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So Far This Year...

So Far This Year...

A Poem by Micaela


I've had a bit of a turbulent year thus far and I had some thoughts about it late the other night and I wrote them down... it soon turned into this. T..
Fake

Fake

A Poem by Ashish


They broke my friendship, dedicated to them...
Vodka Venom

Vodka Venom

A Poem by Omikron


Not satisfied with this one, suggestions of improvement please! Oh, and happy new year!
Exponential Decay Function

Exponential Decay Function

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Spring is in its prime againeach leaf beautifulmuch is ediblebirds and peepers are musical at dawn.The days walk slowlytoward Utah and Italy.My left n..
Aging as a Spiritual Practice

Aging as a Spiritual Practice

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Beautiful summer day. You know you're gonna diethat's why you know no joy.Obsessed with self, there is no answerunless religion, tv, stories, sports m..
She Blinked, And The World Shifted Into Focus

She Blinked, And The World Shifted Into Focus

A Poem by Sarah H


She blinked, and the world shifted into focus. Greetings, dragon-cub. What happened? Peace, fledgling. Whiskers touched her head an..
The last day of my teenage days

The last day of my teenage days

A Poem by Peter Anil Mathew


A poem dedicated to my teenage days. I wrote this on the night of June 3rd of this year before I became 20.
The Spirit!

The Spirit!

A Poem by Sachi Ruaya


HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Año Nuevo

Año Nuevo

A Poem by Wolf Towne


A true story, I wrote this while I observed the years changing. Happy New Year
The Christmas Fifty Year Dare.

The Christmas Fifty Year Dare.

A Poem by Dawn


My mother bought my fathersome red leather boxer shortsfor his Christmas Present.It basically was a dare.And my father got my mothera set of handcuffs..
The Ending of 2018

The Ending of 2018

A Poem by Randy Johnson


The end of 2018 is very near.In just a matter of hours, 2019 will become the new year.2018 was a sad year because my aunt died.Aster 43 years of marri..
Welcome 2019

Welcome 2019

A Poem by Randy Johnson


I welcome 2019, I'm glad it's here.I hope it will be an excellent year.Many years ago on every New Year's Day, Mom cooked hog jowls and black eyed pea..
The Very Next Step

The Very Next Step

A Story by Jennifer Webster


My thoughts on my year at the Writer's Cafe and what I plan to do here at this great writing community in the year/decade to come.
Not seen but still real

Not seen but still real

A Poem by Kathy Van Kurin


The extravagance of moments gone running into a stream of gold- those continuing into future realities.
The Weight

The Weight

A Poem by Michael R. Burch


The Shrinking SeasonbyMichael R. BurchWith every wearying yearthe weight of the winter growsand while the schoolgirl outgrowsher clothes,the widow dis..
Half Over

Half Over

A Poem by Randy Johnson


The year is half over, today is the 30th of June.The first half of this year went by pretty soon.In just a few days, we'll celebrate the 4th of July.F..
The Last Day Of The Year

The Last Day Of The Year

A Poem by Randy Johnson


2020 is about to end, this is the last day of the year.During the last 366 days, there has been much fear.Many people have suffered because of Covid-1..
Start Knowing Joy

Start Knowing Joy

A Poem by Robert Ronnow


Start now knowing joy,that’s an order,overcome a deepening solitude.Like a bee at a bugleor me at the delion Third Avenue.I said to Joe when do ..

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