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Daily Lit Deviations for August 18th, 2013

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Suggested by: cality
Featured by: betwixtthepages

Lately, the waitHighway traffic, seamless like the skies
of October; distant lights foretell
a visitor.
A gush of wind, a magnolia laden threshold.
Another blackout.
We share
much sought after

Lately, the wait by MehreenFreed

From the suggester: The hushed tone
of this poem is quite lovely, and I love
how atmospheric it is. The formatting is
very interesting, too.

Suggested by: AyeAye12
Featured by: spoems

Twenty YearsWe're icebergs
disguising as ships.
We float along so aimlessly and
crash into this shit!
I can't make
the things you create.
You give and give and give and give and
all I do is take
what I want
and what I deserve.
Our boys are yours. Our girl is yours. Anne,
you've sure got some nerve!
Nobody loves me
like I do.
I push everyone away
and find someone new.
We're clean clothes
lying on the floor.
We love and leave and love and leave like
two revolving doors!
I should have
the praise and respect
of everyone and everything that
I have ever met.
Life is hard,
but I carry on.
You think what you want, but know this, Anne:
I'm never alone.
Nobody loves me
like I do.
I push everyone away
and find someone new.
We're children
hiding from a fight.
We close our eyes and close our ears, but
there's no end in sight.
I still love
all the things we made.
Though they turn their backs and walk away,
that will never change
how I feel.
What a thing to know:
Twenty years as a Godly man; Anne,
you reap what

Twenty Years by Gymdawg

Per the suggester: "Not only is
the rhyming clever, but it packs a
poignant punch with an edge of realism."

Suggested by: Nichrysalis
Featured by LadyofGaerdon

August Moon  
     Quiet night.
  I walk this umbra amid fallen ashen
      -my gait tempered in its shadow,
  Hear the north wind wake
      gentle and luke-warm
  Elevated into its murmer
      of lush, summer oaks that stir
  For now like curious whispers
      among their soft forebode;
 Then ranked breath and boreal chill  
   will rise, will fall 
  will lapse in it all.
   I'll wait for the ever lucid darkness
           that an August moon lead  
  For a small breeze, skulked into
      the penumbra of its rising limbs
 Like shadows once contemplated in silence,

August Moon by Fleeting-Epiphany

Suggester: This poem is
wonderfully atmospheric
thanks to the careful
formatting and use of language.


Suggested by: DailyBreadCafe
Featured by LadyofGaerdon

Door to DoorThe first time he had tried them, he cried, and the tears obscured his vision. He understood that was he was seeing was not the world around him, but something different. It was the world how it may be. The woman at the door had been correct, and through his tears he smiled.
“Hello, my name is Maddie.” she had started, not deterred that she was one of the last remaining door-to-door salespeople in the world, or that she was trying to sell her product to a blind man. His cane had hit the door when he opened it, and Charlie, the dog, had given a little woof and wagged his tail at the company.
He supposed she looked him up and down. She was quiet for just a second before she continued.
“It’s not everyday that I get to sell my product to someone who would appreciate it the way you might-- may I ask, were you ever sighted?”
He was taken aback, but found himself answering.
“I was-- years and years ago. Why?”
“What was it that made you lose your

Door to Door by Goldfish-In-Space

Suggester: An interesting idea,
and well written. What really
stands out to me is the way
she manages to neatly tie up
the beginning and end in a
circular plot structure. I just love it!

Suggested by: intricately-ordinary
Featured by: spoems

they were divorced before you cried by your-methamphetamine

Per the suggester: "I rarely read any [prose],
but the wordplay in this and the lasting message
are absolutely fantastic."

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Prepared by: spoems
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Fleeting-Epiphany Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2013
I'm reading a lot of great pieces here and I am flattered to find my work among them! Congrats to everyone. =)
marksburg Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2013
Reading your poetry brought back memories buried deep (I thought). Thank you!
Goldfish-In-Space Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013   Writer
Wow, it's really cool to be featured here! I'm flattered to have my work beside all these other great pieces! Thanks.
DailyBreadCafe Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013   Writer
Well done everyone!
cality Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
xlntwtch Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013   Writer
:iconcongratulationplz: all featured today.
Gymdawg Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for selecting my piece. It's an honor.
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