You remain, forever,in little things lostand found again. You do remain, foreverin the moments past,and smiles frozen. You have, do, and will remain, foreverin your Shattered dreams andMy broken promises, like a light, little leaffallen on the dustto kiss it life, or like a gust of windmeant to blow itaway from me as wicked moments… Read More “Rainbows Last Forever” by Kshitij.
I am dream-bound to the weeping mother of an ocean shore, my shadow is darker than the prose tree of mind and desire a prospect of inner lunacy and death; the clam’s mouth is lighter between the sun, into the silence of blue willows to the inmost bones of creation… Read More of memory.
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… Read More “The Rainbow Room” by ikwords.
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… Read More “My Mistakes” by PatBunny.
Letters from Her: A Collection Female infanticide. The deliberate killing of newborn female children is a serious problem in India… This is a letter in a form of poetry from a girl who was killed and thrown in a trashcan by her parents. A letter written from a girl who was thrown into a trashcan… Read More “Letters From Her” by Kate.
I reflect as I view the past: Forever have I held my tongue, O’er fear I shall attack you, Rather than confront the past. Good men are not like me, for I have neglected to forgive Virtually everything you did, Envying those who forgive with ease. Yet now I see my error, and… Read More “Water Under the Bridge” By The Golden Ray.