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Poem of the Week: Decisions

August 27, 2015

Decisions—not for the weak of mind.
Decisions—not for my dull behind.
Decisions—so many to make,
And I’m not sure how much more my mind can take. 217 more words


It Called Upon A Heavenly Light

It called upon a heavenly light,

Death gave his command

For man to take plight.

In holy divide, he finds land.

Griffin soars into clouds… 57 more words


Where the Stars Shine Brightest

It’s short story time again! Enjoy, and feel free to comment and let me know what you think! ~Alice

A cold, wet, rainy day had settled upon the town. 2,285 more words


Lessons from the Lives of Writers: The German Romantics

The German Romantics were pretty awesome. Their style of writing and thinking set in motion a key literary, art, and philosophical movement.

The German Romantics were also particularly practical folks. 201 more words


Another Place to Meet

Another Place to Meet

By Allie Marie

Take me somewhere else

where there is nothing to buy or sell.

There’s just two hands and two feet to… 75 more words


Mynewshe: St. John Mendel did it

What do you when you want to write something similar to what has already been written.

I started writing a story back in winter of 2014, a few months prior to the release of Station Eleven.  81 more words