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Mutual Dependence by BreeBree - (Friendship poetry)
Spoken word, recording in the comments.
...Remember My Words... by PrayForMe - (Broken heart poetry)
I've written alot of poems, but this one seems the most true to me. It really breaks down what people feel when their heartbroken, in my opinion. And how you want that person to remember your words of your pain, suffering, and sadness. I hope yo
Spliting hairs with a dollar bill by SilentWords - (Other poetry)
the root of all evil, or the seeds to happiness?
Mr Mediocrity by MrGrunty - (Other poetry)
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Aurora Borealis by Nick1959 - (Love poetry)
mmmm love...............
Brother by Nick1959 - (Sad poetry)
One of my earliest memories was of being put in a closet in the dark by my mother.
Night Walks by IsabelleLockhart - (Other poetry)
This piece is very different from my normal work. It is more casual and similar to a stream of consciousness. I would appreciate comments on this one please. Sorry that it is poetic prose rather than strict poetry. I hope it is still enjoyable. Thank
The Dust of Scorpions by prettyspl - (Broken heart poetry)
I guess I'm still in a state of darkness; guess I always will be (but I'm good with that)! :)
Rogue song of the Khmer by Nick1959 - (Other poetry)
for a survivor of unspeakable evil
Passport by Glassless - (Broken heart poetry)
Writing from another's perspective