see here: the earth, warped mountains flipped, the sky's stalactites, and oceans frozen above. tread carefully on the sky, brush your fingers over stars and watch for the moon setting.
scattered over the ceiling, garish green by day brightening at night. ----- (defying city sky) i may see stars whenever i please - just inside. ----- looped on a tree and lit by batteries, it's all a city girl gets.
Hi all! It's been a long week of work, and it's going to be even longer because I will be working on Saturday too. This is still my first rodeo, but the upside is people seem to like me. I seem to be doing alright. So far, so good. So this week on Stellar and… Continue reading Stellar and Lunar: Roundup 10
Hello, everyone! I'm cutting it close tonight - spent too much time downloading eBooks, and I have the niggling feeling I've forgotten to do homework, but here is the week's roundup. (On the plus side, I'm now well versed in the fine art of customer services, and I do believe my training-group goes live on… Continue reading Stellar and Lunar: Roundup 9
the hiatus is sporadic. i never know when the next one will occur. some nights will be haunted, the days littered with shadows that never leave. (hint: this happens more often than not) your shadow never knows when to leave and i, i never know your name. one day to another you delight in torment… Continue reading Poetry 101 Rehab: Hiatus
It does not feel like it's been six weeks since I started this up. A bit of housekeeping: I have decided that this will now be expanded to non-fiction as well. Initially, I started it as a creative writing thing, but from now on you guys can contribute whatever you please, fiction or not. The only… Continue reading Stellar and Lunar: Roundup 6
This is my own contribution to my Stellar and Lunar challenge. I just couldn't resist. You see, I draw inspiration from a lot of things. A book, a poem, a song... In the case of this poem, the inspiration was the beautiful "Little Star" by The Controversy. I reviewed them on Saturday, and you can find… Continue reading distances
I don't have a specific favourite piece of art so I'm going to name one I really like: Cafe Terrace at Night, by van Gogh.And now it's come to life, which means there are people walking through the alleyways and streets at nighttime. It's dark and the sky is full of stars, and the moon… Continue reading The Cafe