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The Forester

The Forester

A Stage Play by Roger Ferguson II


a greek king angers pan and artimis with his tree chooping
The day I died inside

The day I died inside

A Poem by Julie


This is about a breakup, oviously.
Pan’s Puzzle(d) Girl~

Pan’s Puzzle(d) Girl~

A Poem by NoneOfYourBusiness akaKIT..


night my body curves over in crescent white feet dream a pool of liquid ink stained pulling me deep obsidian spiral on a note of y..
Darryl He Is

Darryl He Is

A Poem by Richard Williams


More on the cat almighty.
The second star to the left

The second star to the left

A Story by


a story about what happens if you go the the left instead of right as you usually do when you want to get to neverland. It's about a boy named charlie..
Primal Joy

Primal Joy

A Poem by Requs


I've forgotten Whilst starving through opaque consequence I've forgotten As I steadily continue my endless battle towards aspiration A..
Speed~

Speed~

A Poem by NoneOfYourBusiness akaKIT..


Blood in the mist a spectacular flare of life stuck between broken ribs on a crushing exhale cars flash by spreading bone trail..
Jerusalem Tree~

Jerusalem Tree~

A Poem by NoneOfYourBusiness akaKIT..


The desert is the only place Where a girl can face the solid rock face of a god thing Calcified in the dead sea of his disturbed disgust ..
Night in the Forest of Pan

Night in the Forest of Pan

A Poem by onewhowrites


short imagined saying of an ancient god
Cloak of Autumn

Cloak of Autumn

A Poem by ImperialTroll


Autumn's nights hide many shapes and shadows, all you have to do is look.
Neverland

Neverland

A Poem by JRC Talberg


A poem based on the movie "Finding Neverland".
Sands Touched

Sands Touched

A Poem by Ripple of Aqua


Why is it always the young who pay for the consequences of the old? Inspired by E.E. Cummings' "in Just-"
Words

Words

A Poem by eatmills


I was at a loss of words one day while eating a ham sandwich.
Grimm Meet

Grimm Meet

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


When the roof came down in the copper mine There wasn’t much hope, we said, Those twenty men on the south-west drive Are buried..
So Much More

So Much More

A Poem by Radrach23


For the members of the LGBTQAIP commmunity
Epilogue

Epilogue

A Chapter by Jaimie Hollick


EPILOGUE And so a happy ending came to the siblings. Theresa Godhold became Mrs. Wallace Wingham, moved back to London where the newlyweds..
Martha's Broom

Martha's Broom

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


She lay awake in her tiny bed And she waited for the dawn, For then she’d be turning five, they said, The day that she was born..

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