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While We Are Still Young

Posted on December 12, 2010 at 5:00am 0 Comments

While we are still young

I want to tell you that I love you.

I want you to hold me

And never let go.

I want to be happy with you.

To go on a walk

Under the stars

And with the moon as our witness

Kiss you under their sparkling light.

Let’s run under the rain

And be free and happy.

And kiss some more

And hold our hands

And never let go.

So in a couple of years,

We shall be able to look back



October First

Posted on October 2, 2010 at 1:55am 4 Comments

It’s been one month,
Two weeks,
And three days
Since I kissed you.
Your taste,
I’m no longer familiar with.
Your smell,
It makes me dizzy no more.
What is left now?
Just a memory.
The problem with it?
The longer I keep remembering,
The harder it gets forgetting.
I do wish,
For one more kiss;
For one more touch.
Will I ever slip?
It’s been one month,
Two weeks,
Three days…
I’m just fine.


Posted on September 24, 2010 at 1:03am 0 Comments

My simple stare:

Quiet, yet it screams.

Lost in sight,

Awaiting reply.

My simple stare: inexplicable, real, invisible.

My deepest thoughts:

Oblivious to everyone.

Forever like that they shall remain.

My deepest thoughts: inexplicable, real, unknowable.

My craved desires:

They’ve pushed my brain aside.

At times, they make me cry.

At times, they make me laugh.

But they always make me feel alive.

My craved desires: inexplicable,… Continue

Autumn Leaves

Posted on September 12, 2010 at 10:07pm 1 Comment

I sit, staring through the window.

The backyard seems so empty.

So peaceful. So quiet.

And though invisible,

I know the wind blows by.

The tree’s hair is now dusk gold.

October seems forever lasting.

My pain feels forever going.

My heart is forever broken.

My eyes shall never see your smile again.

Our hands shall never touch again.

Your voice shall never be heard again.

Forever lost. Forever remembered.

I miss our fights.

I… Continue

Comment Wall (9 comments)

At 5:38pm on November 20, 2009, Ale Mahogany said…
Hi All.!
At 6:41am on November 21, 2009, scribbler said…
Nice to meet you Rowen. Welcome to :) I hope you like it here! I look forward to hearing all about your writing. That's a beautiful name you have.
At 4:26pm on November 21, 2009, Ale Mahogany said…
Nice to meet you Scribbler!
And again, thank you.
At 2:03am on November 23, 2009, Kay Elizabeth said…
Welcome aboard Rowen. :) Enjoy yourself! Great to have you here. Please tell us all about what you write.
At 3:19pm on November 23, 2009, Ale Mahogany said…
Thank you Kay!
And so far, this place looks amazing. =D
I write about many things; but mostly, about personal experiences.
I'm currently working on two books!
I hope i can publish them one day.
At 6:02pm on November 24, 2009, The Outlaw said…

My name is The Outlaw co-host of The Writer's Block on We are interested in an interview with you about your book. The show airs live at 8pm to 9pm est and the show is all about the writing genre. We interview authors and poets, illustrator and editors, anyone in the writing genre.

Please let me know if you are interested, and your availability for Wednesdays between 8pm and 9pm est. The interview is conducted via phone, please send the contact number and we will call when it is time for the interview, usually about 8:10 - 8:15 and it lasts 20 - 25 minutes talking about the book and the author and any other projects the author may have.

You can reach me by email at and I will get you scheduled.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.
At 7:16pm on January 18, 2010, Robert L. Bacon said…

POV is one of the fundamental aspects of writing that every author has to understand and deal with if his or her work is going to be taken seriously. If the section in the Browne and King book is unclear, perhaps it might be easier to understand POV if you consider a conversation in which the dialogue is interrupted many times but the reader does not know who is talking. Another way to consider this is that only one person or entity can relate his or her or its feelings in a direct manner. Everything else must be conveyed indirectly. Simply, one person is generally narrating a story, not two to more. (For this illustration, please ignore rare books like AS I LAY DYING, but consider instead the overwhelming bulk of material that has ever been written.)

I suggest going to the library or the Internet and locating material that deals with POV. You might also want to consider taking a creative writing course in which POV is a syllabus category. It take time to master POV, but it must be understood by anyone who has aspirations of becoming an accomplished writer.

Good luck with your writing.

At 10:26pm on January 18, 2010, Robert L. Bacon said…
Rowen, Cadet Ryan begins with his wife's POV, shifts to Ryan, then to the woman in the waiting area and finally to the woman who calls for Ryan after he has left. Rob
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