A Tower by Arthur Naruszewicz Here I felt the ocean tide caress each speck of sand As it slid further and further away Receding to the far reaches of nowhere…

Loosing Faith by AzealAngel As a child believing in you was easier, more simplistic Now when bad things happen, I question Why? What did I do to deserve this? I…

Café on the Corner by April Caddigan He couldn’t afford this, Probably saved his whole paycheck But here he was, At my table again, One of three I wait on…

Shattered Dream by Gabrielle Hamberger All the things I thought we'd be, All the things I thought we'd see, I would hold so close to me! Were it not for…

For Honour & Glory by Joe Fogg I've seen religious belief Bring nothing but grief When holy soldiers lives Can be remembered by their wives With nothing but a…

BABEL by clara eliot Babble of tongues on the beach, To my right Italian, I can listen and the lilt admits me invisibly into their world. To my left Greek,…

See-Through Houses by Adelaide Caron Dyson See-through houses, abandoned, on the high plains. Lonely vestiges of failed dreams… Roses gone wild, and in the…

With Teeth by CR Cubbison Black and white portraits frame the hallway. Bitter angst wallows pouring from tragic haste. Dusted corners reveal neglect and tinted…

Draped In Cotton by Laura Michelle Oh blue, oh blue skies have no flaw, no cloud only what is crisp, cold, frozen color How pure, how blemish less this sky…

alone with a cup of coffee. by bayley dodd chain-smoking cheap menthols in the company of city lights. inescapable woe with smog and black coffee; where is it…

U.F.O by Andy fardell it started out so well no day of loving hell until i saw the lights then life changed… breakout hell I thought it was a plane until it…

A Blackbird Singing by R.S. Thomas It seems wrong that out of this bird, Black, bold, a suggestion of dark Places about it, there yet should come Such rich…

Unstable by Jessie I live each day on this tightrope– Teetering back and forth, Knowing that at any moment, I could stumble and F a l l d o w n . . . If I try…

Nature is what we see by Emily Dickinson “Nature” is what we see— The Hill—the Afternoon— Squirrel—Eclipse—the Bumble bee— Nay—Nature is Heaven— Nature is what…

Bridge over the river Us by brian carlin And- Comes between youme. ConnectorAndBridge, Unobtrusively. A wall, a barrier to me. And- Sneaking in heartsoul. And-…

Field of Fireflies by Abbey Like phosphorescent steam, fireflies rise in whorls from sleeping bean fields.

Handle with care. by Sarah Reimink When someone cries, they shouldn't be alone. When someone cries and you're there, don't just look at them. When a friend…

The Roman Temple of Évora, also referred to as the Templo de Diana (after Diana, the ancient Roman goddess of the moon, the hunt, and chastity) is an ancient…
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