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Bibliophilia

- Immersed inside a book outside a store The lady stopped, involved in stories deep. To break into her mind might prove a boor But surely one could ask to take a peep. What novel had she found inside ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Added: 17 Oct 2020

Like a rising ball of magma

- Few can see it coming But oh yes it will come Like a rising ball of magma As hot as the burning sun Through the rock it is pushing Building, rising every day Maybe you cannot see it Maybe you hope i...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 12 Oct 2020

From a Distance

- Her visage glimpsed above a balustrade And from a distance wonderment arose. Enchanting, pristine character most staid, Serenely dreaming, peaceful, at repose. Perhaps she is not tranquil deep insid...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 27 Aug 2020

The Old Poet With Two Lovers

- I'd been sent by my editor to interview a local poet on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday. The poet was a well-known face around town, but was now in a retirement home. "Be sensitive," my edito...

By: blackdog | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 23 Jul 2020

May We Return

- May we return to the place, we've never been? I knew you once when we were young, you must have lived before. Yearning for a time when youth enveloped me in joy; were you there? It seems you must ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 20 Jul 2020

Yes Man

- You taught me to be a 'yes man' You ground me down like salt I once was full of questions Now I ignore every fault You taught me to be a 'yes man' You hated to hear 'no' So if you walk towards a cli...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 18 Jul 2020

The Embers of Tranquillity

- As I sit upon the meadow, a dreamlike world at ease, the rushes, elms, and grasses, caressed by lazy evening breeze. The sunset glows on honeyed towers, the gentle river flows behind, if only this c...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 13 Jul 2020

I can

- In a fog of dread, I'm cast away To drift unnoticed through the bay Of timid flame, and fight forgot I clutch the mast of “I cannot” But deep inside, the embers burn With trial and error, I slowly l...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 08 Jul 2020

Alone

- Alone, forever alone, I shall now be, sailing lonesome across a stormy sea, until angry waves flood my boat, and all that's left are the words I wrote.

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 03 Jul 2020

Drained

- Your face says it all, you are going I plead like I'm sent to the noose No combination of begs I find working Tears gush through a wide-open sluice Joy pours away, I am leaking Dread fills the vacuu...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 30 Jun 2020

The Wang-wang-pede

- A wang-wang-pede rose from 'neath the sea And sclobbered towards the beach On seven and twenty tenticlaws With a retching craw-craw screech He flared his squinty nostrils Then snapped his clack-clac...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 28 Jun 2020

I am the sea

- As I sit upon the ancient sand With the faithful sun above My eyes relax in hypnotic calm As the sea laps with eternal love Swashing waves of tenderness Push up the satin shore Gentle hands of massa...

By: Phoenix_Black | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 22 Jun 2020

Quarantine

- The effervescent weightlessness shattered Fractures of delight mingled in the air Puncturing, slicing, battered Strange how the intangible can tear    Scrambling with haste Eye's flaming with v...

By: SilverJaye | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Apr 2020

Inside

- With an open mouth, I breathed you inside,  Fearlessly, you nested in my ribcage, Hanging bobbles, you settled in for the ride My heartbeat bare, center stage    You slept soundlessly on my lung...

By: SilverJaye | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 19 Apr 2020

Flowers and Wine

- Gifts were left upon your front doorstep. Flower bulbs to plant, then sprout and bloom. Bottled wine from vineyards near and far. The ones who know you best display concern. Their hopes and dreams, a...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 06 Apr 2020

Beyond Normal Living

- My heart beats for a bright-eyed maiden. by loving example she teaches me the art of living. I will share a glimpse of her view, an experience she shares of how to exist beyond normal living: “Whil...

By: chippihc | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 08 Feb 2020

And When The Morning Comes

- Do we know, can we see, will we feel what we've known, what we've seen, what we've felt. At the moments we knew, simply seeing, and feeling, that instant, most precious,  the most treasured point in...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 14 Jan 2020

Cancer Be Damned

- I lost a friend today  She was a shining star She fought every day She really came far    She lost her mom today Who was loving and kind Her battle lasted years  Now her kids are in a bind  ...

By: tonyal | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Dec 2019

Always Know the Context! These are NOT “dirty” Christmas Limericks!

- Santa gave out a big a whack right after an elf squeezed his sack! The elf had no reason but it’s Christmas season so Santa just cut him some slack. (He squeezed Santa’s toy sack. Delicate, breakable...

