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I'm Done With This. About me being fed up with all the ppl who r trying to tell me how to live me life Drowning in the Pain. After the passing of my girlfriend I felt alone and I wanted to die this is how I felt comment and enjoy. It's about an artist, who took his art so close to his heart, that it all ended up everything falling apart. Hidden Darkness Revealed. Here It Comes Death Again. A Deep-Seated Animosity. Over again and Again. No More Lies. In a breath I said I will not tell lies but this to did not work some of you may be glad but I am still looking for you death Short Temper.

Deception Of Love. My Fears. My Scream. Going Crazy? The Bloody Knife.

Evil Little Girl. The Taste Of Death. Dark Void. The Ultimate Destruction.

This is what destroys hope, kills joy, and corrodes the chance of a perfect society. The Black Blade of Love. Becoming A Shadow. Knife based on Lauren Sasel's Knife.

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A poem about death and how gory it can be. It also talks about what a life like mine makes you think about when you are alone. Unwanted No More. Bloody Kisses.

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Blood of a Blade. The darkness surrounds you in a deathly silent blanket of fear and nothing else Dancing To Death. I Miss You My Love Call me when you are alone Sweet Embrace. Insult Yourself. The Dark Bliss of the Unknown. The Horrors of Sin. This is the horrors of sin, the corroding black reality, the terror struck when a crime is committed. The pain I have felt I know your pain Deaf not Dumb.

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My heart will keep on calling you But in fact your soul, emotions and feeling have gone with no When I am alone When I walk alone It's A Mystery. Without you My painful dream Why, you have stopped talking to me My love is lost Our love, within four walls My thoughts on you Alone Within Yourself. I am singing in the rain Again, left alone Dark Betrayal.

I found a poetry generator that lets you choose what words to put into the sentences they have. I combined to of them and got this!!! A Craving for Suicide. I Don't Know You.

Poems from the film ‘Paterson’

In The Line Of Fire. The Vampire Within You. Infliction of Pain. Something wicked this way comes. Haunting Ground. My Last Breath. Sleeping In Darkness. The Last Dance In Blood. My emotions come out only on paper. This is a long poem but I encourage everyone to read it.

Blood Will Suffice. Tainted Blood. Icy Tears. Beautiful Darkness. Sharing The Pain. Would I Betray You. Journey into public spheres with ardent hope and burning fever, would I betray you I spent a mostly silent week with seven others, meditating in the zendo, hiking in the Ventana wilderness and soaking in the sulfurous hot springs. I also passed those seven days reading Mary Oliver, the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who died this week at the age of It is no exaggeration to say that she gave me the blueprint, the road map, for the rest of my life.

Mary Oliver taught me how to live. At the suggestion of our group leader, I bought a couple of Ms. I read her poems about nature — and oh yes, about dogs — silently in my yurt, by the river, and amid the snapdragons, pink roses and yellow asters. Had she been there herself, I could not have found myself more perfectly in tune with her words, her heart, her soul.

It took me by surprise. But that week changed my understanding of poetry. This is repeated in the poem itself to encourage readers to contemplate what it means to be mad. The Sun came up upon the left, Out of the sea came he!

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And he shone bright, and on the right Went down into the sea. Higher and higher every day, Till over the mast at noon-' The Wedding-Guest here beat his breast, For he heard the loud bassoon. The bride hath paced into the hall, Red as a rose is she; Nodding their heads before her goes The merry minstrelsy. Thomas Hardy creates rhythm in his poem "In a Whispering Garden" by combining several examples of alliteration, such as the "s" sound in spirit, speaking, spell, spot, splendid, and soul. That whisper takes the voice Of a Spirit, speaking to me, Close, but invisible, And throws me under a spell At the kindling vision it brings; And for a moment I rejoice, And believe in transcendent things That would make of this muddy earth A spot for the splendid birth Of everlasting lives, Whereto no night arrives; And this gaunt gray gallery A tabernacle of worth On this drab-aired afternoon, When you can barely see Across its hazed lacune If opposite aught there be Of fleshed humanity Wherewith I may commune; Or if the voice so near Be a soul's voice floating here.

Alliteration is a creative tool that gives poetry a memorable rhythm when recited. It's a fun way to play with words that brings out the imagination of both writer and reader, while appealing to children and adults alike. By continuing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Please set a username for yourself. People will see it as Author Name with your public flash cards. Alliteration in Children's Rhymes Tongue twisters can be a fun way to introduce children to alliteration , but stumble on your rhythm and they can be tricky to get right.

Consider this passage from Fox in Socks : Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew. Alliteration in Poetry William Shakespeare's work frequently featured alliteration. In the last line, the "s" in show, substance, and sweet provide a soothing rhythm: For never-resting time leads summer on To hideous winter and confounds him there, Sap checked with frost and lusty leaves quite gone, Beauty o'er-snowed and bareness everywhere.

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