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Published & Contest Winning Poetry

  • June 29, 2017 Published & Contest Winning Poems Mary Rose Fair 16702 5


    "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 17067 2


    "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

  • Nov 06, 2018

    Bottle crime

    Community Poetry Lynn 1026
    Fancy me
    All solid and shine
    Some may say
    I look so fine
    What you pour
    A clear sign
    But sometimes full
    Of the undivine
  • Nov 06, 2018


    Community Poetry Lynn 890
    The hallway is dim and dark.
    I see nothing
    The piercing rays of the sun
    bore through the fabric
    I hide
    Beneathe it
    sobbing away
    I dare not…
  • Oct 31, 2018

    C o l o r s

    Community Poetry ariana 227

    I see a sky of white and magenta, violet and pink.

    Lilac colors that sing for me the sweetest lullabies that set me deep into sleep.


  • Oct 11, 2018

    Love Lasts Forever

    Community Poetry Mario William Vitale 262 1

    true love lasts for ever

    no matter what the weather

    this we come to seek the treasure

    banish the brevity from what were willing to…

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Published & Contest Winning Prose

  • March 10, 2010 Published & Contest Winning Prose Neil Donnelly 44775 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

  • Nov 16, 2018


    Community Prose Lynn 212
    Tiny footsteps could be heard clamouring up the narrow, winding stairway. Beaten once again. Beads of perspiration covered her battled…
  • Oct 16, 2018

    Take a dive

    Community Prose Lynn 257
    Life is as plain as you can get. Everything set like food laid on a plate. You know from the order what you want but often times, you can…
  • Feb 24, 2018

    Evening Dues

    Community Prose Zany Lynn 1272
    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 1532
    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…