Whimsical Words by Sinshalai How does writing come to you? Can you call it at will?
K, English, Poetry, words: 60, 9/18
A Choice by Sinshalai No one is perfect. What defines us, -really- defines us as humans, is not our mistakes, but how we move forward from them. The entity within you wants you to suffer, to know the shame of what you did for all eternity. It is your choice to step up and move on from it, when you're ready. The only thing holding you back is you.
K, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 88, 9/18
Befall » by aseachange A series of things that have transpired
K, English, chapters: 32, words: 388, updated: 9/16 published: 7/10
Poetry SlamThe Journal of Life by MasteroftheForce0121 a combination of poetry, philosophy, and random thoughts. It's also a chance to get more acquainted with yours truly. I have yet to have time to edit this, working on a bigger project.
T, English, Spiritual, words: 823, 9/10
The Iron Prayer by WJosephusW A Poem, or Prayer, for success in the gym, or as I have taken pleasure in naming the place, the Great Temple of Iron. A plea to the Lord in Heaven for wild strength, unwavering perseverance and stoic fortitude intended only for the Heroic athlete and bodybuilder.
T, English, Spiritual & Angst, words: 174, 9/7
Back to Her Roots by Amoridere My earliest bits of photography was done with my dad's camera, so I opted to recreate that.
K, English, words: 61, 8/30
Hypocritical Language by RottenTangerine A poem on how people shouldn't be surprised that the others they tear down use the same kinds of words about themselves that they use all the time. Or the double standard in tearing people down and then complaining about their low self-esteem.
K+, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 229, 8/30
Waning Love by WriterOfThePress A small poem about a slowly fading, confused, one-sided love. T to be safe.
T, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 76, 8/24
E não voltou by Iara M. Lima [drabble] A velha história de comprar cigarros.
K, Portuguese, Hurt/Comfort, words: 32, 8/20
An Addict's Prayer by WJosephusW A humble poem of recovery and awe at the wondrous love of God. Thank You, O Lord.
T, English, Spiritual & Hurt/Comfort, words: 220, 8/16
Cycle of Manifestations (Anthology 2) » by PhoenixWrites About two years ago, I wrote this anthology sporadically throughout the pandemic. The message behind these poems is for my previous online community I was a part of at the time. However, it is also for my thoughts and feelings during the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. I was bitter and melancholy during this period, and everything in my life seemed to fall apart before me.
T, English, Friendship & Family, chapters: 9, words: 4k+, 8/7
Poetry » by TEdits Poetry that I have written throughout the years. Enjoy.
K+, English, Poetry, chapters: 5, words: 950, updated: 8/7 published: 7/1
Replacement (Anthology 1) » by PhoenixWrites These were the days when I first created the username "Phoenix Writer." I ate a late brunch while sitting in a restaurant, writing poems, and talking to my mother. While doing so, I spoke to my mom about a new internet name. We came up with several that I hardly remember anymore, but we eventually came to Phoenix Writer. That same night, I wrote the first poem.
T, English, Friendship, chapters: 5, words: 1k+, 8/5