Unspoken And Oppressed Within by Cynara Moore This poem describes every person in America who succumbs to emulating the latest ... [165 words]
In Loving Memory Of Perfection...... by Cynara Moore It shows how a persons love for another can blind them from the many imper... [224 words]
When Will She Smile Again ! by Cynara Moore Its basically depicting the life of a person undergoing abuse and how to rid their ... [132 words]
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The Forward Thinker by Sasu Felling a bit ambitious tonight. [166 words]
The Dreaded Word by Just A Guy Dusted this off, made a few changes. I really don't recommend using the word guys. [88 words]
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Still Happy To Be An American by Just A Guy Wrote this the day the statues came down in Bagdad and with the events of yesterd... [181 words]
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Pastimes by B Galindo - [124 words]
Passing Through Heaven's Door by David B Doc Byron A dedication to the late Warren Zevon [161 words]
On The Wings Of Psyche by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [103 words]
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Naming Of Farts by Harvey Kennett Apologies to Henry Reed.... [243 words]
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Love, Actually by Desdemonda - [60 words]
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Footprints by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [120 words]
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Dreams Of Love by Elizabeth Gage - [125 words]
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Damn Words by Just A Guy - [80 words]
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A New Moon ----Serenade by Eyitemi Egwuenu - [66 words]
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Its about a suicide... hence the title..
Kristen Gail Diana Ritthaler
5"3, blue/green/silver eyes, love to write things and party. love sports.
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A New Beginning2 (Poetry) It's just about how I used to feel when I was 12, and now that I'm 15, I'm finally slowly turning my life around. [162 words]
Abstract Painting (Poetry) About life in some way. [163 words]
Abuse (Poetry) A man beating on his wife till he goes to far. [174 words]
All I Wanted2 (Poetry) It's about a boy who I loved very much, and he didn't even notice me. [49 words]
My Reality (Poetry) It's just who I thought my lfie was taking over me and everything. [142 words]
What I See1 (Poetry) Its just what I see around the world these days. [102 words]
You My Friend (Poetry) Its about a friendship. [181 words]
Kristen Gail Diana Ritthaler
My name shall be unknown.
My identity cannot be told.
All the information you can hold,
Is that I've commtied suicide.
All the bullying,
Could not take anymore.
Parents didn't pay attention to me,
Now that I'm dead, they'll wish they did.
My friends- only a few
Never knew much
Now that I'm dead,
They'll know a lot more.
How I did it,
Cannot be released.
I dont want anyone,
To take their life the way I did.
My name shall be unknown
That's all what you will ever know.
My identity cannot be told,
All I can tell you, that it wasnt pure gold.
The information you may take
Might make you shake.
I've commited suicide,
Now welcome to my side.
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"First off there is some very good stuff in theis poem. I really liked the first stanza and thought this should have been the beat and rythmn of the poem but some of your other stanzas lost this beat and seemed to add unneeded words. The poem needs to be sharp...like a blade giving it a sense of suicide. You can work this into a very fine poem over time! All and All I liked it." -- e. rocco caldwell.
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