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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    They have no notion of the oceans they leave behind all the bone shattering gales confined within these men that strive to prove themselves the men that try to improve themselves to be the one that delves farther into themselves than anyone else just to prove a point They lay down a blanket o...
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    You don’t get to be perfect. You don’t get to make me feel like I have everything right before it’s gone. You don’t get to take away everything that I’ve held on to, everything I’ve made stay. You don’t get to say that it’ll all be ok. You don’t get to make promises that you...
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    Scandal. It burned the lips of every speaking person that day. Surely nothing like this happens in real life? Surely not to people like them… This is America… right? The regular t.v shows were temporarily canceled as breaking news reports kept the disbelieving citizens as updated as was allowed....
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    High expectations every decision, every want we find ourselves hoping against hope to repress. They corner the heart and isolate it from the mind, so as to terrify us into sublimation. They drug you with the intoxicating vapors of misinterpretation, and lead you to the alley of all you fear,...
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    Why am I crying Be these tears my own Under this window I am lying The stars and I alone A single beam to catch my eye Writing nothing though I try My mind abuzz with nothing My soul with questions overflow An abundance of touching Reaching out for the know So trying with all I am My word...
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    Why love? Why this insane notion we let distort us? Why let it drive our minds to the end of the world and back again. Only to change cars. Why this exhausting journey, why search? Why under and over it all do we look. Why is the treachery excepted with open arms? Why the tide seems to ...
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    Fingers pointing name dropping half-shouted lies self-protecting ever hiding stifled in their sleep dark room judging eyes praying hands beg unheard voices no free choices it's all decided doom block of wood swinging metal a shock of red blood one last word t...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    A narrow dirt path wound endlessly around the towering trees of the forest Wood, named after the founder of Woodville, Dr. Eliza Wood. A man stood at the edge of the small town, fighting like a dog on his hind legs to stay on his tip-toes. Then, failing to maintain the balance of his stance, he did ...
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    We have a need in our nation, A need for elevation. We need people to stand up, And less things to interrupt, We need people to take charge Of our country at large, Someone we need not ask Who’ll be glad to accept the task. And where can we find This leader we see in our mind? Where is t...
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    Cursed is the life of a writer Who lives with a fear of tomorrow. Like a closed ring fighter, Begging for five more minutes to borrow. The threat of schedule markings pressing down The closing door of imagination trapping them. Floating in their heads, adjectives and nouns With each blank...
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    There is a time of year When the spirits come out to play, Let loose from their constant lair. Their ghoulish acts are patiently at bay. They long for little children, Their chilling arms waiting to seize. It appears to be illusion, They way they move with each and every breeze. There are my...
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    The muggy stream of conscience Drifts leisurely through our minds. Barely breaching acquaintance, Our existences are blind. Through clichés of who and why Within the chorus line we hide. Away from uniqueness we shy, And from individuality we resign. Our expressions are identical To each th...
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    With stomachs twisted sourly A boy and a girl Were sitting quite awkwardly That boy and that girl Their mouths creaked open and shut Without a peep or a tweet They glanced at each other but turned away and quietly shuffled their feet The silence it grew the boy and girl caught Their minds...
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    The room glimmered with the light of the chandelier. I sipped my wine and watched as lords and ladies twirled in blurs of royal blue and purple. Tonight is my sixteenth birthday and according to law I must be married before I turn eighteen or I can't be queen. My father, the king, was worrie...
  • Poetry > Song Lyrics
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    Watching and waiting stuck here behind these walls you come and call out to me i cry and shout out for you falling behind here losing someone dear finding myself through pain savoring dancing in the rain there's one life one chance one shot to make it happen there's no time n...
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    Some days she cries, Some days she lies, But always she’s hiding something behind those eyes. She hears your words, She feels the sting, She’ll smile sadly at the hurt you bring. She is a pigeon in a world made of colors, Trying to find a relief, an escape from her horrors. She’s run...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Rena layed face down on her bed. Her wrenching sobs shaking her fragile body as she furiously hung to her pillow. “WHY?!” She screamed over and over but it didn't seem to help. “Why me? Oh God, Why me?!” A pound came at the door and soon her father stood in front of her holding a duffel...

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