Grain stories, books, poems, and more

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A short science fiction story inspired by the Imaginarium one word prompt -- Grain. Read More
this is how it all happened. Or at least it's how it happened in a dream I had once. After eating rye bread. Read More

Tags: history, grain, gruel

I am curious what idiot will argue this. Read More

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Paper Bombardier few fears enrapture more than horizontal Ink splatter rounds at the Bar From a Gold Bullion Gunpowder Pen charged where the Signet ring reads The God Literati.Full Metal Jacket For Good Bad and Ugly,Bumping Ax along the Grain of a tree Stump for days- Quantifying Ways to sharpen… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 27, 2011

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A druggy - it's not that hard to figure out Read More

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A POEM ABOUT SEEING THE TRUTH FOR THE FIRST TIME.. Read More

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in a world with six billion other people and yet there are so many places a man or a woman can go where you feel like nothing more than just a grain of sand Read More

Tags: hand, sand, sneeze, grain, choo

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Comments: 6

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a hope or dream, optimistic that someday I will find that someone... Read More

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Comments: 7

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To be or not to be, that is the question. - William Shakespear Read More
These are the lyrics to a song I wrote when Eddie my second child was small. He is a grown man now, but it meant a lot to me at the time because I was going through a lot of emotional healing. Read More

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Transparent breaths, of the invisible whisperer, reveal themselves as waves, Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 12, 2007

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a tawny colored sea Read More
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