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]
Rhythms Of Pi by Dark Matter This one's totally up to the reader's interpretation...I'd rather not say anything about it. I'm... [367 words]
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]
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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In Memory of Mark Whitney Davis 1960-2001
You left me here alone ... WHY?
Dark imagination, things that slither in the night, the dark side of existence ... Fascinating. I imagine, I write, I dream ...
|AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (55)
Descent To Hell (Poetry) This is actually a song I wrote for a novel. [233 words]
Do You Feel Me? (Poetry) - [84 words] [Erotic]
Don't (Poetry) - [91 words]
Edge Of Eternity (Poetry) Loss and redemption. [189 words]
Epilogue (Poetry) - [35 words]
Eternal Curse (Poetry) Vampires... again. [124 words] [Horror]
Evil (Poetry) Another song? What's up with this? [118 words]
Fantasy .... Reality (Poetry) Written after a rude awakening. [73 words] [Relationships]
Freeky (Poetry) Feelin' kinda dirty ... feelin' kinda mean ... [81 words] [Erotic]
Games (Poetry) - [103 words]
Happenstance (Poetry) A little silly, perhaps? [66 words]
Heaven Bound (Poetry) As did Sylvia, I felt the need to express my feelings on this day of national tragedy, and as she so aptly stated, no reviews necessary. [124 words]
I Am Sin (Poetry) More vampires... [116 words] [Horror]
Imaginary Lover (Poetry) - [74 words] [Erotic]
Immortal Obsession (Poetry) Immortal cravings. [94 words]
In The Eventide (Poetry) - [100 words]
Insanity Part Un & Insanity Part Deux (Poetry) I believe I've lost it .... [155 words]
Interlude (Short Stories) Chance encounters can be dangerous.... [172 words] [Horror]
Lycanthrope (Poetry) Poem or short story... you decide... [197 words] [Horror]
Mezmerized (Poetry) Oh, the lure of the darkness. [165 words] [Horror]
My So-Called Life (Poetry) - [99 words]
Not Quite Haiku (Poetry) Just what it seems... [49 words]
Nothing Left (Poetry) Love realized. [138 words] [Erotic]
Only Words (Poetry) - [61 words]
Onslaught Of Love (Poetry) Secret yearnings ... [137 words]
Pandora's Bottle (Short Stories) First love, last love... [5,004 words] [Horror]
Player (Poetry) When the player tires of the game.... [57 words] [Relationships]
Please Now (Poetry) - [49 words]
Predator (Poetry) - [84 words]
Primal (Poetry) - [26 words]
Ravenous (Poetry) - [47 words] [Horror]
Requiem (Poetry) -Perhaps a final goodbye [40 words]
Reverie (Poetry) - [100 words]
Sacrificial Lamb (Poetry) - [94 words]
Sisters Of The Heart (Poetry) In Memory of Joey Callihan 1949-1999 [120 words]
Soliloquy (Short Stories) A woman seeking love, finds more than she expected. [173 words] [Fable]
Soul Of A Dove (Poetry) - [73 words]
Spontaneous Combustion (Poetry) A little heat.... [72 words] [Erotic]
Steam Heat (Poetry) A little something to warm a winter's day? [20 words]
Super Bowl High (Poetry) I've been a Bucs fan from the first inauspicious fumbling in the dark to tonight's awesome Super Bowl win ... This is dedicated to all of us diehard fans! Go Bucs! [109 words]
The Bell Tower (Poetry) Unrequited love ... [169 words] [Romance]
The Callous Heart (Poetry) Those lying guys... I mean eyes ... [89 words] [Relationships]
The Looking Glass (Poetry) - [155 words]
The Memory Book (Poetry) A real departure from my usual ... [155 words]
The Mists Of Dreams (Poetry) Sensuality. [69 words] [Romance]
The Portrait (Short Stories) A painting with a dark secret ... [1,352 words] [Horror]
This Man Of Mine (Poetry) - [95 words]
Those Eyes (Poetry) Can fantasy become reality? [68 words] [Erotic]
Traces Of You (Poetry) - [99 words]
Transformation (Poetry) I know, I know, vampires again.... [152 words]
Vamp (Poetry) I know, more vampires, I just can't seem to help myself... and who said vampires have to be male? [158 words] [Horror]
Vampire (Poetry) - [70 words] [Horror]
Where? (Poetry) Lost love [97 words]
Whispers On The Wind (Poetry) Something ghostly this way comes... [92 words] [Horror]
Winter Wind (Poetry) Alone. [128 words]
Words spoken, never unspoken …
Hearts broken, never unbroken …
Gone … without any warning
The call came, early THAT morning
Those words, your mother spoke to me
My mind, refused to accept, you see …
Frantic cries, all of my pleading
Shattered heart, torrents was bleeding
In my dreams, your specter haunts me
In this life, I will never see
Silver gun, pressed against your head
Trigger pulled, why not me instead
|READER'S REVIEWS (19)
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"Very powerful! This really hit home with me. I lost my 14yr old cousin to suicide just over a year ago. Absolutely heart wrenching." -- JM.
