Tags : nostalgia

Blueprints & Wildflowers

Blueprints & Wildflowers

A Story by Charles Konsor


She held the newspaper with one hand and pinched her lower lip with the other. Her eyes jumped from photo to text, photo to text. With two fingers s..
* Porque Te Empenas En Regresar *

* Porque Te Empenas En Regresar *

A Poem by MagiCrystal


When love breaks our direction...the stars don't shine and the sand can't count our tears....The Moon will come out, The Waves will comfort you..but L..
3 a.m. suicide

3 a.m. suicide

A Poem by Yuvia Chairez


Poem
Working Title

Working Title

A Story by saintenitouche


A recurring nightmare I have, slightly dramatized. It's in the works, only about a third of the way done.
Far Off Blue

Far Off Blue

A Poem by bellaa


Little far off blues in an easy world,Look off the bridge. Do you see?Nothing for you are on a carousel of laughter.Do you see that? It's right undern..
Nostalgia

Nostalgia

A Poem by atom


Distorted synapses firing feelings of nostalgia Nostalgia twisting memories in grey matter brain The world was never simpler I was The world doesn..
Hammer Time

Hammer Time

A Story by Marie Harrison


A coed story from college.
Yemasee

Yemasee

A Poem by Marie Harrison


A poem about a beautiful place that holds special memories for me.
The  Painting of Owls.

The Painting of Owls.

A Story by Ken Simm.


A Confounded Letter about how I met my second wife before I met her again much later.
I Believed In Love Once

I Believed In Love Once

A Poem by Marie Harrison


Memories of a former love.
What Accompanied Your Tea

What Accompanied Your Tea

A Poem by Great God Bird Sibylle


You can only keep a charade for so long,And I am through judging right from wrong,I heard that one night in a Bob Dylan song.But someone cut in, and t..
Breathitt County Girls

Breathitt County Girls

A Poem by Deep in the Woodline...


Just an acrostic about a look back into the past and the realization that the dreams of youth are almost never the reality of the future...
Home.

Home.

A Story by JFag


My thoughts on home after a few months of being away from it.

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