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  • The Tale of Maria LeConstoy
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    Retired Minister Daisy Aldero-Sanchez is blind but she keeps having these unusual visions. Lately she is losing herself in images of a town and all of its colourful characters. They seem so real, so flawed and yet so delightful that she talks about them for days. What is even more odd, is Daisy is beginning to think t...

  • The Other Side Of Smile
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    "The Other side of Smile" Is a collection of poems on various ​aspects of life, about social problems, psychological conflicts, politics, tragedies, all of which penetrate the fake masks we wear and shows us the other side of smile.

  • The Lighthouse Yonder Beckons
    67 13 1

    "Our liberty cannot be guarded but by the freedom of the press, not that be limited without danger of losing it." - Thomas Jefferson, 1786. Freedoms of speech and the press are in the FIRST AMENDMENT of the U.S. Constitution, an indication of the priority with which those freedoms must be cherished and valued.

  • Light
    160 26 1

    #WattpadLoveNotes Can love repair? #NonFicSpotlight

  • Chiaroscuro
    2.3K 271 10

    In-between black and white. A style of painting, drawing, etc. using only light and shade to achieve the effect of a third dimension.

  • The Whole Cole Story
    6.2K 767 17

    A series of collaborative rhymes based on a children's rhyme, Old King Cole

  • When the Light is On You
    75 15 1

    Leonardo hums philosophically as he paints a portrait of Lisa Gherardini.

  • Lisonneta
    46.9K 1.4K 19

    Fourteen line poems.

  • Carrion
    10 0 1

    Completed   Mature
  • The Bluejay Shaman
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    Traveling the back roads of Montana, not-quite-fearless art gallery owner Alix Thorssen is far from her home in Jackson Hole. Trying to clear her sister's husband of murder, she finds herself up to her Ray-bans in shaman's secrets, mysterious deaths, zealots, and madmen, not to mention -- ah yes -- passion among the p...

  • Vers Libre
    5K 950 65

    Whatever comes to mind.

  • Laundry Lines: A Memoir in Stories and Poems
    1K 208 23

    Why do we remember what we remember? As Ann Elizabeth Carson looks back at the long laundry line of her life strung with memories, in a rare combination of visceral, sensuous prose and poetry she explores how many Western women lived and were shaped by the 20th century. Laundry Lines: A Memoir in Stories and Poems co...

  • Mickey the Monkey
    527 54 7

    A cunning monkey grabs the attention of three kids and a small Alabama town during the summer of 1937. A tale in seven parts.

  • Older Poems from the Pen of Olan L. Smith
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    This collection is a gathering of most of my older poems, both published and unpublished, making it easier to find my poetry.

  • contrived
    584 220 16

    sometimes life is contrived. My thoughts and observations on aging.

  • Magpie Pearls
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    ~ This poetic journey started when I began questioning why I write poetry. The assumption I had come across pearls of wisdom to impart is quickly challenged by readers of "Magpie Pearls", leading me to explore truth in a broader sense. Is truth universal or personal? Relative, or absolute? What becomes clear to me ove...

  • The Woman Who Never Cooked
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    I'm hidden inside the fiction and oddly, or maybe not so odd, I included three memoir pieces that I don't identify as such. That's the first tip-off. For reasons I explain in The Fear and Love Conversations ( Part 2 follows.), I mix fic...

  • Drifters
    3.3K 266 10

    A collection of Inspirational poetry and my personal observations.

  • Daring Names : Heroic Ballads
    499 58 11

    YOU are the hero! You have many adventures to go on. How would you feel if you were a famous knight? What does it sound like in a mermaid's lair? Will you be friends with dragons? What is it like to fly? Only YOU can tell the story! (Please leave comments and votes if you enjoy a story! This book has new parts added e...

  • A dragon in winter
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    Does the writer suffer the delusions of oncoming bi-polar disease, or is he the victim of the machinations of infinitely superior aliens who fear the the human race's ability to breed far faster than they and poison the environment with their consumption. Set in once prosperous mill towns in Lancashire at the end...

  • The Smell of Snow
    1K 112 13

    From our home on a little island, we smell snow as it begins to fall on the mountains of Vancouver Island. The kind of smell that goes directly up your nostrils with a slightly metallic, refrigerant or ozone hint. And of course we love to confirm our sense with a trip 'downtown' to the general store. As we round the c...

  • Deadline--a VERY short story
    457 30 3

  • Limericks .. Poetic Ladies
    7K 647 100

    Poetic Ladies Indeed! <3

  • edge of the garden
    13.6K 801 26

    outside of eden

  • Some Girls Wander by mistake
    505 67 4

    A few poems on burgeoning womanhood and advice for our daughters A few lyric references and a bit of militant feminisim to garnish.

  • over the line
    8.9K 800 46

    in the dimensions

  • Sappho: For The Love Of Womb'an.
    394 23 5

    Sappho was a Greek lyric poet, born on the island of Lesbos. The Alexandrians included her in the list of nine lyric poets.

  • if you live, you cast a shadow
    132 12 1

    as the shadows appear......

  • Muscadine Jack
    159 23 1

    Just another night on the road with Jack and his blues band