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Paper Spider, Poison Pen by prettyspl - (Dark poetry)
I'm terrified of spiders but sometimes loving someone can be just as scary
When is Daddy Coming Home by Brandon - (Sad poetry)
A man committed suicide and didn't stop and think about what he was doing to his 5yo daughter that loves him with all of her heart.
Spliting hairs with a dollar bill by SilentWords - (Other poetry)
the root of all evil, or the seeds to happiness?
The Night Within by Atavist - (Dark poetry)
The sun makes us cast something resembling our form without the same restrictions.Our own piece of night may not be as much of ourselves as we would think.
Trigger Warning by EMSO - (Other poetry)
The poem is about trigger warnings, with a personal example. Vague reference to SI. Nothing graphic, I promise.
Golden Vibrations of Silence by prettyspl - (Other poetry)
Just thinking out loud...
untitled by BreeBree - (Other poetry)
sry 4 double post. A bit of scrawled innuendo for you all.
Dream by LucidMuse - (Other poetry)
A fantasy of love and things to be.
Swallowing Monterey Bay by PrettyOdd - (Other poetry)
It's been so long I think I've forgotten how to do this. It ain't no good at all. (If the format is weird tell me please. The computer I'm using makes everthing look off.)
Big Masks, Little Children by nocturnus - (Other poetry)
The definition of coming of age, we actually never get there, only our masks become bigger.