October 30, 2014

Lines Of Life

by Venkat

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lines, i was born with
on the inside of palms
holding my fears and joy Continue reading

October 30, 2014

Noah

by Peter Notehelfer
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He stands

at the bow

his hand out

stretched to take

from a dove 

the branch

of peace  Continue reading

October 30, 2014

Fantasy,

by CW

In the end what we thought,
was not the thing we sought.
As much as the memories brought,
followed behind by the lessons taught.
There will always be a knot,
as if everything was a plot.
Forget how hard we fought,
and when the problems clot.
Thought we just let things rot,
but maybe not.
Now we shall find for a spot,
where happiness is caught.
-CW

October 30, 2014

Softly Loudly – Gently Forcefully

by Colly

rounder

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October 30, 2014

~ Gray Zone ~ Haiku

by ladyliterati

Obscure images
Subconscious thought in symbols
Gray zone of the mind

O’Prunty
10/30/14

October 30, 2014

Morning Mist Perception

by Heather's Starting End

This photo was mastered by a photographer, an old school friend of mine, Steven Parr. It captivated me with my first glimpse. I asked if I may put it to prose which he kindly permitted. I hope I was able to do his work justice. Thank you, Steve!

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The Sun crept up behind the curtain of trees,

Sneaking a stolen glimpse

Of  how young morning air,

Seduces still waters

A magical, mystical meeting,

Of Mother Earth and Heavens mist

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October 30, 2014

i love you really, wait.

by suicidallyanonymous

Tell me something heartbreaking,
and turn my veins to paper
in your flamethrowing hands.
I wish your tongue could cure
the crack in my throat.
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October 30, 2014

Euston Square

by Jem Croucher

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Hoards of people waiting
Coffees at their side
Watching the announcement boards
Waiting for their ride Continue reading

October 29, 2014

Dream Ancestors

by Matt Spence

What did you want
to say
to us?

Reverberating
at the end of the
magician’s long
white scarf.

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October 29, 2014

I am a spectrum

by Jem Croucher

20 March

I have colours
more than most
Converse yellow
Blue of coats

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October 29, 2014

Perfection

by mkvecchitto

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Perfection lives in perception

Crafted in the eye of the beholder

Appreciated by the designator

Declared to be so

Perception lives in perfection

Perfection exists in creation

Designated in the mind of the master

Valued by the maker

Declared to be so

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October 29, 2014

Her hands

by Harry

Submitted by Mel Gibson

Nimble fingers dance
With needle and thread.
She wields a wooden spoon
Like a soldier gone berserk.
Cutting paper circles
To share with little children.
Tucking grandchildren into bed.
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October 29, 2014

HEART ACHES TO FALL

by Harry

Submitted by Roopesh
 
 

The battle of roses

fought with barrel of a gun,

blood seeks to merry the rose

with a little color of its own.

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October 29, 2014

Ye-ow Fat Cat

by Colly

yeow fat cat

Start to finish.
My love whilst not diminish.
You put the meow in my dish.
The purr in my fur.
The buff in my fluff.
Your love Des wondrous…! Continue reading

October 29, 2014

Windows

by Venkat

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rings of fire
titillate from far
meant to fuse into air
in excitement we approach
glued into loops of glowing wonder
so lost for breath in fumes
we lose into the burns
to enter another
dark fantasy Continue reading

October 29, 2014

The Children

by Peter Notehelfer

The children

in Kelly green jerseys

run east across a long field

while those in Red Sox red

run west in hot pursuit

of a white ball  Continue reading

October 29, 2014

~ No Place to Hide ~

by ladyliterati

 

In the vale dense fog was rising
Creeping ghostly about the trees
And the night owls eyes were glowing
Stalking his prey tenaciously

A snap of twig a rustle of leaf
Intensified the eerie scene
My imagination began running wild
After-all, this night was Halloween!

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October 28, 2014

Priceless, Intact Artifacts

by Colly

pretty girl classic

Blithely, this lord plays his mandolin.
Scant, theatrical, cloth drapes o’er masculinity.
Whilst maidens dream of possible engagement.
Hearts bow for desirous love.
Solidarity graces their fellowship.
Loose attire unveils their nudity.
Cloth purposefully accentuates ivory deity.
Pictures can easily defy modesty.
Re-define beauty or sexual attraction.
Small – large breast significant in acclaim.

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October 28, 2014

Thousands of Solitudes

by Matt Spence

With a strange exuberance
falling eyes ducked into a
serious redbrick saloon
dropped neons go
horizontal clinker.

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October 28, 2014

Diamond Cutter Blues

by Matt Spence

Doubt he’ll be back soon
given the three in the a.m.
nothingness spin smoking
cigarettes and disillusioned
bartenders with bottles
waiting full of cheap
yellow gods, and strange
hotel garbage.

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October 28, 2014

Diamond Diggers

by Venkat

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moments but, to behold the shine
from uncovered gem stones
ploughing deep into earth Continue reading

October 28, 2014

Spirit of Illumination

by Morgan

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Dancing Apparition
Filling Dreams with Light,
Guiding the Passage of
The Autumnal Night. Continue reading

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