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Second Spell

Second Spell

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


It it be that we have not dwelled long in silence?
Between Her Legs

Between Her Legs

A Story by Jessica Raeann


Sex and guilt of a relationship. But, mostly sex.
Lies

Lies

A Poem by lowriter


Wrote this for a deceitful ex boyfriend. Something about it is raw.
A chink open

A chink open

A Poem by Rudi J.P. Lejaeghere


Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn't know you left open. John Barrymore
To Have Loved Mary

To Have Loved Mary

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Today is Sunday and I'm going to the oceanor maybe not. Definitely not doing the laundryor maybe I will. Moss and even a small treegrow in the rotten ..
Ramble

Ramble

A Poem by Twiztid Poetess


Fun tongue twister of life and poetry.
Clutter

Clutter

A Poem by Maddy Stillman


I don't talk a lot.
Ocean in a Pause

Ocean in a Pause

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


as temperature rises
The Watching Tree

The Watching Tree

A Poem by David Lewis Paget


My father called it the Watching TreeFor it turned, and swivelled to see,He’d planted its seed in the winter weatherOn top of the grave of Annab..
Colorful But Not Beautiful

Colorful But Not Beautiful

A Poem by Anna Dragon


My skin is freckled, spots and dots,like the sun-colored leaves outside.I write in red ink, as if to make me-something beautiful- still I do hide.My e..
Soft Thorns

Soft Thorns

A Poem by Kelly Corcoran


Kelly Corcoran 4/21/15 Soft Thorns With her barbed tongue and ready wit, She’s a soft edge taking a hit. Soft thorns, beware of scorn She..
Cut Me, Persephone

Cut Me, Persephone

A Poem by Anna Dragon


Silver lightning under my skin,brass in my own spilled blood.Oh, cut me, Persephone.I have only godless lonely words that nobody wants,I read the gold..
I Don't Know

I Don't Know

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


huh
slip of your tongue

slip of your tongue

A Chapter by Lyn Anderson


do your best
Mouth and Tongue

Mouth and Tongue

A Poem by Alfred Kukitz


do you come here often?
But All Men Judge

But All Men Judge

A Poem by Susanna Correya


Judge thou not, and be not judged. Your eyes, though they see as much as A shadow from the viewing side of the screen, Are shoehorned to be self-..