A lighthouse casts starlight across the harbor. A young boy drinks some as he rows. The stars taste like fire, though they look like ice. They buzz like flies, and are soft to the touch. They smell like lavender. To the boy, they definitely sound fragrant. He hides the star as Mike from that nearby […]Read More Poem: 21 Lines Off the Coast
The forest is filled with life alien to me Unpleasant things buzz around me harshly Their view of me altered by their alien eyes I must be careful not to step in the mud Liquid reminders of thunderstorms Which once rained down upon these woods Perhaps these puddles shall remain Gathering more creepy crawlies […]Read More Poem: Clara
“When will you admit it?” The boy cocked his head questioningly. Taken aback, Warren took an involuntary step backwards off his porch and into his foyer. “Excuse me?” He should’ve known that a visitor at 5 A.M. on a Monday morning would be trouble. In fact, when he and his wife had been woken by […]Read More Short Story: The Secret of Warren Thomas
Sun rests lightly on the roadside where flowers grow They spring from the cold, dank soil with warm life They organize themselves in quiet clusters Unmarked by the conceit of a garden Their purple blossoms peak towards the overcast sky Seeing past the clouds of the midday storm Towards the sunlight they know shall break […]Read More Poem: Anna
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This poem was written in 2012, during 6th Grade. Fluffynose Almondtail was a small, tan squirrel He slept in a tree hollow on top of a hill He spent his days searching for a small, brown nut And utterly despised all canine mutts. Fluffynose Almondtail enjoyed maple sap at tea time He’d serve his […]Read More Poem: Fluffynose Almondtail
As of this Monday, November 6th, this blog will release regular content again! It has a fancy new name and logo for ACC 2018 (details coming soon) and will feature my backlog of past poetry every Monday, along with my unpublished short stories every other Friday. Enjoy! -CraigRead More And Now, Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Programming…