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Bonds Unravel #amwriting

Bonds Unravel

My lace wool knots with a mere glance

leaving me to unravel bonds

as life does by my inattention.

Sascha Darlington


Failed NaPo 2017

For those of you who are unfamiliar with National Poetry Writer’s Month, it’s in April, and a lot of people get into it. This past April I tried to get back in the habit. 202 more words

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​NaPoWriMo #1/30

STIMULUS: “Someday,” said Bean, “you’re going to need me the way I needed you. And I’ll be there.”

– Orson Scott Card in the novel  96 more words


An Ode to Twilight

The evening sky is tinted like sepia stained photographs
as if to tuck in the happenings of the day into memories
before they crumble beneath the weight of cloudless nights. 160 more words


Never. (Poem)

I am …

Going to fly like

I’ve never been on the ground

Live as if

I never felt like dying

Write like

You don’t even know who I am… 244 more words


Jamaican Poetry: What’s in a name by Denise N. Fyffe

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2017, Denise N. Fyffe

He walks up to me
Looking like Hersey’s candy
So smooth, so divine;
I let him think… 571 more words

Jamaican Writer

The wild

I have seen flowers come in stony places,
Their fine roots crumbling concrete;
I have seen gulls nesting on sky scraping cliffs
And watched grass quietly creeping out over the lane. 194 more words