- One-Sided Conversation (Poetry)
by Jerry Bolton - More poetry by Jerry Bolton
- Marsupial Prison (Poetry)
As global countenance continues its masquerade into obsessive make-believe, consciousness is left having to consider the obvious alternative. (Image by Ryan Hayward)
by Odin Roark - More poetry by Odin Roark
- Steps and Stones (Travel)
Thoughts on a trip to the magical Emerald Isle
by Anne S Cook - More poetry by Anne S Cook
- Sounds Never Heard (Poetry)
by George Carroll - More poetry by George Carroll
- Living within the Barrens (Mystery/Suspense)
When the moon stands over the pines,
And the waters are hidden by fog,
Comes the cry of the witch's child,
And the devil will rise from the bog...
by Ed Matlack - More poetry by Ed Matlack
- Cell Phone Blues (Humor)
This is a repost
by Michael D Schafer - More poetry by Michael D Schafer
- Inner city meat factory (Poetry)
by D.T. de Bruijn - More poetry by D.T. de Bruijn
- Controller Addition.... (Humor)
Be careful what you wish for..
by kj Force - More poetry by kj Force
- Laundry (Relationships)
I love being alone.
by Jane Noponen Perinacci - More poetry by Jane Noponen Perinacci
- It’s Not Your Life! (Poetry)
A rhyming poem about parenting.
by Harry E Gilleland - More poetry by Harry E Gilleland
- The Quiet Place (Religion)
Being alone with God and meditating on his word.
by Cindy Wyatt - More poetry by Cindy Wyatt
- KNOW YOUR IDENTITY (Self-Help)
Who am I? My identity. Discover who
has the password to your identity.
by Uriah J. Fields - More poetry by Uriah J. Fields
- You Still Love Me (Inspirational)
We do not serve a 'sometimes' God. In spite of all we are and aren't, and in the light of all our shortcomings, His Love is Eternal...He 'still' Loves us. Isn't He Amazing?! Hallelujah, yes...He is!
by JMS Bell - More poetry by JMS Bell
- Survival (Inspirational)
I'm in survival mode, I dream and hope just like you. Maybe none of us are so different after all.
by Kathy J Parenteau - More poetry by Kathy J Parenteau
- Heaven Is a Place (Spirituality)
by Paul Francis Mc Cann - More poetry by Paul Francis Mc Cann
- The Laughter of the Immortals (Poetry)
by +Steven Curtis Lance - More poetry by +Steven Curtis Lance
- Lecherous Ole Man (Poetry)
by Deborah Ann Tornillo - More poetry by Deborah Ann Tornillo
- In Loving Memory (Poetry)
Not the original title but useful here.
by Ruan Mills Burke - More poetry by Ruan Mills Burke
- Life on Earth (Drama)
Featuring comets, evolution, bombs, and us
by Edward Phillips - More poetry by Edward Phillips
- Sunset (Fantasy)
What I see as the sun sets across the horizon
by norman a espey - More poetry by norman a espey
- Everybody loves my baby, but my baby don't love nobody but me (Music)
Logical analysis of song lyrics.
by Alexander Shaumyan - More poetry by Alexander Shaumyan
- Golden sap (Poetry)
by Sonya Ki Tomlinson - More poetry by Sonya Ki Tomlinson
- Yearnings (Poetry)
by Shimon Bouzaglo - More poetry by Shimon Bouzaglo
- Just a thought adrift in the silence of too many of our countrymen (Essays)
I understand the betrayal, but not the silence! All the broken and raped unions and companies that disappear without an echo. Freedom of the press was one of the first of these casualties.
by william jude aher - More poetry by william jude aher
- The Professor Poet (Poetry)
Where would you start at the head or the end.
by David Lester Young - More poetry by David Lester Young
- MYSTERIOSO song lyrics by Joel Sattler (Poetry)
by Joel Sattler - More poetry by Joel Sattler
- Dangerous Curves Ahead (Sports/Recreation)
Disbar the obvious and run like it matters.
by John Rockie Coppolella - More poetry by John Rockie Coppolella
- Long Invisible Chains (Inspirational)
. Look at the faces of people. Do they look like free people? It seems everyone has never ending wants of many forms. Their bondage can be expressed in forms of “I have to …”, “I can’t …”
by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D. - More poetry by Shervin Hojat, Ph.D.
