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  • Poetry > All Poetry
    A cold night alone can only bring you back The lifeless love we shared is dead Go home and think of what you've done The blood drips down your needle and thread The splatters on the wall haunt me to no end Torn through muscle, just sickened with grief I can never look at you as a friend The...
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    This town is quicksand And I'm falling fast. I made the one mistake I knew not to miss, But I can't stay still; I'm running-we're running-fast. This distance put between us Makes it so much worse when I know I'm killing you. You're all that's left of Such a crippled life. Stop me whi...
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    When all along it was me who changed, I never knew I could be this way. Now I know that it is true, Morning now waits for the new day. When all I want is to live for you, I always knew it would end like this. Now I see that I will be Trapped in twilight with a kiss. When all I know is a shro...
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    Your hair has grown longer And your heart is just too far away. All of this seems familiar again, Like the feeling I get when I walk through the town that was mine. If you give me a tree, I would climb it to be The ripest fruit of any branch. My life would be yours, Forever in one embra...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I won't be taken; I've given myself all to you. Time heals all wounds, But I feel just way too numb. I need to have a better way- Broken home, I feel so alone. Till I die, I won't be known Unless I take away these lies. I need to have a better way- Broken knees, I know He's there. Tak...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    A cold night alone can only bring you back The lifeless love we shared is dead Go home and think of what you've done The blood drips down your needle and thread The splatters on the wall haunt me to no end Torn through muscle, just sickened with grief I can never look at you as a friend The...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I went to paper today, But had nothing to tell. Always my pen can sing sweet words To a reader and his mind's labyrinth, But the words are lost today Like whiskers down the drain. My pen does not sing the rocks in my head; The quiet becomes disturbing. However, once the whiskers are ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I won't be taken; I've given myself all to you. Time heals all wounds, But I feel just way too numb. I need to have a better way- Broken home, I feel so alone. Till I die, I won't be known Unless I take away these lies. I need to have a better way- Broken knees, I know He's there. Tak...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Although I bid farewell, the furies still swell. You, in my heart where my soul does dwell shall there dwell. It's all so like me now, but will be more, When both are just ghosts, an apparition, no more. Tattered, I will return with my hands torn From the ragged oars here taken me mourn. My fa...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I'm so sick of poems About heartbreak and tears. Write about something happy. I don't want to hear about the fears That put scars on her wrists. I want to read something amazing, Something funny, and very pleasing. I must admit I'm guilty too, But I'm changing, so should you. I've put every...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
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  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Him... He walks the nights alone with hair as thin as thread, sewing a blanket of lies. And skin as pale as a moth, fluttering by the light of hate. His eyes reveal his depression that only he understands. Lips are dry and cracked, as much as the desert of human sanity. Clothes as ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    How long will you hide behind Your so simple facade? Nobody knows what to think of you, Just a shattered porcelain doll. You let your eyes, circled in black, Be shallow graves for all who pass. How long will you resist to try? Unbeknownst to you, my life is fine. Suicide flashes through ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    You don’t need to know me To know me. All you need to do Is read my words, Because the answer Is hidden in the ink....
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I can hear it in your voice: Your worry, your fears. You only know what's real When you are bleeding. In safety, you are fake, Just a captive of dreams....
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    The morgue! The morgue! Pulsing through me, pulsing through you. The twisted intoxication, the thrill, Sailing through you. The body! The body! Dissect the victim, exhume the venom, The history as you know it has changed. Erase it from the books. The blood! The blood! Spilling on the fl...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Bea (snow fla kes) uti ful Lo (fa ll ing) neli ness...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Here I am, I roam these streets. I close my eyes and see Visions of children playing, But they are just ghosts Of a life I used to have. Here I am, I owned these streets. Life was better then, but The times have gotten hard and The life I wanted then seems like Just a dream in a dream-ca...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    You were all I could have wanted, But you wronged me In such the worst way. I gave you my love, girl, But you abused it By playing games with me. Now I play General against an armada. Storming to my beaches, They fire with their fury. You scarred my own grandeur Like all the famous m...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    The hot and heavy air of summer Is slipping away with the leaves. The gentle rain caresses the ground, Parched from the summer sun. The birds' song disappears. The flowers become dull and faded As the summer sky turns to gray. The color is replaced by the tones Of the fragile leaves, curli...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    By fire, by ice, By tong, by anvil, By the light of her eyes, By the darkness of the earth: The struggles I endured Are painless to our divide. Under the fire of the sun I become enslaved To the rocks that fall quickly, To the scars that call my name: The history told by you Breathes...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    I'm lying in bed awake, Restless and scared. I turn on my light And begin to cry. The girl that I love Cannot trust me. She knows what I've done- Cheated and lied. I look up at my wall, Tears in my eyes, And I see a dream-catcher, Woven so tightly. Within the spiral on My wall, ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    These hands are growing old, They're running out of time. My skin gets cold Without my sense of rhyme. Wrinkles grow to my forehead, A hunch grows in my back. I lay here in my bed And think of what it is I lack. My words aren't accepted. What is it that I need? None will be excepted, ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Give me my bride in this orchard bright, And take not the scene of no delight. Take me to my father's grave, And give me not his handsome slave. We dance in these flowers falling, Just as all my life I've been calling. Look into her soft-skinned face, You will fall into love with grace. ...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Bea (sno fla kes) uti ful Lo (fa ll ing) neli ness...

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