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Topic: opposite word game
Posted: 20 Feb 2020 09:55



Permitted - Disallowed

Topic: Synonyms
Posted: 20 Feb 2020 09:54



Reinforcing - Strengthening

Topic: Drop Letter - Add Letter
Posted: 20 Feb 2020 09:53



Loner - Goner

Topic: Inspirations, the Stories Space Coffee House
Posted: 20 Feb 2020 06:17



This is the testing kitchen for snacks from the gentle hands of our Sara. They are never-ending and all are delicious.

Thanks for the fresh brew, Bill. We needed it after coming in from a walk in 21F/-6C degree weather. Even a smattering of snow or ice pellets. I'm hoping it is the end of it.

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Topic: Change One Letter
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 19:32



Tots - Toes

Topic: Synonyms
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 19:28



Championing - Supporting

Topic: Picture that Number
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 19:26

2426
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Topic: When did you realize that you were an adult?
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 14:37



This is rather odd I am sure. I was taking a shower in my apartment at the university. I may have been about twenty-five then and had served a tour in the Navy. But as I showered it occurred to me, 'your mother did not have to tell you to take a bath or shower. You did it on my own.' That was when I fully understood I was a full-grown adult. <img src="/images/emoticons/icon_geek.gif" alt="geek">

Topic: Picture that Number
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 11:34

Para mi amiga.

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Topic: Last 2 Letters
Posted: 19 Feb 2020 11:32



ARomatic

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Stories Published By Survivor All Stories »

Love & Affection Challenge - A Bibliophile's Sonnet

We walked a lane in Wales one morn in May Our eyes took note of blooms on shrubs quite near. We sniffed some sprigs near Hay on Wye that day, Each bush had scents and smells both clear and dear. A whiff was like old books on stands and racks,   Each big thick tome could match that scent so strong. And we had smelled a few in bins and stacks The smell was just the same, we were not wrong. ...

Added 17 Feb 2020 | Category Poetry | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 72 | 8 Comments

And When The Morning Comes

Do we know, can we see, will we feel what we've known, what we've seen, what we've felt. At the moments we knew, simply seeing, and feeling, that instant, most precious,  the most treasured point in our lives. For so quickly it seemed, all our times were as one,  but so short in the paths of the world.  Just a minute it took, that was all, then we knew, we could see what we were,...

Added 14 Jan 2020 | Category Poetry | Votes 7 | Avg Score 5 | Views 72 | 5 Comments

The Whacking of the Trees

  Whack!  Whack! There was a long pause and then, once again... Whack! She tossed the fallen limb down onto the forest floor beside the trail. It had served its purpose. Then she nodded at the hikers who were passing hesitantly by her along the pathway.  This was the last time. The latest results showed no sign of cancer. Perhaps not gone. But no sign. It was good enough. She...

Added 24 Dec 2019 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 145 | 9 Comments

All That Matters

"I adore you" The words were spoken heard and accepted with gratitude and delight Not always offered aloud in the past even when understood within the trust of a heart in need The adoration of a chorus of friends and lovers from life that passed sincerely revealed The latest to be tendered this approbation in words as the solace of destined sublimity and jubilant embrace The embrace...

Added 23 Nov 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 6 | Avg Score 5 | Views 107 | 5 Comments

Remembrance Challenge: Camp Funston

In March 1918, some of the first recorded American cases of what became a worldwide influenza epidemic, also known as "Spanish flu", were reported at Camp Funston. The 1918 influenza pandemic, usually set as January 1918 up to December 1920, was an unusually deadly flu epidemic. It infected 500 million people around the world. Probably 50 million, and possibly as high as 100 million...

Added 11 Nov 2019 | Category Musings | Votes 11 | Avg Score 5 | Views 195 | 11 Comments

Never Forget the Good Times

Ding Dong! The doorbell rings. Opening the door. "Trick or treat!" Out the door goes the pup. Romping about with visitors.   Each one gets the same. Handing out goodies. Asking each one what they are. Really! Oh, perfect! "Get back in, Victor." And they are off on their way. Now he's standing up on his hind feet. What's this! He's trick or treating. Good boy. You get a treat. ...

