Category: thoughtcrime

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Yard Work Haiku

Two doves, inspecting the painting, planting, cleaning, nod approvingly. Andy Coughlan ISSUE Magazine April 2015

Like jasper, clear as crystal

At His solstice, among the wood and stone, with silent windows whose holy art could not sing from mere candle-points of light both billions of miles and bi...

Archaeology

Egyptian copper, salt, and kohl, twisted rope to trade. Tombs to find to hide our dead and tell the future well of what we were today. Jesse Doiron ...

Between the Frets

The message is among the notes Syncopated notes, Major, minor notes Weave in and out seductively beautiful and carry the message into the next stanza W...

Simple Questions

How could it be missing Before it was ever found? How could there be silence Before the birth of sound? How could there be an up When no one knew of down...

Give Thanks

If we were oceans deep We’d thank God for the wind That makes us dance with Waves and mists. If we were grass We’d thank God for the rain The seas hav...

Well, Tickle Me Pink

Or yellow Or blue Or purple But you tickle me pink With your smile and laughter Making me laugh with glee It's marvelous to have a Friend like you ...

Sera’s Toast

The sun sets on his east Texas pasture, taking the day with it in a silent blaze. Wayne rambles over bumpy roads, rounding up memories as if he could drive th...
Poetic Beginnings

Poetic Beginnings

Thoughtcrime group encouraged writers, fostered friendships.
God – by Connie Walker

God – by Connie Walker

He is the positive side of my life. He helps me to be strong and real Through prayer and faith in him. Step out on Faith. God is someone who will never l...
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