Display the perfection of your beauty. Hiding the flaws and the issues that it brings. For the masquerade is a ball, and life it’s dance floor. The beauty that you have, is the tool for seduction. Past it – there is nothing to take in. Just dark roads, and light less life. A/N: I free… Read More “Light Less Life” by Ruptes.
You’re wearing this bloody sensual body suitYour seductive eyes are big & beautiful ocean blueEvery step you take is calculated & very shrewdYou’re holding me tight in your tender arms of unbreakable loop You’re dragging me out of my castle of haunted moodsMy face is hidden under the layer of my shady & torn hoodYou unhide my crown of… Read More “Poisonous” by Navin.
I. Today is Sunday and a plausible day in the calendar for me at the cafe. Recently I had a lot of angst about how I spend my time. Attempting to get back all of it from unfruitful works. Cash had never been my principle vexation. Except at a specific time of life, when I… Read More “Man in Cafe” by Rajkumar MN.
The doctors never diagnosed or treated the problem, crocodile they used to call her in school – not original, but it hurt. Her skin was scaly, like a crocodile, so maybe not original, but accurate. Children are magicians – finding their peers worst fears – preying on them, mercilessly. Through years of comments, sneers, good… Read More “Nina” by Just Another Writer.
Hello everyone. I hope all is well today. How are you doing? I’d love to know. So… To the point of this: This is essentially a post looking for a participant to write chapter 13 in our story collaboration. I’ve yet to receive a claim on the chapter, and as time passes, the collaboration is… Read More Story Collaboration Notice and Reminder: Who wants to write Chapter 13?
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… Read More “I Got Trouble. My Intestine Gets in the Way” by Don Matthews.
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 makes them come alive,what’s in their head… Read More “In A Sea Of Lonely Nights” by Kimberly Ray.
Note from the author a.d.matthias: Everything italicized is authentic 1920s American slang, including the title. Lightning split the sky over a secluded, Philadelphia country road. Autumnal sycamores and ironwoods embraced the winding route. Swollen with deep oranges and dirty yellows, they burst into glossy, earthen watercolors with each strobe of the darkness. A midnight blue,… Read More “The fart catcher” by a.d.matthias.
The light was gone, But still you shone. The light returned, Then you dimmed. You lit up my world, Now you shadow it. I guess I needed you, You play the light, So I could find the shadow. Want to submit something? Just go here.
For the present, memory is rattled by the sorrel sobs that do not quell from my bleeding lips And I, now enclosed, in the flowers and darkened furnaces that blemished on my pale skin, I do not know, nor do I remember, but it is through the ashes in my weary palms, On the ghoul… Read More In The Stars.
Chains and Cages weigh us down, Yet deep inside, we hold the key. Look around, and you will see, The endless state of mystery. – We writhe and scream, And want to be free. But look around, at what you see, For all around, is mystery. – When you see, and see you will, The… Read More “Chains and Cages” By MirrorAnt.
As I’ve forgotten between the winds, Of some strange strangers walking, And the stalk of dreams had balm the reaches Of the settled flames in the wind, With the acknowledgement, rather bothered, Of the wasted, like bones dug out of the dirt, Like soil with collective stems of a crooked rock That brushed your fingers,… Read More As I’ve Forgotten Between the Wind.