Society by Samantha Carter It's funny how we often shun those who don't make us feel happy or good or comfortable. What about thos... [90 words]
Silence by Samantha Carter A war poem. [95 words]
Running (Away?) by Samantha Carter The title should be sufficient explanation. [47 words]
Jeremiah by Olef Ransom Saulles A ballad concerning man and meaning. [378 words]
I May Not Be by Arthur Henry Isaacson Examination of Perception of Existence. [140 words]
First Time by Arthur Henry Isaacson First Lovemaking [41 words]
Death By Poseidon by Samantha Carter This is not so much a straight-forward poem as it is a puzzle, or a mind game. It presents tw... [78 words]
Counterfeit Angel by Lena Glasgow - [142 words]
Bracing The Ninja by Rachel Kewin - [177 words]
Beneath The Surface by Martin Rutley Short poem about defeat and escape. [59 words]
Begin Again by Arthur Henry Isaacson Taking a new direction in life. [312 words]
Angel Wings Of Paper by Samantha Carter Remnants of childhood abuse. Find the main them written in all the centered words - read e... [82 words]
After Love by Arthur Henry Isaacson Sharing a bed with someone that no longer loves you. [121 words]
A Pointless Search by Samantha Carter A poem about a confused lover looking for his/her mate, but in all the wrong places and all ... [123 words]
A Fostered Dream by Samantha Carter Sometimes, giving up and hoping for the worst is easier than facing what you are afraid of. Th... [171 words]
Memoirs Of A Water Molecule by Richard Lynch - [333 words]
Love's Other Vocabulary by Diane Lynn This is an image of the aspects of all the stages one goes through when getting over th... [39 words]
Ode De Toilette by Richard Lynch - [153 words]
The Housecat by Richard Lynch - [40 words]
Waiting For You by Richard Lynch - [164 words]
Girl And Boy by Deb Meyer This Poem is done in sestina form. A sestina is a lyrical fixed form poem consisting of six 6-line... [150 words]
Poetry Of Abuse And Healing by Sam Vaknin Poems of abuse and healing written by Sam Vaknin, the author of "Malignant Self Lov... [826 words]
What A Pair (Ex-Husbands And Old Shoes) by Richard Koss A symbolic poem comparing ex-husbands and old shoes. Some women divorc... [326 words]
I Thought... (A Collection) by Rose Trimovski I Thought... - It's a sad poem. More Than Friends - It talks about a guy a girl lov... [380 words]
A Shade Of Love by Justin Justin This short poem is basically a cynics view of love and possibly the inevitable costs of giving ... [44 words]
To Know by Jennifer Nobile Raymond Ah...falling in love! [51 words]
Revisitation Du Beaudelaire by Laurette M Laliberté Delouise This is a tribute to a poet I discovered late in life, after an english professor o... [189 words]
Problems by Rose Trimovski It isn't really rhyming or anything but it talks about problems and ways to handle them. [74 words]
Tears Of Forgiveness by Rose Trimovski It's a sad song. [92 words]
A Million... by ~Blythe~ - [178 words]
Private Contemplation by ~Blythe~ - [157 words]
Me. Myself. I. by Li Who am I, I don't know! And I don't intend to find out. [97 words]
Upon Meeting The Devil by Laurette M Laliberté Delouise It is a short poem about a dream (nightmare, really) that I had. I wrote it as soon as I... [67 words]
Lime by Lime This is about how you only understand things when its time. [72 words]
Frenetic Thoughts, A Collection by ~Blythe~ Frenetic Thoughts - About selfish love. Love that only exists because either or... [1039 words]
Only In Dreams, A Collection by Lissa N Metz-Gomez Only In Dreams Tell Me The Coming Storm [172 words]
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Fizzgig McArthur (Jesse Weinberg), other titles
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As They Say (Poetry) The poem I wrote after she left me. [62 words]
Funnel (Poetry) - [107 words]
Iron Bell (Songs) This is a song my band covered. I don't want it to die. [116 words]
Judith And The Elevator (Plays) I wrote this play for a festival a while ago. I was rather pleased with the performance. [1,921 words] [Cooking]
Lover's Thoughts (Poetry) In this crazy messed up world isn't that what it's all about? [40 words]
Luggage (Plays) A "farse" about a small town home. [1,899 words]
Nighttime (Poetry) This is the story of the night passing. [79 words]
Place (Poetry) I wrote this the other night before noon. [56 words]
Questions (Poetry) My latest work, a triumphant return to the pen. [105 words] [Western]
Rain (Is What This Poem Would Have Been Called) (Poetry) I wrote it in the rain. [175 words]
Raisin In The Sun (Songs) It's a song based on a movie, based on a screenplay, based on a poem, based on a dream [202 words]
Regret (Poetry) Another one of my remourseful poems. It's about a girl, who got away. [88 words]
Road Runnin (Songs) The first title my band ever did. Just playing around y' know? Having fun. [149 words]
The Gorbechev Song (Songs) This is a comedic song I wrote for history class, dedicated to my favorite soviet leader. [182 words] [Comedy]
The Master (Poetry) This is one of my angry at mankind poems. A lot of people think it's about god by the title, then they read it. [77 words]
The boy was happy.
He had no idea what void was inside him. The empty space, the nothingness.
She came and filled it.
He was still happy.
She gave him everything. She told him he would have it all forever.
He believed her
She left him. He was back to where he was at the beginning. Yet,
the boy cried.
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