Tags : cells

these cages.

these cages.

A Poem by Laine Johnson


time changes us.we are a different person with each given second;each fresh breath our lungs inhale.call it evolution, if you will,of the cells in you..
Living Death

Living Death

A Chapter by Aaron Shively


Rotyo was both dead and alive. It's an interesting predicament.
Chapter 1 ~ About Ten Years Later

Chapter 1 ~ About Ten Years Later

A Chapter by ~Dragon X


The adventure begins....in a cell block.
Eye Contact

Eye Contact

A Poem by Mike Goodwin


Somebody just said "Hannah, do ya already have a man? Cause I'm smooth like Carlos Santana." Well here we go boy, just crank it up. Are you the boy, t..
Mistaken Identity

Mistaken Identity

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


The mother lay in a stupor filled With alcohol and drugs, The twins lay wet in the carry-cot And screamed at the top of their lungs, ..
Poetry Exercise #1, Take 1

Poetry Exercise #1, Take 1

A Poem by Naomi Bloom


A poem modeled after William Carlos Williams' poem The Red Wheelbarrow.
Saltwater Creek

Saltwater Creek

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


The first time he came into the light He thought that his eyes had gone, The sun was shining, ever so bright With nothing to focus on..
Plate Tectonics Versus Gamma Ray Bursters

Plate Tectonics Versus Gamma Ray Bursters

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


An old man remembers what he has beenyet the details are unimportant. Thenthe outline disappears, and the meaning.Good, I can die or go to work, be wi..
One more time, before I die.

One more time, before I die.

A Poem by Dulcie


(just to see you)
Microstory 176: Tamra Shore

Microstory 176: Tamra Shore

A Story by Nick Fisherman


This is an experimental Bellevue Profile microstory. The introduction can be found in Microstory 101. More to follow.
May 8, 2062

May 8, 2062

A Chapter by Nick Fisherman


The year’s Tribulation did not begin until rather late in the evening. And they knew this from the very beginning. They were not able to make ca..
Microstory 304: Potable Water

Microstory 304: Potable Water

A Story by Nick Fisherman


This is an experimental Stepwisdom microstory. The introduction can be found in Microstory 300. More to follow.
Feathered to Form

Feathered to Form

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


July 1948
Yellow Moss

Yellow Moss

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


The gates of the ancient prison creakedAnd the chains clanked in the breeze,When we pulled in with our caravan,As we camped among the trees,The kids w..
Our Mind is a Specially Assigned Prison

Our Mind is a Specially Assigned Prison

A Poem by Pandy


We are always alone.