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1The Fires The town was nestled between the metal jungle and the wooden city. A grey shroud lay over it, as if for burial. The streets were empty and the air was silent.
Fiction: Sci-Fi, K+, English, Horror & Tragedy, words: 715, favs: 1, 9/18/2011
Patrons to the Goddess Earth Beauty magazines tell the stories of women who feel beautiful in their bodies. This poem tells the stories of those who do not.
Poetry: Life, T, English, Angst & Drama, words: 318, 8/2/2011
Red Paint on Roman Sculpture There was a caravan of westerners who admired the tasteful art, but secretly thought that their toddler's were better artists. They ate the cheese and drank the wine and read from their Bibles because that is what you do at an art show.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Parody & Spiritual, words: 241, 6/30/2011
The Dying Shore A secular world crumbles into dissent and nothingness. A religious world... may in fact do the same.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Spiritual & Tragedy, words: 199, 6/30/2011
Moonlit Sonata The air was golden and quiet and the summer day was slipping away on the breeze like a dripping clock.
Fiction: Spiritual, K, English, Fantasy & Family, words: 335, 6/30/2011
Fire and Ice The sterling contradictions: one pure and one rust, one earth and one dust, one hello and one goodbye, one truth and one lie.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Drama & Sci-Fi, words: 196, 6/30/2011
1 The Acid Reigns there you are, on the edge of the precipice like everybody before you and everyone after. but nobody falls, no. you all jump.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Angst & Drama, words: 189, 6/30/2011
1 The Electric Storm The panther was chained to the stone, but every other living thing for miles had long-since hidden from the sky.
Poetry: Nature, K, English, Drama & Supernatural, words: 180, favs: 2, 6/30/2011
The Burden of the Sun The hills were stained with familial blood. The victors had escaped with his wife. He was losing his mind.
Fiction: Fable, K+, English, Angst & Hurt/Comfort, words: 1k+, 6/30/2011
2 Consciousness To sense is creation. To question is humanity.
Poetry: Life, K, English, Spiritual, words: 108, favs: 1, 8/15/2010
1 The Human Epiphany A Shakespearean sonnet on the original sin.
Poetry: Religion, K, English, Drama & Angst, words: 107, 3/13/2010
1Spice of the Killer's Kiss Khatereh and I, we posess the sight. It isn't 'seeing' as much as it is 'living'. Somehow we've survived the Russian invasion on the soil of the New Persian Empire. We cannot keep up this charade forever. Killing the see-ers is their only way to power.
Fiction: Thriller, T, English, Supernatural & Suspense, words: 990, 2/20/2010
1 The Scarlet Fever In the midst of it all, the writers wonder who among them are simply liars. When did depression become 'in? When did it become necessary to be broken to be considered whole?
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Parody, words: 123, 2/16/2010
Iniquity ...It's a dark night; when your sneakers let the mud in and the sky is splinted with ice and the only illumination for the wide sidewalk ahead is one lone streetlight, but you'd rather not...
Poetry: Life, T, English, Angst & Spiritual, words: 210, 2/16/2010
Praeder Vita ...Electric light, like from those newfangled bulbs that help the earth; and organ music, like from those carousels in the roarin' twenties; and bright eyes, like from the galaxies that are probably just dust now...
Poetry: Life, K, English, Poetry & Supernatural, words: 146, 2/16/2010
1 Rosyjska Ruletka Title means 'Russian Roulette'. A poem concerning a group of Jews being hidden in Poland during the Holocaust.
Poetry: Religion, T, English, Angst & Tragedy, words: 246, 2/16/2010
1 Dhanvantari's Daughter The Queen sat under the pavillion of her India; and the waters stirred beneath her but she saw none, or rather, was fixated on the ivy trying valiantly to climb the ivory walls that gated her in.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 351, favs: 1, 2/16/2010
1 Mόλυνση As we sit in the bright lights of the city, we forget who the world should praise and focus instead on a more important god-ourselves. Apocalypse.
Poetry: Religion, T, English, Supernatural & Tragedy, words: 166, favs: 2, 12/17/2009
1 The Autumn Carnival in Nantucket With candy apples the size of basketballs, fields and fields of fresh-washed linen sheets, and a golden trolley to take us all home.
Poetry: General, K, English, Parody & Poetry, words: 102, favs: 1, 10/20/2009
1 Soldier Machines, we all are. Filter, filter, respond. There is no room for a God in this world of emotionless robots. Where is he? Are we in his army? Are we soldiers for him or soldiers of the enemy?
Poetry: Religion, K+, English, Drama, words: 199, 8/24/2009