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he returned last knight he looked back over is his shoulder as his partner di not
By Gavin Hall on 03.08.2013
When I returned home, I found out that my dog had dug under neath the back fence and had escaped. I began to search for her calling her name and I eventually found her asleep in her pen! She’d escaped and then had come back and had fallen asleep!
By Morgan on 03.08.2013
Then winter returned
And our lips were too blue to kiss
And the icicles surrounded our eyelashes
Turning us into frosty royalty
By Sasha Renegade on 03.08.2013
turn something thats welcome back.
To borrow something then birng it back.
Never turn back.
Something that should have been done.
a Re again turn to to the Ed
Something that is twisted again.
By abs on 03.08.2013
Suddenly, my consciousness returned. I looked around. Confused. Bewildered. Entirely apathetic. This is what my life has become. A hop from one stream of consciousness to the next.
By John on 03.08.2013
the action of coming back.
By greg lamens on 03.08.2013
I’m waiting. watching. wanting. dreaming. you are so far away, in so many ways. but i know one thing for sure. no matter how dark the night gets, it will always get bright again. and in the brightness, you will return, to me.
By Molly on 03.08.2013
i returned it to you. maybe bent, maybe banged, but i gave it back. you continue throwing this piece of history in my face as if you haven’tasked for it over, and over, pounding into my brain “get over it get over it” just to throw it back “come here, come here love” love. love? love returned.
By talia on 03.08.2013
i returned to see my dad asleep.
I returned to find you here
I returned to find mother missing
By lexi on 03.08.2013
handing back, giving back, returning something you have taken or borrowed from somebody else.
By Noelle URL on 03.08.2013
This is a very exciting word. It is a word that you do wish to see at the bank. When something is returned at the back it is trouble.
By Anita Green on 03.08.2013
I came back from the store, with the house a mess. I returned the shirt for a better one. “I returned the paper back to you”
By Caitlyn Heid on 03.08.2013
birds every spring
By ute on 03.08.2013
so tired from doing nothing
the aches and pains of apathy
so soft sitting solemnly
wishing for another hour
face lined with imprint
let’s just stay here
By mattym on 03.08.2013
I returned to Oneword
to find the word still the same.
At what time of day
does oneword change?
I would like some word play
to warm up like a koozie
By Dio Foxx on 03.08.2013
They returned to the place where they had met
Rumpled bed covers and strewn shoes
Car honking in the background
But once they had returned
Time can never regress
The bed must be made
The shoes must be laced
Time can never return
By Alison on 03.08.2013
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.