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Sis by L Jay It's what I want to say to my sister but can't. [98 words]
Losing Battle by R Bennett Okerstrom Prepare for sin. [109 words]
Who Am I? (Spiritual) by Lady Sashi - [142 words]
Severed by Samara - [138 words]
Blasphemy Impotence by Samara - [156 words]
Hope And Pray by Lady Sashi - [62 words]
Tiny Dreams by Briony Carvalho As with the rest.. five minutes of brain splurge! - please please review some of my stuff - even if... [150 words]
Tree by Tamsin Butler It's mainly about the loss of a friend, many years ago. [194 words]
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The Warming Of My Soul by Gia M Lombardi After a week of rain, I write about how relieving it is to finally see sunlight. [150 words]
The Light Of Tomorrow by David Daniels I think I'm going to go in a different path and start writing poetry that's more positive... [162 words]
The Last Orpheus by Gregory De Feo The mythological character debuts in our time, emulating the first sons of Adam and Eve, when ... [93 words]
The Greatest Theme by Tim D Ryan - [190 words]
The Comfort by Randall Barfield No one can bring him back. No one can forget him either. [250 words]
The Cat In The Straw by Steven L Howard Then Grandfather said He's a silly old cat But there's many a man Who behaves just like th... [336 words]
Tears And Beauty by Briony Carvalho Sad that people are so concerned with looks. [126 words]
Summertime by Carrie-M Walton Enjoying the joy's of summer. [92 words]
Still Born by C Baldwin - [63 words]
Skin Deep by Lady Sashi - [153 words]
Self-Destruct by Lady Sashi - [101 words]
Runways And A New Way Away From Here by Tim D Ryan - [162 words]
Rest On The Wind by Sasu A poem that reads, and loves, it hopes for your eyes to read, and would love it. [74 words]
Reno by Kari L Starnes A collection of very creative poems. [8,489 words]
Reflection (2) by Ashley Burdett Thoughts on what it feels for some people to look in a mirror... [278 words]
Pearl Dreams by Stuart Mould I dream behind frosted glass. [171 words]
One Country Morning by Carrie-M Walton Life on a farm is busy but enjoyable. [134 words]
My Eternal... by Brian C Lebron This is something I wrote this morning.Let me know what you think. [40 words]
Meaningless by L Jay It's the way i feel about my relationship at the moment. [7 words]
Look Up To The Skies With HeaveníS Eyes by Dll Old Brick For Emily. [84 words]
Linen And Silk by Tim D Ryan It's a random poem...I guess. [79 words]
Life Happy Or Sad by Tiffany Smith This a poem that reflects my brother and all he going through. [127 words]
Last Love Song by Beth Emily Victoria Edwards - [55 words]
In My Mind by David Daniels This is a poem written by my 17 year-old niece,Andrea.Her grandpa passed away from cancer last Novem... [375 words]
I Died Today by Lady Sashi I wrote this as a warning and a reminder that prejudice is out there. [73 words]
His Reason by Ken Harbec Sleepless nights and the thoughts that are provoked. [93 words]
Here I Am. With No One by Byron Tuckett - [116 words]
Glad by Tamsin Butler Silly peom that will hopefully make you laugh. [27 words]
Four Little Words by Briony Carvalho Out the words tumble - this one is about relationships. [114 words]
Fall Sceptre by Gregory De Feo - [50 words]
David by Tamsin Butler It started as a poem about my memories and ended up just odd. Enjoy! [190 words]
Changing by Briony Carvalho Can't ever decide anything - just jotted down the meanderings of my mind! [120 words]
Celebrating In Heaven ... by Sylvia F Allison This poem was written Christmas 2000, ten months after my Moms' death due to Alzhei... [137 words]
Canada At A Glance by Ken Harbec Canada at a glance......HA. Old love letters. [32 words]
Can He See Me? by Tamsin Butler Did some stream of conciousness writing. I am not sure if the last line works so please let me k... [166 words]
Armed And Dangerous by Corey J McCormick - [31 words]

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[152 words]
Ken Harbec
Silent for months, love is worth rejoicing. For my Husband.
[September 2006]
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A Prayer For Paco (Poetry) A moment with God. [78 words]
Canada At A Glance (Poetry) Canada at a glance......HA. Old love letters. [32 words]
Come Monday (Poetry) An open letter to a love gone by. [127 words]
His Pain (Poetry) I am glad I had the chance to see his eyes that night. [20 words] [Relationships]
His Reason (Poetry) Sleepless nights and the thoughts that are provoked. [93 words]
Levi (Songs) When mistakes overtake your soul. [241 words]
Levi, Too. (Songs) Inclusion, from your brothers along with delusion, what should have been. [197 words]
Love On The Kancamagus. (Poetry) Sharp turns, on the road and in life. [291 words]
Paco (Poetry) - [40 words]
You Aren't Mine (Poetry) Is a piece of paper all that important when two people can attract communication at such a deep level? [36 words] [Relationships]
Thursday's Child
Ken Harbec

The decay of lost love emerged
 from the age stained page.
I stood breathless feeling the pangs of puberty
 beating through my veins.
My fears and dreams flashed about my brain.
Choices made,
 I drank in the sentiment.
He could always cleanse my palate.

My soul was once his
today belonging just to me.
I am a lost child not knowing which door
I should open.
Questioning the ones that are now closed.
I sit on the edge
wanting to stand
for what I believe.

I am a child
listening to the scoldings
of a forbidden fruit
not good for me
no future
no trust

I fold the memory following the creases
that previously embedded my life.
Running my hand over the words
trying to draw the emotion
out from the ink that stains my soul.
My heart knows it was right.
Now I must place this away from the light.

I am a child afraid of the dark,
afraid of what is within.
There is no love that can fill
the fathomless heart
belonging to no one
but me.



"I find myself drawn to this site to see if perhaps, by chance - it has become ritual. 4:10 daily. I wish you happiness, from the depths of my being. You are special, so very special. " -- PGV.
"I liked this...especially "I am a child afraid of the dark, afraid of what is within.There is no love that can fill the fathomless heart belonging to no one but me." What meaning do those words hold for you? " -- mattie.
"My, my, my. I haven't read a prose so constructive in a very long time. Am I correct in assuming that you are alone? I felt it was a choice, but a regretful one. I have read your other works, and this is as mysterious as HIS PAIN. Emotional, yet cautious. Good job. I would like to see more." -- Kathy B..
"Good woek, the part of "sitting on the edge wanting to stand for whatb I belive" is such a wonderful stance. What is holding you back? STAND UP" -- alexx.
"Mattie, I felt fear over feelings that maybe developing, and knowing that there is no return. The darkness is the vunerable child coming out, the wall that must be put up. Thank You Kathy, there is no regret, just remorse. Thanks alexx, it just can't be done." -- Prudy.


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October 2005

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