Soul Fountain

Poem – From The Alcove (By Naushena)

From the Alcove As I peep through my window From the alcove, A theater starts its never ending show From dawn to dusk Of street goers, Pedestrians heading towards their work, Some striding some slithering unwillingly, Now a street urchin, ...
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Short Story – The Better to See You With (By Midu Hadi)

The Better to See You With By Midu Hadi Chapter 1 The ophthalmologist plucked the nictitating membrane off the petri dish with a pair of forceps. Syd moved it around a bit until she found the right place for it ...
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Poem – TRICK OR TREAT? (By Ray Gallucci)

TRICK OR TREAT? "Good Christians" warn that Halloween's A festival of Satan, When nothing's standing in between Your soul and its damnation. For centuries, they witches burned With little provocation. Eternal fire claimed they'd earned. For mercy -- strangulation! The ...
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Poem – A stiff razor-edged blade slices (By Gil Hoy)

A stiff razor-edged blade slices - By Gil Hoy through pulsating flesh, as the hot orange sun glistens on freshly red-tainted steel. No moans, no cries, no gasps, as the core of a rational caring human being falls to the ...
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Poem – Scarred (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Blood and Tears. War and Hate. Death and Destruction. Hell and Fate. I am dead because I’m not you. What you said? Hate is not true. Why cleanse me? Are you blind? We are brothers. Open your mind. Why ignore ...
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park bench

Short Story (By Rachel Tucker)

I sat on the park bench watching my niece as she guarded her 4 year old son who clambered like a monkey over the jungle gym. Happy shouts and laughter filled the air and I found myself transported back to ...
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Poem – Fifty Years Later (By Donal Mahoney)

Fifty years ago Jane got on a plane and flew away without saying good-bye. Her parents took her, I know. She was only 14 but she could have said good-bye to me, the swain who saw her through our last ...
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Poem – Into White (By Melissa R. Mendelson)

Into White Love was the heart nestled in soft, white sheets, beating with beauty, and glistening with rays of life. Love are the lights in a mother’s eyes as she brushes the hair of her young daughter and then takes ...
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Poem – MEETING (By Nicolo Santilli)

MEETING (By Nicolo Santilli) to our fellow cosmic travelers   who traverse the geography of the earth   in dreams and waking   and having walked a thousand winding starlit streets   know the joy of finally meeting ...
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Poem – The Snowman (By Marieta Maglas)

The snowman doesn’t know why the reasons are balanced perfectly by feelings. He was dealing last week with a snowstorm wondering how many snowflakes could fall. The snowman thinks of the pure joy of being alive. Now, the rain comes ...
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