Someone to Play the Devil by Makeshift.Wings89 The bass is the deepest and lowest singing voice and no choir is complete without it.
K, English, Poetry & Horror, words: 453, favs: 1, 6/28
What They Are Looking At by Space Ace This three line poem is about what a pair of birds are looking at through a window.
K+, English, Poetry, words: 20, 6/26
Just in Spring by justin1p2kennon Just a sweet, little poem I wrote. It's better if you read it yourself.
K, English, Poetry, words: 55, 6/25
1leopard by amethyste0 he is sleeping and i have taken time to watch and enjoy him; he is wearing a white undershirt that shows his white arms and smooth skin; the line of his muscles play with the light and i can not but fix my eyes on his strength coming out and evaporating in the room; a beautiful flexible animal designed to be fast and effective; a beautiful leopard fleeing over the green heaven;
K+, English, words: 108, 5/30
Solitary Dreams by Nekosan125 A consonant poem about the beauty of looking out at the night sky and the never-ending sea.
K, English, Poetry & Adventure, words: 220, 5/28
Sleepless by NoSou13 As I hear the wind whip past my window...
K+, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 148, 5/11
Beauty by GRYFFINDOR123456 Nature is a wonderful thing. This is about the beauty of nature. Beta read by Miss Mysteries
K+, English, Poetry, words: 114, 5/9
Beyond by hopeburnsblue Written 2-28-18 about dreaming through an office window.
T, English, Poetry, words: 74, 4/29
1 Fare Well To All We Knew by R.C. Wulfe Fare thee well, meadows of our youth. Change rides fast upon us. [Companion piece to "Away, We Go"]
T, English, Poetry, words: 175, favs: 1, follows: 1, 4/26
1 The Virus by Wizhoger The battle we face today is amongst the greatest humanity has ever faced. I've attempted to showcase my own personal views on the matter and a more nature abiding future course for man.
K, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 235, favs: 1, 4/18
1 A Grain of Sand by microsen A poem inspired by worthlessness.
K, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 76, 4/12
Red Earth, Darkened Water, & Shifting Skies » by Aviantei A poetry collection covering a few days' worth of driving from Fort Worth, Texas, to Kansas City and back.
K+, English, Poetry, chapters: 5, words: 622, favs: 1, follows: 1, updated: 4/18 published: 3/14
1I Am Everest by Quinn the Clever This is a poem that I wrote for a school assignment. I thought it was cool, so I decided to put it on here. It's about Mt. Everest, and how it feels about its life. Constructive Criticism is very much appreciated.
K+, English, words: 232, favs: 2, follows: 2, 3/16
1Ecoute by Lucie Roy Ouvrir ses oreilles, son cœur. Ecouter.
K, French, Poetry, words: 87, favs: 3, follows: 1, 3/5
1Storm Drops by CitrusChickadee Sometimes, rain is comforting. Sometimes, it isn't.
K, English, Poetry, words: 49, favs: 2, follows: 1, 3/2
The Transfer by Katje Kaase Disease is easily spread through personal contact and we are unaware and helpless as it transfers.
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 63, favs: 1, follows: 1, 2/29
Today Will Be A Good Day by inaiz22 Do you want to feel better? Read about how life can be good if you imagine it… Rhyming Poem
K, English, Poetry & Adventure, words: 205, favs: 1, follows: 1, 2/18
4 Underwater by LilyWoodlin Only the ocean and I; Swimming underwater
K+, English, words: 219, favs: 2, follows: 2, 2/14
Sounds of Night, A Sonnet by QueenBookDragon This is my way of sharing how I see the night, the time when the moon is up in the sky.
K, English, Poetry & Spiritual, words: 154, favs: 1, follows: 1, 2/5
Jump in the Fyre by Makeshift.Wings89 Do it, I dare you. Or don't, idk. Just don't be afraid!
K, English, Poetry, words: 210, favs: 1, follows: 1, 2/1