- Muse (Romance)
by Don Juan Amante - More poetry by Don Juan Amante
- unraveling (Poetry)
by jude forese - More poetry by jude forese
- Opera as Life (Poetry)
Opera makes way too much sense now.
by Romana A Pernaa - More poetry by Romana A Pernaa
- Rotten soul (Poetry)
Be apart from the poor.
by Leopoldo Barge Álvarez - More poetry by Leopoldo Barge Álvarez
- Spring in the Country (Nature)
It's getting to be an annual ritual to drive up to Washington County and view the bluebonnets and other wildflowers. Please click the link below for a brief video of some of the high points of the da
by Ronald W. Hull - More poetry by Ronald W. Hull
- It happens to the best of us ... (Humor)
We've all experienced those lean times in the month when you're down on your uppers to the point of searching fruitlessly down the sofa for stray coins because things are tight.
And if you'
by Pearl Barley aka C M Donaldson - More poetry by Pearl Barley aka C M Donaldson
- Fading into the unknown (Poetry)
Photo By Guardian.com
by William Bonilla - More poetry by William Bonilla
- The Victims of Our Cruelty (Pets/Pet Care)
by Mr. Ed - More poetry by Mr. Ed
- Forbidden Treasure... (Romance)
by CHANTI LACE - More poetry by CHANTI LACE
- Just Around The Corner (Humor)
SPRING is . . . just around the corner
by Connie Faust - More poetry by Connie Faust
- Soft Spot (Relationships)
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart - More poetry by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
- The sun, moon and wind haiku ( western) (Nature)
by J. K. Roseline - More poetry by J. K. Roseline
- It Is a Miracle We Live (Poetry)
by Dawn Richerson - More poetry by Dawn Richerson
- Tabu the Ghost of Tabor's Mistress (Gay/Lesbian/Bi)
Sweetwater's poetic artistry being recorded for CD for release with a composer collaborator. Inspired by Elton John, his song Sartorial Eloquence, Tabu, and Encounter. "Showing a violinist, overcome
by Sage Sweetwater - More poetry by Sage Sweetwater
- spring times 3 (Poetry)
catching up with 3
by Debby J Rosenberg - More poetry by Debby J Rosenberg
- 'My Love' (Fantasy)
A poem from inside my 2nd book I am currently writting...
by Valerie Caramella - More poetry by Valerie Caramella
- See Me (Poetry)
by Elisabeth Barstowe - More poetry by Elisabeth Barstowe
- Dear Cruel, Beautiful world. (Young Adult/Teen)
by Elyssa B Stubblefield - More poetry by Elyssa B Stubblefield
- Tripping on Clouds (Vision/Metaphysical)
by Amber V Moonstone - More poetry by Amber V Moonstone
- Presence (Poetry)
by Kate Burnside - More poetry by Kate Burnside
- Mystery (Nature)
I'll be more than happy to explain any of the metaphoric language written within this piece ... enjoy ; )
by Earl Briscoe - More poetry by Earl Briscoe
- He Is... (Vision/Metaphysical)
by Thomasena Martin-Johnson - More poetry by Thomasena Martin-Johnson
- That Little Hand of Mine (Family)
fond memories of growing up on a farm
by Daniel M Farmer - More poetry by Daniel M Farmer
- Rosebuds (Inspirational)
(* Photo from my garden, created by my 93-year-old Nanna ~ devoted gardener extraordinaire!!)
by Suzie Palmer - More poetry by Suzie Palmer
- Resurrection Sunday (Action/Thriller)
To sum it up, Jesus Christ died, on the third day he rose. he ascending into heaven and He sits at the right hand of God, the Father almighty!
by Michael C. Jones - More poetry by Michael C. Jones
- Lonely Men (Poetry)
by Howard Alan Lantzer - More poetry by Howard Alan Lantzer
- My Good Friday Procedure (Humor)
Sometimes we have to take the good with the not so good even if it suppose to be "Good Friday!"
by John Michael Domino - More poetry by John Michael Domino
- Never Changing Unavoidable Death (Poetry)
What do you live for? I'll tell you what you live for.
by Sherry Bach - More poetry by Sherry Bach
- My Brother of The Blue (Biography)
Tribute to my mentor
by Gil Garcia - More poetry by Gil Garcia
- The Frigate Bird, at Sawabi, and the Gate of Tears. A Narrative. (Poetry)
by Mor o' Inchrory - More poetry by Mor o' Inchrory
- Shadows of the Shadows (Vision/Metaphysical)
by Duke LaRance - More poetry by Duke LaRance
- Breathe A New Love In Me (Poetry)
A poem of a man reminiscing and discovering that his love grew strong over time for his lover.
by Raymond Sturgis - More poetry by Raymond Sturgis
- SHRIMPY (Humor)
"MY PAL JOEY" ...
by Tom Hyland - More poetry by Tom Hyland
- HE (Inspirational)
A treatise on the trial and the death of Christ - - With a good mention on His Resurrection!!
by Michael D Kieser - More poetry by Michael D Kieser
- Aging (Poetry)
When a couple grow old together, everything is relative.
