Rachaela by A J Magy This poem is old, more so even than I. At the time, I thought it was possible to find myself in someon... [429 words]
There Is Stress by Maggie Birchwire - [102 words]
River Bank, A Collection by Duane Locke A collection of of verse - River Bank With For Sale Sign, A Weed In A Yard Where A Fen... [161 words]
Free by Larenda Kay Reynolds Lost Love. [35 words]
Reversion by J A Melody The power of human memory. [34 words]
Tunsenesya by J A Melody The irrepressibility of the human spirit. [87 words]
Pick Hit by Anastasius This poem is basically just about how you always wonder about things and you start to think youve fig... [307 words]
I, Movements In Automatic Writing by Tyurina E Allen a poem I wrote automatically. If you know a better title for it please tell m... [130 words]
Portrait Of Nothing by William M Faitel I wrote this poem during a hard time in my life. I had no direction to go, and life was co... [329 words]
Obsession by Nan C. Terra It is describing the turmoil of emotions that one feels when the person they chose to love refuses th... [395 words]
A Short Time Later... by Virginia A. Sheppard Partnership, acceptance and strength..I surrender [294 words]
Disquiet In Hesperides by Sandra Lee Larsen A poem. [178 words]
Eve And Adam by Philip Kuchar A feminist reworking of the Garden of Eden myth. [113 words]
The Lake by Philip Kuchar A tale of a lover's call from beyond the grave. [179 words]
As I Walk by Kerry L. Schofield This is a poem written in response to a certain mood I was in while deciding one morning that everyth... [114 words]
Golden Wishing Well by Virginia A. Sheppard Look unto your dreams for the golden wishing well. [494 words]
Clutter by Nelly B Capra A poem about how we try without success to get rid of our clutter. Maybe we should take a closer look a... [25 words]
You by J. Michael Kearney Free verse on a break up. [143 words]
Dying Lessons by J. Michael Kearney A short free verse about the grieving process. [195 words]
Stargazing by Silents A memory of the night when love entered my life for the first time. [62 words]
Angel In My Eyes by Silents This is a poem written for a young lady who entered my life at it's lowest point. Through her ... [167 words]
Find Or Loose? by Maria Little-Hawk - [64 words]
Steps by Maria Little-Hawk [41 words]
Description.... by Maria Little-Hawk When you trying to discribe the fairy tale. [72 words]
The Old Hollow Tree by Virginia A. Sheppard A special tree that lies within the hearts of two lovers who long to be together without th... [373 words]
Tears by Rhonda De Pietto Ocasio A Poem. [116 words]
Faith Or Insanity? by Rhonda De Pietto Ocasio A Poem. [60 words]
America! by Tim Scaserini A (very) angry (performance) poem relating to the unsatisfying nature of American chocolate. [75 words]
A Day At The Office by Robert Lopez To brief to describe... [97 words]
The Missing Of You by Debra Phillips A poem. [58 words]
Eclectic Poetry by Laura Ashlene Attwood I write cathartically, about what moves me, about myself and my experiences. My poetry is a mi... [223 words]
As They Say by Fizzgig McArthur The poem I wrote after she left me. [62 words]
Nighttime by Fizzgig McArthur This is the story of the night passing. [79 words]
Funnel by Fizzgig McArthur - [107 words]
Cycle Of Love by Sue Brown One day I realized my son was treating me the same way I treated my own mother at one time. [70 words]
Tarot Magic by Sue Brown This is a poem about not listening to our inner voice. [199 words]
Feel The Touch by Lisa - [108 words]
Kitchen Light by M. Parker The warmth of a new home. [68 words]
One Chance by Steve Barney This is a story about how it is up to us (mankind), to make this world work. Everyone has to do the... [119 words]
The Tree And The Wind by Johannes Pastore A poem on irreconcilable needs/differences. [132 words]
Sean Penn by Drexler McStyles Through drug-addled eyes.... [100 words]
Swings In The Sand by Drexler McStyles A poem about the beauty that engulfed my mind for an evening. [159 words]
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A 5 week travelling love affair with a remarkable man who subsequently died, inspired these works. These poems are a cathartic reaction to my devastation at his death.
