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Since January 17, 2008
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Thanks for stopping by. I hope that by posting my writing and receiving feedback, I might loose my fear of letting people read my thoughts and ideas. It is time to put down in writing some of the stories/poems/lyrics/letters/thoughts/inventions that have been experienced or dreamt. You know how it is; years' worth of carelessly scribbled notes stored in that not so orderly file cabinet that is the mind. I hope my lack of formal training doesn't dull the message. I need to hear your sincere comments, be they positive, negative, or in between. BE WARNED: Some of what you read here is A Shade (Or More) Away From Normal. Allen
    Rated: 18+ · Comedy · #2004469
    Nothing is held back. Use CAUTION. You might be scared.
    Rated: 18+ · Comedy · #2004467
    More thoughts, stories, and ideas. Not mild, but not psycho. Be careful but not scared.
    Rated: 13+ · Comedy · #2004466
    The more mild of my thoughts, stories, and ideas. Don't be scared.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1816525
    Essays written about thoughts, newspaper articles, writing prompts. A part of me is told.
    Rated: E · Biographical · #1816223
    Here are some real and true letters except for the ones that aren't. They were mailed.
    Rated: E · Personal · #1812474
    A re-write/edit of an earlier poem. Will you tell me which you like better and why?
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1811120
    A rewrite of The Water Dish from earlier in my portfolio. This time it's poetic prose.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1810943
    This is an edit/rewrite of Resting Roses from earlier in my portfolio.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1810937
    This is a rewrite of Mirrored Street, a poem from earlier in my portfolio.
    Rated: E · Experience · #1809850
    A party of fishermen in the early morning on a dock in Ranier, MN.
    Rated: E · Philosophy · #1809838
    Here are a few of my daily thoughts molded into a Haiku form.
    Rated: E · Animal · #1809620
    This poem hatched in my mind after seeing yet another bird crash into the window.
    Rated: E · Biographical · #1565954
    The idea was to write a poem ending with the word "home."
    Rated: E · Inspirational · #1565633
    The prompt for this was to write about a desire.
    Rated: 13+ · Emotional · #1562562
    My first attempt at an anaphoric piece.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1401208
    An elderly woman, alone at home, with memories and dreams, and a timid wolf who visits.
    Rated: E · Opinion · #1396508
    Outside a downtown office building looking in on the worker bees... just like me.
    Rated: E · Opinion · #1396386
    A commentary on American education. Do teachers train rather than enlighten?
    Rated: E · Relationship · #1388618
    Inspired by a young couple on a cold day downtown
    Rated: E · Death · #1388160
    Fear, misplaced faith, trust, and hope.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1386949
    Written while listening to a singer/songwriter perform in a downtown cafe.
    Rated: E · Emotional · #1385111
    Music in the winter forest
    Rated: ASR · Personal · #1382846
    There are times we can't tell reality from dreams.
    Rated: 18+ · Emotional · #1380956
    Taken from journal entries when I was on the edge.
    Rated: ASR · Experience · #1380069
    How alone you can feel in the middle of a city of people
    Rated: 18+ · Personal · #1379923
    What living a life can sometimes bring
    Rated: E · Spiritual · #1378198
    A poem about those who aren't living the moment.
    Rated: E · Philosophy · #1377285
    A poem about two men in suits sitting at the cafe table next to mine.
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