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Fiction
Author: Larissa Lee
ISBN: 1604418508
Subcategory: Poetry
Pages 73 pages
Publisher PublishAmerica (March 23, 2009)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.8
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by Larissa Lee


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Poems by someone with depression, for people with depression.

Joseph Conrad's book was right True evil lies within Our hearts are all as dark as night Filled up with pain and sin. So I just lie there in my bed In my quiet misery The darkness creeping towards my head I will never be free. Florence P. Wordsmith. Poems by Florence P. Wordsmith : 38, 47. prev. This is a nicely structured poem that no doubt covers the feelings of tens of millions of people. Lucky are the happy ones. Greenwolfe 1962 (2/3/2009 11:58:00 AM). The story of a despondent person here. One trapped by her own mind. A very fine poetic treatment and worthy of a serious read. Killing Hope (2/2/2009 3:55:00 PM).

Read Dark Heart from the story Poetry Book by thelittlebluewolf (lunara) with 10 reads. He was there, Looking at the angry roaring skies above, The huge waves from the seas Tried to hold him down, Trying to sink his ship down to the bottom of the sea. suicidal, despression, aboutme. He was there, Looking at the angry roaring skies above, The huge waves from the seas Tried to hold him down, Trying to sink his ship down to the bottom of the se. .His heart was once pure as the fluffy clouds in sunny day, Is now black as the midnight skies. It all start from the small incident, His love one die to save his life,but end up sacrificing her own life for him. He watch her breath slowly, Crimson blood pooling around her paled body, But she still manage to hold the beautiful smile he could never be tired to look a.

The Dark Side of the Heart (Spanish: El lado oscuro del corazón) is a 1992 Argentine drama film directed by Eliseo Subiela. Darío Grandinetti as Oliverio. Sandra Ballesteros as Ana. Nacha Guevara as La Muerte. André Melançon as Erik. Jean Pierre Reguerraz as Gustavo. Mónica Galán as La ex esposa. Inés Vernengo as La ciega.

As the dark one breathes with tremendous hate. The prism alive now filled with the power of light. His blood dripping from the hands of the wingless angel of the dark. The chosen one arriving with a hellish delight. The hunters eyes closed ever so slowly in pure disbelief of what he saw. The murderer of the creator of life was his right hand man who beckoned as his.

Another way of looking at "Dark Side of the Heart" is as, not sci-fi exactly but, speculative fiction. It describes an alternate reality in which words are cash. Not only does Ana stash her Benedetti like gold, but Oliverio pays for meals with poems, walks through a traffic jam panhandling by reciting at likely windows and holding out his hand. Another way of saying it, is that his world doesn't quite exist, or exists just enough less than Ana's or our world exists. has one of these, too).

Every day is followed by night, every light accompanied by shadows. One cannot exist without the other. And yet, most poetry books include only those poems that cover the lighter side of life: friendship, love, romance, patriotism, happiness, faith. To remedy that imbalance, lets take a walk on the other side. Reading these poems wont lift your heart or make you proud. We arent headed to anyones version of a happy place. Our journey is into the depths of human existence, and to the dark side of the heart.