C. Harter Amos : Writing

The Move

The Move

A Story by C. Harter Amos


A challenge to write a short horror piece based around a telephone book.
Between Here and There

Between Here and There

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


I cling to a distant echo; a whisper in thin air and consider your love my destiny. It's more than pain; it's a crushing grief, the weight of a..
Visiting Jessica

Visiting Jessica

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


My sister is beneath a heavy weight of quiet sighs as she sleeps under a pile of comforters, on a burgundy couch, dreaming, I hope, of good thi..
Wounded Warrior

Wounded Warrior

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


What happened in the jungles of your life that killed your soul, leaving you un-whole? Staring at the stars, I know pieces of you are in the bi..
Hokusai's Great Wave

Hokusai's Great Wave

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


The great wave hangs endlessly near Tokyo. At seventy-five, Hokusai had learned the patterns of nature, so he painted the marvelous wave that does n..
His Poverty Overcomes His Wealth

His Poverty Overcomes His Wealth

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


Returning to eat oysters on the half-shell, preferring to sail small ships, sharks stare, dead-eyed, cameras in hand. A big hug for old time&r..
BOXES

BOXES

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


Writers Block, my old friend, back to stay.
Time is Not Linear

Time is Not Linear

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


for the Ghost of PaulS.
"The Woman Who Let Him Write"

"The Woman Who Let Him Write"

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


for a writing pair of friends
Generically Depressed

Generically Depressed

A Poem by C. Harter Amos


Along the left side of my soul I am torn beyond recognition; Ripped and twisted and slowly decomposing. My tears flow in silent meaningless rushe..

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