Added 04 Nov 2019 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 7 | Avg Score 5 | Views 210 | 6 Comments

Meg's New Sonnet

Her natural scent imbues him with a need, As blooming flowers in the fields of May Intoxicate his mind and heart, indeed, Refreshing, craving on a summer day. His natural scent creates a homey clime It make his body feel so safe and warm. Aromas linger from their pillow time At night, in dreams, she's safe within his arm.  Addictive passion rises to new heights. Fierce love, desires to...

Added 03 Nov 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 3 | Avg Score 5 | Views 131 | 3 Comments

She Waves At Trains

My lady is so naive she still waves at trains whenever they pass by just hoping that the engineers might see and someday, perhaps, to make her day they'll pull the whistle loudly just for her. Just for her. So shy is she in normal ways but those fellows are quite far away, so she feels free, so free to be the funny young girl she'll always be. She'll never change. She rattles on about...

Added 25 Oct 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 5 | Avg Score 5 | Views 133 | 5 Comments

Trick or Treat

Nimble digits completed the act. The victim was trundled up and preserved for what was to come. Wrapped up in the webs of woe. For the prey. Not for the spider. This was her life. Her reason to be.  Miss Peckinstaff gazed out her parlor window at the dim courtyard behind her brownstone residence on the Lower Eastside. It was delightful to watch the arachnid complete the chore under the...

Added 19 Oct 2019 | Category Micro Fiction | Votes 10 | Avg Score 5 | Views 229 | 10 Comments

Your Hand in Mine

Tonight's my turn for spooning you had a go last night tomorrow is still coming no worries in our sight Together we're ascending each step we're holding hands approaching near Nirvana it's time for fun in bed You hold your hand towards me a pinky promise made that all the time that's left us we'll spend as lovers can The calling of a hoot owl will echo 'round the 'hood this still and...

Added 25 Sep 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 209 | 7 Comments

Stories Coauthored By Survivor

A Comedy

When I was young and loved humor Comedy was a movie that I knew  Where I would be laughing out loud While watching with glee the whole time Growing up, that belief had changed Comedy was a funny stage play Where you could watch people act While the ending was comically tragic Life has been sometimes like that It started with laughter and smiles But the ending was now so painful Even...

Added 26 Oct 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 8 | Avg Score 5 | Views 141 | 5 Comments

Clouds

People are just like clouds That float above the sky Without real direction But beauteous from afar Winds can push us forward And then may push us back Might even be the ones That scatter us apart Sometimes they blow gently To make us into one Other times much stronger Thus breaking us in twain Sometimes there is darkness It makes it hard to see Even light in slivers Can barely...

Added 12 Oct 2019 | Category Poetry | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 146 | 5 Comments

The Wall

My closed fists keep banging on the wall. My lungs hurt so much from losing air. It's becoming hard to breathe. I never stop pounding even as I can see blood flow out from my bruised hands. My mind is in a panic and the fear starts to creep up through my whole body because I don't know how to swim and the wall is giving me no respite so I can get my breath. I have begun to feel weak...

Added 04 Feb 2019 | Category Flash Fiction | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,236 | 6 Comments

Ballerina

Strong heart is beating in a harmony, Each movement set angelically with pride.   So subtle that it matches musically, To center stage exquisite form does glide On pointe, on tiptoe, swaying with the tune The wind caresses, gently singing free. So calm her soul, like summer days in June But every step is like a storm tossed sea Behind sweet lips and eyes, typhoons may hide, With calmness...

Added 16 Jun 2017 | Category Poetry | Votes 9 | Avg Score 5 | Views 1,092 | 8 Comments

The Bluebirds In My Heart

  “There’s a bluebird in my heart that Wants to get out, But I’m too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I’m not going To let anyone see You” Charles Bukowski     When loneliness became a part of me In such a way that others could not see. My heart forgot to feel, it hurt so much, And locked itself up tight against a touch.   The bluebirds came to...

Added 15 Sep 2018 | Category Poetry | Votes 6 | Avg Score 5 | Views 390 | 5 Comments

eBooks Published By Survivor

Tastes Bitter, Tastes Sweet
Tastes Bitter, Tastes Sweet

Meet a new poet in this edition. Find various forms of poetry, including sonnets, haikus, traditional verse, blank verse and abecedarian. You will discover love poems, poetry about life and death, and...

Coffee For Me, Tea For You
Coffee For Me, Tea For You

A collection of diverse short fiction. It includes micro fiction, flash fiction, mysteries, science fiction, and general fiction. The author has spent his life around computers and is now using his personal computer to create varied styles of fiction for the reading public's...

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