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The F A L L by Mia Angello - [81 words]
A Place Of Her Own by Dri Cook We all should have a place to hide when the storms come. And there isn't any other place bet... [109 words]
My Sweet by Dri Cook This poem is the apple of my eye. It was my second one and it's very related to Insane Love. Here it g... [243 words]
Beyond The Sky by Kennedy O Obohwemu If you really want to hit it big,don't let the sky be your limit;let it be your beginning! [126 words]
U.S.A. Let's Fall In Love Again! by Dri Cook It talks about my love for the USA and how I see the rejection of American pol... [258 words]
The Only Gods by Brion' O Neil This piece will change daily, watch for it!..... How can The Only Gods keep track of all the pr... [55 words]
You Have So Lived by Elizabeth Burnett Life changes. [202 words]
Wind Song by Hayley Burdett - [13 words]
Why Don't We by Just A Guy - [102 words]
Who Is She ? by Vinod Sasidharan "A must read for those who loves their mother" [170 words]
Whisky And Soda by Hayley Burdett - [105 words]
West Virginia by Hayley Burdett - [24 words]
Untitled Nostalgia by Hayley Burdett - [22 words]
Unreal by Hayley Burdett Another piece inspired by an exhibit at the Hishhorn in D.C. [11 words]
Unclear Explanation by Skyler Drevan A poem written about uncertainty. [62 words]
Two Little Birds by Dri Cook Not always is an easy task to become true people. Having broken wings and feeling lost are jus... [120 words]
Turmoil by Dri Cook Not always we're able to make it alone. Sometimes, we might need a hand to guide us to the end of the t... [97 words]
Title Less by E Rocco Caldwell - [95 words]
Thereís Something About Me by Jannah Akira Read it and review it. [157 words]
Theology by Martin De Leon - [49 words]
The Stigma Of A Race by E Rocco Caldwell - [79 words]
The Hunting Of The Snark by Nathaniel A Miller My favorite piece of poetry from Lewis Carroll... [192 words]
The Burden Of Sight by Rhiannon Price - [161 words]
Tainted Poppy by Rhiannon Price - [104 words]
Sweet Madness Of Love by Dri Cook He is the Rock, the only adequate foundation. Hope this helps, somehow, the ones who are ... [282 words]
Sunset by Hayley Burdett - [16 words]
Sunday Morning Drive By Shooting by Brotherman - [140 words]
String Of Pearls by Dri Cook You adorn my story with all sorts of dreams... [68 words]
Still She Lies by Erasmus Flynt - [92 words]
Star Light, Star Bright, ItíS Christmas Night by Elizabeth Burnett - [154 words]
Star Gazing On An Electric Night by Hayley Burdett - [99 words]
Spilled Milk by Hayley Burdett This is a poem that came out of a ten minute poetry spill! [67 words]
So Free --- Yet Rules The Destiny! by Duke Sekhon - [49 words]
Silent Nights, Lonely Nights, Just You And I! by Dri Cook Well, I think it deserves...I have to admit it's such a companion... [185 words]
Signs Of Morgantown by Hayley Burdett - [61 words]
Should Of by Brodie Hughes A love poem with an interesting ending. Please Review. [350 words]
Shadowy Depths Of Your Soul by Dri Cook It's psycological in e-v-er-y single way! Could be each one of us. We all have dark... [63 words]
Self Incarceration by Erasmus Flynt - [141 words]
Seclusion by Inchara Its about loneliness. [239 words]
Say I Love You! by Dri Cook When was the last time you said these magical words? A poet friend of mine who is fading away i... [251 words]
Savage Meaning by Samuel Rivier An exploration of the mindset of a blossoming murderer, a smart yet troubled teenager contemplat... [237 words]
Same Sky Rhapsody by Sasu A little jibe at the lack of control in this world.. [111 words]
Sad Moon Moth by Brian Ashburn A poem of sorts. [77 words]
Rock Me, Baby, Sing Me A Lullaby! by Dri Cook Could be a song, if I knew how to write it in lyrics:-)Yes, Brian? [143 words]
River Life by Buxton A poem that cares... [105 words]
Re-Telling Of Nature's Sad Death by Hayley Burdett - [9 words]
Recipe Of Time by Brion' O Neil It is a fiction piece only to ponder the condition not to compare. [102 words]
