Immolation by Obluda Sometimes I have visions. They are never of good things.
T, English, Horror & Poetry, words: 133, 12/12
The Girl With The Mad Sapphires: by Gildarts Winters A poem, original from my main work.
T, English, Fantasy & Horror, words: 139, 11/26
1 Dear Anxiety by SingStar234 This was originally a letter I wrote to my anxiety but I've changed it around a little to make it into a poem format. The title says it all.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Poetry, words: 342, favs: 1, 11/2
Friday 13th by SingStar234 This poem is about the terrorist attack in France on Friday 13th in 2015. To understand the beginning you need to know that during this time I was not good a standing up to people or saying what I thought in public. So I decided to post this on my Facebook which was a big step.
T, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 273, 11/2
2 Like a Dance by Lucinda Hindle Fighting is like a dance, we hit and strike at every chance. We move around in a trance, fighting is like a dance.
K+, English, Tragedy & Angst, words: 274, favs: 1, 10/28
Dave: An Epic by WyrdWolf My entry for the Labyrinth September/October writing prompt: Genrebaby.
T, English, Poetry & Mystery, words: 2k+, 10/27
Crimson by Alexis the Weird If you don't like anything dark then don't read. This is my first time writing poetry. Please enjoy. ( )
T, English, Poetry & Horror, words: 46, 10/26
War by PawsPrints What do you see when people say war?
T, English, Tragedy & Angst, words: 119, 10/26
The Ottoman Defiance by Spleriia Emperor Splerii The year was 1915. The year since the outbreak of the Gallipoli Campaign in the First World War. As the Turks struggled against their foes, all of them knew that their defiance against the invaders would contribute greatly for their patriotism, honor and glory to their very motherland - The Ottoman Empire.
T, English, words: 150, 10/20
The Signal Shot That Rang From The Great Cruiser Aurora by Spleriia Emperor Splerii The date is October 1917. The date that had fired a signal shot from the cannon of a cruiser which in turn sparked a vast revolution that forever changes the entire structure of the erstwhile Russian Empire.
T, English, words: 225, favs: 1, follows: 1, 10/19
Perfect Fire by TheSilverMirror Wrote this around about the time of California fires circa 10/12/2017 and also after the multiple hurricanes hitting the SE US plus Caribbean islands and probably other places besides. And also Las Vegas... Sometimes in face of news on these kinds of things, takes some processing. I guess in essence that's what this all is for me. Lemme know what you think if you want.
T, English, Drama & Spiritual, words: 133, follows: 1, 10/16
1Guerre de tranchées by Katym La guerre est une histoire de présent, de passé et aussi d'avenir. Ceci est la dernière lettre qu'un soldat enverra à sa famille... Enjoy !
K+, French, Angst, words: 245, 9/30
The Crucible Found Poem: A Response to Islamophobia by runningflight2001 Originally a school assignment: I used only words found in The Crucible by Arthur Miller to write a poem in response to Islamophobia, or the dislike of or prejudice against Islam or Muslims, especially as a political force.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Angst, words: 254, 9/16
1 Sacrifice by Thranduilion7 My insight on what sacrifice feels like to me in a war.
K, English, Tragedy, words: 152, favs: 1, 8/25
1 Hello Dear Child by WolfLoverMortis A child standing by the road has a sad look on her face. No one would truly understand what she has seen. PLEASE REVIEW!
T, English, Tragedy, words: 367, 8/19
Gravesite of the People by zeppelins ghost A poem about nuclear repercussions and the ignorance of world leaders
K+, English, Suspense, words: 105, 8/13
Suffocating, Senseless, Sacrifice by Aviantei [Twelve Zero Zero] "It all ends in the musk of blood and dirt..." [Twelve Shots of Summer: Quarter Queller]
T, English, Supernatural & Angst, words: 556, 8/5
1Jian Bing Fell From Sky by TheSilverMirror People who have some knowledge of China and Chinese food (and I mean like, the real kind), would get this poem better than people who don't. Still, I tried to explain it a bit before start of poem and not sure if the explanation honestly helped or isn't really necessary for understanding. In some ways, food is food after all, especially if you're starving to death because of...
T, English, Poetry, words: 166, favs: 1, 7/31
The Destroyer by Resurgent Shad It's been awhile, but I wanted to invite anyone I could to meet someone I know a little too well.
T, English, Angst, words: 208, 7/25
Men of Power by Mourn8220House War has always claimed victims, no matter who they are. War is feared and favored by all and all will become nothing in due time.
T, English, Tragedy & Crime, words: 220, 7/12
2War poems » by noemiluisa Poems related to war
T, English, Hurt/Comfort, chapters: 6, words: 383, updated: 7/11 published: 3/6/2016
2A Traveler's Tale by MasKaiHilFantic A distinct traveler enunciates his tale...
K, English, words: 310, 7/1
No Glory by Sidious Reborn View the last moments of a captured hero.
T, English, Spiritual & Tragedy, words: 140, 6/30
1 August, 1945 by RenewableAngelLane A poem about one of the many young soldiers who perished in the war. Bonus: His name is hidden in the poem...hope you can find it. I derived the structure of this poem from A Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky by Lewis Carroll.
K+, English, Tragedy & Family, words: 141, 6/28