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  • Poetry » Other
    Yangtze Home
    5

    sea of green and one lone grey building stands mute amongst the reeds lonely, broken, empty home free from the burden of a family, soulless and eternal lazy drifts by ...


    Galatea - Mon Dec 13, 2004 8:36 am

  • Poetry » Other
    The Li river
    4

    Beautiful Li's husband was sent away to help build the Great Wall. She was hearbroken. Everyday she would climb to the top of a hill with her child in arms ...


    Galatea - Mon Dec 13, 2004 8:30 am

  • Poetry » Narrative
    Why me?
    8

    Why do you hold me back all the time? All I want is your approval. Hold me back and I'll snap. But you stretch me anyway Push me in one ...


    InnerTurmoil - Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:18 am

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Metamorphoses
    6

    This poem contain mythical allusions and are from Ovid's Metamorphasis. Hense the title. Its a great classic work that has been overlooked in favor of such plays and epic poems ...


    WinterGrimm - Mon Dec 13, 2004 2:18 am

  • Poetry » Narrative
    Cutting Edge
    9

    I wrote this poem at work, about work. (I'm working at a CompUSA) language pg-13 Cutting EdgeWireless, high-speed internetBluetooth, PDA, HP, PalmOneplays mp3, wva, avi, and bmpWindows Compatable!check stocks, collect ...


    WinterGrimm - Mon Dec 13, 2004 2:05 am

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    Can you hear me now I have nothing left to lose I'm naked and broken my scars shinning in the moonlight I'm so tired of fighting each day just to ...


    Wulie - Sun Dec 12, 2004 2:54 pm

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Waiting to Exhale
    15

    I know there's a movie called Waiting to Exhale, though I've never seen it, and the title captured my interest. So I wrote something and used that title. Thanks to ...


    bubblewrapped - Sun Dec 12, 2004 10:03 am

  • Short Story » Romantic
    acid+base=salt+water
    5

    It's Friday and a chunk of golden chicken drips, cook-marks sizzling on the bottom of melted crumbs shining in the fake light of your unnatural landscape. Today it was a ...


    Liz - Sun Dec 12, 2004 4:25 am

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    echo bubbles
    6

    echo clinks of water on chains of concrete forming slivers of the false world false world which can't sing you in your silver shoes with the silver rain leaving metallic ...


    Liz - Sun Dec 12, 2004 4:14 am

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    Transience
    4

    Trying a different form...I quite like it. Stream-of-consciousness-ish. Definitely promotes inspiration, anyway. Transience a footprint in the sand or the imprint of a fingertip in the icing of a cake, ...


    bubblewrapped - Sun Dec 12, 2004 2:09 am

  • Poetry » Narrative
    The Man at Station Four
    15

    The Man at Station Four He may have always been there, The man at station four - He sits there like a marble ghost, And looks at the polished floor. ...


    bubblewrapped - Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:32 am

  • Article / Essay » Review
    Ill Met By Moonlight, by Sarah A. Hoyt
    6

    "Ill Met By Moonlight" is the first in a series of fantastic books by Sarah A. Hoyt detailing the life of one William Shakespeare and his contact with the world ...


    bubblewrapped - Sun Dec 12, 2004 12:51 am

  • Short Story » General
    The Insecures
    4

    This piece may or may not fit here. I wrote this for an English project and am eagerly awaiting my English teacher's feedback. I'm attached to it though and would ...


    SilverWright - Sat Dec 11, 2004 11:04 pm

  • Poetry » Lyrical
    subtle-pretty
    8

    to gouge this grainy wind which walks so free, (proving life's existence with no intermittance) would be so icily cruel, like the bladed sun which shakes and breaks the gossamer ...


    Liz - Sat Dec 11, 2004 9:32 am

  • Short Story » Romantic
    Your Smoke
    10

    Last night the rain was whispering on your cheap, leaking roof with the unstable tiles, and you and your cigarette were whispering against my neck. I could feel your hot ...


    Liz - Sat Dec 11, 2004 9:25 am


The greatest part of a writer’s time is spent in reading, in order to write; a man will turn over half a library to make one book.
— Samuel Johnson