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Date night

- I would love to kiss your lips when they're moist with wine  and painted red with desire.  Gaze into your eyes where your love smolders  glowing with passions fire. Feel your bodies warm alabaster f...

By: ShamelessFlirt | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Mar 2018

Terrified

- Terrified of everything After what you did to me Terrified of everything It's like I ceased to be Terrified of everything Panic all the time Terrified of everything So I drink too much...

By: Kiera | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 16 Feb 2016

The Worst Christmas Party

- WARNING: Very coarse language used in two places in the dialog. Be warned.  With the holidays approaching I recalled this memory and wanted to share it. So here I am headed to a Christmas party at...

By: The_Count | Category: Memoirs | Score: 5| Added: 27 Nov 2015

Philena: Bottles

- At age five, I had already experienced the loss of a parent. My biological father died of lung cancer. At age six, I had already experienced alcoholism, though not personally. My mom was glued to h...

By: Colors_of_the_Wind | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 24 Sep 2014

A moment of relaxation!

- Listening to the rain hitting the tin roof As the aroma of sweet smelling candles fills the air Slowly twirling my hair up onto the top of my head clipping it there Then undoing the zip and removin...

By: aussie_kitty77 | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 26 Mar 2014

Rambling and Reminiscing

- What is the point of a second hand hat? That, I fear, is a misnomer. Should it not be second head? After all, one wears a hat on the head, so that terminology seems bonkers, to me, at least. Shoes are...

By: Circle_Something | Category: Musings | Score: 5| Added: 04 Oct 2013

A Random Moment, Part 13: A Surprising Moment

- The last van load was finally delivered to Rufus’ flat. “Wow, it’s finally official,” Cynthia sighed. “Not yet,” Rufus smiled. “Huh?” Cynthia was confused. “Here you go!” Rufus fished a key out of...

By: Circle_Something | Category: Flash Fiction | Score: 5| Added: 17 Jun 2013

For Whom the Good Tolls

- (with apologies to 'Papa' Hemingway) In a clean, well-lighted place out of the rain, the man and woman drank wine. The wine was good. They ate the testicles of a young bull that had bravely faced d...

By: Rumple_deWriter | Category: Micro Fiction | Score: 4.7| Added: 18 Nov 2012

Good Wine and Poetry

- They say that wine is best when it has aged, but who are they to say that? What do they know, these experts, about age? What about the grapes, the vines, the sun, the soil, the misty...

By: Sisyphus | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 06 May 2012

Words

- Words Flittered and skittered across the surface of my mind, Had they been caught, pinned down, Written in time I would have had a poem of grace and style, Memorable, perhaps, for its scansion and...

By: gypsy | Category: Poetry | Score: 5| Added: 20 Jul 2011 Audio version available