Who is Marlon Pitter

The poet doesn't like to talk, so he lets his writing speak for him....
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Marlon Pitter Poems

  • I Know Your Love Is Real
    You don't have to tell me why you love me so
    Darling, when you hold my hand, I know your love is real

    I may never understand the way you feel, ...
  • I Have A Poem
    I have a poem, I have a poem
    My imagination is speaking to me
    It is telling me what to compose
    ...
  • My First Poem
    I used to write stories about real events
    A girl called Michelle inspired me to write poems
    She was writing in a notebook on the counter
    Out of curiosity I asked her what she was writing ...
  • Scientific Experiments
    Medical scientists have secretly done many unlawful experiments on human subjects.
    Politicians and scientists are without doubt the wickedest people on this planet.
    Military scientists have also carried out numerous illegal experiments on people.
    Scientists have kidnapped and murdered many people because of scientific research. ...
  • Labios Españoles
    “Te amo mi querida,” eso es lo que te dije
    El sol brillaba a través de la casa de verano
    Tus labios españoles eran como un clavel rojo
    ...
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Good 80 Long 68 Mind 66 Face 46 Stay 44 Thought 43 Live 43 True 39 Sweet 37 Hold 37


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Imani Jayden: Your writing is beautiful
Abigail gelant: You have a gift of using words to create strong emosions inside a person. Thank you for sharing that gift. Keep writing amazing poems

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Sonnet Lii: What? Dost Thou Mean
 by Michael Drayton

What? Dost thou mean to cheat me of my heart?
To take all mine and give me none again?
Or have thine eyes such magic or that art
That what they get they ever do retain?
Play not the tyrant, but take some remorse;
Rebate thy spleen, if but for pity's sake;
Or, cruel, if thou canst not, let us 'scourse,
And, for one piece of thine, my whole heart take.
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