Viewer discretion: Insanity and gore warning. And no disrespect to any religion was intended. He didn’t know why she’d asked to meet at the old cottage. It had been years since his wife had even mentioned this property. She greeted him at the door with a smile, vastly different from the weird behaviour exhibited by … Continue reading “The Last Vow” by Priya.
Spooks, the ghost, was swaying in his spot, Spooks, the ghost, saw a great ink pot! Silly little Spooks wanted something to drink, Silly little Spooks gulped down the whole blue ink! And many still don’t believe it to be true, But poor little Spooks turned all blue! And do you expect Spooks to sit … Continue reading “Spooks and the Blue Ink” by Snehal Suhane.
Story Once upon a time Is how stories usually begin Promising adventures In worlds unknown Even though it’s just paper Markings And ink It can take you across the world And back In time for dinner Pull out a flashlight For late at night Get hooked on the characters And love them And cry for … Continue reading “Story” by Elle Wilson.
Poet Don reporting From the weath bureau Rain is falling up today Thought you’d like to know Thanks. Good to know…. You’re welcome…. Poet Don is from the illustrious Poets Society We are honoured to have him here with us today To check out more of Don Matthews’s work, go here. Want to submit something? Just … Continue reading “Poet Don Reporting” by Don Matthews.
Sometimes You’ll just be too much of a woman Too strong Too smart Too beautiful And too much of everything! But it doesn’t mean you need to Show yourself less of a man To win his heart Be a crown to a man who accepts You’re too much of everything! Note from Offshorewriter: Visit Offshorewritings.com … Continue reading “Dear women!” by Offshorewriter.
I remember the moon was about to shine at that time. Her parents were still at work and supposed to be home at 7 pm. During weekends, she’s back at her parents’ care while she was left with her witch grandmother on weekdays. A hell week as she called it. And to avoid getting a … Continue reading “I Wanna Go Home…” by Helena.
Warbling, a pretty sparrow, she’s come to visit thee, to spread wonder and good tidings, perfection uttered, pure beauty to be seen. She scratches around the back garden, throwing her head back, intelligent eyes glinting occasionally, she is here with great promise, her effect is really something that needs to be felt to be believed. … Continue reading “Pretty Little Sparrow” by Lauren M. Hancock.
Everybody wants a peaceful life; Nobody wants to get out of strife! Everyone wants clean air; But people who plant trees are very rare! People want to be loved; But fail to embrace when it’s bestowed! We are mere mortals who live in constant fear, Losing the ones that are dear! We run behind money; … Continue reading “Life as they say!” by samuellawrentz.
I turn and proceed to the next one, a small two-story house on the corner. The rich forest-green walls are caked with grimy mud at the bottom. I move forward dexterously, and soon I am through the door, my gun held up in front of me. “Team 294 present. By the New Law, you must … Continue reading “The Rainbow Room” by ikwords.
I'm just a poor struggle-ing poet I know I've got it down below The trouble, gets caught on my intestine My metaphors get stuck and can't show I'm told I do well writing nonsense A genre few bloggers blog on I bought training books from my op shop To build up my knowledge upon. Don … Continue reading “I Got Trouble. My Intestine Gets in the Way” by Don Matthews.
I'm from Hannah MontanaThe Best of Both WorldsFrom singing at the top of my lungsWith comb for a mic I'm from the old neighborhoodThe sweet childhood memoriesFrom after school gamesAnd childish shenanigans I'm from Barbie DollsAnd kitchen setFrom operating on fake patientsWith my doctor's set I'm from Taylor Swift songsThe cliched lines of love and … Continue reading “Where I’m from” by Anannya Choudhury.
Remembering dim roomshushed conversationwhispering those complimentsalmost embarrassedtrying to communicate the reverencethe pure weight of all this feelingwading so deep in love Ah, they’re only moments… Remembering falling rainburied in each other’s coatskissing through smilesdesire whilst laughingbeing perfectly overwhelmed by someonethe greatness that is all-consumingswallowed so deeply by love They’re only momentsso missingso missedToday is bright, … Continue reading “Only Moments” by Tom Alexander.
When the quiet hits the roomLike a silent bomb, it arrivesAnd in the silence- a lonely feelIt comes in a pretty disguise. And as you sigh, releasing breath,The day washes right away.But silence in never ending formSometimes brings sadness your way. It can make you think of happier timesOr even the struggles you’ve facedIt can … Continue reading “Silence” by FromtheHeart.
Yes you can Cut off my tongue But no you can’t Stifle the songs unsung Of my seared soul Yes you can Cut off my hand But no you can’t Ignore the demand Of my sinewy stump Yes you can Cut off my legs But no you can’t Sever the steely pegs Of my rebel … Continue reading “Yes You Can” by Satyen Hombali.
https://soundcloud.com/user-704004287-457094007/in-a-sea-of-lonely-nights-redo Written and read by Kimberly Ray. A lonely boy in a sea of lonely nightsin that last hour of the daycapturing words he wishes he had saidwriting them downso they’re out of his head Music fills the airsoothing the tensionlessening the cares Take a trip to the other side:what makes the other person tick,what … Continue reading “In A Sea Of Lonely Nights” by Kimberly Ray.
I made a mistake so far in the past,And the guilt, oh how it lasts and it lasts! The pain, the punishment, and the tears,Standing in front of me all these years. I'm like a thread, frayed at the end.Broken, because I lost a trusted friend. My stupid mouth betrayed my private thoughts.Now my stomach's … Continue reading “My Mistakes” by PatBunny.
I'm just going to push the boat out,spit some words and mess about.That's what I love about writing,when you start out you have no idea what to talk about.Then words just appear out of thin air,with flare, with the power of a prayer. Single words can lead to warfareor they can take you from little … Continue reading “Independence” by Martin The Poet.
When I was still waiting for you, you called me to say “Let’s break up!” I thought you were playing a prank on me; But it was the worst I felt when you really meant it. I am cursing myself, it shouldn't be in my fate! You had reasons to quit me, but I have … Continue reading “I still exist!” by Offshore Writer.
I don’t know whose granting wishes these days Some sorry self-elect, Maybe no one, maybe God. Too busy to do their job correct. Oh and your timing? Superb. I was worried about my mid-life crisis I can’t believe you had the nerve! Specifically the right one To take half my sight Halve my ability to … Continue reading “A Warning” by Daniel Pearce.
Cutting to the heart of all this longingis it the vicious tongue you wag at meor the perpetual mystery hanging from your actionsthe contradictions of your possible state of mind I see the hurt, I feel the pain you carryand sense your urge to be desired by menthe flirt of all you do rings loudly … Continue reading “Anatomy of Longing” by Tom Alexander.