- God's Love Has Made A Way For You (Poetry)
An answer to the question "Why did Christ die on the cross?"
by Z B McClure - More poetry by Z B McClure
- TEAR YOUR HEART OUT song lyrics by Joel Sattler (Spirituality)
by Joel Sattler - More poetry by Joel Sattler
- For Franziska (Poetry)
by +Steven Curtis Lance - More poetry by +Steven Curtis Lance
- time after time (Relationships)
seekin' the thought
by steve patterson - More poetry by steve patterson
- self-gratification (Poetry)
by Alexander Goldstein - More poetry by Alexander Goldstein
- Bable (Poetry)
by George Carroll - More poetry by George Carroll
- Who I am (Family)
by Richard J Kallao - More poetry by Richard J Kallao
- The Usual Infirmities (Poetry)
by Michael D Schafer - More poetry by Michael D Schafer
- Puffs of Smoke (Mainstream)
You are the only one who knows who you are and what you want out of this life..
by D. L. Vegas - More poetry by D. L. Vegas
- The End (Drama)
This is what a defeated soul is like, with utter deconstruction of a confidence unmatched among fools, for the fool lies to himself, but believes it with all his heart.
by John Rockie Coppolella - More poetry by John Rockie Coppolella
- Same Old Same Old (Poetry)
by Jerry Bolton - More poetry by Jerry Bolton
- Pay It Forward (Inspirational)
My daughter's childhood friend is about to lose her mother. A mother she has not seen in years. Tonight her mother is on her death bed and her daughter has begged for help. She is young and raising a
by Kathy J Parenteau - More poetry by Kathy J Parenteau
- To Paige (Poetry)
I'm so proud of our granddaugher, Paige, who is graduating this year!
by Jane Noponen Perinacci - More poetry by Jane Noponen Perinacci
- Light Never Dimming (Poetry)
For those of us addicted to the written word, there is imagination always at the ready, a fearless illumination void of boredomís darkness. (Image by Janice Dick)
by Odin Roark - More poetry by Odin Roark
- I'll obey (Religion)
by D.T. de Bruijn - More poetry by D.T. de Bruijn
- Endless Life / Permanencia (Inspirational)
Life never ends
by alex canton-dutari - More poetry by alex canton-dutari
- Just Nature (Nature)
by Mr. Ed - More poetry by Mr. Ed
- This Memorial Day (Action/Thriller)
The greatest gift that one can give,
is their life so others may live!
by Michael C. Jones - More poetry by Michael C. Jones
- Les vrais amis (Poetry)
The true friends
by Emile M Tubiana - More poetry by Emile M Tubiana
- Dancing with God (Poetry)
by Sonya Ki Tomlinson - More poetry by Sonya Ki Tomlinson
- The Balding Locust Tree (Nature)
This one's for you, Dad...
by Cryssa C - More poetry by Cryssa C
- Cracked Old Boards and Rusty Nails (Poetry)
finding refuge in my youth by leaving the world and troubles below for sanity in my own place above it all
by Daniel M Farmer - More poetry by Daniel M Farmer
- How I Will Fly (Arts/Entertainment)
by Douglas W Bentley - More poetry by Douglas W Bentley
- Almost sexual...? (Vision/Metaphysical)
Different from my usual rhyming writes, if u feel it is not right for this audience, let me know...I just had to get it out...
by Ed Matlack - More poetry by Ed Matlack
- Poem: You Made Me Rot (Poetry)
by Lena Kovadlo - More poetry by Lena Kovadlo
- courage (Poetry)
W.B. Yeats once wrote
by Debby J Rosenberg - More poetry by Debby J Rosenberg
- Focus FOcus FOCus FOCUs FOCUS (Relationships)
Being less stressed has so much to do with our FOCUS within our environment. Sometimes we need to make a paradigm shift to get rid of the stress of our past. Definitely dedicated to our dear friend Re
by John Michael Domino - More poetry by John Michael Domino
- Cosmos (Romance)
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart - More poetry by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
- Gentle Rain (Poetry)
by Sherry Bach - More poetry by Sherry Bach
- Life and a Love (Poetry)
by Regis Auffray - More poetry by Regis Auffray
- The Believer (Action/Thriller)
Faith and Hope cannot be destroyed if you believe.
by Louis P DeGrado - More poetry by Louis P DeGrado
- Realizations And Dragons (Poetry)
Wisdom brought by dragonflies.
by Vicki L Sullivan - More poetry by Vicki L Sullivan
- A Tribute From the Heart (Poetry)
Tribute to all on this Memorial weekend
by June C Marshall - More poetry by June C Marshall
- Butterfly (Nature)
From time to time, I stop writing and just watch the butterflies that come to our lantana and other flowers. It is simply amazing to watch them fly and see how skillfully they are and colorful as
by Ronald W. Hull - More poetry by Ronald W. Hull
- The Scheme Dream (Poetry)
Sometimes we have a life long dream...
