12100 Days of Poetry, 2021 » by Kitsune95 The 4th year! One poem every day for 100 days. Started January 10th, 2021.
T, English, chapters: 12, words: 1k+, follows: 1, updated: 1/21 published: 1/10
I sat on the edge of the thing by fires I sat on the edge of the thing and was silent.
K, English, words: 66, 1/21
2 Scars by Octavio The markings of past failures and regrets, the things that stay with us. The things that, no matter how hard we try, make it incapable for us to let go of the past. No matter who or what, we all have scars.
T, English, Angst, words: 242, favs: 1, follows: 1, 1/21
1Not Today » by LunaLynn A collection of poems that capture the same rise and fall everyone can experience, along with the darker corners of the mind and all the different moments in between.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Romance, chapters: 43, words: 4k+, favs: 1, updated: 1/20 published: 6/27/2020
4Darkness That Rhymes » by thedemoninyourcloset Dark poems off the top of my head (that also sounded way better in my head). Rated t in case.
T, English, Horror & Tragedy, chapters: 9, words: 1k+, favs: 2, follows: 3, updated: 1/20 published: 9/16/2020
12021 » by inconexa Thoughts as poems.
T, English, chapters: 5, words: 1k+, updated: 1/17 published: 1/1
Life Moves On by D Ray Van Wish I could turn back time... but I can't.
K, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 467, 1/15
with stars in their eyes by Swiftheart1267 stars, the hope of the universe. make sure to take a moment and appreciate their unfailing hope.
K, English, Spiritual & Fantasy, words: 126, 1/13
1 Where Does the Wind Go? by Octavio I often find myself wondering where the wind goes when it blows by, and likewise wonder if I can follow it's example to escape the scene before me.
K, English, Angst, words: 157, favs: 1, 1/12
2 Spectre in the Breeze by Octavio Sometimes I stand in the winter breeze, looking back on all the times I made a mistake. I try to feel the warmth fade from my fingertips, but it's hard to do that when you're already empty.
K, English, Angst, words: 126, 1/11
god is the sound of sleep and soft things by leaferikson liquid hot prayer
T, English, Horror & Spiritual, words: 286, 1/5
1 Demons by Octavio We all have demons, regrets and pains unknown to any but ourselves. Regrets that continue to haunt and follow us wherever we go. And no one can see them, no one but us.
K+, English, Tragedy & Poetry, words: 153, favs: 2, 1/3
Jubilant January by WhispererOfBeyond An acrostic poem on January.
K, English, Poetry, words: 61, 1/1
1A Monologue to a Montague by Faithless Juliet You like to think that all the Montague men with their rapiers and codpieces were Scorpios.
T, English, words: 265, 12/31/2020
La Langue du Monde by Sir Helle Quin Un peu de poésie sur le thème de la poésie tout simplement, afin de conclure l'année 2020
K, French, Poetry, words: 77, 12/30/2020
Geniuses by writemystorywithoutink A recent poem about genius all around us that I hope you enjoy, after a decade of no new posts here. Any feedback or review would be greatly appreciated.
T, English, Poetry, words: 190, 12/29/2020
Random Poems » by The 1st Bookworm Random poems that I wrote for school and found laying around my room.
K+, English, chapters: 3, words: 219, 12/28/2020
2 Positively, Neville Longbottom by Faithless Juliet This yellow energy is a bit much on a Friday night.
K, English, words: 64, 12/20/2020
Scars by Nava The poem about opening up emotionally and acceptance of self :D (this is NOT self-harm themed poem!)
T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Poetry, words: 141, 12/18/2020
2Illusions » by Soren519 Why would you want anything else? A master collection of some of my more introspective poems.
T, English, chapters: 9, words: 539, updated: 12/17/2020 published: 1/24/2018
1 East of an Abyss and West of a Frost by RedWineAndAmbien Summary: Dysthymia. The Two Phases of Depression. A Cycle.
T, English, Angst, words: 169, 12/17/2020
WoundedWhole by nickyO This poem is about how grief is hitting me. The strangeness of being extremely sad and happy at the same time.
K+, English, Angst & Spiritual, words: 158, 12/13/2020