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Human Condition

07.31.12 Posted in today's words by

Born to a South Carolina mother and a Boston Yankee father, Dr Andrew Badger has 4 daughters and 1 son (each was born in a different state, but all graduated from the same high school). He is also blessed with a stepdaughter and a stepson. He graduated from Bob Jones University and the University of […]


A time of war

07.30.12 Posted in words to linger on by

Laura Zucca-Scott’s most recent poem to appear here was On Your Twelfth Birthday published as part of Contributor Series 11: On Birthdays in June 2012. A time of warBy Laura Zucca-Scott It was a time of warAnd yet you were still a boyFarming the land on foreign soil You told me the storyWalking along the sidewalkA perfect […]


Crystalline

07.30.12 Posted in today's words by

Yagni Payal is a multifaceted creative artist. She has been writing poetry since her very early years. Her poems have appeared in The Copperfield Review, Danse Macabre, Quiet Magazine, and UK’s Forward Poetry. A playwright, actor, and director, also a wife and mother to 2 beautiful children, Yagni lives in southern California. CrystallineBy Yagni PayalBlindfolded, she slipsand swims, likea mermaidwho […]


Broken

07.29.12 Posted in today's words by

Heather Thorne is a college student pursuing a degree in nursing. She resides in Maysville WV with her husband and son. Her hobbies include baking, community theater, gardening, and being outdoors. She enjoys writing in a journal for personal reflection. BrokenBy Heather ThorneMy heart is empty and broken.Like a crystal vase crashed on the tile.Fragments […]


Lowery day

07.28.12 Posted in today's words by

Kenneth Weene’s most recent poem to appear here was Poem without title (June 2012). Lowery dayBy Kenneth WeeneThe town enshrouded by mist and cloud,a lowery day as some might say.The children waiting for their busstomp impatiently aboutlike young horses wanting hay.The flowers are unhappytheir petals fearing rain,but tomorrow the sun will shineand they’ll come out to play.It […]


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