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I'd Rather Remember Christmas In July

I'd Rather Remember Christmas In July

A Poem by Marie Harrison


A poem about enjoying life until the very end.
Infant Decade: Prologue

Infant Decade: Prologue

A Poem by Savushkin


The Future is a wild tempest, full of grace, poetry. But the quills are still underneath the rubble of the past.
The legend of the mooncake monster

The legend of the mooncake monster

A Poem by Steph K


Some fables never loose its shine
Ode upon Engagement

Ode upon Engagement

A Poem by Zoe Jay


You made me everything I knew I could be You understood the person living within me You helped me grow, and helped me know And you gave me the con..
Just for Fun

Just for Fun

A Story by Georgina V Solly


An old lady loses her best friend, and remembering the good old days, and as a favour to him and to cheer herself up, decides to have the adventure th..
HALLOWEEN

HALLOWEEN

A Poem by STAR CHILD


HALLOWEENTrick or treatIt is a time for little ghostsAnd goblins to come outThe night the doors openTo other realmsSo the dead can come to visitWhere ..
Humility

Humility

A Story by Pendantry


For Mary; congratulations on making it around the sun once again :)
Dancing Life

Dancing Life

A Poem by Gilad Levanon


The wisdom of the dance.
Magic picture

Magic picture

A Poem by Alex Vandool


The world apparentLeft and right uniteTo higher visionFuture partyEverywhereNow you see with one mindSpace and time uniteWelcome to the dreamworldIdea..
Woman

Woman

A Poem by Angel Veselinov


For that special Day :) Wish you all happyness and love
Hearth and Home and Holidays

Hearth and Home and Holidays

A Poem by Rick Puetter


...sing, laugh, be merry...and cherish friends...
Bonfire

Bonfire

A Story by OTBaka


Knowing it's time to grow up.
Power of Nature

Power of Nature

A Poem by Photochick


The power of nature and man as part of nature
FESTIVAL SUNDAY

FESTIVAL SUNDAY

A Poem by kublakhan27


I seem to have lost the date for this one, which I NEVER do...
Harvest Is Gathered

Harvest Is Gathered

A Poem by Sheila Kline


Fall has arrived, and the bounty of the harvest has been gathered. It is time to celebrate!
3 p.m.

3 p.m.

A Poem by Igor G. Balatsky


from ‘Demi-season’

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