A collaboration of forty-six on dreams both dreary and delightful! Enjoy! I miss my tiny human and I'm not sure where she went. Sad love story. Warning: language. A poem on an abusive lover, which I got the idea from one line of a song- 'Be Alright' (Dean Lewis.) I included it at the end, so you can see where I got the inspiration from. Doesn't necessarily link... A simple poem on how life slips by too fast when you are not living. Focus on the present, not the future. On prompt: astonished. Hope you enjoy! :D <3 These are my thoughts that I have developed in the last two months. An (edited) excerpt from "For Eternity", the 3rd book in my For Always series (published by Limitless Publishing.) A simple free verse poem about the calmness found in a graveyard, and the comfort of demise. Hope you enjoy. :) <3
Poem about The Ferryman Of The Dead and prompt: start.
I'm warning you before you read my story: It won't end well. 'Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me.' What happens when this is refuted? (My first story on this platform! <3) Hope you guys enjoy this haiku 💜❤💖 No description is necessary; the words speak for themselves. Death isn't always black....hope u guys enjoy it (pictures are always hard to find) #3 in my Phobia Series.
A very short piece on 'chronophobia', inspired by recent events such as the Sudanese massacre with a message at the end. (#BlueForSudan.) Thank you for reading. <3 Inspired by the Fates (Moirai). A short, rhyming poem on prompt: danger. Enjoy! I'm sorry, this is just something simple I quickly wrote whilst listening to Lewis Capaldi's 'Someone You Loved.' Also, I'm ill, but working on some big pieces that I'm excited to share, so watch this... this is the anatomy of anxiety Do we control the ending? Come, take your seat among us, for I am Despair, and you must be Death. (Poem about today's prompt: lost and found. An experiment)