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Michael McCormick

DNA Tetragrammaton

Published Nov 19, 2019 · 112 words (1 minute) · 7 views

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A cryptic piece I published almost twenty years ago that still has readers stumped (including me!) but it's weirdly compelling. Is it a poem? A story? A koan? A sinister recipe for disaster??

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Michael McCormick

Wounded Sky

Published Oct 7, 2019 · 16 words (1 minute) · 46 views

Literary Fiction poetry haiku-boo

Happy Halloween! This spooky little pseudo-haiku won me my first poetry award and has since been reprinted many times.

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Jordan Kurella

Song of the Terror of Red Plague: A Warning

Published Sep 12, 2019 · 233 words (1 minute) · 44 views

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This is a piece of raffle fanfiction poetry I wrote for Brodsky the Redplague. I'm posting it here cause I thought it turned out decently, and I thought peeps might like to read it.

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Carlie St. George

This Lexicon of Bone and Feathers

Published Aug 22, 2019 · 4,880 words (18 minutes) · 176 views

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Four different alien species, recently at war, meet at a culture conference in an effort to find unity through art. When monsters attack, a small group of female and non-binary artist-warriors must band together to prove they can peacefully coexist and defeat said monsters.

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Kyle Aisteach

Clockman

Published Jul 24, 2019 · 783 words (3 minutes) · 182 views

Fantasy poetry

I wrote this narrative on a whim, and published it on my blog. I was surprised to receive a wave of enthusiasm about it. Who knew people would love a simple poem about a mechanical knight?

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James Van Pelt

The Last Age Should Show Your Heart

Published Jul 19, 2019 · 3,225 words (12 minutes) · 167 views

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What will the ending moment of the universe be like, when the suns have cooled and the only observers are the machines whose duties long outlived their masters?

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A beautiful poem about letting go and allowing yourself to fall into your lover’s arms by Janne Robinson. Excerpted from her poetry collection “This Is For The Women Who Don’t Give A F#CK” published by Thought Catalog Books | ShopCatalog.com.
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Lorraine Schein

Merlin

Published Jul 8, 2019 · 298 words (2 minutes) · 111 views

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A poem about Merlin the magician, from the King Arthur tales.

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Holly Lyn Walrath

Darkness & Light

Published Jul 2, 2019 · 922 words (4 minutes) · 2 likes · 2 views

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This is a repost of a guest blog I wrote for the Horror Writer's Assocation. We don’t set out to write a “dark” poem. I think we purveyors of darkness simply see the world around us with a bit more clarity. We see the dark side of reality and unreality for what it is. We are looking for the abyss because we want to look into its body and find the truths that are hidden there...

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If you use my work, I would appreciate if you could please credit me -www.instagram.com/thevisualiza
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Lucy Gabriel

Meeting Before Breakfast

Published Jun 28, 2019 · 70 words (1 minute) · 154 views

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A poem for anyone who's missed breakfast. Originally published as C.L. Holland.

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My cousin and I made pancakes for breakfast, so we figured since we had a camera, good lighting, fruit and a lot of syrup, we’d have a go at taking a photo like the professionals.
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Laura Anne Gilman

(poem) Mother's Day

Published Jun 28, 2019 · 46 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 190 views

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There is a pain that can't really be explained unless it's to someone who has also been there...

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