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Time Pieces

Time Pieces

A Poem by Richard Williams


The times of our lives.
Artful Winter Winds

Artful Winter Winds

A Poem by Richard Williams


Designs of winter winds.
Nadiesco and the Cats of Ülthar

Nadiesco and the Cats of Ülthar

A Story by Zephonate


Wandering space buffoon Nadiesco of the West Winds crash lands on the planet Ülthar and must brave the advances of its feral feline protectors.
Hold Me Against the Fences of Fate

Hold Me Against the Fences of Fate

A Poem by Neva Flores Smith - Chang..


I am mellow with my wounds here in your trust................
Yesterday's Hours Lie Unread

Yesterday's Hours Lie Unread

A Poem by Neva Flores Smith - Chang..


Questioning tomorrow before discovering yesterday’s hours still lie unread........
Winds Of Life

Winds Of Life

A Poem by The Scholar


I wrote this when I was 11 years old, and I was determined to put it at the beginning of my soon-to-be epic fantasy novel. It was the beginning of my ..
WINDS (Haiku)

WINDS (Haiku)

A Poem by Scarlet_Raindrops


Original work by Victoria C. Uy
Even When I Know You Lie to Me

Even When I Know You Lie to Me

A Poem by Neva Flores Smith - Chang..


When I drift off to sleep I bleed mirrored glass until I forget about the bruises for a moment or two.
Ocean Wind

Ocean Wind

A Poem by Lesley Wood


Her train may wreck, her abuses bruise us, but to behold her wake, her glory her tresses, her face; risking defeat and death is a small price to pay.
The River That Winds

The River That Winds

A Poem by I Cast a Shadow


Something tells me you'll never knowAbout the river that winds and windsIt runs through me clean and purePristine and quenching to every acheEvery dro..
Haboob

Haboob

A Chapter by Renée


dark billowing clouds rise like demons from the earth hells winds bearing down
Lost Winds

Lost Winds

A Poem by shallimarRose


shallimarRose Poetry and Prose... Something I wrote while sitting on the beach last week while trying to bury painful memories in the sand...
The Love Tree

The Love Tree

A Poem by Joseph Aldridge


A romantic poem.

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