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Through the Glass

I’ve stepped like Alice

through the glass

to find the woman

on the other side.

I’ve watched her

–hands as they tremble

–smile as it fades. 22 more words

Poetry

My simple ambition

I wish not for you to be mine,

But only to be together

And, really, no matter whether

We do or do not cross the line. 27 more words

Soar Vandergeid

Evenings.

One evening,
I saw the sky reflecting my emotions.
I saw it mimicking everything that was going on within,
Those many feelings that even I was unaware of. 55 more words

Poetry

a recycled haiku

A Recycled haiku

Our fast-paced lives leave little time to contemplate. These Micro Moments are designed to entertain in a few words, read them slowly and savour the essence. 88 more words

PwrPuffGzr Writes

Heads Up

These wounds they carry are open and exposed,
revealed to whoever wants to see.
They no longer try to conceal them,
for they hold stories; 145 more words

Prose

Poetry Review: Signs Of Early Man by Jane Weir

SIGNS OF EARLY MAN BY JANE WEIR
TEMPLAR POETRY (PAPERBACK), 2009
33 PAGES

POET’S PAGE (POETRY ARCHIVES)

AMAZON.UK

AMAZON.COM

WHAT’S IT’S ABOUT

Signs of Early Man… 179 more words

Book Lover's Boudoir

How to ride a bike in South Florida, poem by Stephanie Casio (STARTING TO RIDE Poetry and Prose Series)

How to ride a bike in South Florida
by Stephanie Casio

1. Wrap your legs with four layers of sweatpants like bubble wrap. Don’t mind that your sweat from being outside so long has soaked through a pair and a half. 405 more words

Writing