Phantom Pain

By FireMajic, winner of the  September Poetry Challenge “Deceit” Phantom Pain Spinning make believe chores into epic endeavors makes them last for many mundane

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TaniAliya with: 1974 A new house in Darwin, angels twinkle and bells tinkle on a fresh pine branch in the corner while fridge and

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Buddy Bear

by L. G. Cullens   With every awakening come nigh on first light, I sense the breath of a canine presence quite near. An

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Fade to Black

by Daniel Edward St-Jean beyond the sunsets there is a horizon beyond the sunsets where darkness covers everything in black velvet like blurred windowpanes

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