Reaching For The Lover's Moon by Elizabeth Burnett Living and loving. [225 words]
Raspberry Fields by Buxton A differant direction for me.... [95 words]
Poochie by Randy Johnson This poem is about my dog. He died July 14, 1994. [105 words]
Poem To Joanie by Brotherman - [128 words]
Personification Of Winter by Hayley Burdett - [64 words]
Part Two In The New York, New York Poetry Series. by Hayley Burdett - [27 words]
Part Three In The New York, New York Poetry Series. by Hayley Burdett - [22 words]
Our Love Goes Beyond by Katrina Browne I wrote to my boyfriend..i love you baby. [188 words]
Open To You by Buxton This is kinda an experimental poem, sorry if it's not for you.. [31 words]
No Light At The End by Just A Guy - [68 words]
Night Zombies by Abbie Angel About the street people. [166 words]
New York, New York (Part One) by Hayley Burdett - [24 words]
My Visible Angel by Kennedy O Obohwemu A special piece dedicated to my mother... [127 words]
Musician by Hayley Burdett - [42 words]
Madrugada by Erasmus Flynt - [73 words]
Lunch by Sunny Lunch break. [45 words]
Love Is More by Katrina Browne - [109 words]
Lies Within An Honest Creature by Lucy Midnight - [72 words]
Lead In Walls by E Rocco Caldwell - [72 words]
Lady America by E Rocco Caldwell - [146 words]
Just A Little Dream by Just A Guy - [139 words]
Just A Kiss by Skyler Drevan A poem written while vacationing in North Carolina in late July. [177 words]
It's Alright, You Say... by Dri Cook Love is blind, but people shouldn't be. [107 words]
Isn't There A Better Way by Just A Guy - [108 words]
Insulted by Randy Johnson - [79 words]
Insane Love by Dri Cook Relationships can be like that at times. Some time ago, late at night, playing with few words...thi... [93 words]
In Praise by Dri Cook Spiritual. [111 words]
I'm Welcomed by Skyler Drevan A feeling of bliss under the night sky. [67 words]
I'm Sorry by Brodie Hughes - [100 words]
I Wonder Which by Just A Guy - [109 words]
I Love... by Lucy Midnight - [67 words]
Hunger Moon by Abbie Angel Poem about what it is like to me hungry. [168 words]
Hell by E Rocco Caldwell - [181 words]
He And You by Abbie Angel Yin and Yang--we all have the good and the evil in life; sometimes it is evil that wins. [103 words]
Hands In Glove by Dri Cook The title came very strongly in my heart. I sort of visualized this metaphore. This time, I am N... [88 words]
Hallway by Hayley Burdett - [15 words]
Good Morning by Hayley Burdett - [91 words]
Ghost Ships Of Long Ago by Aaron A Abab The endless journey of the Pioneer and Voyager spacecraft captured in a poem I wrote wh... [161 words]
Fragance Of Heaven by Dri Cook I had the insight while I was washing the dishes this morning and saw very clearly on a plat... [110 words]
Forever Lost by Abbie Angel Poetry of the street people. [67 words]
Fear In The Darkness by Rhiannon Price - [91 words]
Falling Tears by Dri Cook I'm back...it's a reflection of the period I was away. [86 words]
Every ... by Hayley Burdett - [113 words]
Enkindle The Fire by Kennedy O Obohwemu It's not enough to have a dream...live it up! [117 words]
End Of A Long Day by Just A Guy - [147 words]
Droit Du Seigneur by E Rocco Caldwell - [98 words]
Daddy by Elizabeth Burnett - [211 words]
Cycle Of Street Life
Cool Moonlight Outside My Hospital Door by E Rocco Caldwell Ponder life as death lingers [86 words]
Cluttered Mind by Inchara Its about confused mind filled with various thoughts and ideas. [148 words]
Cloud Watching From A Romantic's Point Of View by Hayley Burdett - [93 words]
Can't Find The Way by Just A Guy - [81 words]
Beach's Memories by Hayley Burdett - [27 words]
Assorted Emotions by Inchara Its about various human emotions. [67 words]
Addict by Lucy Midnight - [62 words]
A Passing Moment by Just A Guy - [63 words]
A Fair Brown Maiden by E Rocco Caldwell - [155 words]
A City Pineapple by E Rocco Caldwell - [117 words]
10 Wishes by Lucy Midnight - [123 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Cycle Of Street Life
DESCRIPTION
Life on the streets if you are not careful.
