(Photo from qualitycalifornia)
roots suck like straws
draining, cracking asphalt;
sunned cat’s eyes wink imploringly
– rain comes
Cinquain written for dverse
Where magic and pen meet.
Something poetic and intensely creepy
Keep it Rolling...
Embrace your unrestricted nature and surrender your soul to the power of the invincible…
.Welcome to my Metaphors.
Tracking retractions as a window into the scientific process
Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.
we were born naked onto the page of existence; with nothing but the pen of our soul to write ourselves into eternal ecstasy ~ DreamingBear Baraka Kanaan
Critical analysis of scholarly open-access publishing
ON = TIME
Get your poison, love.
Contemplations expressed through the written word...
dispatches from Mother Earth
Apophenia and creativity in poetry
Writing Fiction by Installment
musings of a self-proclaimed weirdo
Poetry by Walter Marks
My life in a snapshot
"We're all out there, somewhere, waiting to happen."
Thinking, writing, thinking about writing...
Poetry, musings and sightings from where the country changes
Poet (of sorts). I'm hiding behind your curtains.
The Musings of N. E. Skull
Poet playing in the bowels of vowels and kicking across consonants, I run roughshod through uncooperative words and strike an inking rhyme or two. Copyright © 2012-2014 Tiffany Coffman All Rights Reserved
"This is just the kind of sense that's... not."
A work in progress
Museum of Documentary and Fiction
Words of Wonder, Worry and Whimsy
Poetry from a Dublin Scientist
You can't break up with a soul mate
Writings and Witterings
Poetry is the Mother of Necessity
Poetry from Paul Mortimer
** OFFICIAL Site of Artist Ray Ferrer **
on the road + poetry + traveling bookstore + Nostrovia! Press + Tucson, AZ
The literary works of Kevin Connelly, poetry, fiction, prose and photography
Poetry. Travel. Et cetera.
The Total Book Experience
Poetry by David Eric Cummins
A collection of poetry and essays on politics, social justice and the condition of humanity