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By Sara Battaglia
The second poem in the Elemental poems collection I am working on. Here, water symbolizes reflecting on memories, moving on, cleansing, healing, and renewal.
By J E Hunter
If you don't enjoy rain, this poem will give you reason to.
Twenty year lost friends reunite for an afternoon river adventure. Memories of the love of the past are reignited giving the past renewed meaning and significance. A memoir of truth and devotion and love through time.
By Lady Delyriah
Rather than plead for grace, "Dear Delyriah" is a call of power in oneself midst the harsher moments of life, albeit it continues with the dark fantasy allure of its counterpart "Beyond Paradise". However, while in "Beyond Paradise" Delyriah is but a butterfly, in "Dear Delyriah" her concept is...
Boston social worker Jennifer Barrett is re-building her life after losing her husband and daughter in a plane crash. She helps young client Mark Powell find work at the senior's residence where her father lives. After learning Mark hasn't seen his father, an internationally-known broadcast...
By Koyoru Hino
Humans have always been told about the 3 dimensions: Heaven, Earth, and Hell. Throughout the years, humans have also come to believe each dimension has its own significant meaning. On Earth they live to endure; to enjoy and make the most of their limited time. When it is over; you are judged. ...
By Wheels Warrior
Renewal from day into evening.
Poetry | Updated Sep 8, 2012 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
My newest poem. Theme is nature and romance.
Poetry | Updated Aug 20, 2012 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
A challenge gives birth to vision. Whenever you see the birth of a vision, there must be something to change and transform. It is always a moment to see what is not there. Vision deals with hope of transforming the challenge of the present. But often than none, great vision is born in the midst...
Love gone wrong, but help to get back somehow.
Poetry | Updated May 16, 2012 | Reads: 11 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Aaron Fiegel
I'm not Buddhist. I'm going to go ahead and make that know. However, I find some of the ideas of Buddhism interesting (although I did let some personal philosophy bleed through). This is just about as pretentious as you can get, but, the exploration of ideas (regardless of accuracy) is the first...
Digging through old stored up experiences and memories of heart, head and soul, relearning and remembering before restoring order to return raw but renewed.
Okay so I didn't really know what genre to put this in I'm bad at that. So it's a short story I came up with after I got out of the shower it's my first so enjoy I give you full permission to tear it apart.
By The Wanderer
I am inspired by the Sufi poet, RUMI. I seek to unravel, peel away the debris of illusion and see within myself, within life's experiences, within others the LOve appearing at the core of everything.
A little glance at what I could be