April Avalon

Rookie (15.05.1990)

April Avalon Poems

1. Reflections At Four In The Morning 4/15/2008
2. Tomorrow's Exceptional Hero 9/13/2008
3. The Extremes 10/9/2008
4. If 12/10/2011
5. Boundless Sea 1/10/2012
6. World Oblivion 1/10/2012
7. Digits Of Love 1/11/2012
8. Pearls To Diamonds 2/3/2012
9. Loneliness 2/3/2012
10. Greeting Tomorrow 6/11/2012
11. Changes Part Two (November) 11/5/2011
12. Changes 11/5/2011
13. Endlessly 9/15/2009
14. Replay 11/11/2009
15. Hate 11/26/2009
16. White On White 9/25/2011
17. Escapism 11/11/2010
18. Madness 12/12/2010
19. Ignorant Bliss 12/22/2010
20. Evening 2/26/2011
21. Gifting A Dream 2/26/2011
22. Lands Of Forever 2/26/2011
23. Portrait 3/21/2011
24. One Moment 6/16/2011
25. Crimson And Black 6/16/2011
26. Wings 6/16/2011
27. Life Replaced 7/12/2011
28. Sincerity 7/12/2011
29. Reminiscence 7/28/2011
30. Breakdown 8/11/2011
31. Actress 8/11/2011
32. Reverie 8/27/2011
33. Fire 8/27/2011
34. Independent 10/30/2008
35. Novel 2/20/2007
36. Romance Part Two (Hourglass) 10/23/2007
37. The Last Words 11/4/2007
38. Sunday Morning 1/27/2008
39. Not Now 12/4/2008
40. The Game 12/14/2008

Comments about April Avalon

  • Wade Greenway (6/27/2006 4:50:00 PM)

    I love the way you write. Great insight for someone so young.

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Best Poem of April Avalon

Romance Is Dead

A glass of cheap vodka tastes just like depression -
It hurts to be sober tonight.
The mirror reflects such a hideous expression
That I promptly turn off the light.
Some porno, then casual sex with my hand...
Oh damn! This is something I shouldn't have said.
Why don't you believe that I need no boyfriend -
No problems, no worries, no tears, no regret?

Romance is dead,
And so am I,
I can't forget
My perfect lie.
I still recall
The times we had.
Oh well, that's all.
Romance is dead.

I can't fall asleep, so I get on the net,
Where I...

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Independent

She's sitting, sitting alone
With brandy and Winston in hands,
Devouring with her mischievous wild glance
Her already coupled-off friends.
'I'm fine' - her red eyes shout loud,
'We see. What the f-? ' - says the crowd.
She sets her lust racing around the hall,
But no one hears this hopeless call.

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