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A poem about something that is known. Comments are open.
A poem on religion, the Catholic religion to be exact. It isn't an attack on Catholism. Comments are open.
A poem made off of the childhood fear of "Monsters under the bed". Comments are open.
This poem marks a milestone within my writing. This poem is entirely in French and I've been busy for almost the past year, learning French. So I decided to put it all together and make a poem with a sadder side of the poetry. En Anglais "Mon Cassé Cœur" est "My Broken Heart". Comme...
A poem that is self-explanatory. Comments are open.
A poem with an expendable, suicidal tone and more of my tradtional dark style. I've had this on my mind for the past week or so. Comments are open.
This is a simple poem with a complex meaning. Comments are open.
This poem was honestly fun to write. I don't have much to say other than that. Comments are open.
A poem that has been on my mind for a week. I don't have much to say on this one. Comments are open.
Since I'm taking a painting class in college, I thought up this one while I was painting. This one is pretty straightforward. Comments are open.
Originally called "Row Your Boat", I changed the title because it seemed better to work with. This is perhaps my version of the nursery rhyme "Row Your Boat". Comments are open.
This poem was written off of a strange buzz that I had when I was listening to some music the night before the publication of this poem. I wasn't high or drunk, despite the title but the emotions it gave me somewhat sparked this one. Comments are open.
A poem that came to me in time for Halloween. Comments are open.
My very first satire poem that I wrote in the month of August. Comments are open.
The title in particular for this piece, I've had on my mind for almost a year. But I never found the words to help make it. This poem is a dark poem based off of a dark experience that a certain group people are known to go through. Let's see if anyone figures it out. Comments are ope...
Throughout my childhood, I always remember Shakespeare's "All of the world is a stage" saying. This legendary writer has been an early influence for me, until I finally met Poe, Lovecraft, Hughes, Frost, and Joe Hill. But this poem came from that famous quote. And so, comes how I look...
A poem that took me an hour or two to make. This poem came to me off of an idea in reality. Something that I reveal mid-way through the poem. This one is actually pretty straightforward. Comments are open.
An experimental poem, I've been working on a variety of gothic themes and this one is a small preview into what I've been trying. I'll leave it to the reader. Comments are open.
This was made up in about an hour. The thing is that I haven't been publishing a lot of poems lately because I have been going through a writer's block in poetry. Yet I've been publishing the short stories of Lelkshire. This is a little something for my readers who don't wish to read ...
This 29 page short story is the prequel to the 22 page short story "Sean and Sheila". This is also the first out of a five part storyline ("Sean and Sheila" is the third part). I brought back a few characters from "Sean and Sheila" and introduce new ones to the storyline.This story, I...
This poem is something out of my everyday life for the past week. As for where I live somewhat influenced this poem. There has been a street festival going on lately and it will be ending soon. And it is sad to see it go just as fast as it showed up. But through my eyes, I saw somethi...
This poem has a bit of irony to it. Because I'm not really looking into something that is a really 'dreams' but really more off of a nightmarish setting instead. In that, is the quality of this poem. But a more deeper and 'lifeless' message is within this poem. Comments are open.
I think that anyone can guess where I got the idea for this poem. This poem is more-off straightforward. Comments are open.
This poem was actually fun to make. The poem has a somewhat gothic taste to it that I've enjoyed making in practically any thing that I write. I supposed that my readers might enjoy a gothic poem. So this one is for the readers. Comments are open.
This poem was relatively pretty quick. Although it is now based off of the newer ideas that have been crossing through my mind. This is pretty much a more classical side to my poetry. Comments are open.