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mzhang0309   Junior Editor

a lost soul with a love for literature

Submitted Poems 14 total


Red. The color of passion. Red is often associated with love, a feeling so great it cannot be described. Love the science which could never truly be explained, as the poets say. Love is your chest feeling so full it’s on the verge of bursting. It is...

by meg

added by mzhang0309
10 months ago

i dont not want to live

I don’t not want to live
In other words I want to live
Not like this in a concrete cage
I want to experience life
At every turn and direction and age
For every smile and tear and strife
I want to stand on the back of a bike
And scream in the rain...

by meg

added by mzhang0309
10 months ago

joyful little beings

As I sit here observing, late at night, when all the souls are sleeping, I see the fairies come out to play.
The twinkling, dancing, laughing fairies.
Colors of all kind, intertwining in the branches of the evergreen.
They look like joyful little...

by meg

added by mzhang0309
11 months ago

it's ending?

Why does it feel like the world is ending?
My lungs cannot breathe. They feel shallow and full at the same time.
My head feels full but hollow all at the once.
Why is the world ending?
It doesn’t make sense.
My life is ending because I don’t...

by meg

added by mzhang0309
11 months ago

winter II

The night falls
The moon swells
To embrace me
With her beautiful terrifying darkness
I lay in a bed of soft white fragments
Alone looking up at the clouds
As the snow blankets the sound of my thoughts
And the peace drowns...

by meg

added by mzhang0309
11 months ago

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