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Stealing

Rating: 4.3
The most unusual thing I ever stole? A snowman.
Midnight. He looked magnificent; a tall, white mute
beneath the winter moon. I wanted him, a mate
with a mind as cold as the slice of ice
within my own brain. I started with the head.
Better off dead than giving in, not taking
what you want. He weighed a ton; his torso,
frozen stiff, hugged to my chest, a fierce chill
piercing my gut. Part of the thrill was knowing
that children would cry in the morning. Life's tough.
Sometimes I steal things I don't need. I joy-ride cars
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COMMENTS
mazzles 30 March 2020
i dont like the robot voice but the website is good
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NYANICAL CAT 11 February 2020
odd. im doing this for homework and it is odd
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cords 05 January 2020
I'll be honest, this poem confuses me, but to anyone else studying it, do you think that im right in saying the entire premis ofthe poem is that of a person trying to cope and almost changing their perception of the evets by rationalising it to a snowman? idk
8 4 Reply
EddyB 18 August 2019
Sorry, but I think this is one of the worst poems I've ever read.
6 18 Reply
Floriponcio 15 April 2019
This poem is birrrrriiiingggg
6 11 Reply
Pico teta 15 April 2019
chunchos culiaos se van a la b good poem
3 5 Reply
tulio 15 April 2019
aguante la uc conchetumare
2 5 Reply
Oscar 25 March 2019
Poems pretty lit, good read
7 4 Reply
Dylan 10 May 2018
The depth into the poem is amazing; Shakespeare would be proud
8 9 Reply
chelsea 26 March 2018
hi that is a good one shut upppppppppppppppppppppp
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