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Kevin Patrick cornwall / Canada, Male, 29
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  • POEM: Pink Slice Of Dawn Haiku by Chenou Liu (8/20/2016 9:58:00 PM)

    A splendid Haiku with bittersweet ending that bares a sadness.

  • POEM: The Messenger by Howard Phillips Lovecraft (8/20/2016 6:00:00 PM)

    After reading Lovecrafts stories you kind of realize Stephen Kings a bit of an amateur when it comes to installing primal fear, not knowing what's beyond the door is more terrifying then known.

  • POEM: Messenger To Mankind by Marianne Reninger (8/20/2016 5:54:00 PM)

    A wonderful memorial to a man who went through one of the worst atrocities perpetuated by other human being. I have never read Night, But I do remember seeing Wiesel interviewed a couple of times, and he came across as a well respected and kind man, which is amazing for the hell he lived. This poem and this man must be read to children, so they cannot forget what happened in the 20th century. Your to right, the world forgets, we have only to look at the fear of the modern world to see that.

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