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In Hatter's Wonderland

In Hatter's Wonderland

A Poem by Kim


Inspired by Alice Madness Returns
A Distant Crave

A Distant Crave

A Poem by bravebunch


This is a poem about how one feels in the middle of the night as he/she craves for food.
Sugar in my coffee

Sugar in my coffee

A Poem by Benita-Staebell M - Kindr..


I was in inspired by a question asked on a poetry group on FACE BOOK I'm apart of it's called Dream Away. The Question was... I like love and mor..
Sugar

Sugar

A Poem by mendedwords


Touching, tasting, mesmerized by the memories of sweet indulgence, or what seemed to be. Bitter tastes of appetites for the internal vices we live..
The Sugar Bear Lodge

The Sugar Bear Lodge

A Book by Richard


When faced with the uncertainties of an abstract bed and breakfast, a man struggles to maintain his composure and his sanity.
The Sugar Bear Lodge, 1: In The Moment After Now

The Sugar Bear Lodge, 1: In The Moment After Now

A Chapter by Richard


When faced with the uncertainties of an abstract bed and breakfast, a man struggles to maintain his composure and his sanity.
Song of the South

Song of the South

A Poem by gabiaimee


You are my Song.
Sugar

Sugar

A Chapter by Moon's fairest daughter


Sugar sweet high.Sugar sweet deep.Your brown sugar is scorching me.In cups measured, andspoons just fine,brown and white euphorias, my sunshine.In sug..
MY WINDOW CHRONICLE#13

MY WINDOW CHRONICLE#13

A Chapter by Richard Guimond


Powded sugar snow
JOY AND SORROW

JOY AND SORROW

A Poem by Thokchom Imosana


Joy adds the flavour of life
April 5, 2001

April 5, 2001

A Poem by Penelope Voljeti


Big green eyes. I knelt in the corner, coats and scarves draped over my shoulders as I scrunched my little body into the wall. His voice was so loud...
Kneading Life

Kneading Life

A Poem by Linda Marie Van Tassell


I sprinkle a handful of flour dust, casting my spirit like an ingénue.
Sweet

Sweet

A Poem by deedsy


It is an old poem that I could use some feedback on please and thank you.
Mixes

Mixes

A Story by Georgina V Solly


Everything is a mix or a mix up.
Morsel of Biomass

Morsel of Biomass

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Negligible morsel of biomass my fat belly, formerly abs
SUGAR BORROWING 1951

SUGAR BORROWING 1951

A Poem by Terry Collett


A LITTLE GIRL BORROWS SUGAR FROM A BOY'S AUNTIE IN 1951
pixel or pixie

pixel or pixie

A Poem by kitty blur


wrote this in a coffee shop where there was so much space on the other side of my table
Candy Origin

Candy Origin

A Poem by Celie Rose


Candy has a long history.
Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle

A Poem by Crystal Davis


Excerpt from Honeysuckle