nolaleech1212
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Submitted Poems 9 total

Glue

Bone skeletons and hallowed corpses
It’s not hard to pick out the ones that are already dead
Circus freak girls who look in the funhouse mirrors and see elephants staring back at them
Shrunken rib bones form into a cage that at this point barely ...

by Nola Debera Leech

added by nolaleech1212
3 months ago

Being Sad Is Cool

Being sad has become cool
Drowning yourself in a pool of tears is the latest trend
If you shout “I want to die” in the middle of a high school cafeteria the only response you’ll get is “same”
Pain has become an atheistic
Your weapon of choice i...

by Nola Debera Leech

added by nolaleech1212
3 months ago

Crocodile Teeth and Tears

He smiles so wide
You think he could swallow you whole
Baring his teeth
He roars
Screams
His face red, voice hoarse
Your soul sat in the corner, crying
But you just stood there
You didn’t do anything
While his scaly skin was pressed agains...

by Nola Debera Leech

added by nolaleech1212
3 months ago

The meanest thing

When I was 130 pounds
I was always jealous of my 90 pound mother
One day I told her I wished she was fat too
Instead of telling me I wasn’t
She said “that’s the meanest thing you’ve ever said to me”

by Nola Debera Leech

added by nolaleech1212
3 months ago

About me

A yellow lab graying with the realization of old age
Rose colored tea lights reflect her inner most thoughts
Fruit punch chapstick, a memory I’ll never forget
These are a few of my favorite things
Eve was made from Adam's rib bone
So does tha...

by Nola Debera Leech

added by nolaleech1212
3 months ago

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Who wrote the 1892 poem Gunga Din?
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