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Your Story

Your Story

A Story by Ofie


This is the beginning of a story I'm trying to write. This would be the first chapter I guess. It's the story of someone I love and the struggle of a..
Autumn Years

Autumn Years

A Chapter by Wendy Seames Garner


I tried to enjoy this glorious autumn day, wondering how many more of them I would see.
Movie Star

Movie Star

A Poem by The Iron Horseman


A look at the superficial nature of stardom.
old flames

old flames

A Poem by A.G. Alvis


"Look at these grays,"she saidrunning her fingertips against the soft grain on his temples.Her breasts made half moons pressed against his chest. Thei..
The Clock

The Clock

A Poem by Jason K


The clock represents time going by and the narrator shows that trying to fight it won’t stop you from dying.
 [Looking Out The Window into The Drab]

[Looking Out The Window into The Drab]

A Poem by felioness


Thinking back when ...
The Swept Away

The Swept Away

A Poem by Space Enema


baby chicken so many pouring in it's getting complicated too many for the hens stay in line you need to stay in sight these chicks aren't free r..
Burning Bridges

Burning Bridges

A Poem by SeemsPoetic


A metaphorical journey through life.
Cursed Transformation

Cursed Transformation

A Poem by KEEdwarads


The Dreaded Change
Golden Oldie

Golden Oldie

A Poem by Mari' Emeraude


Growing old...it's a dirty job but somebody's got to do it ;p
When You All Write

When You All Write

A Poem by Madeleine Celeste


awsedrftyguh I have nothing. I've started kind of a poetry craze in my circle of friends and this is what I'm taking from it. Something grand and natu..
Memories

Memories

A Poem by Jess


I never thought the years would go by so fastEverything I know is now changingIt is all rearrangingI wish I could go back and just relaxSavour the mem..
From Cradle To Grave

From Cradle To Grave

A Poem by Raven Starhawk


Seeds of wisdom Entombed in oppressive soil Bare mangled fruits When they are ill warranted By those who rather consume lies And b..
They Said He Was My Father

They Said He Was My Father

A Poem by Jimmy Yetts


Badly wounded by brain malaisewhen his vistas were just grey hazeI met him in those dimming days.Gone, the physical dynamo;absent, famous big shots to..
Yesterday's Call

Yesterday's Call

A Poem by Eddie Davis


A simple poem to reflect the jumbled mind of a man who feels like has passed him by. The rhyming pattern is loose here but I wanted to share it any..
Grandma's Train

Grandma's Train

A Poem by R.L. Kamelot


Her world is not what it seems when the mind is slowly losing itself Written in dedication to my Alzheimers/Dementia patients
When Old Age Knocks- HIDE!

When Old Age Knocks- HIDE!

A Story by Mari' Emeraude


*from the book "Even God Hates Spinach"
When Time Marches On

When Time Marches On

A Story by Dr. Tim Williams


Is it possible to age with dignity intact. One has to wonder

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