Arriving by Peter Rivendell Just a poem about the way I`ve been feeling lately. [65 words]
The Embrace by R Bennett Okerstrom A newly born vampire's first taste. [90 words]
Holding On To Life by L A Winterburn One mans fight with suicide. [109 words]
The Netherworld by Stuart Eric Longridge The real world, before the smothering of education. [103 words]
Supa Computa by Stuart Eric Longridge A scary realistic tale. [140 words]
Gone by Peter Rivendell Being miserable is the new black. [197 words]
Winter Wind by Judith Goff Alone. [128 words]
Where? by Judith Goff Lost love [97 words]
Vamp by Judith Goff I know, more vampires, I just can't seem to help myself... and who said vampires have to be male? [158 words]
Vampire Wedding by David B Doc Byron Two vampires take their wedding vows. [129 words]
Trees by David B Doc Byron You figure it out! [145 words]
Time Again by P M ... [36 words]
The Traveller by L A Winterburn - [88 words]
The Plan by L A Winterburn One plan to wipe out humanity. [74 words]
The Memory Book by Judith Goff A real departure from my usual ... [155 words]
The Lovers by Sue (Sooz) Simpson - [124 words]
The Looking Glass by Judith Goff - [155 words]
The Hhmmm Efect by Sue (Sooz) Simpson - [783 words]
The Extraordinary Way by Leslie Clark A poem about how I plan onliving the rest of my life, with my beloved and our future chil... [106 words]
The Callous Heart by Judith Goff Those lying guys... I mean eyes ... [89 words]
Spontaneous Combustion by Judith Goff A little heat.... [72 words]
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Pity by Mia Angello Chris Isaak's, Graduation Day, is today for me. [32 words]
Onslaught Of Love by Judith Goff Secret yearnings ... [137 words]
Nothing Left by Judith Goff Love realized. [138 words]
Missing You by L A Winterburn - [21 words]
Insanity Part Un & Insanity Part Deux by Judith Goff I believe I've lost it .... [155 words]
In Your Dreams by R Bennett Okerstrom - [71 words]
Immortal Obsession by Judith Goff Immortal cravings. [94 words]
Heart Of Gold by Rowan Davies I reeled this off about the 'Plainfield Psycho' Ed Gein in preparation for my next story. Enjoy. [428 words]
Happenstance by Judith Goff A little silly, perhaps? [66 words]
Final Words by Rowan Davies Hung up? Me? Never. [110 words]
Edge Of Eternity by Judith Goff Loss and redemption. [189 words]
Don't by Judith Goff - [91 words]
Caves by David B Doc Byron A man ventures into an ancient cave filled with the ghosts of other wanderers. [101 words]
Bite by David B Doc Byron A poem of vampire lust. [97 words]
Birth Seed Of Death by Stuart Eric Longridge A very real possiblity. [103 words]
A Space by Dark Matter A lonely man, makes alive again the memory of a long lost love, in the time of his earthly decay... [141 words]
Charted by Mia Angello - [46 words]
Your Anger by Husky Could you guys tell me what you think, thanks. [49 words]
The Memorial by Dianne Lee Just a little poem about a memorial. [87 words]
The Hands Of Time by Dianne Lee Poem depicting life. [287 words]
The Bell Tower by Judith Goff Unrequited love ... [169 words]
Summer by Kirsten McManus - [372 words]
Something by Kirsten McManus - [39 words]
So Young by Pedro Alsama the man walks alone stories flows around the desert and again the rememberence of the treasure I keep... [65 words]
Singularity by Rachel Weisenfeld Short, sweet, to the point love poem. [42 words]
Shadow In Light by Pedro Alsama A wrong movement about the weather. [28 words]
Post Mortem by Judith Goff In Memory of Mark Whitney Davis 1960-2001 You left me here alone ... WHY? [68 words]
Pet Rock by Jeff Fazzalore I wrote this poem out of pure boredom. It was originally for an assignment at school, but I decided th... [25 words]
Old Age by Dianne Lee A little poem on how we dismiss the aged [90 words]
Not Quite Haiku by Judith Goff Just what it seems... [49 words]
My 'lil Pink Foo Foo by D Donely This is a poem I wrote for my foo foo, who sadly, passed away this past winter. Please, gi... [96 words]
Mummy by Dianne Lee Shows a child dealing with her mothers death. [116 words]
Lizardman by David B Doc Byron A poem about a legendary swamp dwelling beast. [128 words]
It's Time To Say Good-Bye by D Donely Yet another one of my poems -- it's about how relationships come to an end. [73 words]
It Hurts by D Donely This poem is written about my mother, and the pain she has caused me. Out of all I have written, this ... [125 words]
I Know by Amy Mondure Lioncourt It's just sometihng that I have noticed. That a lot of people have the same fear. [116 words]
High by Kirsten McManus - [52 words]
Her True Side by D Donely This is a poem about a girl who doesn't let the world see her emotions. She hides behind lies and... [59 words]
Eternal Curse by Judith Goff Vampires... again. [124 words]
Escape Route by Tim Baker Probably a good one to read or remember listening to some chill out dance music at a club. [46 words]
Do You Feel Me? by Judith Goff - [84 words]
Bring Me Down by Nikki Haliway Another one I wrote when with my ex boyfriend, going through a bad time. [43 words]
Being Perfect by D Donely This poem is mostly about trying to be perfect; you'll just have to read it ur'self, & come to yo... [57 words]
Axle Grease Of Infanticide by Andrew French Experimental. [46 words]
Awaken The Giant by Diamond King About the December 7, 1941 attack by the Empire of Japan on the United States Naval station Pe... [327 words]
2 Different by Nikki Haliway I wrote this when I was with my now ex boyfriend. [70 words]
12.5.02 by Kirsten McManus - [57 words]
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Rhythms Of Pi
This one's totally up to the reader's interpretation...I'd rather not say anything about it. I'm interested in others' opinions more than my own.