By: rantingsenior | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.9| Added: 19 Dec 2019

All That Matters

- "I adore you" The words were spoken heard and accepted with gratitude and delight Not always offered aloud in the past even when understood within the trust of a heart in need The adoration of a c...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Nov 2019

Meg's New Sonnet

- Her natural scent imbues him with a need, As blooming flowers in the fields of May Intoxicate his mind and heart, indeed, Refreshing, craving on a summer day. His natural scent creates a homey clime...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 03 Nov 2019

She Waves At Trains

- My lady is so naive she still waves at trains whenever they pass by just hoping that the engineers might see and someday, perhaps, to make her day they'll pull the whistle loudly just for her. Just ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Oct 2019

Your Hand in Mine

- Tonight's my turn for spooning you had a go last night tomorrow is still coming no worries in our sight Together we're ascending each step we're holding hands approaching near Nirvana it's time for ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Sep 2019

Walking Away

- All of our regrets will be gone as soon as we have passed beyond. Beyond the aches, the sorrows, all will pass away. But the love will live, it simply will not die. Is this understood my precious,...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 06 Aug 2019

More Grandly Than We Knew

- This is true if all else fails, we traveled much we two, within our hearts, between our minds, remembering more, much more, teaching you and reaching me more grandly than we knew. So much has been t...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Jul 2019

We Shall Have No Fear

- You welcomed me, allowed me in so unafraid of love. You simply realized once more how right it is to love. To garner love and share it as often as you may. To say it, often, now and then before yo...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Jun 2019

Remembrance of Things to Come

- Memories Of the past The present The future Walking out into a winter landscape The freedom The crispness So fresh Ice between tiny toes will chill  And a little ballerina paw lifts Pick up the pup...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 05 Jun 2019

If I Knew You When

- If I knew you when back then when love was young Back when the drinks flowed  freely to fill the favored need Back when the touches flowered grew so  abundantly Back when the blossoms soared  waft...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 13 May 2019

take yourself away (the place where our tears go #2)

- she took herself away too soon at sixteen could’ve given a single try to what she was but it wasn’t her call a tattoo of a finger around her face i must’ve looked for her five times, mayb...

By: lonelybalboa | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 08 May 2019

naked to flicker (the place where our tears go #1)

- nothing what am i that just that i feel it real deep under the skin above my scratched fingernails that smell like your smell your baggy clothes oh they hide you and your shapes like a ...

By: lonelybalboa | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 04 May 2019

Seductive Weaponry

- Sitting in city squares in a time of springlike air filled with fragrant alluring pastimes our worlds mellowed conjoined  in friendship so melodic One saw the seductive weaponry that she had acquire...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Apr 2019

And Really All They Wanted

- So tired as you approach the very end You roam inside with gentle wondering. Consider if you really want it all. To do it one more time, or even more. To do romantic things that fill your days, To ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 07 Mar 2019

Temperate Rainforest of Emotions

- Joined, once upon a time.  Innocent young lovers blending themselves. Joined together within the primeval femininity that they shared. There in the understory of emerald green sensibilities. The ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 01 Mar 2019

The Chambers of Your Heart

- May it resonate within When I touch your trembling skin, Echo deep inside the chambers of your heart; Deep within the giggly chambers of your heart. Like a schoolgirl you may clap When I hold you in...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.8| Added: 09 Feb 2019

Waking Up

- One day you wake up And you're three years old At three, there are no worries You go with the flow so to speak Then you go to sleep When you wake, you're thirteen Life seems difficult, but it's not ...

By: Collapsed_Universe | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 27 Jan 2019

Forgive This Poem

- This poem will start with an “I’m sorry” But it will not be meant  Because yes it hears the birds chirping And sees the flowers sway in the warmed breeze The sun is shining upon its face But the...

By: AvrgBlkGrl | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 15 Jan 2019

Songs of Seasons from the Past

- Hear the melodies of seasons from the past Hum along the verdant pathways in my mind Subtle tempers of the years That may echo with a chanting With ballades of gentle cooing in my ears  Warbling Pur...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 11 Jan 2019

So Many Lies

- So many secrets, so many lies, So many times we hid from their eyes. Something about you, elegant grace, Drew me to try to light up your face.  When will you seek me, when will you come. When may w...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Dec 2018

Our Time Will Not Run Out

- The concept we invented  Within the human mind The passage of our lives Is Time for everyone  It seems that Time is warping  Keeps warping as we age It bends Contorts  To make us lose The fabric of...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 07 Dec 2018

The Revolutions Began

- As time passed It could be truly dull and grating tediousness It was the same The same over and over again The world lived and was  Life lived and died It passed in deliberate inertia As did t...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 09 Nov 2018

Randomness

- Random rhymes: punchy, munchy scrunchy, bouncy, jiggly, hunchy, Loosely, widely, funky, Stinking, rotten, clunky * Save it. Saved. Is it any good? Unlikely, so... Don't get your hopes up - ...

