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bravado By hazieskies in Fiction, Memory of the Past, Poetry an article i came across made me think about all the peoples' paths whom crossed mine; it brought each and everyone to their current spot in life
July 23, 2017

no more! By hazieskies in Fiction, Poetry people think it is easy to hurt people and then act like nothing has happened. life goes on for them, but they forget the feelings of the other party.
September 9, 2016

bleed By hazieskies in Poetry people tend to withhold the truth about their emotions, when they fear losing what they love.
August 17, 2016

because… By hazieskies in Fiction, Poetry unfinished as yet... but propelled to write
July 29, 2016

Double Kway Chap Chuckle By Xiang Yeow in Competitions, Poetry, Savour this

Bubble bubble, churn and chuckle, Kway chap better than apple crumble. Chopstick innards from a soy sauce piglet, neighbour to three ducky winglets. Pile on the belly skin of its mother, squishier than that of its grandmother. Add stick-feet which no longer paddle above a bowl of veggie pickles. And    …

July 2, 2016

Assault By jayasp72 in Competitions, Poetry, Savour this My reactions to kway chap, a delicacy that should not be investigated as one must be prepared for the reality - a reality that has been masked by taste, history and common sense. :)
July 1, 2016

Pit Stop By freddytxc in Others, Poetry The Morning After.
May 22, 2016

First Drop Falls By deanmarc in Poetry, Savour this

It is as it were From heaven’s love Or ire as never before That a drop of rain began Among His billion tears Yet unknown where it was to land And ah! I was there Against countless droplets Among souls without a care From as far as sight may The    …

May 20, 2016

favourite foods By ryan-d in Poetry, Savour this written 10 years ago for a 100-word-a-day challenge so it's a little dated
May 2, 2016

Savour this, we say By sphlng in Competitions, Genre, Poetry, Savour this Growing up woes - savour this, they said.
April 27, 2016