'Everyone Has a Name' Project Everyone has a name. And everyone has a story. This photo project is dedicated to promoting dignity and to enlightening society's view of the homeless.
A project by Charlie O'Hay. [more inside]
The Solitary Walker
- a blog (mostly) about walking.
is a new, free community and platform for young people to share their fiction writing, "connect with other readers and discover new stories and authors. Users are invited to write novels, short stories and poems, collaborate
with other writers and give and receive feedback on the work posted on the site." (Via
was a multiuser poetry blog until July 31, when it turned into a social network for poetry
with forums, groups, subblogs and more
"Pray for the Hartzler family. Their youngest has left the church and no longer believes that Christ died for her sins. She buys clothes at the mall. Tongue pierced, nose as well. Her shirt shows her belly where a ring of gold sprouts. We pray she will remember that her Lord's side was pierced, that His crown held no gold, only the dried blood of His brow."
thinks the prayer request in this poem
might be written for her. Despite her start in a Mennonite family, she is now an "international traveller living and teaching in Asia."
The blog of world renowned aristocrat rebel Mike Topp, author of whimsical little ditties, disjointed lists (is there a better sort) and (sometimes) absurd poetry.
To commemorate the end of National Poetry Month
, today is Poem In Your Pocket Day
. And for us ItarWebby types, it's also Poem On Your Blog Day
. via Sharon at Watermark
The Player Piano Randall Jarrell's
last poem, perhaps...The pancakes made me think of famous MeFi android Buster Friendly--er, Miguel Cardoso. From The Wandering Minstrels
, a poetry log, a plog, I guess...The Death Of The Ball Turret Gunner
has a certain timely resonance.