By: gypsy | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 29 Sep 2018

What Is The Point?

- There is no doubt that poetry has a unique ability to move the human spirit; an ability shared only with music and far more so than even the greatest prose, however impassioned. It is, therefore, no ...

By: Kavyansh | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 27 Sep 2018

Interstate 420

- There is no Interstate called Four Twenty, No one can tell me how to go there, now. No entry ramps, no exits one might see, But, still, I dream I'll get there, anyhow. The neon sign still glows so b...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Sep 2018

Perfection Complete

- It's a holiday in Corfu When her arms encircle me. And the pulsing of her bloodstream Sending trembles through my flesh, She's perfection most complete. There's a pause, I see her smiling With a tw...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 05 Sep 2018

Dusty Sunlit Swirls

- So far away the prairies range my love The vistas And the memories As well We pause our gaze in recognition now Because we passed this way once long ago And in a hollow rests the storied barn  Its ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 15 Aug 2018

Meg's Sonnet

- The lovely sunrise each and every day The chirping birds that sing without a care The echoed laughs of children as they play The whispered words of lovers as they share The flowers grazing by our fi...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 28 Jul 2018

Just Your Smile

- It's really just the smile That tells it all. A smile that seems transcendent To our core. Complete fulfillment,  Existential bliss  For every beating heart that feels its Glow. A happy smile of j...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 17 Jun 2018

In Huckleberry Wine

- In huckleberry wine they soared  Serenely and rhapsodically Among the gracefully delectable scents of lavender Tripping in pulchritude laden steps of bliss Singing out melodically trembling notes Sp...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 05 Jun 2018

That Thing I Do

- You know that thing I do You know that thing That sets your heart to beating Thump... thump... pounding pulse In time with mine That sets your legs to trembling Shake... shake... shivery quake In t...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 May 2018

Gentle, the Touch We Share

- My darling at my side, she feels my giddy pride, The singing of the wheels a serenade As the touch of mystery joins we two together once again, Double digits frolic...            who knows where or w...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 08 May 2018

Never So Wrong

- You started it all With a touch to my cheek And the smile that just lit up your eyes. Twas a frisson Of mystery and depth, Of ecstatic delight through the night. All the untoward spasms and shivers...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 25 Apr 2018

Darling, Kiss Me

- This poem may be sung using the music of " La Complainte du Partisan " ("The Partisan"), a song about the French Resistance in World War II. The song was written in 1943 in London by Emmanuel d'Asti...

By: Survivor | Category: Songs | Score: 5| Added: 31 Mar 2018

A Somethin' Kind of Day

- We have what we have, A somethin' kind of day Is really somethin' little darlin' A somethin' kind of guy A somethin' kind of lady That's what we are When it comes to seein' dreams of what may come...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Mar 2018

A guy I knew

- There's a guy I know I love him so I have to no avail To try to tell him so He never seems to know what I am trying to say He just walks away But one day he will See me walk away Never again hear m...

By: Queen23 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Feb 2018

You And I Must Recall

- You and I must recall How we swayed in the Spring on the Champs-Élysees How we whirled all about in a Viennese waltz How we skipped around Rome, and we spun near the old Spanish Steps You and I must...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 4.4| Added: 20 Feb 2018

Walled City

- Night falls when it seems I am alone, and I know all those things I have learned need to be remembered for the future, more especially the truth and not those lies that can be found in-between most t...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Memoirs | Score: 0| Added: 03 Feb 2018

Inside

- The love we let subside, the fear we try to so hard to hide, the hopes we dare not speak, and the nightmares we keep alive   Whether it's depression's blight, jealousy's sabotaging bite, or si...

By: Sicarium | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 31 Jan 2018

Millionaire of Love

- "Who am I but a millionaire of love." That is what I whisper to my darling one In her sleep I gently breathe her essence in and smile Knowing we must never part in this life No, not yet It seems I ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 31 Jan 2018

Roses

- Red and oh so opulent. Petals against your skin like exquisite satin, soft and oh so beautiful.

By: LovelyTiff | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 19 Jan 2018

Are they There

- And after we're gone who'll remember to care Despair waiting there for the loss all will bear For the loss  For the loss They show love and despair We will never return But remember to care Kn...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 05 Jan 2018

Pania of the reef

- Still and silent stream in the midnight dark Resting amongst the flax is the night sky beauty herself Quenching a thirst from the sweet, still waters Winds that whisper vows and carry the faintest of...

