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  • juddarwin

    Haiku. U, yes is you, 21. Writing in progress by juddarwin

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    18 words
  • armadillozenith

    Uncle Willurby by armadillozenith

    He always was ready waiting for us: either by the front steps or on the verandah bench or just walking round from his toolshed garage.

    We’d say “Uncle, make the owl’s eyes”, and he’d laugh.

    1995 words
  • ryan  munson

    Untitled by ryan munson

    Freedom sings and falls

    35 words
  • Charldia

    When the Darkness Falls by Charldia

    Tossing and turning, unable to sleep
    Overwhelmed by sadness and despair
    This heartache and pain run deep
    Dear Jesus, let me lay it at your feet.…

    I can’t breathe, I feel like I’m drowning
    Being pulled dow

    115 words
  • Polly Peacock

    When You Glow by Polly Peacock

    When my creator flows creativity through me, I have a bright, shiny glow!

    12 words
  • Charldia

    Rowing the Last Mile by Charldia

    Row, row, row your boat
    Gently down the stream
    But rowing down this River of Life
    Isn’t as easy it seems.…

    There’s been choppy waters
    And the weather’s been rough.
    There’s been shallows and deeps
    Rocky bott

    189 words
  • Nadya Johnson

    ET's Mistake by Nadya Johnson

    Be careful where you drink! There could be some Strange Creatures in the joint.

    533 words
  • Charldia

    Patiently Waiting by Charldia

    It’s so cold here without you,
    No sun to warm my face
    My heart is so heavy
    It beats with unsyncappated pace.…

    This wilderness through which I travel
    Is desolate, dark and bare
    I search for a glimmer of h

    238 words
  • Charldia

    Leave It There by Charldia

    Sniffles and sobs, tears running down her cheeks, the little girl ran to her Daddy.
    “Daddy, Daddy”, she cried, I broke my dolly’s head off. Can you fix it?…

    Her Daddy hugged her, took the doll and star

    351 words
  • Charldia

    The Cauldron of Emotions by Charldia

    A cauldron of emotions bubbling and brewing inside
    Some make us proud, some we want to hide.
    Some emotions run parallel, never to intersect
    Some separated by a very thin line, others by chasms wide.
    Pain…

    261 words
  • Charldia

    A World of Betrayal by Charldia

    Betrayal is a venomous serpent
    Coiled around a breaking heart
    Poised waiting to strike for the main attack
    To destroy a soul with that final lethal bite…

    You gave your heart, you gave your all
    To the lov

    606 words
  • Charldia

    Remold My Heart and Mind by Charldia

    Lately I’ve been dwelling on unfulfilled dreams
    Things not accomplished, goals not yet achieved
    Bucket list: not one crossed off, insurmountable debt
    My mind in constant turmoil, it never seems to rest
    A…

    247 words
  • Anthony DiMichele

    the tent by Anthony DiMichele

    wherever I was headed I was well on my way already
    the scenery changed
    constantly
    every minute folded itself into the hours
    of daylight
    while the dream’s light dissolved into dust
    on the polished sheen
    shor…

    245 words
  • Charldia

    Mighty Ocean by Charldia

    Some days some places I gaze upon
    your emerald beauty as the sun dances on your surface.
    Other days other places I get lost
    in your sapphire blue crystal tranquility.
    I’m drawn into your power, step wil…

    138 words
  • Charldia

    Wolfsbane (Written Work Only) by Charldia

    The Wolfsbane blooms in the full moonlight,
    The eerie fog rises in the blackest night.
    A man once bitten, now he turns
    Into a beast whose soul with hell fire burns.
    The animal’s instincts takes control,
    B…

    215 words
  • Anthony DiMichele

    Every Single Time by Anthony DiMichele

    Every Single Time…

    I am sorry to use the word cataclysm
    on the skin of a fire
    in an oceanic dream state
    fixated on bottomlands
    we would be ancient
    to shed and recolonize
    *

    you can’t know how I am smiling
    whi

    161 words
  • Charldia

    The Siren's Song by Charldia

    The siren continued her deceptive tune
    Skillfully, purposely spinning her silky soft web
    Like mindless fools driven by lustful desires
    Uncaring if caught, willingly stayed tangled in her bed.

    213 words
  • Anthony DiMichele

    talking to the moon by Anthony DiMichele

    talking on the phone and watering the garden
    I once saw a station wagon compacted into a hay bale
    the nightmare spectacle has nothing glorious about it
    high rises tilt toward the ground
    anti-gravity …

    280 words