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2Cry of Masada When men die for their beliefs and their zeal what memories do they leave? It's what happened in Masada, Israel 72 A.D. where the last Jewish fortress fell to the Romans.
Poetry: War, K, English, Poetry, words: 179, favs: 1, 2/6/2006
One last ride After nights in bliss and a love that could never end, how does the last ride really feel? My own ode to melancholia the feeling that seems to be suit me best. Dedicated to Clemi, a good friend who has always believed in this poem and was its first reader
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry, words: 314, 1/27/2006
3In breaths of solitude I often turn to despair, yet it is of no avail as many experiences have showed me. There is beauty in every darkest hour we fail to see.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry, words: 159, 1/27/2006
2A breach in the walls of Hesitation A sweet and humble wood creature came up to me and cheered me up with a mellow song. I never found greater love and friendship before.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Poetry, words: 306, 1/17/2006
1Inner Tempesta Inner Tempesta - the greatness of the nature within, the anger and strength that stretches out into the skies of my heart.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Poetry, words: 122, 1/15/2006
Legend of the White Lynx » My new version of my fantasy tale. The story of Lahja, a centaur's disciple who bears the fortunes of his world, torn by wars and hatred.
Fiction: Fantasy, K, English, Fantasy & Adventure, chapters: 2, words: 6k+, 12/11/2005
1Our Solstice Another dream has ended like autumn turns to winter. The longing for what is lost is stronger than the hope in the future.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry, words: 155, 12/4/2005
Moloch's altar The minority is like the victims of Moloch, an ancient heathen God. I feel my battle against the human world as a lost cause.
Poetry: Life, T, English, Poetry, words: 116, 11/29/2005
An autumn galore A short story/essay on my feelings for autumn and the way I see this season as a gate between our world and another. (Part 1)
Fiction: Spiritual, K, English, Spiritual, words: 927, 11/13/2005
The Veranda Love can be built upon towers of dreams and illusions, yet we feel it as an aching pain coming back over and over again, especially when we're alone and we have the time to think over it.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry, words: 247, 11/13/2005
1A traveller's sketches The world is alike in all of its corners, the infamy of man is taking over. The only free world we can find is in our hearts.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry, words: 192, favs: 1, 10/18/2005
1Like leaves on the wind This new season can bring a promise, a promise of love. Nothing truly dies ...
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry, words: 133, 10/17/2005
Relief There is some relief in the thought that someone out there can embrace your heart and help you through your pains. Dedicated to someone.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Poetry, words: 105, 10/17/2005
2Evangel of hypocrisy This poem is a "J'accuse" directed to someone specific who couldn't avoid criticizing my style and my artistry. I hope the message is strong enough to prevent people from joining his forum.
Poetry: General, K, English, Poetry & Parody, words: 183, 8/12/2005
2Anamchara A soul you're in love with can truly be an anamchara, a "soul friend", when the simple thought of her can bring upon relief and sweet thoughts.
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry, words: 180, 8/7/2005
4Obsequies of the heathen A poem written against the funerals of Pope John Paul II, a voice from the minority against a world that seemed trapped in hypocritical emotions and false expectations.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Poetry, words: 534, favs: 1, 8/5/2005
1The Eulogy of Love I'm in doubt, a crossroad stands before my path ... shall I fall in love again? Shall I open my heart to a pure love and be romantic once more(Part 1 - first 10 stanza's)
Poetry: Love, K, English, Poetry & Romance, words: 271, favs: 1, 7/10/2005
10Crosses beneath the sky A poem on the evil that was done to Africa through the missionaries, and European lust, and murder, and destruction of local, beautiful and unique cultures. A dark period for Christianity.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Poetry, words: 376, favs: 1, 2/11/2005
18Fading Stars A poem to the memory of stars, fading in the plague of light pollution. Man is an usurper.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Poetry, words: 196, favs: 1, 2/2/2005
10Forthcoming Doom An old villanelle (2000) on man's destruction of the ecosystems and natural equilibrium. A simple poem but it means a lot to me, it's the furious heart that growls.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Poetry & Poetry, words: 126, favs: 1, 1/18/2005
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