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I am a young poet from South Dakota who draws most of her inspiration from the Romantic Era and the nature surrounding me. I love drawing, history, and clothing.

Submitted Poems 9 total


I lean't to kiss your knuckles bare
Your hand ripp'd from me quite aware
"I'll turn you gold if you dare,
touch me on my left hand there."

I simply laughed and shrugged it off
"You worry so, and doubt enough"
I controlled my atoms very well...

by Kellen Anderson

added 8 months ago

In the white, fertile fields of heaven
where infinite blessings flow;
on February twice seven,
with your honeybee wings, you go.

You weren't perfect,
None of us are.
But now you sit upon
the morning star.

Your aunt must've wept

by Kellen Anderson

added 1 year ago
Among These Dark, Satanic Mills

The rain smelt of dust
As old as England herself
And on that stoney moor
Or on the canal's shore
The heather and heath
their fortune bequeath'd
Is worth just as much
as the cotton and such
and the porcelain we blow'd
dropped along the old...

by Kellen Anderson

added 1 year ago
Flowering Flames

Hell is subjective.
Hell is personally tailored, fit like a black suit.
You wear that suit to your own funeral,
It fits you well.
Who on Earth is to know where hell is?
All mortals find it underground,
But diamonds are found underground

by Kellen Anderson

added 1 year ago
Song for the Hypocrites

You all preach hypocrisy
You preach to end violence,
to call off harassment,
To make peace,
When you all wage a war against those who do not.
Do you not see that you're putting cheese down without setting a trap?
You only feed the rats

by Kellen Anderson

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