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  • juddarwin

    life/death, no paradox 2 (thanks! RosaCobos) by juddarwin

    what we pass on’s
    not our children
    but our bio
    ‘more stars than sands!’

    e’en in the prick
    of the needle
    a universe,
    if: sands/dust
    stars of other

    more mini
    our sand…

    282 words
  • juddarwin

    unscroled haiku auto bio truths / the kiss by juddarwin

    it grows, deaths shadow
    death, e’en though no body there
    takes corpses all, he.
    but, first the fingers
    oh no, just the nails thereof
    regular as hair
    & then my body
    well rot, then, the food for him…

    127 words

    Why Eggs for Easter? by HELUA

    The habit of eating Eggs at Easter has to do with celebrating the Fertility of the animated Nature. In the great Finnish epos of Kalevala the World is Created out of a Waterbird´s Egg.

    286 words
  • JohnDSmith

    THE JOURNAL by JohnDSmith

    “Prairie Home”

    In the wall`s of this old house,I found this dusty old journal.
    A young lad wrote that his dad built this house in the year 1903.He was eight years old at that t…

    322 words
  • JohnDSmith

    Blow Wind Blow........(POEM) by JohnDSmith

    When I was looking at this old house the wind was blowing about 40 miles an hour,with gust way over 50 miles an hour.
    I couldn`t help but wonder why this house didn`t just blow over,…
    Then it sta

    207 words
  • Gerry  Temple

    Ancient Church Stones by Gerry Temple

    If stones could speak what tales could they tell
    Dragged from the hillside by beast or man
    Cleared from barren slopes by the starving
    But even in their worst moments time for prayer
    To take these rugged …

    123 words