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Poem / Poetry

November 21, 2020

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Can’t see a goal, can’t find a path, Trudging along blindly, unmindful of life’s wrath. Read More
A mysteriously beautiful, dark-haired girl who makes fleeting, ghost-like appearances in the mouth of a grape arbor in the backyard of a rented house provides an important psychological key to a divorced woman's troubled past, and leads to reconciliation between her and her ex-husband. Three-character stage play in seven scenes.… Read More
I’ve but one true friend in you Blind eye don’t you turn on me, my love. Read More
These deafening silences These silent touch screens These gaping distances Wherefrom have they sprung? I’m leaving why aren’t you stopping me? Read More
My ceramic dream it is Destined to shatter and it did Read More
Yearn for your company, as Spirit is down and will lost Guide me a li’l longer I won’t be sad anymore Read More

Reads: 59

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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Moving on... Read More
Just when you were about to realize that after a long and arduous battle that you are on the verge of fulfilling your cherished desires destiny plays a cruel trick that leaves you high and dry. This is the last part of the sequel of three stories with the same… Read More
A fictional love story about a real tragedy that happened in South Korea a few years ago. It is a story about love, parting and the concept that true love is immortal! Read More
Tragedy strikes, villagers act to pave the way for a soul not longed for this world. Read More

Reads: 1488

Comments: 10

Shelves: 2

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This sad poem is about a long term relationship ending. This poem is very close to me. Photo by Siora Photography on Unsplash Read More
This one I wrote a few years back. It deals with the present which is predetermined by the past, most of which seems unknown or unknowable, at least to the young boy. His father tries to shed some light on it, but with little avail. Bosnia, a country where I… Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 14, 2019

Reads: 132

Comments: 1

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Poem / Poetry

October 03, 2019

Reads: 291

Comments: 1

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When you think about that small grain of sand which slipped through your fingers, but still can't believe you lost it Read More

Poem / Romance

September 08, 2019

Reads: 223

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

Reads: 221

Comments: 4

Shelves: 1

The Booksie Classic House

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This poem was written during a dark moment in my life when I was separated from my family. Read More

Tags: separation

What is believable and what is not? A hostel warden after an unsuccessful inspection spends a mysterious night only to question what is believable..... Read More

Reads: 307

Comments: 6

The The Imaginarium House

Short story inspired by the prompt... 'An Awkward Situation' Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

March 17, 2019

Reads: 225

Comments: 1

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Adulthood creates a slow drift from one's siblings. This poem is an illustration of it. Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 24, 2019

Reads: 420

Comments: 1

Shelves: 2

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This is a poem which revolves around a girl meeting a guy she liked after a long time. She chats a bit with him and then goes away... She regrets this later on and believes she made a mistake not conveying her feelings for him... Read More
This is dedicated to my home town of Panama City, Florida which was severely damaged by Hurricane Michael on October 10, 2018. Panhandle Strong Read More

Featured Review by Ryan K. Mallegni

"I haven't read a poem quite like this. Very powerful message you're able to get across with this subject matter. Nice tribute, Brian!" Read More

Short Story / Other

October 17, 2018

Reads: 350

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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The bond between a father and his daughter is nothing short of a sacred one. In this story, written as a letter from a father to his young child, Colton Wilson takes his child on a horrifying trip down memory lane. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 15, 2018

Reads: 218

Comments: 1

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