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The author of this nonet poem tells us about the one experience his grandfather had during a war. Read More

Poem / Science Fiction

August 11, 2018

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A poem on unrequited love and the cataclysmic pain, the unending void it causes on the self. Read More

Poem / Science Fiction

August 01, 2018

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This is a fiction of our future earth. Here the poet travels in the remote future of our earth and finds the earth lifeless. There is nothing but silent and ice that rules over the earth. The poet is in dilemma whether it is our blue planet or it is… Read More

Poem / Science Fiction

July 31, 2018

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Do we have anything to fear? Read More

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What is wrong with this picture? Read More

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Where part of a space station crew member wants to go is explained in this nonet poem. Read More

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This etheree poem is about what suddenly woke up a couple and made them look out of a window. Read More

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A short poem/thought about the nature of Infinity Read More

Poem / Science Fiction

July 08, 2018

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This five stanza etheree poem features two friends going to a comic book convention and discover the one thing that is not part of it. Read More

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This etheree poem happens to be one motorist's account of a UFO sighting as the light was about to change. Read More

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The story of a lonely god of lonely gears. Read More

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Hay, everyone else seems to have a theory about Black Holes, but mine is shorter. Read More

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This is a poem about the Earth's Last Twilight Read More

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A woman out for a walk spots a possible UFO coming towards her in this triple etheree poem. Read More