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'Til the Ends of Time

'Til the Ends of Time

A Story by Pajci


This was a short story project in one of my classes and I wanted to share it with you all! It's about the Congolese Cosmogram, or it follows the idea ..
Jack's Commitments

Jack's Commitments

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


These are Jack's commitments: to his bodyexercise, stretch, heal if possible and prepare for death.To his sons: love and respect and teach, learnto be..
Enemies

Enemies

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


I cultivated at least two enemies yesterdaythe enemies I wantedI wanted them to be angry instead of memy attitude being I don't care I'll do as I plea..
Dad's Bark

Dad's Bark

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Dad's bark is worse than his verse.When he hits it doesn't really hurt.The dirt outside the house is soil.The mouse inside the house is life.Can't esc..
Ectopic Heart

Ectopic Heart

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Ectopic heartbeat. Acousticneuroma. Sleepapnea. Gettingolder blessingagainst alternative.Neither hatenor repair.Immediatelythe woods were familiar ..
Providence

Providence

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


In disaster and war moviesthe protagonist (Queen) and her immediate circleare protected from anonymous death. They may die (one by one or all at once)..
Year Million

Year Million

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Standing at back of cafeteria during youth basketball awards ceremonyThis is my community."What you do may not seem important but it is very important..
Thicker than Water

Thicker than Water

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


He sat in his favourite corner, Each day, just taking his pills, The old man, Frederick Horner Counting his cash and paying his bills..
The Little Ones

The Little Ones

A Poem by Anna von Österreich


No sons of my own shall I have,and no wife of my own shall I receive.But there are the little ones,that shall bid me farewell when I leave.No family o..
Home Schooling

Home Schooling

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


November and Aprilwhen the trees are first bare and last nakedhave become my favorite months. All the food eatenexcept last rose hips and earliest lee..
Twice Set Fate

Twice Set Fate

A Poem by Anna von Österreich


He held his son to his chest in the frigid rain,knees that knelt upon the wet ground of Undomiel.Angry winds kept the lightning still at bay,sleeping ..
Ne'er The Sparrows

Ne'er The Sparrows

A Poem by Anna von Österreich


Sparrows dive ahead of the sweeping Indian breeze,as native sails fly golden hues of sun swirling on black cotton.Ne'er has there been a more beautifu..
Being a Mom

Being a Mom

A Poem by Connie


My joys of being a mom to two wonderful sons.
Mother

Mother

A Poem by Connie


This poem is about the abuse I suffered at the hands of my mother and stepfather.
Lantern: A Shanty

Lantern: A Shanty

A Poem by Anna von Österreich


I did not leave you,I will not die.Look to the stars,or to the sky.My name is there,gaze up and know.Look to the sands,or to the snow.I cannot forsake..
Crossing the River TIme

Crossing the River TIme

A Poem by Rikkevi Rue


a reflection on the journey we all are making
Dear Father

Dear Father

A Poem by Anna von Österreich


God's arms are outstretched above the rolling sea,well he knew that, his dear father told him that.Saying, "God loves you, my son. Remember?"But the s..
Where Have They Gone, poem 1

Where Have They Gone, poem 1

A Poem by daninstockholm


These two poems are a new re-write of a poem I posted earlier. They are about my recollections of the impact of the war in Vietnam and it's impact on ..
Where Have They Gone, poem 2

Where Have They Gone, poem 2

A Poem by daninstockholm


These two poems are a new re-write of a poem I posted earlier. They are about my recollections of the impact of the war in Vietnam and it's impact on..

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