I'm a third-year student at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, studying English as an evolving language, and its compositional forms and stylistic periods. Writing as a kind of practice, allows the inner voice to resonate more loudly than all the other voices I hear in my life every day, so for me it is a kind of meditation. It is a way of harnessing pain and refashioning it to rationalize my present identity, and I do that by giving it physical structure, salience. But pain is only the half of it. It is also an outlet of positivity. No pain is deeper than the potentiality of all the joy that can dig pain out of the mind and blow it to the wind.
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A Space (Poetry) A lonely man, makes alive again the memory of a long lost love, in the time of his earthly decay... [141 words] [Romance]
Rhythms Of Pi
Rhythms of Pi
by c.d. wilmot
It’s all neon lights and peeling paint,
Cheap wine and half-smoked butts,
Innocense lost, regained at will,
“We have time, right?”
“Yeah we have time.”
We were clothed.
We are now naked.
Tongue drops down on swollen breast,
Circles up toward nape of neck,
A soft nibble of an ear,
Fingers touch fingers,
Toes touch toes,
She rises over me,
gently comes down to kiss my cheek,
A womb of ebony hair cocoons my face,
I am warm and safe inside.
Mommy, don’t worry,
I am safe and warm.
Neon light flashing outside,
On, off, on, off,
I sit up.
Her sex opens wide,
Curtain upon burgundy curtain draws,
Each more moist and ruffled than the one drawn before it,
Each a safeguarding a more forsaken land beneath.
A moan from her mouth,
Draws me to this stage.
I suck, and bite, and knaw, and groan, and lick,
Cradling clittoris and dreams of heaven,
Losing senses, losing mind, losing time...
I see all the unborn boys, girls,
Heroes, Cowards, the Loving and the Hating,
The Tyrants and the Lovers and the Politicians and the Preachers,
The hope of the future,
All inside the potentiality of pussy.
I never knew fear to smell so sweet or taste so bitter,
All at once.
All smiles of joy,
Eyes close in ecstasy,
Eyes open, pause...
Eyes forced to squeeze shut again,
Fear of this realness quickens the pulse.
Bed rocks and metal coils creak,
Tender fusion of flesh,
Mingling tongues glisten,
Muscles flex and relax in rhythms of pi,
Her body rises as mine falls,
Mars and Venus inertia,
Mommy, don’t worry,
I am safe and warm.
Playful words make petty promises,
In the greater promise of night’s short embrace
Eager professions of faith,
Quiet confessions of love,
All lead us down, down, down,
Down into the unknown,
Down through the tough times,
Through shouting and shrieking and hitting and running,
More running and hitting and shrieking and shouting,
Through silence, through apology,
Through hitting and crying,
“I love you” echoes “I love you”,
“I hate you” echoes “I hate you”,
“Oh yeah baby, yeah right there baby.”,
“Fuck you, you bitch!”,
“Harder, yeah that’s it, yeah!”
“Fine, ignore me!”
“Yes! Fuck me, yeah baby Oh yeah, I want you!”
“How can you treat me like this, you bastard?!”
“Hunny, will you marry me?”
“You make me sick. I want a fucking divorce! ”
Mommy, don’t worry,
I am safe and warm.
Ravaged dreams stuck in a timeless abyss,
Walk onward, weary, -
Love is left to wonder why.
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"What has it got to do with pi? I know maths and this isn't it." -- Jack Brown.
"If you ever saw the movie "Pi", you'd know that Pi has spiritual significance. And yes, I know math too and pi is 3.14.... But in my piece, Pi signifies a mystical rhythm, a determined and constant cosmic number that keeps bodies in balance (or out of balance). I thought it sounded cool, so I added it." -- Dark Matter, Amherst, MA, USA.
"I see where you're coming from now. I'm sorry but I'm not very spiritual and things like this don't come to me quickly, but it was good nevertheless." -- Jack Brown.
"Good stuff CD. I like the new name too." -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"Thanks Okerstrom. All that writing I had on here before was stuff I felt I wasn't proud of. I have experienced much since the time I wrote all that, and I think aesthetics of the art of writing can only be genuine if there is genuine feeling behind it all, not simply a notion to impress with elegance or eloquence. Overall, in retrospect, I'm glad I wrote all that because it reminds me how far I've come. " -- Dark Matter, Amherst, MA, USA.
"again...very impressive." -- Michelle.
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