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3 On Toast Only humanity makes burning toast into a moral dilemma or a judgment of character.
Poetry: Humor, T, English, Humor, words: 133, favs: 4, follows: 1, 8/7/2014
2 Gone too Long Stones shift. We stumble talk- tricky as time travel, eyes ask—"Where were you?"
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 86, favs: 1, 5/16/2014
1 Home He pointed straight to the cheap seats. Beat down on the plate and straight up again. Beat down. Nobody knows them like he does- Nobody.
Poetry: General, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 170, 4/3/2014
2The poem The poem he wrote in English Lit to impress the girl with the razor blade wrists as she surreptitiously pretended not to be looking at his notebook which she definitely was looking at.
Poetry: Humor, K+, English, Humor, words: 51, 4/2/2014
1 Dirty Linens I was thinking about how society use to judge divorce in the past vs. how it does now. I'm a little ambivalent about whether I think the changes in attitude have more to do with the sexual revolution or societal growth or maybe economics-the ability of a woman to support herself and her children. I'm leaning towards economics.
Poetry: Life, T, English, Family, words: 116, favs: 1, 3/16/2014
1 Organic Methods It's a little like that apple you bit into at breakfast- the one with the bruise. It's best to eat around it,
Poetry: Family, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 59, 2/3/2014
9Water Comes to Life » If I can accept that I'm going to die, just maybe I can do this. The thought lingered as I slowly raised my head from the desk. The motel door chimes woke me from a night terror, the kind where you know you're sleeping but you can't move. *reworked story
Fiction: Supernatural, T, English, Supernatural & Suspense, chapters: 10, words: 15k+, favs: 2, follows: 2, updated: 1/24/2014 published: 10/21/2011
1Silly lil' walkin' tune I have a cat named bunny and a cow named horse and I love you darlin more than I like most...
Poetry: Song, T, English, Humor & Romance, words: 166, 12/19/2013
1 A road to make us humble "The three wise men were late for Christmas Still they knelt down and gave their gifts...
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 38, 12/5/2013
1Missive The bride to be gave her sailor love an oar on their wedding day.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Romance, words: 33, 11/16/2013
1 Man of my heart Steady and sure as the sun you are— old words, easy to say and take for granted—
Poetry: Love, T, English, Family & Romance, words: 46, 11/16/2013
2 Not yet She was glad she didn't live by the calendar. It said it was Spring.
Poetry: Nature, K+, English, Romance, words: 97, 4/4/2013
1 Coco Because of Coco she hides dog treats in her coat pocket for neighbors' dogs, friends' dogs, strangers' fur balls out for a walk.
Poetry: Friendship, K+, English, words: 40, 3/15/2013
2Pride and Politics » I've been witness to some political breakdown as of late. I think I might name my next ulcer after it. It should be a crime how conflict escalates instead of becoming a place to learn, grow, heal, and compromise.
Poetry: Politics, K+, English, Crime, chapters: 2, words: 52, 3/12/2013
2Aokigahara "Aokigahara" is a forest at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan. It has a reputation of being haunted and is the second most popular place in the world for suicides.
Poetry: Life, T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 197, 3/8/2013
3 Valley and Forge on surviving
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Spiritual, words: 47, 2/7/2013
5 Kites Fishing for lightening, he gives me his key to string-
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Romance, words: 37, favs: 1, 1/15/2013
4 Two Widows There are moments when I wish other people could see what I see because there is something important and life effecting happening that is simply too full to describe. This is one of those moments, so I tried my best to share it with you.
Poetry: Friendship, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 94, 10/12/2012
3 Than Being Comfortable Another Haiku, where I cheat and put the title at the end. Imagined scenario about a messed up relationship. But it could also be read as just a very industrious person, no relationship implied.
Poetry: Haiku, T, English, words: 4, 10/11/2012
3Costume Jewlery I once had a friend who would talk obsessively about a girl he liked. I kept encouraging him to tell her but of course he wouldn't. In fact, he freaked out about it. This poem is about a truth I learned from him, but I switched the gender because it fits the analogy better.
Poetry: Love, T, English, Romance, words: 29, 10/11/2012
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