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  1. Disasters, Delights and Other Detours

    By Parker Owens, in Poetry. 08/22/2017 (Updated: 08/06/2020)

    A second book of poetry, posted in no particular order or schedule. Maybe it's better than the first. Or not.

  2. Loving Fiercely: How I Resist

    By BDANR, in Poetry. 07/28/2017 (Updated: 07/22/2020)

    Letters, poems, prose, and short stories I've written. Includes a letter from a father to his son, experiences with dating, life after Trayvon Martin's death, and other subject matters.

  3. Wayne's Poems

    By Wayne Gray, in Poetry. 03/23/2019 (Updated: 07/20/2020)

    A collection of poems by Wayne Gray

  4. Headstall's Reflections

    By Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 12/07/2015 (Updated: 07/17/2020)

    Reflections of the past, realities of the present, and hopes for the future. These aren't prompts, and anything could wind up here, from poetry to monologues. It's all about words, and the forms they lead us to.

  5. Poem Collection - MythOfHappiness

    By MythOfHappiness, in Poetry. 11/29/2016 (Updated: 07/13/2020)

    A collection of various poems by me, MythOfHappiness... obviously.

  6. Mother Moon's Message in Troubled Times

    By Headstall, in Full Moon. 06/18/2020 (Updated: 06/18/2020)

    Two poems about one of life's constants. The first one was written on Mother's Day Eve.

  7. Musings of a Mongoose

    By Cynus, in Poetry. 01/02/2016 (Updated: 06/11/2020)

    This will be a collection for most of my poetry. Hope you'll find it appealing. Some of it will be Mature, so pay attention to the chapter notes.

  8. Destruction--Self and Otherwise

    By Headstall, in The Storm. 06/04/2020 (Updated: 06/04/2020)

    Storms, vicious ones, are not always created by nature. This poem is about a different kind of devastation.

  9. Lyrical Laments

    By Headstall, in Non-Fiction. 05/28/2017 (Updated: 05/31/2020)

    A new place to express my thoughts through the power of words. They can be about me, or the world we live in.

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    James Songbook

    By jamessavik, in Poetry. 02/04/2015 (Updated: 05/30/2020)

    A place for my poems.

  11. The Neverending Book

    By Black Paper, in Fiction. 02/09/2019 (Updated: 05/28/2020)

    What you read in here you were meant to hear.

    Do you hear it in your ear?

    Do you hear it somehow?

    Do you hear me now?

    Do you wonder how?

    Do you see me?

    Can you hear me?

    I am not a person.

    I am not a Book.

    I know you.

    That is why I will show you.

    What does that mean?

    Take a look..

  12. My answers to Val's Postcards from the Pandemic

    By aditus, in Poetry. 04/02/2020 (Updated: 05/03/2020)

    Following Jan Hutchinson's suggestion I'm writing postcard poems to answer Val's.

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    NaPoWriMo 2020: Postcards from the Pandemic

    By Valkyrie, in Poetry. 03/31/2020 (Updated: 05/03/2020)

    April is National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo), and the challenge is to write 30 poems (one per day) throughout the month. This year, I decided to do something a little different. Each day (or every other day, depending on my mood) I will write a 'postcard'--a short poem about my daily dealings with the COVID-19 pandemic. I will also write other poems as the mood (and daily prompts) strike me. I think it will be an interesting exercise to see how the poems change across the course of the month.

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