Poetry Stories

on Movellas
Why? [Competition version]

[Poetry competition] A child's view of death.

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Why? [Competition version]
Dying Inside ©2015 (Poem)

*This poem was written for, and inspired by, the Cleveland Abduction Victims, Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry, and Gina DeJesus. This is my point of view on how they must have felt while being held captive by Ariel Castro for over a decade of their lives. A decade that they will never get back. Thank goodness they were recovered safely in May 2013 and their abductor is now dead! If you like this poem, please hit that like button!

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Dying Inside ©2015 (Poem)
One Last Dance [Poetry Competition]

A pretty depressing poem based on my life before Movellas. [Competition version]

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One Last Dance [Poetry Competition]
Behind Closed Eyes [Poetry competition]

This is an idea that's been floating around my head for a while - enjoy :) ©2015 Parsavagely

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Behind Closed Eyes [Poetry competition]
Requests

This is an entry for the poetry, lyrics and songwriting competition. It is a little poem that contains a lot, at least, that is what I can see in it. I hope you can see a lot in it too.

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Requests
Tumblr Poems

poems from tumblr that I like. Creds to the people who wrote them. None of these belong to me.

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Tumblr Poems
Sinking (A Poem)

Another poem for the Poetry Competition.

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Sinking (A Poem)
I Love You

This little poem was inspired by @[Rose Woods] @[•-• Nolan •-•] @[Life is Fictional] @[Sniper the Cyberman] @[Angelexis] @[💟Jay Jay💟] @[EnderCursty] AND ALL OF MY OTHER FRIENDS ON HERE!!! Cover by Kate Bevans

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I Love You
The Theory of Time

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The Theory of Time
Hunger

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Hunger
Hunger
by BooRad
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I Used To Be King

"I used to be King, but it seems like my rule was centuries ago."

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I Used To Be King
An Exercise in Avoiding Injury

a collection of metaphors.

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An Exercise in Avoiding Injury