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Don't Stop Writing

She finally sets herself down
At the desk with her notebook,
Cell phone and laptop abandoned.
The words flow halting, stuttering
Across the page in melancholic tones, 71 more words


Paranoid pools under eyes

An ant bathes in the lower lip of a waterfall’s open mouth
Babylon topples into prison custody
The colors of the wind pierce Harlem’s nipples… 18 more words


Habits Are Hard To Break

Alex has been trying to break me of the habit of shooting the dark green coral.  Has he succeeded?  In a word, no.

When I saw this scene, I immediately stopped to shoot it.   25 more words



Your soul is shipwrecked
But your heart is still beating.
Never give up hope.


Stacking the Shelves [2]

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews – be sure to check them out!

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. 233 more words


Part 3: Writing and Lit Podcasts, or the Terrifying Specter of People Talking About the "Writing Life"

(I love podcasts. I listen around 2 or 3 hours a day between my commute, time at the gym, and household chores. This is part 3 of 4.) 452 more words

"Dear Anthropologist" by Scherezade Siobhan

trapdoors       of       counterpoint
lunettes of aten. a pharmacy of monographs
veritas. ant-hill synthesis intended as
obelisks. antennae to commune with the cosmos
before us through dialects and dogma. 351 more words