Not sure where to start....
and sometimes we must go to the extreme..
with a thought that's not so smart....
by kj Force - More poetry by kj Force
- The Glance - 1944 (Memoir)
Happy Memorial Day xo
The story of my parents :)
by Christine Tsen - More poetry by Christine Tsen
- Our Liquid Gold (Poetry)
This is about conserving water and how money can't buy everything necessary to life on this planet.
by Sophie Boswell - More poetry by Sophie Boswell
- Great Morning to Run Our Errands, Eh? (Poetry)
A humorous free-verse poem about my wife's and my recent shopping trip.
by Harry E Gilleland - More poetry by Harry E Gilleland
- Well Actually (Poetry)
A poem to all of those who assume they know things about my son.
by G. Rynk - More poetry by G. Rynk
- The I And You In We The People (Poetry)
A therapeutic release with some stong stanzas.
by David Lester Young - More poetry by David Lester Young
- As More Of Plundering Media News... (Literary Criticism)
Why Is It Humans Are So Stupid To Truth...
by - - - - - - - TRASK - More poetry by - - - - - - - TRASK
- The Old Wooden Door (Architecture)
As I sat and admired this old wooden door that was waiting to be tossed, it revealed a final secret that made me smile!
by Jean L Stevens - More poetry by Jean L Stevens
- To a certain Lady who intrigues me so. I hope, my true intentions show. (Poetry)
This versification started life as a simple repartee, then developed into a sonnet, then morphed in something untried before, at least by me.
I will not attempt to label it, it is, what it is.
by Mor o' Inchrory - More poetry by Mor o' Inchrory
- Twilight Of Enlightenment (Vision/Metaphysical)
It's a dark moon right now, but it possesses incredible power to cast out negative energy and bring in fresh positive energy towards this month's full moon!
by Amber V Moonstone - More poetry by Amber V Moonstone
- old whisky sweat (Poetry)
by william jude aher - More poetry by william jude aher
- From the Institute of Word-ology (Humor)
It's only humor. When I'm serious I get snarky and snarly.
by Edward Phillips - More poetry by Edward Phillips
- Love's Fury (Relationships)
When we are fortunate to meet the love we were intended to share the challenges are many, the rewards incomparable
by Jon Michael Willey - More poetry by Jon Michael Willey
- Australian storm (Poetry)
The interior of Australia can go for years without rain. Storms may come but seldom rain.
by Helen J Vandepeer - More poetry by Helen J Vandepeer
- Orbiting Secrets (Science Fiction)
SciFaiku takes its form from contemporary international haiku. The topic is science fiction. It strives for a directness of expression and beauty in its simplicity.
by Wendy Van Camp - More poetry by Wendy Van Camp
- The Farmer (Nature)
It is a poem about the seasons of life, of karma, of a life that is well tilled and farm meadows well tended.
by Tom Brosman - More poetry by Tom Brosman
- Ethereal Bliss (Poetry)
by Debra Bateman - More poetry by Debra Bateman
- To Smile (Inspirational)
There is so much going on in the whole world today. If I add to that the numerous personal issues that I'm concerned about I can tell you that honestly I don't always feel like smiling when I smile.
by JMS Bell - More poetry by JMS Bell
- Big Brother (Mainstream)
Just my own personal opinion on the Big Brother Theory.
by Steve E Ralph - More poetry by Steve E Ralph
- Breathless Desire... (Romance)
Mein Herz gehort Dir...
by CHANTI LACE - More poetry by CHANTI LACE
- Water Baby (Poetry)
by Kate Burnside - More poetry by Kate Burnside
- hound dog (Action/Thriller)
Some months ago our beagle JRT cross died in the course. In of time sweatie a eagle spay moved in. This celebrates both beasts.
by john k zimmerman - More poetry by john k zimmerman
- Your Own Nuclear Power (Poetry)
With apologies to Thomas Paine, I declare myself a proud sunshine
patriot! Doggeral free of charge.
by Jansen Estrup - More poetry by Jansen Estrup
- Brilliant Sparkles (Nature)
In honour of another little beauty... xox
by Suzie Palmer - More poetry by Suzie Palmer
- The Rapture And The Glory (Spirituality)
by Paul Francis Mc Cann - More poetry by Paul Francis Mc Cann
- in honor of (Poetry)
by jude forese - More poetry by jude forese
- Tonight (Romance)
by Don Juan Amante - More poetry by Don Juan Amante
- And Then I Was Old (Women)
Life goes by so quickly. No one believes it until it happens.
by Lark L Pogue - More poetry by Lark L Pogue
- In the Bottom of Your Ocean (Romance)
After a fabulous discussion with Kate Burnside on "scuppered" vs "scuttled", I've rewritten a poem with a lighter twist.
by Charlie - More poetry by Charlie
- Traveler's Lament (Poetry)
Oh me, oh my, which way do I try?
