Wednesday, 22 April 2020

'Reality's Truth' A Micropoetry Collection by Stewart Storrar - Lore Publication

'Reality's Truth' A Micropoetry Collection

by Stewart Storrar

Shattered Bonds

The world feels,
Like a clash of fates,
Under a star struck sky.

Like the bonds of love,
Have shattered reality.

My reality,
And yours.

To become melded into one twist of fate,
In a universe of forgotten dreams.

Yet here I stand,
Living mine.


As the tide turns,
Upon the full moon,
And the planets dance among the stars,
The want of the self dissolves away,
Known only to memory,
For the spirit to join,
Our universal existence.

I realise I am not alone,
And I never was.

See Me

See my eyes,
The twinkle of their warmth,
A forever promise bound,
With one look.

See my soul,
It's intentions clear,
As the sky above,
Defeats the gloom.

See me,
All of me,
That's all I ask,
And all I want.

The Fool's World

Once a raging tempest of opinion,
Now tame.
Once a fire worthy of brimstone,
Now extinguished.
Once a spark of lightning,
Now diffused.

This world,
It once was.
Now, its not.

Yet all you see is you.

This micropoetry collection Reality's Truth was written by Stewart Storrar.

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Friday, 17 April 2020

'Remembering to Forget' A Poem by Sukanya Rajan - Lore Publication

'Remembering to Forget' A Poem

by Sukanya Rajan

Image credit: MabelAmber via Pixabay

I'm the faded old photograph,
Tucked away between pages,
Of the romantic novel,
You read in high school.

I'm the smell of coffee beans,
That greets you when you sip a latte macchiato,
On a rainy evening with your new found love.

I'm the lyrics of a song you sing no more,
I'm the high you get from the pills you take,
To drive the lonliness away.

I was there, I am here,
And I will be a part,
Of everything that you've ever touched,
To your lips,
Or laid your eyes upon.

Every city you breathe in,
The winds will bring my name to me.

And if not my name,
At least give to me the sigh that escapes your lips,
When you feel alone in a room of people.

When you'd hold the glass of 1973 Chavignol between your fingers,
Like you once held my hand,
I hope the colour of your wine,
Reminds you of the colour of my amber eyes,

But ah!

Where would you find the depth.

I'd live in every second your watch ticks by,
Every mile you drive out of town,
Where we lay beneath the ink sky and those million stars,
To make memories through the night.

Sometimes you grow, get over people.

But you'd never get over how they made you feel.

That's how they stay,
Like the aftertaste,
Of something you ate.

And no amount of alcohol could make you forget it.

This poem was written by Sukanya Rajan. Sukanya draws her inspiration from life events as well as the world around her. She believes in living life to its fullest while remaining true to what makes us human.

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Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Old Time Around: A Free Flash Fitcion (Horror, Mystery) - Lore Publication

Writer Information - Before You Go!

Stewart Storrar is a young Scottish writer that currently lives in Dublin, Ireland. Child's Play is a dystopian science fiction story he wrote to highlight his concerns with VR headets and virtual reality merging with the real world.

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Wednesday, 1 April 2020

The Right Way: A Free Flash Fiction (Thriller)

Image credit: Frank Michel