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She saw a woman
with a pair of big brown eyes
something about her,
never seen before,
pulling everyone close yet
pushing them away
all at once. 94 more words


caterpillar soup

exhale all hope

push it out

birth the death

of you

fall back


in one last act

of trust

into the embrace

of the abyss… 217 more words


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Its hard to find good Biology poems, but here is one:


When I was in high school, I remember myself as a bold and a brazen girl. I spoke my mind without the slightest hint of hesitation and was proud of the fact that there was no pretence or underlying meaning in whatsoever I said or did. 534 more words

Pen Stories


In a little over three weeks I’ll turn FORTY-NINE years old.

What. The. Fuck.

I remember in my teens thinking 35 was damn old. And by 50 you were soaking your teeth in a glass each night and peeing into your Depends. 351 more words


Moth Mouth

You preferred me in the dark

kept me in corners

collecting dust

covered in moths

eaten from the outside

inside incubator

from my mouth

and out of the shadows… 17 more words


The Metamorphosis, by Franz Kafka

One of Kafka’s most well-known works, The Metamorphosis is an intriguing tale about one man’s mysterious transformation. A great work of absurdist fiction.

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Barriers are a part of life. We all deal with them at one point or another. Barriers are road blocks. They stand between us and our where we want to go. 267 more words