"A dragonfly was on my train - by Liam Strain
A dragonfly was on my trainmetal flashes of green goldsmoky wings all blur and humit flew from window to windowlooking for escape from usshrieking, ducking, flinchinglaughing humanity we had forgottenwe…"
"the fly - by Liam Strain
the fly jumps
onto my plate
hungry feet searching
my dinner, immense
without my notice
sated and stalwart,
"Falling Pain by Michael J. Kullik
Copyright August 22 2015"
"One Item by Michael Joseph Kullik
The unclutteredCrawl space of my mindReaches into empty spacesUnseen and untouched
Until I placeOne item uponThat very space
The crawl space isTransformed intoAn extremelyBeautiful object
Unseen by human…"
"Hi. Just joined. I know not of what I speak, but......And now, in the spirit of Spring, let's have it, because any poet worth anything writes a poem about Spring...Spring I see it from the car or bus window. I look down upon it…"
"These are the latest two poems for the poetry reading and they are finished aka done. They will be part of a collection of poetry to be published in Jan of 2016 if I feel they make the final cut.
Sky bolt bluewith a tinge of lightning,As I wish…"
"I don't think married couples should have fights. (Disagreements, yes. Just not the kind where you yell and tell the other party how wrong they are.)
People of all ages over 18 should mix
"Dreary" days are actually…"
What opinions do you guys hold that are unpopular, sans those related to politics and religion? Basically what are things about which you disagree with what seems to be the majority of people with an opinion?Here are some of mine:-The Avengers sucked.-The X-men movies are great-Dogs are objectionable.-Summer weather isn't pleasant, its gross-ToS was the worst Star Trek Series overall-I like a lot of electronic music, but can't stand dubstepGO!See More
"I'm not saying it's a threat. I'm saying it's like our douche neighbor just took his ugly little rat of a dog to take a crap in our front yard, while he watches us watch him through a crack in the blinds, knowing we won't do…"
"There is a book series called "An Incomplete Education" - has sections on just about any topic, distilled down into easily accessible chunks. (And I do mean just about any subject). Those would give you enough of a grounding in the basics…"