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  • Poetry > Free Verse
    She puts on a brave face, Seemingly letting people in and confronting her monster She gives it no passing thought or tear in front of them But then, her thighs show her raw sketches, every day in those shorts And her words, they tell otherwise She passes around her poetry in hopes that, what? ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    And she was gone, Dead in her bottle red boots and faded black cat t-shirt Her ballet bun reminiscent against her pale face and violet lined eyes, Closed to the street. But who would really see? Although one death is a tragedy while a million is a statistic soon everyone forgets that one death;...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    The only thought propelling her was to run, anything to get away from the ugly monster thing, from life, reality, her mother, the world of ignorance and lies. Blurring past herself was a “home” a structure labeled to be her mental and physical tortured dwelling. The moon was clear and full, d...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
    Holocaust Journal May 27th 1942 Her name was Beatrix. She was two years old when I sent her away with her father’s aunt. All of our other relations are dead. Her father is God knows where. He disappeared after her birth. She turned three, fourteen days ago, May 13th. My name is Heiidi. I am n...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Not living, undead, state of motions is all there is Go by in silly repertoire unknowing Nothing there yet Starting up at ages 9, 10, 5, or 50 maybe dying already dead Careless but selfless, unsure, paranoia & doubt...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    People pick at ugly bones The grey breeze covers the sky as Nazis with beady unforgiving eyes Easy battle contradicts the little children passing by Little pattering feet hit the ground every half step, skipping An arid hobbling tune picks at your ears For a moment a smile slips across your fac...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Timeless buildings, ancient maze, fields and lakes Open doors, heart beat slows, slight fecal smell Dripping water, sepia 1940’s, light of birch bark City Works unknown, common place, passed day by day The deeper you go into the woods, the quiet whispers fill your head Everywhere you roam som...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Everyday I walk past in safe knowing of the closed gateways Freezing snow at night while slowly melting in dream like state inception by day Open doors, old white trucks, abandoned asylums Why must green trapped cages open in cringing horror Little girls laughing sounds pass you by Screams, exp...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Predominate and all worshipping Wild survival in land free of human harm Solitary, cut off from human civilization all together Reincarnation and Samsara...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Nineteen killed and hung A group of saintly liars Served and crushed with death...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    Should vacant shouts fill my bones I suddenly saw myself fleeting along the pale puckered sky It reminded me of cod the way they held themselves up, those roamers I slipped through easily like butter on rye Passing hobbled cripples, prudish arbitrates, robust groaning and moaning Stop. Blink. B...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Unknown Unclear foggy hallucinations, deloused and roused, sweetness pure and dementia’s succumbing lure Nothing, laughter, screams, daily anthem, creaking trees every direction Surety, human odor, oxygen, clean air Chills down my spine, adrenaline hitting, itchy wool, mud and stones kicking ...
  • Poetry > Haiku
    Simple ever change White and wooden hollow sounds No anger, no pain, there...
  • Poetry > Ballad
    Demolished apart Slightly glanced and unnoticed to those familiar Bloodshed unseen to those passed by, Another tale, another despair wasted and useless Fall against the swinging tree, and hang in the air for those few moments Landing softly in a heap Laughter against the blue skies...
  • Poetry > Ballad
    That girl next to you, Right next to you, Right next to you, On that sky high sea cliff On that mountain side and the end of the world Of earth and terre did not jump. She didn’t because of the fires burning around her, Because of the people who sat in silence staring out at, at creation...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    The world upside down yet not, In the foreboding way the ceiling lights seem to be just right sitting on the floor rather than the ceiling And it seems right to have such an open floor that bends around the corridor. It seems just to have the mirrors and candles pointed at the floor, Reflecting ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    They were an advanced civilization. Too lazy to walk anywhere on the tendons and muscles and limbs provided, they built roads over meadows and homes And devices called automobiles to go along these roads. They were unhealthy and trashed the world. Yet on the brink of their world rasping its last...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Here I am, staring at the wall The quietness quelled so, I can hear the buzzing of fluorescent lights pulsing overhead My fingers gently brushing against my skin, And the heavy grace like rhythm of drumming movement from outside the lofty window, Into another world, lonely and gray. Oh don’t...

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