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# Post 9 ( (Singing) Caged Birds )


(Singing) Caged Birds

She sang to me
I sang to her,
We sang together –
No cords were heard.

We sang for us
We sang for them, 51 more words


saturday vignette - a garden in winter

In downtown Denver, on a rather unremarkable piece of land adjacent to the new Elitch Gardens amusement park and the Speer Boulevard/South Platte River bridges is a manicured little botanic oasis named Centennial Garden.  145 more words


Friendly Ghosts

The prompts this time were:


It’s time to untame yourself

Bleeding for you/Not bleeding for you

All he wanted to do was revive her

What I wrote is below. 424 more words

Writing Prompts +

Out of the Darkness|Episode 6

A Series of Vignettes

On the Soul’s Journey to Freedom

Her hand trembled slightly though she knew there was nothing wrong. She grasped around in her head looking for something to calm this flutter that would not silence. 258 more words


Obscurity in Poetry — A Spectrum

by Geoff Page

(Developed from a short talk given in Bondi on November 7, 2014 at the salon of Luke Fischer and Dalia Nassar)

Firstly, we need to remember a successful poem is both an act of communication… 1,152 more words


bohomags reblogged this on Mags Loves Jimi and commented:

Obscurity? I couldn't be more if I wasn't unsure.

Forty stabs, maybe more

“And this one’s for mom, you bastard.”

Blood spilled as knife met flesh over and over.

In the end, both victims fell silent, one dead, the other empty. 122 more words


Last week (I think) fellow author Nia Forrester mentioned the 30 Days, 30 Stories challenge and I said I was game. So what is it? Starting 27 January, we post one very short story or vignette per day. 45 more words