Titan Times

The Wanderer- Part Three

Sharon Niedringhaus, Writer

April 20, 2018

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This is the third part of a continuing story. Here is the link to the second part if you have yet to read it: https://titantime.org/6815/lifestyle/creative-contributions/the-wanderer-part-two/    It was a miracle Jenna got any sleep that night. She had been awake for a few hours considering the warning con...

The Wanderer- Part Two

Sharon Niedringhaus, Writer

April 13, 2018

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This is the second part of an ongoing story. Here is the link to the first part if you not read it already: https://titantime.org/6727/lifestyle/creative-contributions/the-wanderer-part-one/ The next day, Jenna was walking to the office to turn in an excuse note for her absence. She had gone home afte...

Fisherman- A Sonnet

Fisherman- A Sonnet

April 13, 2018

Fall

Fall

April 3, 2018

The Wanderer- Part One

Sharon Niedringhaus, Writer

April 3, 2018

Filed under Creative Contributions

This is the first part of what will be an ongoing story. A new part will come out each week.  Its genre will be fantasy and it will follow the main character Jenna through her adventures.   Jenna woke with her head spinning...

Never Quell My Love

Keylayla Blackman

April 3, 2018

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If you were going to fall, I’d say nothing at all... Through the absence of my words, you know how I feel, As you walk towards me, I listen to the sound of your lovely heels, The sound, so captivating as you get...

Insulation

Insulation

March 6, 2018

A collection of Whimsical Haiku poetry

February 22, 2018

Filed under Creative Contributions

Midnight snack, Samantha Rearick   Peanutbutter man   He comes to me in the night   Tasty, Gooey, done.     Park Bench, Sharon Niedringhaus   Beneath the oak trees   Beside the fl...

Bond

Bond

February 16, 2018

Chickadee a poem by Hannah Mueller

Hannah Mueller, Editor

February 14, 2018

Filed under Creative Contributions, The Arts

Chickadee, chickadee Where could you be? I have looked high And I have looked low I have searched the city And I have searched the woods But somehow I have yet to cross you. Your beautiful brown feathers Serve to decor...

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