by Robert T. Wood - More poetry by Robert T. Wood
- Hold On Just A Second (Poetry)
Such is life
by Walt Hardester - More poetry by Walt Hardester
- Life Goes On (Poetry)
It is poetry that can transform tears of loss into moments of insight...Life Goes On did that for me. As I struggled with the process; it became clear to me that though we may not be able to be as we
by Myra Wexler Darwish - More poetry by Myra Wexler Darwish
- The Young Woman and the Sea (Poetry)
by Karen Hecht Springer - More poetry by Karen Hecht Springer
- Knight's Release (Poetry)
Old love begins as a fairytale, and touches the heart in years until the final days.
by Suzanne DeRemer - More poetry by Suzanne DeRemer
- Love is Believable (Poetry)
Original poem by Lisa Zaran.
by Lisa Zaran - More poetry by Lisa Zaran
- Tell it to the Bogeyman (Poetry)
A long poem about the consequences of children behaving badly.
by Lidy Wilks - More poetry by Lidy Wilks
- I'm Thinking! (Action/Thriller)
I think i'll write a poem - about whatever comes to mind.
by lois j christensen - More poetry by lois j christensen
- JD’s Rose - Nicole (Memoir)
This is dedicated to John David, Jan’s son and Nicole, his soon to be wife. The look that shines from his eyes, is a look of total love and devotion. This is young love at its best.
by J. Allen Wilson - More poetry by J. Allen Wilson
- The Rest of the Way (Arts/Entertainment)
by Douglas W Bentley - More poetry by Douglas W Bentley
- Bottle Decapitation (Poetry)
Homeless? He disagrees. He has his own kind of home.
by Danae Wilkin - More poetry by Danae Wilkin
- This Night (Arts/Entertainment)
The night when I found my love.
by Andrew B Grey - More poetry by Andrew B Grey
- 1 wonder (Poetry)
my poor mom, my poor old mom, trapped
by Carma Chan - More poetry by Carma Chan
- Cliché- And the band played on (Arts/Entertainment)
by Steve J Otto - More poetry by Steve J Otto
- I Wish I Knew (Poetry)
Poetry by Liana Margiva
by Liana Margiva - More poetry by Liana Margiva
- Sleep / Sueño (Inspirational)
by alex canton-dutari - More poetry by alex canton-dutari
- Pretending the Window is a Mirror (Poetry)
An experimental poem with a psychological bent. I'm trying out writing a poem around an image.
by Elizabeth W Bennefeld - More poetry by Elizabeth W Bennefeld
- California Cadenza (Poetry)
Autobiographical California travels.
by Old Guy - More poetry by Old Guy
- Viacom's Babies (Poetry)
A view of the abandoned generation.
by Desmond Devlin - More poetry by Desmond Devlin
- The Practical Mind Of A Woman (Action/Thriller)
Short piece displaying the practicality of some women when they know something doesn't seem right, by Makala Thomas.
by Makala Thomas - More poetry by Makala Thomas
- As What You Don't Know I Do... (Literary Criticism)
Why You're To Busy Sucking On Cell Phone...
by - - - - - - - TRASK - More poetry by - - - - - - - TRASK
- let it shine (Romance)
by Morgan B Merriweather - More poetry by Morgan B Merriweather
- Encounters: Little Red Riding Hood (and others) (Poetry)
Something on the lighter side... ...a set of limericks.
by Regis Auffray - More poetry by Regis Auffray
- It Must Have Been Night (Nature)
A Welsh Cyhydedd Hir for Spring.
by Charlie - More poetry by Charlie
- Absurd Valley (Poetry)
Nonsensical verse about a bizarre land.
by Ken Coleman - More poetry by Ken Coleman
- The Bitter Wind of Evil (Drama)
Armageddon....we have the unrest, do we have the love to prevent it.
by Helen J Vandepeer - More poetry by Helen J Vandepeer
- Un cer tain ty (Mainstream)
by D. L. Vegas - More poetry by D. L. Vegas
- Higher Ground, Bigger Dreams (Inspirational)
by Sandie Angel - More poetry by Sandie Angel
- Blessings (Philosophy)
by D.L. Carroll - More poetry by D.L. Carroll
- BACK HOME (Mainstream)
sometimes, home is....
by Asa D. Seeley - More poetry by Asa D. Seeley
- an aging man still searching... (Poetry)
A simple character depiction inspired by a kindred friends honesty. “The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to find himself in pla
by richard lloyd cederberg - More poetry by richard lloyd cederberg
- Emmaus (Religion)
Are missing out on what it really means?
Leave your comments please...
by Z B McClure - More poetry by Z B McClure