Absurdity stories, books, poems, and more

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Difficulties in obtaining a visa in a Third World country. Read More
have you ever juggled chainsaws? Read More
One man and a research paper. Read More

Short Story / Other

October 22, 2017

Reads: 248

Comments: 1

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Short story chronicling the morning rituals of a neurotic. Read More
Angelo was born Angela and is kind of trans-gender but not entirely. There will be a better summary when more of the story is published. Read More
The small things... and the universe at large. Read More
Phil and Kenny are losers who live the stoner's paradise. Watch Phil and Kenny travel half-way across the country in an adventure that will test the bounds of their friendship. Read More
About trust and lies in relationships. When your unsure if you can trust someone or unsure if you are the one who can be trusted. Read More

Poem / Romance

January 07, 2014

The experience of love and existence, presented in fashion Read More
A heart felt plea for those of opposing political views to sublimate antipathy through carnal abandon. Fantasy per se. Read More

Reads: 305

Comments: 9

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Poem / Poetry

July 11, 2012

Reads: 177

Comments: 2

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Bliss and absurdities. Read More
A short, transcribed snippit from a person's critique pertaining to another person's poem -- transformed into a more poetic form of work. Read More
A morbid black comedy about a dysfunctional household. Read More
When faced with the futility and absurdity of his mundane existence, Roderick, an everyman, undergoes a crisis. Read More
A poem about absurdity - absurd boundary leading to more absurdity. Funny. Read More
Just one of those kind of days that is so absurd you have to laugh to keep from crying about it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 23, 2008

Reads: 317

Comments: 4

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a simple photograph in the never-ending pattern that resembles poetry. Read More

Reads: 4865

Comments: 261

Shelves: 2

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This poem, is an exercise in rhyming, rhythm and cadence. Intended for all ages but, most especially, for children. On April 2, 2007, I became a grand-father for the 1st time. It occurred to me that, in the mind of my grand-child, I will always be a mystery and a… Read More
December, 2006 and January, 2007 have already presented two instances where, on separate occasions, persons said some things and openly expressed opinions which met with the disapproval of others in authority over them. 1. In one instance, a college basketball coach, openly complained about his team having to play 4… Read More
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