She glanced at the paintings hanging on the wall. Some abstracts and some landscapes. It was a pleasant sight! When Henry… Read More The Blotted Truth
Your love is the Ocean of Stars that
surround night’s sky. My heart oh how
you affect my heart; the deeps of you
are endless.… Read More Endless by Walter Banks
I breathed you into existence
sewn with a soul of your own.
Molded from moonlight and stardust
magic forged into your bones.
… Read More Motherhood by Jennifer Owiesny
My body lies broken on the road
A path stretches before me
The unyielding sun permeates my skin… Read More Motivation by Toni Snideman
I told you to smile when I saw you cry, and you did,
not because you liked me,
nor because you listened to me,
but because you knew I understood what it feels like to be half dead.… Read More Poetry by Rosei Simpson
The absurdity of your petal
Was a curse on grey November.
As the toothed grin of summer
Who drove her spear into fall-red leaves,
I admire your courage
To stand just so,
Before the snow. … Read More Daisy
You shattered my world with your words, and continued to live your life with no care in the world.
Mentally you destroyed me, but I’ll never give you the satisfaction of knowing.
I shared my pain with people that actually care.… Read More Poetry by Magdalena Garcia
A lone walk on the majestic shore of mysteries,
I spot more muck, less peace,
Washed ashore, it catches my eye,
Mussels atop a plastic bottle living rather peacefully,… Read More A Moral Dilemma
west and east corners.… Read More Beloved’s Robe by Christina Dixie
But if love was actually
In the air
Then why did
All the butterflies
In my stomach
Die of suffocation!? … Read More Poetry by Pritha Jain