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Moonlit Journey - Part V - Haiku

Posted on 01/16/2012 11:09:34 AM

HaikuSpringWatching the birds fly,My mind wanders to the sky,Searching for beauty.SummerPracticing underThe shady sycamore tree -The sun still finds me.FallI read by streetlight -Solemnly the silent owlWatches me walking.WinterWintry tree limbs hangUpside down and touch the clouds -Wooden icicles.JuneLightning ...

Moonlit Journey - Part IV - Midnight Musings

Posted on 01/16/2012 11:08:46 AM

Midnight MusingsIn so many waysMight I describe theEerie,Illuminated,Calm,Darksome,Yet thought-provokingRealm of night.Even as theBlanket of Shadowy CalmEnvelopsAnd EnrapturesOur side of the planetAnd RevealsMother Earth'sHidden, sentimental beauty andInspiring, glorious view ofThe Heavens,Do we not ...

Moonlit Journey - Part III - Castle of Bones

Posted on 01/16/2012 11:07:36 AM

Castle of BonesI built a castle of bonesFrom my closet of skeletons;A life of unreleased regrets,A life of unpaid debts.Take a one way trip to despairInside these castle walls,Forgotten years of bloody tearsInside these ancient halls.----------------------------------------AntiquityA book unopened,Covered ...

Moonlit Journey - Part II - Of Light and Dark

Posted on 01/16/2012 11:06:29 AM

Of Light and DarkFaith and prayers Are your only hopeIn this hopeless place.The flickering candle flameOf your spiritShould light a small pathAs you stumble towards destiny;Pray that God would guide your way.The great light of countless soulsConverging towards a common cause,A strong, spiritual, sacred ...

Moonlit Journey - Part I - Urban Decay

Posted on 01/16/2012 11:04:59 AM

Urban DecaySlowly descendingThe spiral staircaseInto urban decayOn this night long journey -Preceded by flashlightAnd followed by the full moon,Whose eyes hold us all inHis view as the street lightFlickers in and out in orange shades.----------------------------------------Spirit of the PastThe spirit ...

The voices

Posted on 01/01/2012 10:52:01 PM

I hear voices. Sometimes they talk all at once, and I can’t distinguish one from the other or what they’re telling me. They talk to me at work and in the car -- always at a time and place that is wholly inconvenient. I pull my hair and tell them to shut up. And then, when I’m open to ...

I'd rather cut my leg off with a butter knife

Posted on 12/29/2011 01:14:58 AM

  My friends and aunts and parents sometimes ask about this "book" I'm writing. I don't like calling it a book, because a book is something that is published, and I don't know that anyone with a printing press will ever be interested in my writing.  I'd rather refer to my project as a ...

Still need reviewers for these novels!

Posted on 12/19/2011 02:43:43 PM

Rebirth by Dave Longeuay *historical fiction* Blog tour will be Feb. 19th – 28th. How did a remnant of scattered Jews rise to build a mighty superpower in the Middle East? Fleeing his father’s anti-Semitic organization, Charles Devonshire journeys into the most volatile landgrab in history—Post ...

Poetry As Art: Friedrich Schiller and William Wordsworth

Posted on 12/17/2011 10:06:17 AM

Poetry is a delicate art. A copious number of persons classify themselves as poets. True poets, however, are not ubiquitous. They exist only in small numbers, and are frequently isolated from society. They work in solitude creating images of nature and shaping reality with words for distinct purposes. ...

In the cube

Posted on 12/15/2011 02:02:07 PM

In the cube battles are fought. Lives are lost. It's an ancient war replica. Replicated are the numbers of lives lost. Soldiers lose their mind. And also a lot of fun... for those with nothing to care about.           It's called The Cube because of the ...

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