Transgressions #3: Truth'Man is not what he thinks he is;Transgressions #3: Truth by ~angeljunkie
he is what he hides.'
― André Malraux
Everyone lies, from little omissions of fact to harmless white lies to full-on deception. We lie to strangers,
friends and family, ourselves. Sometimes we don't even know we're doing it. These lies become secrets
which eventually become a sort of truth all on their own. We may not even be aware there is a secret
there, but it affects us, shapes us, determines events and outcomes far down the line from when the
initial thing came into being.
'[M]ost people would never know them, but they know there are spaces,
gaps where the answers should be, where someone should have sat,
where someone used to be. A name that is never uttered,
or uttered just once and never again.
We all have our secrets.'
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he would still not love me by ~linenandlicorice
'the problem has never been not understanding what a boy wants
it is understanding, and realizing it is everything that isn't you'
From the very first line it's obvious that this is a poem charged with emotion. It's frustrated, it lashes out, then sinks into despondency. Strong metaphors and appropriate formatting make this poem stand out among those that describe unrequited love.
hyperdontia by ~neonsquiggle
A poem to address reluctance in growing up.
A couple of ~neonsquiggle's deviations caught our collective eyes when were collating this Round-up, but hy
A Little Bit RuinedIt’s long past midnight by the time I make it back to my apartment. The nearby streetlight burned out long ago, and I attempt to open the door with my car key several times before realizing my mistake. I’m not sure how I make that mistake, actually—I have three keys on my key ring, one for the’92 sun faded blue Corrolla, one for the Post Office box that I never check, and one for my apartment. I’ve always envied people who have heavy key rings, the way the metal clicks together in their pockets and jangles when they pulled them out. Having that many keys, I figure, means that you had important things to do, important places to go, places where you would always be safe.
this is about forgettingThis is the thing about forgetting:
Passivitymy teeth are numb from trying
when it all went awayin the dim