mixing with the tears as they streamed down my skin. "Who are you?" you asked. I looked up at you in surprise, the emotion of you discovering my hideout not quite enough to ...
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    Waves roll around me crashing bobbing me along. I dive through the murky depths down to the ocean floor. I stretch my hands press them against the bottom holding on with dear life the current pulls I lose my grip grasping at the sand desperately I hit the sand hard and floa...
  • Fiction > Romance
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    "So, Rachelle, who do you like?" Hannah asked me. I tilted my head to look into my hot mug of tea, clutched tightly in my hands, avoiding the question for as long as possible. The steam flooded my eyes, veiling my apprehensive face. Outside, snow swirled, and I desperately wished I could b...
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    You crushed me. I loved you, And believed in us. I'm lost, Alone, Heartbroken. So I cry. For you For us For everything we had and lost. A single tear falls Down my face over my self over my soul. It carves a path through the anger through the resentment through the ...
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    You can rhyme, those people, pretending your a writer. You say you mean it, you say that it's all true, that your writing from your soul. You can't be. Writing isn't rhyming, it isn't the length, or the words. It's the feeling, buried beneath the surface, ...
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    She sits calmly blue eyes I can see the depth of her soul I promise to love her forever My cousin always together...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I stumble along the road, not even bothering to scoop up the snow my cane catches. People openly laugh at me, but I don't care. At least, that's what I say. My cane frequently taps someone's foot, sometimes hard, sometimes soft, but either way, it hits them. Curses fly at me through...
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    When I was only 4 years old, I rode a tilt-a-whirl at the cheap amusement park near my neighborhood. As a 4 year old, the high walls, the shrieking people, it was all too scary to me. I regretted following my father onto the ride, trailing him like a sad puppy. He thought this experience would help ...
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    Oh, how I wished I could fly. I was sitting on the end of a salt-stained pier, my legs dangling above the choppy waters. Voices swirled around me, but I tuned them out. I was concentrating on the sea and the sky. When I sit here like this, below a brilliant sun, my thoughts always turn to the sky....

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