Daily Lit Deviations for December 12th, 2009</u>
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Featured by: `dreamsinstatic
father please don't forgive by ~Solaces
A fantastically written epic example of the pure awesomeness of
poetry. The play upon faith, the way it is mirrored and shifted,
is executed perfectly. Grandiose imagery and powerful emotion
evoke a deep sea of thought to swallow the reader.
Featured by: *jamberry-song
summershe speaks the language
beneath sherbet tents
and watermelon ice cream,
she is spinning stories
like cotton candy,
tasting words on her tongue
and handing them to children
on summer-roasted sidewalks.
our toes brush milk-stained tile,
multi-colored creamsicles painting
our sun-kissed hands,
as we waste pastel-colored napkins
on small fingers
"summer" by ~SuperTaate
This piece is intriguing from the get-go with its fantastic
opening line, she speaks the language / of cats. Here is a
unique look at the naivety and gullibility of childhood.
Featured by ~itsaki
My DaughterI stood on the red light, listening to my engine revving as it hummed in the starry sky fallen upon the city in the shape of street lamps, neon signs and car headlights. There was music on my speakers, a sad song by Tatsuya Ishii by the title of "River", and I was lost in my thoughts, gazing at the neverending dance of the steel beetles, beholding the pale repetition of beam rays as they rolled on the black-carpeted street. The wind was cold, but not silent: it bellowed its shriek on my ears.
Suddenly, a girl stood next to my window; she looked like she was six, perhaps seven; she was shrouded in a white old shirt and a pink skirt. Her hair
"My Daughter" by ~LordOcampo
A beautiful yet sad piece of a poor, lonely girl begging
for change on the side of the road, from the eyes of a
man who sees her as the daughter he didn't have. A
true, beautiful tale to leave any reader enthralled.
Featured by =julietcaesar
FD Prologue: Once upon a time.
Once upon a time
For what seemed to be a lifetime, the Fates have controlled the lives of millions. These entities watched over all, scribbling down the life stories of everyone; closing the books of those that died. The Fates never read any of the stories, just closed the book s and placed them on the shelves of the past. These novels of life would remain untouched except by dust. These entities would never sleep and would never make any mistakes. The Fates are assigned to cities, towns, single people, any and everything and have written about love, pain, happiness, and all that lies between. Fates have killed off the young and allowe
"Prologue: Once Upon A Time" by ~MeAsTheNarrator
This little known author writes an intriguing prologue to
his unfolding story that promises a different, refreshing
read. One cannot fail to be sucked in by the mysterious
nature that this series promises.
Suggested by: =Isaac-Volpe
Featured by: ~Magic-fan
"Fuego." by ~perfectlyflawed
The suggester writes, "This poem shows the fire that
burns within, the very thing that pushes many of us
onwards even in pessimistic forecasts." A quote that
is very true in this piece.
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