The Fall

I cannot warn you from the fall,
As wingless born, we all must fly…

Poetic Injustice

In lovely prose did Kilmer write,
Impressed by an arbored delight,
“I think that I shall never see,
A poem lovely as a tree.”

Tears in the Sand

If amidst the dry and sandy sea,
They could sit right across from me,
Would we still kill one another,
Or would we have seen a brother.

Wild Poetry: Wild Side (By Brad Osborne) — Blog of the Wolf Boy

We allow the trappings of what we have become. The haute couture wrappings of an upright kingdom. To infect how we think and how we see ourselves. Repressing all instinct, where nature sits and delves. This courtesy and tact we present to the world. Hides the genetic fact, an inner beast is curled. For even […] … Continue reading

Once vs Always

With knowledge comes the opportunity to accept or reject any behavior and set our own line for what is acceptable. But deception leaves us feeling the fool and being taken advantage of. Something that is innately reductive to our own self-esteem.

A Struggling Author

My Journey with You

MasticadoresUsa

Editora: Gabriela Marie Milton / Director j re crivello

The Poetorium at Starlite

An Open Mic & Poetry Show

Sabrina Escorcio

Poetry and Prose

BLOSSOM READS

Cherish every moment

Rtistic

I speak my heart out.

Harley Reborn

♠️Rip It Up & Start Again♥️

UnderthePhilosotree

Connecting philosophy to the world around us

PoeticBelle by Srishti Mundhra

Dichotomy | Contrast | Life

D.C. Gilbert

Award-winning Author. Veteran. Patriot. Martial Artist.

Finding Life

Scribbled pieces of life

Rum and Robots

We Survived and Arrived - Now as Warriors We Thrive