Daily Lit Deviations for May 26th, 2010
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Featured by: ~1Walkingblind
Washing AwayWashing away
the rain falls sharp and
slicing through the sky
burn into my eyes as they seep out into the open
I wish that they would fall
but they won't
they never do
they water fall, cascading down and
rapids and white foamed blurs
passing me and I try to reach
but nothing is reachable
for these thin, thin hands
fingers so skeletalwanly,
my arms reach for you,
wanlythey are about to break
like the branches of a tree, iced over
water hanging beautifully from
I am cold right now
can you hold me close?
Don't ever let
"Washing Away" by ~LoveDestructive
The author conveys the feeling
of being alone, almost as well as the
real thing in this poem. The description
is moving and hauntingly detailed.
Featured by: ~RunningBear5858
"Monster" by !TorturedSoul-062996
An intoxicating poem telling
of a mugging. While the author felt
they could trust somebody and thought
they were different, they use dark
imagery to describe the true, horrible
details of this horrible monster.
Featured by !Iluvocnj2006
"Come With Me" by !SanpsFire
A simply stunning piece of poetry,
filled with fierce emotions that you
cannot fathom unless you really read it.
Featured by *TheTerrorOfTheDeep
Emily Made Of WordsEmily's parents desperately wanted their house to be haunted. Every six months or so they would bring a clairvoyant through the building, pausing in each room for the man or woman to shut their eyes and fumble through the cosmos. They never discovered anything, and Emily's parents returned to the gourmet deli they ran together despondent, bitching about how much you should legitimately be allowed to charge for such a service.
They had Gothic eccentricities added to the house a wrought-iron gate, gargoyles, balconies reached through tiny, barred windows and staircases which led to nowhere all in the hope of attracting resident
"Emily Made Of Words" by ~Halohid
A extremely relateble story with
original characters that puts a spin
of the familiar daydream many children have.
Featured by: !cinnamon-quill
I Will See You Nathan watched as Abbey knelt down and lightly kissed a heart etched into the old oak tree and his own heart ached. He wished he could wrap his arms around her and tell her it was all going to be okay. Her one hand went to the etched heart and the other she placed on top of her own before collapsing into quiet sobs. She turned around and let herself slide down the trunk, pulling her knees up to her chest before resting her face in her hands, letting the tears run through her fingers. He watched her for what felt like an eternity. As he stepped closer to her a strong voice echoed behind him.
"I wouldn't do that if I we
"I Will See You" by *MsStarryDuck
A powerful and emotional piece
about what a dead man will do to stop
the suffering of the one he loves.
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