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Short Story / Other

December 11, 2019

Reads: 143

Comments: 1

The Wildering Haven House

We were nearly run off of the road. That driver kept on going, something was wrong. This is a real and true clue. We have our first clue! Read More
A poem in homage to Josephine, empress of the French. I will also post it in Booksiesilk under Lizziewolf. Read More

Tags: love, respect, homage

it's in darkness we find ourselves. Read More
An annual pilgrimmage to Rodin's sculpture garden in Paris allows a man to hope for romance.... Read More
A poem about Jesus' resurrection Read More
A poem describing my admiration and envy of the wind itself.. Read More

Reads: 284

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

2 poems dedicated to my beloved teacher: Sir Irfan Sher Read More
There among the new spring flowers amid the crocus and daffodils, I thought of You and dreamed of You and the heart that never stills. Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 24, 2009

Reads: 285

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

A poem I wrote for Language Arts to fit the Christmas season. Critique freely :) Read More
A work in progress, the end of conflict. Read More
For the world a lesson to be shared and taught. Read More
This poem is an allegorical poem. I sat thinking about humanity and religion one night and it struck me that mankind is in a playground of sorts - you know how primary school kids believe that if they commit the slightest misdemeanor the teacher will catch them and they will… Read More
Oh' halo laden orb, who rules the night, Read More
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