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y Silver Comma Community member

Chocolate and fish

Very vivid memory of a morning long ago. Champorado and tuyo (chocolate porridge-thing and dried fish). I think it was the first time I figured out that things weren't all black and white or something...

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delling
delling Basically im a ball of anxiety and hope

A better future

There's only one thing that's keeping me alive.

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felonious
felonious incrediblesubstantial.tumblr.com

I hate you, I love you

Like, comment, follow. Ever lost someone?

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gabrielaperez
gabrielaperez I write sad poems like everyone else

Cut and Paste

WARNING: this poem is about self harm. If that's something that triggers you I'd suggest staying away from this one. But if that's not something that triggers you...This is mostly unfinished but I jus...

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tsubisho
tsubisho MHA | TodoDeku Shipper | Thank you! <3

Thoughts

there you hung, on her bedroom wall

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miss_muse
miss_muse English major drop-out.

Poem? For the Unpoetic

A poem that I wrote, when I was on my lunch break. Not going to lie it was like a stream of consciousness.

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insatiable
insatiable Community member

Scatter

Written when my thoughts felt most scattered. On the page this poem is meant to look very tidy and rhythmic. Unfortunately it doesn't fit the interface of this website though.

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y
y Silver Comma Community member

ChicheN

Ya kno? (drawing by me, I guess)

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peachwine
peachwine ghost kid

crash

thoughts on a brief love

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novice_key
novice_key TRIGGER WARNING

Tips (Poem)

You don't ever need to follow these lists. Take what you read, and twist the purpose.

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