The punished character's expression has now become keen and
treacherous. He turns to face the newcomer. The books he
has been holding turn into revolvers.
Welcome To The...
Yeller bellies Be warned
Warning for them Yeller Bellies
"He was a child who thought differently than his peers, who may have had serious conversations with grown-ups, who as a young person accepted being alone quite a lot. I think that this sort of person often becomes either a writer or a career criminal."
Bartender's Warm Welcome
Welcome to the Greasy Spoon Saloon!This blog is aimed at displaying unknown, underground, dirty, rotten varmints who enjoy the written word and can't help but bleed poetry. Academics are welcome, but it's doubtful that they'll take this site seriously; Good!
We're looking for those poor poetic souls who've been cast into the gutter(slush pile) time and time again.
Send as many poems as you like to PeterTyer@yahoo.com......No sentimental Hallmark quality poems please, nor any Dr. Seuss rhymes. Send us your best stuff, pard'ner, you just might get shot down.
In the woodworks
I've been given a great deal on a CHAPBOOK Publication by a friend...all that's missing is your work. No fees..I'm buying.
As soon as enough quality work is gathered the chapbook will be printed and distributed throughout various New York City poetry venues.
Sadness, grief and sorrow are emotions we all experience. Poets and writers have long realized how expressing your emotions with words can help in dealing with the pain. To give words to your deepest feelings, to shape your most painful emotions into verse, to release the pain locked in your heart; this is the true power of the poem.Some of the most famous poets lived sad, dark, depressed lives filled with pain, loneliness, depression and even suicide. These poets were artists who used words to express their painful and sad feelings and share them with the world. These words joined together became poetry, sad poetry filled with their yearnings for relief from their pain. Their unbearable sadness was the catalyst for some of the best poems ever written.