1 Swamp Things by Katje Kaase Nature has its beauty, in all forms.
K+, English, Poetry & Adventure, words: 64, 10/20/2017
The Bravest Fox by Daks Harefoot Inspired by The Fox Cub Bold, by Colin Dann
K, English, Poetry, words: 560, 10/18/2017
Autumn is by BrookeLetters What a way to start the fall season by describing such a beautiful season! Feel free to review and give comments! Always appreciated!
K+, English, Spiritual, words: 57, favs: 1, 10/10/2017
Compassion by Katje Kaase Respect all forms of life.
K+, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 44, favs: 1, 10/5/2017
Thoughts of Dying Stars by Aza Marael I suppose there is something beautiful about dying stars.
K+, English, words: 114, 10/5/2017
Jardin Noir by zigaudrey Une promenade dans un jardin noir en un quatrain à la rime plate. Poésie écrite le 18 mai 2017.
K, French, Poetry & Horror, words: 32, 10/4/2017
Sequel by Katje Kaase The world moves on and the day continues, with or without us.
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 55, favs: 1, 10/3/2017
1 Beer Dreams by AWednesdayDeath How I imagined a beer garden to be.
T, English, Friendship & Humor, words: 127, 9/30/2017
Weeds and Death by AWednesdayDeath A poem I wrote for a friend for an art piece I made with my cats bones.
K, English, Poetry, words: 51, favs: 1, 9/29/2017
Red by AWednesdayDeath Describing a color without using it's name.
K, English, Poetry, words: 36, favs: 1, 9/29/2017
Retrograde by SurferSquid A free verse musing on the theoretically likely capture of Triton, a former Kuiper Belt object, by Neptune during the phase of planetary migration early in the history of the Solar System. Or: the nerdiest poetry ever.
K, English, Drama, words: 664, 9/27/2017
Blood Moon Blues » by Obluda A tribute to transformations: celestial, seasonal, personal.
K+, English, Spiritual & Poetry, chapters: 2, words: 350, favs: 1, updated: 9/24/2017 published: 9/27/2015
2 Roadkill Requiem » by Obluda The night after I killed the jackrabbit, I chased the rising moon out to the spot where I'd left its broken body, and found it there, just before the six-hundred mile mark, due east.
T, English, Poetry & Spiritual, chapters: 2, words: 731, updated: 9/24/2017 published: 5/12/2017
Clear Ride by Katje Kaase When life seems hopeless, think calm thoughts and relax.
K+, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 57, favs: 1, 9/23/2017
1 Beach Poems by kaffeflote Poems from the beach. Enjoy and leave a review if you like!
K, English, Poetry, words: 124, 9/21/2017
The Middle by Katje Kaase Nature may destroy us but not before we destroy ourselves.
K+, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 49, favs: 1, 9/20/2017
1 Scrub-jays by Icicles Don't let them ruin your day. And do NOT become one of them. :)
K+, English, Humor, words: 92, 9/9/2017
The Elements by Thranduilion7 My interpretation of the role that the 4 elements have on our planet.
K, English, words: 125, 9/3/2017
To Be a Bird by A. Mishelle Stokes This is called a conceit poem. I had to write one for English class. A conceit poem is when you compare yourself to something by using an extended metaphor.
T, English, Poetry, words: 77, 8/31/2017
The Endless Cycle by A. Mishelle Stokes It's basically based off the lion king and the cycle of life.
T, English, words: 174, 8/31/2017
2 Le temps joue un jeu » by Amant des Oiseaux A poem on the subject of spring in Maine.
K, French, Poetry, chapters: 2, words: 94, updated: 8/29/2017 published: 4/17/2017
3Eye Of The Storm by TalesOfTreesAndStars My interpretation of what it would be like to be inside the eye of a storm.
K, English, Poetry, words: 55, favs: 1, follows: 1, 8/29/2017