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  • Poetry > All Poetry
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    Death is sweet With the honey on the tongues Of the pale. But it is selfish, And keeps the treats to itself. And in return for such stolen gifts, We are taken with no warning Disturbing our peaceful yearning Our breath still warm On the frosted window, Our steps still echoing In the cold,...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    “Go,” they said, “Live your life.” But they handed me a knife. What was I supposed to do? After the darkness, It was always new. So I woke up and took my dreams And of course I reached for the extremes I filled my castle With grief and battle And blood and wine They felt so intert...
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    I look But I don’t see The girl you might. The hair, the eyes They’re only by-products Of the mythical vaccines. But the mirror is broken, so No wonder you can’t see....
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    It was a book Therefore I read it. But her scars interrupted And I felt so confused. I was curious and disgusted. The curiosity came from the electricity Flowing through her brown irises. But the wet-dog sight she carried And the night black scent she showed Cautioned me to her oddity. But...
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    One strand in a million hairs One righting in a million wrongings One worry in a million cares One ache in too many longings Where do i fit, when there's so many wholes? Can I even belong, or am I just a piece? Must I belong to my worries and woes? Or be led by my passions and heart, m...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    I was sitting at the small table with my favorite book splayed in front of me. "Hi," She said. "I'm Jess." I looked up. Her words were the basics in meeting a stranger, yet the situation of the encounter was in no doubt odd. But that was not what had caught my undivided ...
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    They grabbed her, took her, and passed Her along. They washed their hands of her in the sink. They hoped she was dead, but she had just forgotten her past. They chose to ignore her; just smile and wink. But she became too much to bear, And one by one they fell. Her vengeance disrobed their c...
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    Her life she does not remember It seemed so long ago They sell her dreams, maybe memories, of December Her life she does not remember And when she finally tried, they called her a fibber And so tragically died her desire to know Her life she does not remember It seemed so long ago...
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    He is young, wild, and free She is stable, elegant, but confused She doesn't know what she wants her life to be Because he is young, wild, and free He holds her heart and she can't see To stay, to go, her heart is bruised He is young, wild, and free She is stable, elegant, but confu...
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    Your love to me was extraordinary For love is strong as death, jealousy fierce as the grave. For he loved him as he loved his own soul. But you only hate me; you do not love me. For love is strong as death, jealousy fierce as the grave. How long will you love vain words and seek after lies? ...
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    "two onions a day keeps the boys away" my mother's voice chimes down the hall and my eyes roll as i think of the girl i used to be. but i jumped that cliff many years ago and as i sailed into the clouds of my so-called "best years" i left behind ice-cream licking and...
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    The cold Envelops me, And my emotions come– The repercussion is the rain. It pours....
  • Poetry > Sonnet
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    My hear, my heart, beats true. It beats, it beats, for you. You stole my breath, left me to gasp; Oh love, oh love, it's you But the beeps, the beeps, they're fast, And this breath might be your last. The lights, they blind our eyes. After the clash, then come the lies: "D...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    He stood in front of the elderly woman, staring at her wrinkled face that resembled dark brown, cracked leather. He was still breathing hard from the run, and a thick layer of dust covered his features. He tried not to cough as the elderly woman opened her mouth. He expected her to speak first, but ...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    The Road is a tangled yet straightforward look at a post-apocalyptic world where a man and his young son are forced to wander through an ashen, desolate America. They have no one but each other to rely on as they walk on an endless road south. The book is profound, but I found most of it monoton...

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