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Ode to Lethe

Ode to Lethe

A Poem by Zoe Jay


How desperate does a man have to be To enter that wilderness alone?What torment drives a soul to those waters?What would make someone seek for ..
Particles and Waves

Particles and Waves

A Poem by Kori Fitch


Just tried reversing the usual.
Confounded by his system

Confounded by his system

A Chapter by TLK


He is a teacher of the virtue of waiting. He has the philosophical understanding of time attained by those who have always been rewarded patience. If ..
To the Moon

To the Moon

A Poem by Carissa Faulk


The silver ribbon of the road clings to the mountain's side and climbs up, curling slowly, straight to the full moon. We're bathed in..
An Attempted Qasida (1)

An Attempted Qasida (1)

A Poem by Ashr


See further down for a description. There's a lot to say and this small space isn't enough for the required explanation of what would otherwise be rat..
Nothing Mine

Nothing Mine

A Poem by Cari Lynn Vaughn


lost in a haze of forgetfulness
Growing old together

Growing old together

A Poem by Gerry Legister


When old age is stealing on; we climb up the stairs a and forget what we went up there for
My, My

My, My

A Poem by Anna Marie


The world fell not to atomic ashes,not to dust, not to nothing again.But it died and I started listening,to the thunder when it would rain.My brother ..
Tick Tock

Tick Tock

A Story by Anna Marie


Something ancient and beautiful; which tries to defend itself from the dust of the outside world. To stay closed off from the changing, swirling tide ..
CHAPTER FIFTEEN - THE LOVE BITE

CHAPTER FIFTEEN - THE LOVE BITE

A Chapter by Peter Rogerson


An accident with an elderly electric shaver can be quite deceptive...
Forget All

Forget All

A Poem by Lovecraft


Wishing to Forget everything.
CHEESE AND TOMATO SANDWICHES.

CHEESE AND TOMATO SANDWICHES.

A Story by Peter Rogerson


We all get forgetful as we get older, don't we?