By: LauraDanielle | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 31 Dec 2017 Audio version available

Before There Was We

- Before there was we there was you And when you were young all was new. Do you think about that. I still do. Before there was we there was you. *** Before there was we there was me And when I was y...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 03 Dec 2017

Blissful Distractions

- The damp discolored leaves pile themselves onto the earth below their previous home. Unable to handle the torture bestowed upon them. The cold kills the weak. The last of the rain throws itself onto ...

By: nykoda | Category: General | Score: 5| Added: 20 Nov 2017

A Choice

- I know what it means to stand alone, to be of the faceless and unknown, one of the unwanted and unloved, the condemned and shunned   To stand on the precipice of your own demise, with nothing t...

By: Sicarium | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 16 Nov 2017

Take Me From Babylon

- Standing out here out on a mesa in these high desert plains and hearing what sounds like voices on the wind that’s softly blowing, and I am stretching imagination and nerves to hear what they seem to...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 07 Nov 2017

For What It’s Worth

- Standing here and knowing that we are all flawed and at times seem to be stuck with the things we aren’t proud of, along with the decisions that we have made that turn into those thoughts that tortur...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 26 Oct 2017

An Angel Beside Him

- An angel rode beside him  This we believe was true  What else could have saved him  A crash only survived by few The doe just wanted to eat He held tight to the wheel  As it ran across the street Th...

By: tonyal | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 24 Oct 2017

North Delta

- Remembering a time walking all alone in the Southern rain, and passing by both graveyards and battlefields along with the forests and the fields that stand here under both the moon and the sun’s dark...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 04 Oct 2017

Tell Tale Signs

- Every step of the way we walk the line and in most cases, we get what we deserve, as your days are numbered and so are mine. While time seems to be piling up as we seem to struggle and scrape with th...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 23 Sep 2017

In A Lifetime

- Shadows are falling, and I have been standing here all day, with time seeming to be running away and there is no reason to really be anywhere. It feels like my sense of humanity is slowly going down ...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 17 Sep 2017

Blue Lamp

- Every second is a life time with every minute bringing you closer to God, with nothing seen but red lights which make your body seem to burn. With a minute in the sunshine seems to translate sometime...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 07 Sep 2017

Whisperers

- S eeing the Devil sitting on the doorstep telling everyone how to live, and what about the place we call home? With there being so many times it seems we live out our lives as if we are in chains an...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 06 Sep 2017

A Moment on the Way to Your Peak

- With all our chasing here and there, we get so busy with life’s chores, we barely have time for air, while we constantly seek more Stop for just a moment, leave behind the daily grind, all the worri...

By: Sicarium | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 17 Aug 2017

City Lights

- A warm and muggy night, a frenzied city in respite, the clouds overhead shine, from all the city lights Concrete blocks stacked to the sky, reaching to the clouds up high, within a city of millions,...

By: Sicarium | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 16 Aug 2017

Let the Wind Caress Your Cheek

- Let the wind caress your cheek When I am not here When I must be far away Knowing I will return if I may To touch you with my fingertips Once more Caressing your cheek The way that only I can Let th...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 14 Aug 2017

The Cabin in the Mist

- Upon the dewy vale alights The misty morning shroud A rustic shack upon the heights Is cloaked within the cloud   I take a breath to view the sight And pause my weary climb While o'er my head ...

By: LaJumelleMauvaise | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 08 Aug 2017

On These Days

- Some days are worse than others But just the same, some days are better than others And when there not a lot goes through my mind  I feel like I'm not enough  Or like what I do won't make a diffe...

By: Living_A_Horror | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 28 Jul 2017

Loving you

- I was told I couldn't love anyone if I didn't love myself But that's not what my heart says when I look at a picture of you  That's not what my mind says when I hear your name That's not what my b...

By: Living_A_Horror | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Jul 2017

Instruments of Pain

- Sticks and stones are vicious things, The hurt they bring intense. Whips and chains make chosen pain In careful increments. Words are better -- stronger tools. Brutal, ruthless, savage. They break n...

By: oceanrunner | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 23 Jul 2017

Embrace

- All our eyes have seen all that lives and breathes along with each beloved face written in the stars, and now we should let the day just begin. With all coming face to face as distant thunder can be ...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 4| Added: 06 Jul 2017

Dear Lover

- Dear Lover, just one last time take me into your arms hold me close. Love me. Remind me of the reasons the reasons I should stay though we both know, I must walk away. You deserve more than I can g...

