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    • Alice Swan
      By Alice Swan
      Roses are red
      Violets are blue,
      Sugar is sweet
      And you said I was too. 
      Gaining my trust
      To break my walls down, 
      Making me smile
      When I wanted to drown. 
      Spilling my secrets
      Whilst you kept yours,
      Expressing my issues
      You masking your flaws.
      But your lies were well hidden
      Your footsteps erased,
      As you pulled at my heart strings
      Wires frayed and debased.
      Now the lilies have fallen
      The foxgloves dropped dead,
      As your hands squeeze my heart
      And you messed with my head. 
      The truth all a tangle
      You trapped me where I stood,
      Manipulating my movements
      Denying everything you could. 
      You twisted my sentences
      To let blood bleed red,
      Feeling no pain yourself
      But letting me cut instead. 
      But a world without flowers
      Is not where I want to be,
      So maybe I should escape now
      Before I start to crave your company. 
      Picking dead leaves
      Gravestones breathed out,
      Slitting my wrists
      That's what this is all about.
      Losing a battle
      With myself and the world
      You spurring me forwards
      So I just gave up and left. 
    • Angelica Sky
      By Angelica Sky
      When you die the only kingdom you’ll see,
      is two foot wide and six foot deep.
    • Draco Malfoy
      By Draco Malfoy
      In this world it is very difficult to know what to do. One struggles to know good from evil, but really they’re so often so very much alike. I always think those people fortunate who are content to stand, without question, by the Ten Commandments, knowing exactly how to conduct themselves and propped up by the hope of Paradise on the other. But we who answer Why to the crude Thou shalt not are like sailors on a wintry sea without a compass: reason and instinct say one thing, and convention says another; but the worst of it is that one’s conscience has been reared on the Decalogue and fostered on hell-fire, and one’s conscience has the last word. I daresay it’s cowardly, but it’s certainly discreet, to take it into consideration; it’s like lobster salad: it’s not immoral to eat it, but you will very likely have indigestion. One has to be very sure of oneself to go against the ordinary view of things; and if one isn’t, perhaps it’s better not to run any risks, but just to walk along the same secure old road as the common herd. It’s not exhilarating, it’s not brave, and it’s rather dull; but it’s eminently safe.
    • Draco Malfoy
      By Draco Malfoy
      You expected to be sad in the fall. Part of you died each year when the leaves fell from the trees and their branches were bare against the wind and the cold, wintery light. But you knew there would always be the spring, as you knew the river would flow again after it was frozen. When the cold rains kept on and killed the spring, it was as though a young person died for no reason.
    • Guest earlgreywarden
      By Guest earlgreywarden
      hi, my name is ashe. my friend mentioned this site and i decided to sign up as well to see if i can... vent my brainfog, i suppose.
       
      it's a lot easier online.
       
      my story... it's long and complicated and altogether unpretty. i'll go into more detail in my blog.

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