Monthly Archives: May 2013

Death Can’t Wait.

A lot of people today suffer from varying degrees of depression and other illnesses that are not apparent. I wrote this as a way of connecting to those. If you know of someone so stricken then don’t ignore them, that … Continue reading

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Reviews For Seventeen.

  5.0 out of 5 stars Raw and Twisted!, May 30, 2013 By Vonda Norwood (California, USA) – See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: SEVENTEEN. (Kindle Edition) Everything about this gritty short story reminds … Continue reading

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The End Game.

Death: Some seek it as a way of gain. To get their cause highlighted and give themselves fame. Death: The slow sort, this time for economic gain. The shirt you are wearing, did it cause those in the sweatshops of … Continue reading

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Untitled.

I am in the process of writing a 20,000 word novella. It is away from my normal style of stories, but contains a strong leaning towards the love of a man for a woman. The story opens with a self-obsessed, … Continue reading

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For the Rebirth of Romanticism.

Breathe deeply of my love. Be it all that you inhale. As the seeds of my passion Are blown on a thunderous gale. Feast heartedly on that love, Let it be all that you taste. Leave not one seed of … Continue reading

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The Suitcase.

The Suitcase. I beg that before you pack to leave, You follow these instructions; please. Place my passion in first, Then place it under the pillow of your bed. Wrap yourself in it when you are alone at night, And … Continue reading

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The Vagrant.

She sat in a doorway watching life pass her by, She wore a smile but wanted to cry. She had lost her child, her husband and home, Now she was living life all alone. At first she thought she was … Continue reading

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The Scribe.

The scribe scribbled on, long into the night. His pencil dulled as did the candle light. He shivered with cold and his fingers ached, But he had a mission, and it could not wait. Life was his subject and this … Continue reading

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Eternal Love.

Cast your shadow over me. In your arms embrace me. Caress my body passionately. I give my heart unconditionally. When you’re alone; think kindly of me. Remember our nights; ardently. Read my words; lovingly. Then in your heart I remain; … Continue reading

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The Tears Of Christ.

The Time Span Of A Tear. A second ticked by and not a lot had occurred, The minute hand moved, and a voice was heard. It spoke of compassion, forgiveness and faith, Never seeking self-aggrandisement, bearing no trace. But soon the … Continue reading

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