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Published & Contest Winning Poetry

  • June 29, 2017 Published & Contest Winning Poems Mary Rose Fair 1095 3

    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 993 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

  • Aug 22, 2017

    Total oblivion

    Community Poetry Mary Steffen 4
    Total oblivion
    Traveling upon
    Days of imagination on
    Land of infamy
    Days of tomorrow
    Another direction within
    State of unconscious
  • Aug 22, 2017

    Why Lie?

    Community Poetry Blessings 5
    You Say You Love Me But You Barely Show It 
    You Say I'm Your Everything But You Can't Show It 
  • Aug 22, 2017

    How Evil a Simple Drink Can Be

    Community Poetry Thayer Elizabeth 3
    Dark eyes flecked with green and brown
    Rage drawn across a red face
    Secrets exposed, the past brought up
    More of her alcoholic drink…
  • Aug 21, 2017

    No Doubt

    Community Poetry Natashia Bonner 4
    So many thoughts
    So many fears
    It's like a leach is sucking
    on my faith, bringing me to
    my knees, spewing a river of
    tears

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Published & Contest Winning Prose

  • March 10, 2010 Published & Contest Winning Prose Neil Donnelly 18027 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

  • Jul 15, 2017

    A Momentus Chime

    Community Prose Zany Lynn 212
    "Excuse me, could you give me a pair of chopsticks?" I averted my eyes to what had been handed me and realized they had been mismatched. I…
  • Jul 11, 2017

    Conscience

    Community Prose Rosaline Melki 225 2
    We get tests in life. Tests in whether we give up, or become stronger. Tests in love; how far it will stretch. Is it unconditional, or…
  • Jul 09, 2017

    Brown Bags and Skittles

    Community Prose Rosaline Melki 297 4
         Life has its definite depressing moments.  I am sitting in my fiancé’s car, waiting for him, as he walks into a gas station to buy a…
  • Jul 08, 2017

    Grown-Up Stories

    Community Prose Jahdiel Wingard 213
    Dr. P: “So.... it's been awhile since the last time you were in here. How old are you now?”
    Me: “16. Well I turn 16 in a month, in…

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