Coronado Bay Bridge
by Walt Hardester - More poetry by Walt Hardester
- Realizations (Poetry)
Things that dawn with age
by Lakshmi Raj Sharma - More poetry by Lakshmi Raj Sharma
- in time for Mother's Day (Mainstream)
Poem and iPhone pic by Isabella Koldras.
by Isabella Koldras - More poetry by Isabella Koldras
- Hearts on Fire (Action/Thriller)
A poem that shows life is never to late to start your passion in life
by Dean Fraser-Phillips - More poetry by Dean Fraser-Phillips
- Footprints of Love (Poetry)
Living with Love
by Richard Lee Orey - More poetry by Richard Lee Orey
- Color festival- Haiku (Cultures)
by J. K. Roseline - More poetry by J. K. Roseline
- White Clouds (Poetry)
When there is time -- there's time.
by Peter J. Kautsky - More poetry by Peter J. Kautsky
- Sunrise, Sunset (Poetry)
The story of my life.
by Romana A Pernaa - More poetry by Romana A Pernaa
- Awesome (Memoir)
by Thomasena Martin-Johnson - More poetry by Thomasena Martin-Johnson
- In celebration of the brassier (Poetry)
You know sometimes there are invented items that we just take for granted, and I would say that the humble bra - Wonder, Playtex or Primark - is just such an invention that very few women would be wit
by Pearl Barley aka C M Donaldson - More poetry by Pearl Barley aka C M Donaldson
- I Watch the Credits (Education/Training)
The movie ends, and the credits roll. Masses of people rise and head for the door. I keep my seat. Why? Read on...
by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary - More poetry by Dallas D'Angelo-Gary
- needful things (Romance)
Sometimes, no matter how much you beg forgiveness... it never comes. Isn't there a point where true friendship should trump any stupidity on either friend's part? Especially when fault is admitted;
by Jeff Mason - More poetry by Jeff Mason
- Closure (Memoir)
by Deborah Ann Tornillo - More poetry by Deborah Ann Tornillo
- Loss (Action/Thriller)
Sudden Vacuum State
by Lonnie Hicks - More poetry by Lonnie Hicks
- THE DENIED BUTTERFLY (Mainstream)
...and so it is
by Asa D. Seeley - More poetry by Asa D. Seeley
- Fifty Golden Years (Romance)
50th Om the 29th
by William Bonilla - More poetry by William Bonilla
- Angelic Grace (Poetry)
by Dark Knight - More poetry by Dark Knight
- Her Light Still Shines (Poetry)
The passing of someone dear, my aunt of ninety plus years, is all at once a sadness and a celebration. Her Light Still Shines, a simple haiku poem, attempts to honor her unique qualities; she was and
by Myra Wexler Darwish - More poetry by Myra Wexler Darwish
- SPIRIT (Spirituality)
Life is lived at its best when Spirit spelled with a
capital "S" is guiding and directing a person's life.
by Uriah J. Fields - More poetry by Uriah J. Fields
- Woodsmoke and Possibility.... (Poetry)
A Summer evening on distant shores, and the smell of woodsmoke floating in on a whimsical breeze....
by Diana Wiles - More poetry by Diana Wiles
- Lady Shiva (Historical Fiction)
by Travis Andrew Taylor - More poetry by Travis Andrew Taylor
- Someone's Child will Die Today (Sociology)
From the book--WHAT IF BLACK MEN START KILLING COPS?--by Author READY T. LOVE
by Raymond Sturgis - More poetry by Raymond Sturgis
- Springtime Breeze (Poetry)
by Andy James Turner - More poetry by Andy James Turner
- Again on Mama's Birthday (Family)
My mother, my icon, got sick and died before we had a clue we were going to lose her. Only the good die young. She was 73. Pic: 1960, I was 10. She was 33.
by Eileen Clemens Granfors - More poetry by Eileen Clemens Granfors
- In Search Of Meaning (Poetry)
The meaning in life...changes throughout life.
by Vanagas - More poetry by Vanagas
- Faults (Health/Wellness)
There have been several earthquakes since December 2014. They are located in Irving, Texas. My Aunt lives in Irving.
by Rebekah Rosie Lang - More poetry by Rebekah Rosie Lang
- The Fate Peddler (Poetry)
by Karen Hecht Springer - More poetry by Karen Hecht Springer
- The Mask (Poetry)
by Rea-Silvia Costin - More poetry by Rea-Silvia Costin
- Poems (Humor)
A poem about poems...
by Larry Skahill - More poetry by Larry Skahill
- Life in Bloom (Poetry)
A touch of romance in a positive thought.
by Denise Nowakowski - More poetry by Denise Nowakowski
- Sunny Days and Mondays (Humor)
by Morgan B Merriweather - More poetry by Morgan B Merriweather
- Last drop of rain (Poetry)
Poetry by Liana Margiva
by Liana Margiva - More poetry by Liana Margiva