Tag Archives: fear

Read Poetry: INSOMNIAC’S LULLABY, by Ruthie B.

I’m feeling nervous I’m feeling strange My mind just wants to keep repeating These things over again I’m in a time warp With my own brain No longer wonder what it feels like To be going insane Sleep Sleep Sleep … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: MONSTER, by Jeff Bardeau

  Genres: fear, anger, horror, death, rage, torture, destruction, bloody, screaming The demons that haunt me Linger in my dark to flaunt me. Speaking in whispers to taunt me. Eating my life from within to gaunt me. From their souls I … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: PUT ME TO SLEEP BEFORE IT COMES, by Sarah Francisco

Genre: Love, Fear, Sadness, Death, Loneliness Put me to sleep before it comes I pray that everything in me completely numbs I cannot face it, seeing it coming back Put me to sleep and don’t wake me up Sleep is … Continue reading

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Poetry: OLD ORDER by Rajnish Mishra

 Genre: Dark, Death, Fear, Friendship, Life, Love, Painful, Personality, Philosophical, Relationships, Sad, Society, Old and new.  All old order is subject to decay, they say and when fate summons, old ways free fall. Heart-held loves, friends, hatreds, foes, all, yes, … Continue reading

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A Terrifying Night, Poetry by Aditya Agrawal

And as I just said that, a fresh cold terror gripped me.

I was not in the home, but inside my college dormitory

And if my terrors and horrors were not too enough,

I heard the dormitory door creak slowly open.
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My Escape, A Poem by Amy Miller

In this wild-scape
Trapped by my fear
My heart heaves
A sigh of damp air

Bring me to the surface
Let me see the light
Otherwise I’ll be caught down here
In my own fight Continue reading

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LETTER FROM A SYRIAN CHILD TO HIS MOTHER, Poetry by Valentina Meloni

Mom, you never told me

that you can die even breathing

I believed that to die

it would take a wound,

a crack from which life Continue reading

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