This poem is based on a true and very sad story about a teenager who was bullied and instead of telling her parents, she ended up hanging herself in her own home. NOTE: the following contains material that may be discouraging to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
Now, I know that jealousy have been used in books, movies, television shows, and poems of all kind before, but this take on jealousy has to be told. This poem tells a defininate story of a farmer who inherited his father's farm, which made his younger brother envious. This then leads to and all out battle between the brothers and as you can well imagine, it doesn't end good. So set back, relax, and enjoy The Farmer's Duel.
This poem speaks of a person dying and their strength--as well al resolve--in the process. It's one of the poems from my upcoming novel, Letters From Heaven: It introduces the 2nd section of my novel (my novel is in sections vs chapters as it consists of "letters," with the introduction of each section written in prose.
I can't really describe this piece but will try to by using some lines in the poem.
"Dried blood, Tiny bones of children,Brave decayed bodies of fathers and the pool of dead women who had in their bosoms their lifeless infants".
I hope you like it and comments will be much appreciated
My fascination with death started early after losing a friend that was only 7 and several relatives. I wrote this about 18 years ago. When you lose a lot of people, a person tends to wonder if death is all that bad.
This is an anti war poem. Its not just about war but also the politics behind it, the moral, the imgaery against the relaity that most people tend not to want to thing exists but it doesn't nevertheless.
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anti shark finning poem. this is poem to raise awareness and the following link will show you the nature of shark finning http://www.stopsharkfinning.net/ . have a look and sign a petition to help the sharks. Thank you
Many people suffer from anxiety, including me. I recently read a book by Samantha Young, On Dublin Street. In the book, the heroine's life is hindered by anxiety. Sometimes anxiety holds us back more than any other obstacles.
Do you have an enemy or someone you loathe so much, you wish he/she died in a terrible accident? Well then, this poem well satisfy your thoughts of death to your enemy. This is not to be taken for granted. This poem is based on thought of death to your enemy and by the end of this poem, you'll learn that what's worst than life with your enemy is life without.