By: LovelyTiff | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 03 Jul 2017

Left-Handed Compliment

- Sipping a cool soda on a hot summer day Reaching out to touch her left hand Paying her a left-handed compliment With grace, she pays it back My beauty My proud beauty Touching with the left hand of ...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 02 Jul 2017

Exoergic

- There seems to be something in the air, with most knowing it’s right and the lamp is burning low with the air being silent in the darkness held at bay by the lamp’s feeble light on this winter night....

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 19 Jun 2017

Ennui

- Apathy clung suffocating her Inhaling boredom, exhaling emptiness Daily life a blur She welcomed change with bitterness Her bones wracked with discomfort Weighted down by inferiority Complete annihi...

By: SilverJaye | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 16 Jun 2017

Seven Types of Thunder

- Seems I was born in a thunderstorm and been where the demons go, having found solace in that one inch no one can touch deep in my mind where the winds never blow. I am still breathing, and have survi...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 05 Jun 2017

Passchendaele

- Still I go walkin’ after midnight and go walkin’ for miles after the guns have gone silent, and after most of the wounds have healed. Tryin’ to recall those words I could never say when that long dar...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 31 May 2017

Alberta Clipper 3: Fifteen Minute Flame(s)

- Standing here taking in all of what was seen, and wondering if I act accordingly will each minute count for something in all eternity? With conviction seeming to be following all the accusations made...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 28 May 2017

May We Not Forget

- We may not let our heroes fade with time Lest martyrs be erased from honor's scroll We must make sure the memories stay sublime Of deeds that still define our nation's soul Collectively we share the...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 May 2017

Queen Creek

- Wondering if I have a choice if I stand my ground and if my voice will be heard? Holding on to the lessons hard fought and won in the past, with only you and I standing together in the city streets w...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 13 May 2017

To the Bone

- To the bone, flayed through flesh and torn away from the tendons and ligaments of a tortured body. Moans of regret, mourning sensitivity, singular loss before the dawning of renewed passion. You ha...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 10 May 2017

Next Stop

- It's crazy what you can find inside your mind sometimes. Scary, at the very least, and yet it comes in rhymes. Sometimes.  I stepped up to someone I thought I knew, but it wasn't you. You knew it to...

By: adi_me | Category: Musings | Score: 4.9| Added: 05 May 2017

Rolling Thunder Blues

- Sooner or later the time and the day will come that we can’t hide anymore from those things we have done, and sometimes lost is the best place to be and if they think you have no direction doesn’t me...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 03 May 2017

Lost in the sky

- I am just a balloon lost in the sky. A friend and victim of the four winds. Where does a man belong? Where does he truly live? Only reflected within his lover's eye. Me? I am just a balloon lost...

By: Time | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 04 May 2017

Form the sibcoonsious i explane and justify

- It cost me a lot of skin to learn the language of poetry. But then again, yesterday, I was painting my walls with an apology that was in the end self serving and far too long. I never could leave a...

By: Time | Category: Poetry | Score: 0| Added: 03 May 2017

Public incentive

- Sometimes I think I live on the dark side of paradise. Living under the setting sun without shelter. Pushing sin through my veins without remorse or covatry. Subliminal candle flames and a mind-al...

By: Time | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 02 May 2017

Day Is Done

- The day is done, and we are still yet one The sun sets soon and roams its way to dawn When we may once more feel our love renewed Enraptured by the passions we've both shared To watch the setting su...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 30 Apr 2017

French Kiss

- It's just a chance we live; we die in France. It could be anywhere that love may thrive But this is where we did our lover's dance. Our lustful joys will flourish, still, survive, A lover's touch ca...

By: Survivor | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 20 Apr 2017

We Danced

- "Don’t look back," she said, and both of us were victims of the night, and we were also it seemed to be each other’s form of physical kryptonite, and somehow, I knew we were bound to be together. She...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Romance | Score: 4.8| Added: 12 Apr 2017

Alberta Clipper 2: We Are All Flawed

- I am not who most think I am and I am not a traitor to those and those things I believe in, and I know there are worse things than death and carry my mistakes as I try to hide all of my regrets. I ha...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Memoirs | Score: 5| Added: 11 Apr 2017

Alberta Clipper 1: Down The Highway

- The streets are getting’ empty, and I’m keeping a low profile as I head on down the line, out here on the fringes of the night as the last midnight train pulls out and won’t be back. Finding myself t...

By: Shotgun011 | Category: Memoirs | Score: 5| Added: 06 Apr 2017