He stood there on the edge, in the heavy robes necessitated by the changing climate of his dying world. As far as he knew, he… Read more »
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On a recent rainy Monday night as I was walking to wherever I can lay my head after a long day of selling Street Sense,… Read more »
Make sure you’re sure each and every day in your life, we have to be sure about every decision that we make. From the important… Read more »
A poet dares to see the unfathomable. The words are direct like a deadly spear piercing the flesh on the hunt. The poet describes what… Read more »
Many people do not understand how a person could be without a home. It is said that most people are only a paycheck away from… Read more »
“One Night of Sin… Was All I’ws wait-ing for…” Her name was Callie. Loomis shook his sweaty head like a mule that had been pulling… Read more »
I can’t thank the Street Sense volunteers and staff enough for listening to me during my tough times. They let me cry, scream and cuss… Read more »
The Holy Spirit is our comforter: He comforts us when we are down, upset and lonely. The Holy Spirit is also our reminder: He reminds… Read more »
In order to move forward in the present and to have a good future, we must not let the past dictate it. Most times, the… Read more »
I’ve been homeless for a year now and have been kicking out cover letter/resumes every single day. So, I’ve come to realize since being homeless… Read more »
I follow myself on Twitter To find out what shall I wear Sometimes it gets so confusing I just look in the mirror and stare…. Read more »
Perpetual motion, the eternal engine. It could provide energy at such a low cost, that it would be free. For a long time this idea… Read more »
A poem about friendship by Artist/Vendor Gwynette Smith.
A continuation of the fictional crime story by Artist/Vendor Ivory Wilson.
A poem about a kitten and overcoming addiction by Artist/Vendor Veda Simpson.
A creative piece by Street Sense Artist Chris Shaw.
A poem about strength by Artist/Vendor Sybil Taylor.
A poem about friendship and love by Artist/Vendor Sybil Taylor.
A poem about hard times and life’s struggles by Artist/Vendor Sybil Taylor.
A continuation of the detective mystery by Artist/Vendor Ivory Wilson.