Sharing short fiction and poetry on Mondays and Fridays…and sometimes on the days in between
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Trees, yawning in drought Forced to repent their decision To remain rooted instead of fleeing Their once wet barks Branded with scars from sharp gun rays As they stare down At footprints of families gone farming Fading in harmattan winds Benjamin Nambu is from Ghana in West Africa. Writing poems, short stories, and motivational messages … More Footprints in harmattan winds | Benjamin Nambu
When I write, I like to go for the simple themes. Life, death. Easy victories, sitting still, patiently waiting right next to the rather more complicated scenarios of this ever expanding universe. Like: how to tie my shoelaces so that they won’t come undone halfway into my run. Or: how to convince the slugs that … More Meaning of life | Britta Benson
I wanna wear a starry crown jangle jewels of joy, let my soul shine despite the flawed design; seeds scattered in darkness survive underground. . Galaxies grown in utero birthed before dragon’s eyes, father and mother disguised, cruise an onyx sea sailed seven billion years ago. K.Hartless is a persistent poet and eclectic fiction writer who … More A Starry Crown | K Hartless