TAinted vįŕťues

About TAinted vįŕťues

Awkward silence,
Unworthy embarrassment,
The contorted faces of a thousand cruel laughs,
Then forgotten.
Like a marionette to amuse the crowd,
Strings are pulled,
Strings are cut.
Left in the corner, time elapses.
Who ever thought,
My life might be my death?

Profile of TAinted vįŕťues

  • Age : 18
  • Gender : Male
  • Country : India
  • Joined : Aug 5, 2004
  • Last Visit : 13 years ago
  • Poems : 41
  • Comments : 136
  • Quotes : 7
  • Posts : 65
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Latest Poems By TAinted vįŕťues

  • Dust (3)

    Memories that hide in the dirt,
    hide from the booze in a broken bottle...

  • Tantalizing mists of surreal clouds twist in my...
    As I look into her eyes...

  • Butterflies float in my head
    Jagged wings, bleeding rainbow...

  • Lost in this labyrinthine network of obscure...
    The purgation of my sins immobilzed by rusting...

  • THIS IS BY FAR THE MOST AMBITIOUS WRITE OF...
    I was trekking along the Himalayas and it had just...

Latest Quotes By TAinted vįŕťues


  • "It was the darkness exploded, the darkness molten, and the beauty of it was like the glow of smoldering coals; just enough illumination to show how much darkness there really was."
    -Anne Rice

    13 years ago
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  • If the big bang theory is true. What is outside the expanding universe?

    13 years ago
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  • If god forgives everyone, why do people go to hell?

    13 years ago
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