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Shortest run of the year Two Mile Run

I could never get away from them. I don’t know how they ever found me. But today, I went up the old quarry road near the tri-state border of West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. 573 more words

Critic's Corner

Oread By H. D.

Whirl up, sea—
whirl your pointed pines,
splash your great pines
on our rocks,
hurl your green over us,
cover us with your pools of fir. 97 more words


poet's corner: the gladness of nature by William Cullen Bryant (american poet,journalist 1794-1878)

Is this a time to be cloudy and sad,

When our mother Nature laughs around;

When even the deep blue heavens look glad,

And gladness breathes from the blossoming ground? 151 more words

Excerpt from "Souvenirs and Prophecies" - Wallace Stevens

I thought, on the train, how utterly we have forsaken the Earth, in the sense
of excluding it from our thoughts. There are but few who consider its physical… 159 more words


Some people

Some people
ascend out of our life, some people
enter our life,
uninvited and sit down,
some people
calmly walk by, some people 108 more words

Ambrosia Book Tour

OWS Ink, LLC along with Catterfly Publishing is proud to announce the release of our first annual poetry anthology, Ambrosia. This project was a labor of love between the poets involved and the OWS team. 315 more words


What We Want

What we want
is never simple. We move among the things
we thought we wanted:
a face, a room, an open book 62 more words