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Published & Contest Winning Poetry

  • June 29, 2017 Published & Contest Winning Poems Mary Rose Fair 14549 4

    Elephants

    "Winner of the Open Community Poetry Contest for the period April 1 - June 30, 2017. See commentary below."-Ed.

    "Scientists have long considered the ability to recognize oneself in a mirror to be an index of high cognitive ability...there is every reason to suspect that elephants may be capable of far more complex cognition than is currently…
  • June 22, 2017 Published & Contest Winning Poems Joey Turner 15035 2

    Ants.

    "Runner-up of the Open Community Poetry Contest for the period April 1 - June 30, 2017."-Ed.

    A branch’s charcoal shadow
    cast by an evening sun
    traces a single line of trifling ants
    following in file under an oak’s shade
    avoiding the rays, scurrying;

Community Poetry

  • Sep 03, 2018

    Rain, rain come again

    Community Poetry Lynn 106
    When the rains lure me
    I ride on the rivulets
    Riding through time
    Riding beyond;
    Such thrills
    Behold
  • Aug 28, 2018

    By and by, another day

    Community Poetry Lynn 100
    The spring of a new day spells hope. I vie to make this breathtaking moment a trophy for my day. It is never easy for me. Being present…
  • Aug 28, 2018

    An added song

    I woke up this morning
    With a song in my head
    A song unsung
    A song so straight
    Never had I given it thought
    For it just played and played
  • Aug 08, 2018

    Jesus The Risen Trust

    Community Poetry Mario William Vitale 107

    we can look deep within social resistance

    peer through the window of a hopeless state

    he was there from the very beginning

    alone in a…

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Published & Contest Winning Prose

  • March 10, 2010 Published & Contest Winning Prose Neil Donnelly 42935 5

    Fogtown: A Musical

    Again the dusk has filled this town with fog a sight I've grown accustomed to; odd shapes and silhouettes become dancers and these cracked calloused streets have become their stage. As they dance a bullfrog belches in the background a light wind rustles…

Community Prose

  • Feb 24, 2018

    Evening Dues

    Community Prose Zany Lynn 959
    Vincent walked on. The streets were never like this. The awareness kills him. Why did he not acknowledge her? Surely what they shared for…
  • Feb 11, 2018

    A walk goes a long way

    Community Prose Lynn 1194
    Days just fly by. I am truly grateful, I am. I arise each day before light breaks and retire before the clock chimes for me to return…
  • Jan 30, 2018

    When the light fades

    Community Prose Lynn 1331

    Each living moment reminds me of her. Her smile. Her jokes. I miss Mum a lot more than I ever understood.
  • Dec 28, 2017

    yours

    Community Prose akvile 1023
    i may have made some mistakes in life which might darken me whatever much

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