Daily Lit Deviations for September 26th, 2009</u>
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you're way too beautiful .today i met a woman named alice.
i told her how
that's what i wanted to name my baby girl
i didn't tell her
how i'll never have one.
and there are moments, some mornings,
that when i pin my hair to my head with
butterfly wings and stolen labradorite,
and the memories crawl in like bluebottles
into an empty room
and i measure how much the hole has
this morning though
my fingers were frozen snowdrops
and the hole had expanded from my
chest and now it's straight through my core
and i'll never have an alice or
a charlotte or
because they all came back up
and now they're dripping red
on the new w
"You're Way Too Beautiful" by *kb-23
Beautifully written. The ending is exceptionally beautiful, as it includes the senses in
different ways which just sparks magic throughout this poem. I thoroughly enjoyed this,
Featured by: `dreamsinstatic
winded lake. by !zLustre
Flush with beautiful imagery, the emotion coming to life in every line. There is a wonderful
array of splendid description tied into a truly visceral emotional expression that absolutely
drowns the reader.
Featured by =julietcaesar
The Dining Fork.The food on the plate is steaming. I prod it with my fork unsurely. I don't know what it is. But I am hungry. So I shovel down a mouthful. My molars take their time ripping the strands apart. Hey..I know this taste, I think. I close my eyelids. Hm, yeah. It's the spaghetti. The spaghetti you made and brought for me to taste. I remember how surprisingly good it was. We ate it while watching American Idol. You wore red that day. You look cute in red.
Eagerly, I take another bite. Uh, what? It tastes different now. Not like your spaghetti. Not like any spaghetti. My nose smells cheese though. A Whooper from Burger King? The very one that w
"The Dining Fork" by ~xxkisa-chanxx
The author takes a well-known topic of a love gone to waste and gives it a fresh
perspective through the food the narrator eats. The transition between present
and past using short sentences is very well carried out and has a bittersweet taste.
Featured by ~itsaki
Those Three WordsI don't think I can remember the last time we said those three words to each other.
Actually, I don't think we ever did.
I know I said it to myself when she forcefully took my hand into her cold grip that day and told me I was going to be her boyfriend on that field trip to the Museum of Natural History.
I know I said it to myself when she took the chocolate pudding out of my lunch every day, always, in the cafeteria, devouring it in greedy spoonfuls into her little mouth.
I know I said it to myself when she said Tony, a boy three years my senior, had hurt her friend and she told me that we wouldn't be together anymore unless I taught him
"Those Three Words" by ~ZZKaye
A twisted tale that brings relationships into question, of what relationships really mean.
But with an unexpected ending and a casual voice make this piece unexpected and thrilling.
Featured by: ~choirsoftheheavens
"habits to remember" by ~Solaces
No one is perfect, and no one is perfectly normal. This beautifully written prose rouses a
feeling in you that could be empathy, pity, or both.
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