[111 words]
AUTHOR
Abbie Angel
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[August 2004]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (16)
A Message From God (Short Stories) From a runaway girl, inspiration from God? Possibly. [599 words]
Dirty City (Short Stories) Abbie Angel is running, hiding in a concrete and glass jungle. [696 words]
Dying For A Memory (Short Stories) When there is nothing left, what can you do? [228 words]
Eastbound Wanderer (Short Stories) A runaway's Journey. [543 words]
Forever Lost (Poetry) Poetry of the street people. [67 words]
He And You (Poetry) Yin and Yang--we all have the good and the evil in life; sometimes it is evil that wins. [103 words]
Hell's Gate (Short Stories) A sad story about a fire burning underground since 1962. [681 words]
Hunger Moon (Poetry) Poem about what it is like to me hungry. [168 words]
Lost Christmas (Short Stories) - [379 words]
Lost Girl (Short Stories) A true story about a girl who ran away from home when she was 15 years old. It's about me. [1,526 words]
Lost Girl 2 (Short Stories) More of my story being lost in a mean world. [619 words]
Lost Girl 3 (Short Stories) Abbie Angel, 15, is still running. This might be my last entry for a while. [884 words]
Magic Man (Short Stories) - [1,008 words]
Night Zombies (Poetry) About the street people. [166 words]
Pale Moon Of Christmas (Poetry) Abbie Angel, Runaway, is back again. [159 words]
The Antichrist Of The Blue Moon (Short Stories) My name is Abbie and I am a runaway. I think I met the Antichrist and that is my story. [1,409 words]
Cycle Of Street Life
Abbie Angel

She is a throwaway child drifting on a sea of dreams
Running from sexual abuse or her momís battered face.
She has no roots, friends or social ties to hold her
She is a loner, a pariah and outcast from society.
She is tender prey for the pimps at the Port Authority
Waiting for the innocent child lost in the city vastness.
They offer her shelter, warmth and a deathbed to sleep on
She is raped, beaten and degraded into slavery.
She is the streetwalker pumped up on heroin
She is somebodyís forgotten star-child that fell from the sky.
She is the morgueís Jane Doe, the bride of the crypt now
She died because she was a throwaway child that nobody wanted.

 

READER'S REVIEWS (4)
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"a run aways story is never attractive and people always have stereotyped images of distortion. You are either very tragic, or putting us on. In any case, leave the misery behind you, this type of content is not usually a desirable read and most people can not relate or understand. It is my opinion that your writing would be better suited either in another form of fiction or in another parts of this vast world of ours.Let your imagination take you to places that will interest and excite your readers. I was a member of a homeless shelter for over a year, but my writing is a wide spectrum of life and love experiences as a celebration of my liberation...be liberated." -- Brian O Neil.
"Thank you, Brian. You are right--there is nothing good at all in being a runaway but if you really were in a homeless shelter then you know what drives someone to run away. I write because it is all I have left now." -- Abbie Angel.
"I urge you to leave the refse behind you and celebrate life by starting a new one. Yes, I know what rejection is and I know that you must pick yourself up and be greatful for being free..."let go and let God." -- Brian O Neil.
"I agree with the comment about your writing. I think you should either keep a journal or spend your time looking for a way out. Right now, you are living in Hell-you're the only one who's going to get you out with God's guidance. Find the strength from someone if you can't find it in God. Yourself, maybe? Don't perpetuate this dark, tragic life you're living. You've been hurt in the past, scarred but it's time to come to grips with it and change your life. By not doing something to save yourself you are just as bad as Steve." -- Cindy, san fernando, ca.

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© 2004 Abbie Angel
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
August 2004
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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