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Will Meet Again

Will Meet Again

A Poem by Satish Verma


Will Meet Again
a borrowed moment

a borrowed moment

A Poem by jacob erin-cilberto


a borrowed momentthe cardinal's tuneinterrupts the silencein my hearthis voicesounds a lot like youwe stare at each otherhe on his branchme in my mindfor seconds that seem like hoursand then,you fly away.erin-cilberto5/17/2021
Burnout

Burnout

A Story by Shaly Laevulins


It takes a while to realize it's happened. Looking back it took over four years for me to notice it. It hides in the shadows, black like the ashes of a fire long since dead. It’s easy to miss when you’re not looking for it. You expect it ..
Wakening

Wakening

A Poem by Fay Slimm


Wakening.New events can at times mystifyeven the tidiest mind,turn topsy-turvy accepted norms,toss sky-highrespectable long held conclusionsthen jumblenormal routine until, irretrievably,balance tumbles.Change in events scramble a crazyunprepared bra..
Knitting

Knitting

A Poem by Rebecca


I learned to use a needle So I may knit your soul into mine I will turn us into a warm and itchy poem Wavering lines and a million metaphors All to be neatly tangled with you
Simpatico: Mr. Destiny (Thief)

Simpatico: Mr. Destiny (Thief)

A Story by Abishai100


Twins are Chicago specialist-thieves, but one is enroute to a special 'destiny-dance' regarding duty discovery.
The Love Song

The Love Song

A Poem by Melinda McQueen


The Love Song A music sweet, Following a beat. The highs and lows Offer a certain pose. The major lift, The slow drift. The ups and downs, The love song astounds. Flowing through veins, A muse..
Watered Down Welcomes

Watered Down Welcomes

A Poem by The Things She Noted


Have not much to sayExceptFor the incredibly distinct difference between meAnd themHow a group of people standing in a circleChattingCan eat me alivePick me apartStraight off the boneNot with wordsNor with looksNo malice or bad intentionsSimply by th..
Scene

Scene

A Poem by jacob erin-cilberto


thanks to Emmajoy, whose poetry reminds me to get my butt in gear, and write something that paints pictures in words. I think I had forgotten how to do that.

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