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Glass Half Empty

#10 in my Phobia Series, *containing darker themes*. A poem about 'thanatophobia'. Thank you for reading. <3

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cherryme
cherryme Frequent Reader Take care, spread love, happiness.

H E A V Y

I can't write Please help.

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tayawayy
tayawayy Silver Comma I open a vein and words drip out

D o w n

Unsaid

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sugar_cupcake
sugar_cupcake Silver Comma Chill out

A b n o r m a l i t y

‘[...] Part of the detailed instructions you missed in a mishap’

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died_and_died
died_and_died Contemplative poetry from a nobody.

Midsummer's Sinking Ship

In our lives, we may find ourselves on a parallel path with another being. The paths will cross if we let them. It may be a collision course. We can see the calamity ahead of us, but the vale of emoti...

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rachelgrant
rachelgrant Comments welcome!

Don't Get Comfortable

For all the times I wanted to love someone

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elizabethblair
elizabethblair Potato Enthusiast

Trembling Hands

"That was the moment I knew he had lied." Short excerpt from the thrilling short story "Trembling Hands" by myself, E.R. Blair.

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wiltnwrite
wiltnwrite cause poetry paints beauty.

Hope

how can hope be this living?

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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

16 March, 1926


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maenad
maenad Gifted Writer swaying in the breeze

Swamp Ophelia

Southern tragedy

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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

16 March, 1926


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vitavirginia
vitavirginia Gifted Writer Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf

16 March, 1926


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