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The White Sutcase

- This is part of a story I wrote for the writing group.  I was left the unenviable task of saying what happened to Alex when she was 15 years old,  what had happened to the young innocent girl that da...

By: rbo | Category: Thriller | Score: 4.9| Added: 09 May 2017

La Grande Odalisque

- That look she casts over her naked shoulder, the long expanse of smooth alabaster skin. The knowing painter's eye examines ever deeper, while I hardly would know where to begin. The elongated supple ...

By: MayRayn | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.3| Added: 11 May 2016

All For Beauty

- I came so far for Beauty  And she took me down many roads  Confident and Proud, up on the high; Broken and Humbled, down in the low  I traveled so far for Beauty,  Found myself a long way from home  ...

By: WorldNative | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.6| Added: 01 Jul 2015

Masterpiece

- Paint my lips by kissing me Sculpt me in your arms This room shall be our studio Where we create our art Too fluid to be captured And set within a frame Too sacred to be noted Or garner any fame Y...

By: TaliaRussell | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 20 Jun 2015

Natures' Sculpture

- An image captured, Droplets enraptured, Within a crystal glimmer. Refracted lights shimmer, Holding for just a moment, Much more than a quotient. Creatures encapsulated, Not moving nor animated...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 19 Jan 2015

Parts

- I wonder then if that is why I chain you up and steal your eyes? I really need all that you are, become for me a rich bazaar. Give me your lungs to help me breathe, I’ll prise them out with g...

By: blackvamp1 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Oct 2014

Art For Friends' Sake

- A doubting sometimes causes one to ask Does anyone still truly need this art. It often makes one take oneself to task To see attention stop and soon depart. In words one takes great care to share o...

By: LarryFNigh | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 10 Aug 2014

Ethnic Dilemmas 101

- Diaspora  She asks me if I know what this means  Like the seeds of a dandelion  Blown by the harsh winds of intention versus expectation  I am a black woman and the seed  Is the marrow of my spin...

By: AvrgBlkGrl | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 04 Jun 2014

Intoxicating

- Striated banding brews patch work stripes; not a devil's work of art kissing heavens hues, but brush strokes and swipes; an appealing palette a la carte. Pinks, reds, greys and blues; ...

By: CKAcres | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Apr 2014

Lust For Arts

- It's winter and the winds do blow But we are safe inside you know. My metal art upon the wall Is rattling and about to fall. With special hooks I make it tight So it will stay a happy sight. It'...

By: LarryFNigh | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 16 Jan 2014

Why Write.....

- If I could paint, each day I’d be at my easel painting what I think I see across the pond, or if I could carve, each day I’d peel away the wood and find the loon, or heron or duckling ...

By: Sisyphus | Category: Poetry | Score: 2.6| Added: 01 Nov 2013

On Expression: Lines in the Fugue

- Crush rose petals between your fingers, or a mint leaf, and it expresses the beauty of its distinctive essence when it’s bruised. I think people can be like that, creating great art and literature ...

By: fallingdove | Category: Musings | Score: 4.4| Added: 23 Jun 2013

My Own Sonnet, My Own Art

- When I relive the past I find my time Was spent in many hours of heated search For perfect words that never would besmirch A deep intrinsic trust in love of rhyme. And keeping trust my work was not ...

By: LarryFNigh | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 17 Feb 2013

the silent wail

- no womb to take your tears to the hurt, above you – you, only a petite full-grown from a premature fetal fist – forced to let it lurk inside the three hundred ninety grams of it all a...

By: HulyaY | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 08 May 2012

On Poetry and Pain

- It is a blessing that we cry if love we have begins to die and thus we have to face life all alone. If hubby smacks us in the head or wifey cheats in our own bed or doggy chokes on a soft sirloi...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 05 May 2012

From Morning Songs: The Art of Making Soup

- Making soup is alchemy— a brew made from the elements where fire, earth, air and water mingle to concoct a potion that if seasoned well can hypnotize the senses with its taste and nourishmen...

By: Sisyphus | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 13 Mar 2012

Sensual Encounter

- Cradled in my hands, it is safe for you to let go, To follow your true nature. I begin to toy with you, preparing for our evening together. Though gentle, my touch is firm, my intentions ...

By: magnificent1rascal | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 12 Jan 2012

In Praise of Mr Watts

- I see a tragedy before me. I see the result of injustice and bigotry. I see a woman who had the heavy weight of sin placed on her shoulders, a sin considered so great there could be no forgiveness. ...

By: steffanie | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 21 Jul 2011

Her Portrait

- In a chamber suffused with emotion By the light of innumerable dawns, In a house betwixt forests and ocean, Where the briar rose bristles with thorns; There hangs her portrait in splendour, ...

By: Piquet | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.7| Added: 27 May 2011

Realizations

- Today, we had a revelation about something. We call ourselves writers...but isn't writing with a pen and a paper? I don't know, is it? Techinically, what are we? What can we call ourselves? Typers? We...

By: Patrick | Category: Musings | Score: 4.9| Added: 01 Apr 2011

American Lullaby: Chapter One

- She had the most beautiful profile, almost like a deer sniffing the wind, picking up the scent of gunpowder and tobacco and wondering from what direction the bullet might come. In the beginning he lik...

By: Ashleigh | Category: Drama | Score: 4.9| Added: 17 Oct 2010 Editor's Pick