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The Goddess of Woe

The Goddess of Woe

Observing them from behind the invisible veil,
Cackling over their sin and pain entwined souls,
Twisting their paths back toward the old roles,
Playing with their fate till the last doleful wail.

Following her as she stops by the ancient clock,
Whispering to her words of otherworldly bliss,
Preparing fateful circumstances of the last knock,
Annihilating hope of future with a baneful hiss.

Ripping soulmates asunder is my demonic play,
Giving and taking with insouciant and cruel whim,
Showing the mortals their lives are fragile clay,
Filling their hearts with pain throbbing to the brim.

Delighting in brokenness caused by fickle hearts,
Infusing hope only to shatter it anew with glee,
Trampling dreams of picking up the broken parts,
Wreaking havoc before to other amusements I flee.
Jana Vasilj-Begovic

Writing is a creative outlet for me. My regular job deals with military foreign language training and testing (Department of National Defence of Canada), a field in which I have publishe…

Valuables







Valuables

 

My walls of my room would be bare

No tickets, leaflets, fliers

Only blank white paint would ever be there.

 

The songs on my iPod, just tunes

Background ambient noise

With nothing attached but lonely blues

 

The stories and poems on my laptop

Just lonely, misinformed fantasies

Waiting to be given up

 

The money in my bank would be some Smaug’s horde

The clothes I wear would be rags to cover me

My possessions would be nothing if I was alone.

 

Just to have them alone isn’t enough

Cause who’d be there to care?

My valuables mean nothing

If they are not shared.

 
Jen Hughes
 

Jen Hughes is a writer from Ayrshire, Scotland. She has been furiously scribbling ideas and writing elaborate stories from as early as age 7 but hasn't started putting her work out there until a few years ago. She has been published on various online journals such as Oletangy Review, Minus Paper and Pulp Metal Magazine. She also has her own website which has an up-to-date portfolio of short works: dearoctopuswriting.wordpress.com

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