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wanting to die
By sweet_girl on 11/23/2005
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please read this poem and give your honest oppion



Laying down on my bed.
Wishing I was dead.
Crying myself to sleep.
Wishing i was deep...
Deep under ground maybe 6 to .....
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Blank Sea (revised)
By SilverFlame on 11/30/2005
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Corrosion
washes my face,
blunting it
to a blank mask.

Veins exposed,
I taste
the ferrous tang;
red blood cells echo
the sonorous sounds of
clanging bells.
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draining the sea
By duchess on 12/05/2005
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i will always have your astonishment

smile.

little women can wear snakeskin, my toothpick
stems the creativity in holistic funnels
down into the city through these high
h .....
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self-soothe
By duchess on 11/30/2005
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her knitting looks doubtless.
after all, everything must be perfect
and fine otherwise

how could anyone, just sit there

knitting.

someone wise took off a hat
to pu .....
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everything sometimes
By duchess on 11/25/2005
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i have seen frail turn lucky
and the slightest something, barely there
turn dust into lightning
which is very much the same, as far as
subtext.

i could.

for our purpose .....
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going home again
By Mamastacia3 on 11/15/2005
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Reviews: 6
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old boards
of treehouses past
sucked wet by
clammy air,
walked-bare spots
where trees once were
developments now

forgiveness pushes up and out
here
is not the same, .....
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The One That Killed Me
By meant2B4gotten on 12/02/2005
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You were the one
Who stood there as I wept
And just yelled and yelled
Saying how worthless I was.

You were the one
That always told me
That I could never be loved
And I s .....
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Forbidden Love/Jealous Town's Eye
By Cuddly Man From NYC on 09/28/2005
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These walls are thinning
and closing in fast.
This town gets smaller by the hour.
Our speciously dirty secret
is not as little as we'd prefer.

"Let them talk. Let them talk."
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Five Minutes Before Checkout
By Ariono-jovan Labu on 09/27/2005
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Rain pelts like a barrage
of bullets the victorian windows,
i take a long swig lastnights
leftover cognac, slowly
pull a drag my Kool,
it's phosphorous smoke snaking
towards th .....
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Breezes
By rockia on 09/14/2005
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Morning breezes turning into
night chills rushing across
the empty spaces screaming
in the houses shivering
down the north fronts crawling
up and over the south down
and across .....
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Perspective
By IndigoWhimsy on 11/27/2005
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Reviews: 4
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It’s been five days and the water races;
rivers swell, pregnant with the remnants of rain.
Oceanic crashing in the small brook below
warns:
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Pennsylvania Fields
By injordanwetrustt on 11/23/2005
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Reviews: 1
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Green the blades for while, till that,
The ever pined wooded edge,
Whence the jays sing and lull me

Into these trees, my retreat.
Simple eyes with simple sight
Bargaining throu .....
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Next...
By VaxelKross on 11/09/2005
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She pours a magazine through her legs,
she unbuttons her blouse
to fan her chest with an envelope.
She's exhausted, but taking it rather well.

And as I clear my throat,
and sec .....
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Untitled
By paganoftheflame on 10/27/2005
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straight, bisexual, gay
we're all people
we all bleed red
we all are made of flesh
christian, buddist, pagan
we all are human
we all feel
we all know
why can't we get a .....
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Invisible
By Airam on 11/22/2005
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Reviews: 3
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Invisible


I’m a husk, a shadow, an empty glass
mute crystal
I am a whisper too quiet for meaning
colours too pale for seeing
the flicker at the corner of your eye
I’m a .....
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Eight O’clock, Late O’clock
By wordsnnoise on 11/20/2005
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Reviews: 1
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Eight o’clock, bed-time, story time, sleep
Eight o’clock, late o’clock in trouble deep

Trying out Mama then dragging out Dad
Wanna to be clever, don’t mean to be bad

Nine o’cl .....
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Unexplainable
By noongy on 11/15/2005
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Reviews: 2
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Have you ever thought
That you knew someone
You have only recently met
Those funny feelings
Tingle in your spine
A feeling you won't forget
You don't know how
When where or w .....
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Can't See the Forest
By jmalone on 10/24/2005
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A leafless branch, embroidered in ice,
paints impressions of nature in braille,
while impregnable ground evicts field mice,
and impressionable squirrels take trail.

A motionless b .....
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toung twister
By Asmodeus on 11/12/2005
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orderly superiority seeking authority
it means more to me
then any action
before existence
bodering insanity vanity calamity
all strikes forth with haste
tradgedy tradgically h .....
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Only Such Annually
By injordanwetrustt on 10/31/2005
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Come with me, the summers ever.
Bring your blooming latent spring,
In all its green flourishing,
Dark and pine and painted leaves.

Many come, the frosty breeze.
Only such annua .....
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