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Short Stories
· A Journey To The Other Side

· The Shortest Story Ever Told

· Ambrosio (Fiction)

· Teddy The Horse

· The Unforgiving

· Have You Ever Seen A Ghost?

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· Whats Happening To Me?

· The Fighter

· The Domino Effect

· Disciplined

· A Forbidden Word / Deviant lies

· The Smiles

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· A Poem In MInd

· The Muskrat & The Cotton Mouth

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  Cleat Booths
by William Bonilla
Monday, October 01, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Cleat Booths

 

Listen! Listen!

Heed the sounds tormenting

Our Grandparents

Carried in the Wind

Of echoing Cleat Booths

Pounding Upon cobbler stones

AS They Huddled

In uttered fear.

 

By: William Bonilla

D'Artagnan

08/23/2012




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Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 10/3/2012
Such a deeply moving poem my dear friend. Hoping you are on the way back here. I have misses you so much!
Peace and love
Amber
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 10/2/2012
I can only imagine the fear. Thought-provoking words, William. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 10/2/2012
Yes, thankfully, those terrible days are gone for most. Today, the killers come far more swiftly and often, silently until they are upon us and that fear comes again as they beat down the doors or blow the building we are hiding in to rubble.

A chilling reminder.

Ron
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 10/2/2012
Frightening! My son just got back from Poland and he visited a lot of War Memorials while there.....I can hear the soldiers retreating footsteps as they huddle in fear.....well penned, William...very powerful writing...

Anna

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