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Unheard Voice

Sometimes I feel like crying.

My heart is crushed every time I keep my hopes up and watch it fall right in front of me. There’s this tiny voice inside my head telling me “Go ahead, cry. 103 more words


Goodbye Casino

Playing cards

You burned the deck

Ran your hands

Round my neck

I’m sitting on the aces

Lady’s graces

Got a plan

Who doesn’t

Who doesn’t


Characters' Characters

A person who uses, refines and respects the potential of words is called a writer.

A person who is a ninja with words is called an editor. 30 more words


Him to Her

“I wanted to watch you fall into slumber as you rested your head on the table. But he was sitting next to you, doing it instead of me.” — Him to Her


King of Inconvenience 9/5/14 D2


When you have been ignored,
I recommend you continue to be neglected;
to not be seen or heard from. Protest.
This is peacetime resistance.
Absence, the most memorable form of expression left. 61 more words



Rolling over

He found her face

Asked without a word:

Did you want me to change you darling?

Because I’m afraid I will

When we say a thing… 227 more words


Mid-Life Tanka

I haven’t done a poetry challenge in a while.  The Daily Post has a new take on Haiku–Tanka!  

“Traditional tanka contain five lines instead of haiku’s three, and 31 syllables instead of 17. 73 more words