"Thank you JM ... I have lost so many dear to me in the past few years, all young, but this suicide was like nothing else on earth ... He left me a year and a half ago, I was unable to articulate this ... until now" -- Judith.
"I am truly sorry for your loss Judith. Hopefully this will bring some healing to you. Thanks for sharing it." -- JM.
"Having experienced it yourself, you know what it is ... thank you, JM" -- Judith.
"This really touched me even though i've nothing to relate to. You seem to have a great touch with words." -- eddie charles, raleigh.
"Eddie, though you may not have experienced a suicide, we all can relate to the devastation of profound loss ... thank you for your kind words" -- Judith.
"I'm glad you were finally able to express this in written form. A great burden has been lifted from you. As difficult as it has been for you -- you remain strong. RIP Mark." -- R. Bennett Okerstrom.
"Sometimes less is more. In 6 simple verses you managed to very powerfully express you loss, I think it touched you and everyone else that read this." -- Dennis Kanan.
"R. Bennett ... once again you have proven your perceptive insight, thank you for that ..." -- Judith.
"And Dennis ... there could be no higher praise than your review ... thank you" -- Judith.
"Yes Judith, Dennis is so right. This has touched me very deeply and has stayed with me." -- JM.
"Thank you, JM ... it's amazing that this is touching so many, no better tribute to Mark's memory could be expressed" -- Judith.
"Judith, This poem really hit home for me. A close friend of mine named Kathy committed suicide four years ago, and I still cant understand it to this day. Great work, it touched me deeply. Doc" -- david doc byron, vincennes, usa, ind.
"Doc ... this piece seems to resonate with many people, after all, we are all very damaged in our own way ... just" -- Judith.
"Interesting that you recommended this to me - I had read it and commented under my other name Eddie Charles - this is all new to me and I trying to work it out but after re-reading this I think my review was not nearly flattering enough - this was so very touching - thanks" -- Just A Guy, Raleigh.
"Judi, I am so glad that you are able to express yourself through the written word again, you are an amazing talent. I know Mark never wanted you to stop living when he did and I am glad to see you have been "awakened". I am sure Mark would be very proud of you. Don't ever stop...you know how talented I think you are. I believe in you and will not stop hounding you until you are published." -- April.
"Thank you,Baby Girl, you have always shown me support in these endeavors and if I ever do get published, it will be in a large part because of you ... keep crackin' that whip !!!" -- Judith.
"I was just back in Ireland for Christmas to find out my friends mother hand commited suicide.I have been around the troubles in N Ireland and have seen a lot of deaths,but this was different ,i couldnt even mention it to him,i was cold,i dont know what he thinks of that but i think for the first time i had went into shock over a death situation.I havnt lived there now for 11 years and it hit me that i and all the rest of the people who live through all thats happened there are immune to violence and death somewhat,i only realized i had changed by living away.Ilove your work ,makes me tremble its so real. " -- Stuart Eric Longridge.
"Stuart, I can only imagine what it must be like to live surrounded by fear and violence every day of your life ... we experienced a taste of that feeling on 911 and we now live overshadowed by the very real possibilty of more incidents of senseless violence ... I am very happy you enjoy my humble offerings ... Thank you" -- Judith.
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