Tags : organ

Organ Jar

Organ Jar

A Poem by StaRsmacK


There are more things in the jar besides cookies.
Scar Studios

Scar Studios

A Poem by Clyde du Coeur


The jam which gave birth to one of our best musical covers during a one-off band practice in Camden Town.
The Demon Horse on the Carousel

The Demon Horse on the Carousel

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


The trucks came in with the travelling show To the heart of our western town, They set their tents in the twilight glow And circled the wagons roun..
Revival

Revival

A Book by Persona


Trixie has no chance of receiving an organ transplant. She tries to fulfil her bucket list but ends up in an horrific accident.
Sunk Ships for Conversations

Sunk Ships for Conversations

A Poem by Natasha


The smallest letdown sinks my organ. The ship has left the exchange. Afloat a soggy board, this is my rescue. The shivers of water trail ..
Heart Attack

Heart Attack

A Poem by MandaBear


I wrote a poem about my favorite organ. I hope you like it:)
Whisperer's Wake

Whisperer's Wake

A Story by Atlas


A short illustration of why one doesn't challenge a whisperer in their haunt.
Robot-Assisted Surgery

Robot-Assisted Surgery

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Appointment to have organ removed by robot-assisted surgeon.Air-conditioned, no mosquitoes in the OR. When you arriveYou'll remove all your clothes. N..
Sub-atomic particles

Sub-atomic particles

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Sub-atomic particlesthe atoms they formmolecules, cell organellescells, machinery of lifeorgans, organismscommunities and ecosystemsplanets, solar sys..
Under-sky sleeping, bone keeping

Under-sky sleeping, bone keeping

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


In the holy spotwith the sitting rockthere is oak. Outwhere humans livethere is shagbark hickoryand maple.Ants climb the rock.August, and young birdsa..
Marines call

Marines call

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Marines call to say hello,impress. I'm over 35 but my boys19. They could go: Hide!One moment spent tying a shoe,another dying, gunshot wound or poison..
Tower of Glass

Tower of Glass

A Poem by Crow


How does one continue from a love since forgotten. With each day and lie that comes to pass, I forget your touch. And I fear that I may soon forget yo..