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Sweet Honeymoon by Dri Cook - [94 words]
Your Sorrow by B Galindo - [116 words]
Wot, Do Guys Really Need? It's A Mystery. by Louisa Duncan Have met a few, lost a few, and don't know where to go from here. [364 words]
Whimper, Weak Little by Marie Karr - [123 words]
Where No One Can Find Me by Marie Karr - [41 words]
When I... by Lucy Midnight - [46 words]
What You Took For Granted by Lucy Midnight - [33 words]
What He Means To Me by Lucy Midnight - [99 words]
Tu Seduccion Core Como El Rio by Roberto J Moreno It's about a girl I have a weird relationship with. It's in spanish cause it turn... [163 words]
To --- An Illusion by Duke Sekhon - [64 words]
They Came From Afar by Kennedy O Obohwemu Tries to picture why there's so much trouble on earth...where did they come from? [114 words]
The Plight Of Man by Skyler Drevan - [215 words]
The Novel China Doll by Rae Seen too many things like it. [52 words]
The Message In A Dream by Thomas Buck - [69 words]
The Glum by Marie Karr In the Sociology class, to relieve the itch inside the brain, a necessity to watch the rain...of words... [140 words]
The Fugitive by Marie Karr An escapist lyric. [44 words]
The Apples Are Gone by Dri Cook A contemporary fairy tale. [111 words]
The Anatomy Of Presumption by Marie Karr I can't guess what's happening, I'm an idiot with a slop of mud on her face. [123 words]
That Which Heals All Wounds by Mike Schiller - [482 words]
Tangles Of My Heart by Lucy Midnight - [61 words]
Swirling by Marie Karr - [62 words]
Soft Touch And Tender Kisses by Lucy Midnight - [68 words]
Runaway Life by Jay Little It's based on my life as it going. [335 words]
Rumbles N' Fights by Lucy Midnight - [98 words]
Realization by Louisa Duncan Hope this is something others will achieve and learn from. [124 words]
Popular Redundancies by Higgins Many words used in writing or discussion could be eliminated. [81 words]
Poetry, You'll Always Be Sweet by Dri Cook Someone here told me to never stop writing with my heart. How could I? Poetry is... [112 words]
People Who Should Be Phased Out by Higgins A senryu attack on those with irritating manerisms. [103 words]
Overindulge by Skyler Drevan When life has gone too far. [101 words]
Open Coffin by Sasu Dunno what Im thinking, read and see my mind... [133 words]
One Flaw Ruins All by Marie Karr - [39 words]
My Choice? by Thomas Buck - [24 words]
Mirror Talk by Dri Cook I dialogue with myself in front of the mirror about the woman I used to be. [46 words]
Mirror! Mirror! On The Wall .....? by Duke Sekhon - [115 words]
Maybe It's Goodbye! by Roberto J Moreno - [286 words]
Love At First Sight by Dri Cook Memories of a love story. [92 words]
Lets Face The Music En-Trance by Stuart Eric Longridge - [447 words]
Leaving Civilization by Marie Karr Forget the part about Tarzan. [126 words]
Lame Overused Expressions by Higgins Unimpressive redundant expressions. [156 words]
Kleidoscopic Sky by Buxton - [35 words]
Just For Today by Dri Cook Where are we going to? [216 words]
It Was Love At First Sight by Dri Cook Another take of LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. I want to thank RAM, another wonderful pen frie... [163 words]
It Is Hunger That Binds Him, Decapitates by Marie Karr I don't know of any deeper way to express the grumbling in my stomach.... [83 words]
Indigo Blood by Buxton A poem pretty much.... [81 words]
Impulse by Marie Karr Sensitive, silently forceful. [47 words]
I Think... by Lucy Midnight - [52 words]
I Love Words by Dri Cook Words, what I do, what would I be, if I hadn't you to share my life with? [192 words]
Hurt...... by Buxton Thank's? [165 words]
Hidden Secret by Buxton - [68 words]
Goodbye My Friend by Thomas Buck A letter about friendship lost. [147 words]
Frightened Little Me by Dri Cook Frightened Litte Bee, now in quartains. Thanks RAM, thanks for your help and support! [258 words]
Frightened Little Bee by Dri Cook God and I talking few moments before I was conceived. This caused me to better understand... [221 words]
For The First Time... by Gwendolen McCloud This particular poem speaks to a developing awareness of the value of time and thus the i... [83 words]
Failure, Of Course, Is As Dreary by Marie Karr - [147 words]
End This... by Sasu - [74 words]
Dreaming Nothing by Seth Jordan I am a 24 year old man prone to vivid dreams, which I translate into poetry and writing...this... [183 words]
Dream Pain by Marie Karr - [71 words]
Digging In by Marie Karr It came one day when all is a flash and you go, "Wow, yeah, this is so wonderful." [84 words]
Chaos by Lucy Midnight - [68 words]
Chakras by Stuart Eric Longridge Wheels of light and love. [70 words]
Battlefield And You
Back To Ashes by Karina Lizet Perez - [130 words]
Anything? by Lucy Midnight - [44 words]
A World With You by Rae - [49 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Battlefield And You
DESCRIPTION
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[53 words]
AUTHOR
Amanda Connison
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
"You cannot depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus." - mark twain
[July 2003]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (3)
Hook (Short Stories) Written for the PA Govenor's School. [1,855 words]
Monsoon Lover (Poetry) Written in a couple of minutes in my notebook, thought it had interesting potential so i decided to post it. [40 words]
Trailing Sun (Poetry) It's about those few moments when a relationship is over. [53 words]
Battlefield And You
Amanda Connison

Buried somewhere in this battlefield,
Is the tale of old lovers,
Piled beneath years of decay
And brittle bones of soldiers.
I close my eyes and
Try to believe in this new age
Renaissance without you and
Our memories.
This battlefield gets
Cold at night and chills my flesh,
I wish I had more of
This nostalgia to weave into a shawl.

 

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE
© 2004 Amanda Connison
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 2004
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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