12 Steps to Personal Empowerment by Carol Hansen Grey https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/32208
Sailor's Lament by Graeme Frampton
Sailor's Lament by Graeme Frampton (@GraemeOOER) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/113197 Lure of mariners, dark wounds steeped in sea salt Sad eyes look seaward, ocean smeared grey Poseidon at rest, waves ironed flat Memories of that day Fervent crushing pain He wipes his brow, drying deep wrinkles Old maritime skin F...
Dry Wood by Ricky Hawthorne
Dry Wood by Ricky Hawthorne (@searsjames) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/113422 Choose your own back story
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One Perfect Summer by Graeme Frampton
One Perfect Summer by Graeme Frampton (@GraemeOOER) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/112732 I can lift veil after veil Dissect the fruits of summers past Open my mind to departed seasons Rearrange litanies of historical events With a deep intake of beautiful nostalgia I rebuff tales of dark days Strike them from my well-lived ...
The Face of Fear by Christopher Marry Hultman (C. Marry Hultman)
Peterson, Anderson and Camp climbed out of the Chrysler as soon as Hammer had cut the engine. Anderson pulled a pack of smokes from deep inside his grey coat and Camp made a similar motion, but instead produced a hand full of chew. Peterson eyed them.
There are times in life when you think of this Why must all things be this way You're holding out for the final kiss Your daydreams bleach the grey Don't you cry now for tomorrow It's a million miles away Drink yourself a shot of sorrow.
The Rock that Rolled Across the Ocean by N.D. Byma
The Rock that Rolled Across the Ocean by N.D. Byma (@NDByma) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/72180 A seaweed and barnacle covered rock living on a grey and dirty beach is told that it has a great purpose waiting for it across the ocean. Hearing this, the rock begins its journey, overcoming great obstacles and self doubt, and will discover that our journey prepares us for our destination.
Random Faces by John Ploetz (@johnploetz1) https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/53911 Random faces, plasticine masks, some forgettable, some memorable, staid and serene as they pass by. None revealing what lies behind. Sunken eyes, in black sockets, ashen grey, unblinking, anchored to pasty drab cheeks, holding just enough...
Shades of Grey by Tiffany Goldstein (TJ Goldstein)