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This books a great read...

For you readers here's a dark fantasy tale it's in paperback and kindle. The story is fascinating I highly recommend it.


How to contact me

I have the comments closed on here if you wish to contact me I'm on facebook as Stanley Victor Paskavich message me or add me if you like or have something to say...


It's National Poetry Month

Welcome I ran some adds in newspapers. If you're here because you found me on one thank you for visiting. Everything on here is free to share. So if you find something you like use the sharing buttons. