Daily Lit Deviations for May 25th, 2010
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Featured by: ~1Walkingblind
ocean man.his gray eyes dissolved in the pulse
of the ocean and the solemn cup
pressed into shells. he had photographs
in his chest, and only memory detected the roll
of the waves: the blue colliding with dreams
and tender fire.
he sealed up the splintering fire
of guns and the shaking pulse
in his neck inside of his dreams,
inside of the cup
of his ear, and all that was left was the roll
of thought behind his photographs.
tucked in his breast pocket was a photograph
of his childhood on fire,
fresh from the roll.
and he breathes and his flighty pulse
quickens in the cup
of his hands like a narrow dream.
his timid girl, a pale dreamer,
"Ocean Man" by ~skylarklies
This is a very unique poem, full of life and
life lived. A sestina is a great achievement
and a first try at it is proper and follows the
rules while being brilliantly creative.
Featured by !Iluvocnj2006
love poem for the windchilly winding:
the graffiti on the
corner wall, the
light, the glowing buzz of night
the lamp-post good
the lamp-post tall
sways, the toy-maker sighs
a buzz of murmured
and through, the dark
the night, the wind!
"love poem for the wind" by ~phantasmicmelody
Beautifully written, this poem gives the feels of love,
life and all the beauty it has to offer. Exceptional work!
Featured by *TheTerrorOfTheDeep
"The Firefly Collector" by ~PhantomTollman
Full of beautiful description and imagery that
only seem to only skim the depth of the characters,
do yourself a favor and read this story.
featured by: *Miss-S-Bird
"Portrait of a Woman" by !musicalgenius321
This short story is a very rare example of a second person
narrative which works. It forces the reader into the shoes
of the protagonist. In doing so we must experience the emotion
and feel the guilt of the woman. The writer's skill, however,
stops this from becoming unbearable. An extremely skillful
piece of work.
Featured by: ~Magic-fan
Deze brief is mijn laatste woord aan jou. Vijf jaar geleden was het, het regende dat het goot en ik kon niet zien of je huilde, maar ik deed dat zeker. Je wilde nooit lang op een plek blijven, het lukte je simpelweg niet om je ergens thuis te voelen. Het was verschrikkelijk om midden in de nacht wakker te worden door jouw voetstappen die richting het raam gingen en waarschijnlijk (dat dacht ik) vol heimwee naar de sterren staarden. Het was zo verschrikkelijk omdat ik wist dat ik je niet kon helpen, dat je je nooit thuis zou voelen. Ik ben wel eens naar beneden geslopen om te kijken wat je precies deed. Er zat een afdruk van j
"Toevluchtsoord" by ~Dreaming-Moon
Wow. There are hardly words to explain
this piece. From heart-wrenching sadness to
undeniable hatred, topped off with a powerful
ending. This is a stunning piece of prose.
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