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4 Train from Mosholu Parkway to Grand Central

4 Train from Mosholu Parkway to Grand Central

A Poem by


oNew York is written on the walls. This steel and electric boogaloo glides on through the sky weaving past brick and rock and I see it there: barely..
The Vast Collide

The Vast Collide

A Poem by Night Edge


Did I upload this already? Sometimes my poems just seem to run together.
This Gun isn't Mine

This Gun isn't Mine

A Poem by LiLySoSo


Waking up from dreams at 4am once again.
Chapter One

Chapter One

A Chapter by the_kate


Violet Corydon sat in the parlor with her sister, Isabel. They waited and waited. Finally Isabel spoke up. "Violet," she began timidly. "When will Mr..
Love, Fudge, and Fireworks Ch: 1

Love, Fudge, and Fireworks Ch: 1

A Chapter by CompellingComposer


Okay, I will admit that I’m not the brightest person in the world. Even a complete moron wouldn’t sit on train tracks in the middle ..
A Spiritual Ride

A Spiritual Ride

A Story by Mr Alednac


A life changing ride in a subway train filled with lots of comedy!
1 - Start of Something New

1 - Start of Something New

A Chapter by E. Ryan Miller


Sheila begins
VISIT TO THE TRAIN STATION.

VISIT TO THE TRAIN STATION.

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL VISIT THE TRAIN STATION IN 1959
To Say Goodbye

To Say Goodbye

A Story by Cari Lynn Vaughn


Margaret leaves her love Thomas to go live in India with her mother.
Subway

Subway

A Poem by Sneakygnome


Inspired by my commute on the Tokyo subway
So Funny I Could Cry

So Funny I Could Cry

A Poem by felioness


the aftermath
JANICE AND YOU AT WATERLOO STATION.

JANICE AND YOU AT WATERLOO STATION.

A Poem by Terry Collett


A BOY AND GIRL AT WATERLOO STATION IN THE 1950S
Red Says the Sunset

Red Says the Sunset

A Poem by Michael G. Smith


Childhood memories
The Train

The Train

A Poem by Will


The train rolls down the tracks A tear rolls down my face I'm tied to the rails No way to escape I am held down by pain Fear locks me in ..
A Downtown Paris cafe

A Downtown Paris cafe

A Poem by Michael G. Smith


A scene from Paris

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