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Writer, designer, and statistical analyst based in Pittsburgh.

  March 2023     1 month ago

Submitted Poems 24 total


My portraits of the past
remind me of all I have lost.

How cruel this world is
once you have given everything,
and have nothing left to comfort yourself,
as you pace around the barren,
haunted hallway of your life.

All I'll ever be is...

by Ammie-Marie Littke

added 2 months ago
Cruel Intentions

Cruelty amongst humanity knows no boundaries
The web it weaves can ensnare the utmost virtuous
Taunting the innocent with opportune dismay
Empowering the guilty with trials less arduous

It poaches the confidence of assaulted daughters

by Ammie-Marie Littke

added 2 months ago
A Smiling Face

I'm taking it easy if it comes to fate
But for the time I've gotta wait
If you stay to long, inside my memory,
I will trap you in a song tied to a melody.
And I'll keep you there so you can't bother me
And I sat watching a flower
As it was...

by Kristen Marie Rushlow

added 2 months ago
Now Or Never

Let me break it down better...
for you, it's a NOW or never.
I've found my future endeavor;
find yours, or lose it......

by Ammie-Marie Littke

added 3 months ago
Dear Misery

Dear misery,

They never warned me
about your deceitful ways.

Watching your mistakes
has become so much more
than an every day affair.

Sing your vows before
we exchange smoke rings.

Don't answer the door;
fate will be knocking,...

by Ammie-Marie Littke

added 3 months ago

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Latest Comments: 5 total
Thank you! Crazy enough, I wrote this when I was 15 years old. I appreciate your feedback greatly.

2 months ago

Thank you so much for your feedback.

2 months ago

Thank you for the kind words.

5 months ago

Thank you! If you ever have the chance to witness hummingbirds sharing nectar with bees, there's quite a cat-and-mouse game they play in the sky, constantly chasing each other away from their food source. And, in the most unlikely way, even sparrows enjoy nectar, too. 

5 months ago

I appreciate the storytelling and imagery you have depicted in your poem. I haven't studied much of Sylvia Path's poetry, but I feel like I know her and sympathize with her tragic demise. What a bittersweet, beautiful piece of work. 

5 months ago


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