Laura Ashlene Attwood
I'm a twenty seven year old woman, working as a freelance journalist, but presently unemployed. My poetry reflects my love of travel and my relationships and life experiences. I've travelled widely and lived in various countries. For the past three years I've been working in news and current affairs in radio and television. Interests include meditation and yoga and volunteer work.
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Eclectic Poetry (Poetry) I write cathartically, about what moves me, about myself and my experiences. My poetry is a mirror I glance at when I need to, the reflection depending on my mood or state of mind at the time. [223 words]
Laura Ashlene Attwood
You were my rainbow
Fragile, delicate misty spray
I could never hold you
You glistened too brightly
in the sun
Out of reach always
But for a glorious moment
You shone across my face
Laura Jan 1999
I found you beautiful bird
we flew together for a precious while
Then you overtook me
spiralled to heights I can’t yet reach
Maybe one day I’ll fly with you once more
till then ...
Life appears to have no rhyme
The story where logic’s abandonment
leaves a melted skeleton
Pieces in a game of Hide and Seek
of surreal proportions
the stranger and vastly curious -
the closer to the existential
bizarre reality that is life.
I meet you again
in my tortured mind
I feel you
Velvet moment as
your warmth brushes my cheek
Brief ecstatic joy
a few seconds then child grown up
but never again as you were
I know it’s you
How could I ever forget
Morphine for my soul
Now all I have is my senses
Gut wrenching feeling
I hate that place
I feel it in the depths of my core
the tumour that poisons me inside
a viciously cruel gnarled hand
constricting my heart
Leave me alone
Give me my mind and my memories
that’s the only leftover on my dirty plate
Laura March 1999
Souls never perish
The canyon you’ve left
will gently fill with trickling tears
One day the serene water
will moisten parched earth
the seed is sown
planted within me
flowering .... the glory
how fitting - you embraced life
all that could die
WHERE ARE YOU...?
Will I ever be with you once more?
What of questions I know can never be answered
AS a child my Gran always told me in answer to my million questions of “why” ...why is a crooked letter. “But why, Gran..?” “Well, why is a crooked letter”
Only now do I understand what she meant.
I remember when my beloved kitten Smog was killed by a car. Her little kitten brother was beside himself. She couldn’t be far...but where..
His little striped paws pattered the wooden floors searching, searching, questioning nature's womb
But he never found her.
The confused eyes .... asking me, begging me to explain.
Words useless anyway between cat and human
useless useless, a fire burning naked of heat
Humans so superior because of speech
We communicate nothing, we hide behind our putrid words
Your eyes, piercing my core
Staring, I saw your soul,
you saw mine like noone else before,
I bared my spirit
naked offering of all I am
Seeing your face through my kisses
Exploring our senses,
you taught me to sense you
A mere glance formed the utterance of my soul.
Words rendered useless,
experience fathoming description.
Forever silenced ...
it is in silence I feel you the strongest.
The spirit’s gentle footsteps cross
the plains of many landscapes
the scent of strange people,
spicy fare and foreign flowers
mould the solid core,
into a pounding ocean
*** this page is dedicated to the memory of Anton Warburton, my lover and friend. I love you Ants, and always will.
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"Very powerfully written. I hope you can once again find love as strong as what you have lost." -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"The love that you feel in your heart will never die... you've moved me beyond tears, to hope. Be well and know there are people out here that hug you and feel your passion and loss." -- Hunter.
"I hope n pray for you. Keep writing. Be happy in the joy that u have had the priviledge of being loved n loved so powerfully. Not everyone is that lucky. God bless u. " -- Avis, Mumbai, India.
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