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Eurydice Walking By Mica K

Eurydice Walking

My heart is full of candle wax
and the deep-belly hunger
of the Dead.

Everything here moves slow:
the flickering shadows,
your tender footsteps, 185 more words


Better than a Great Song

Several years ago, British poet John Fullerwrote a poem with a bright future as a chart-topping pop song.  Perhaps its catchy flow is due to the fact that it’s a strict  298 more words


Franz - #208

Franz – Our complicated relationship with time, one in which we desire more and less of it at any given moment. The way we live through it doing things we hate and waste more of it by thinking for far too long of all the things we wish we would do. 39 more words


“My dear Maurice, Lucifer was face to face with God, yet he refused to serve Him. As to the kind of truth one finds in books, it is a truth that enables us sometimes to discern what things are not, without ever enabling us to discover what they are. 47 more words


I knew about this poem years ago. In my head I saw it typed in a book. I just never knew when it would pass through the birth canal. 842 more words

Selva Rolin

Books for Young Writers

I’m not talking about books for writers who are young- though if you are, there’s nothing stopping you from reading these. There just for anyone in need of guidance. 177 more words

Black Breasts are Illegal, a little anecdote about following the law

By Teka Lark

It was a good day in South Central Los Angeles and I was on my way to get coffee and then I got stopped by a Black cop in Hawthorne. 571 more words