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Kevin Patrick cornwall / Canada, Male, 28
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  • POEM: Hate by Kelly Kurt (8/30/2015 8:39:00 PM)

    Its a powerful drug, for some who have felt abandoned, alone, alienated the sense of getting even by hating people is all to easy, I would be a liar if I said, I have never had intense feelings of anger (that's the reason I write) . But in the end its a meaningless path, its a dark road without any light, so you have to turn away or otherwise keep going at your own destruction. This is a very good, poem mostly because its something I can easily relate to all to well, The last two lines are what complete this work for me, wonderful and insightful. Thank You

  • POEM: Tear (Haiku) by Kelly Kurt (8/30/2015 8:21:00 PM)

    Fantastic Haiku, it may seem simple to come up with a 3 line work, but it takes a precise hand to make it a damn good work.12 words is all it takes to express a bounty of emotion, you should be proud that is an awesome opening line, the entire thing is fantastic, its weird how happiness or sadness can come from one drop.

  • POEM: Ghosts Within Machines by Tanya Stewart Boateng (8/30/2015 8:12:00 PM)

    A lot of cool ideas here, the central I get is about us, human beings as being machines, are we machines or do we make machines to work like us? I like these lines

    Despair behind smiles, pushing for redemption,
    The conscience in chains, raging for freedom,

    so much sadness, yet at the same time also warm for the call of liberation

    Great stuff.

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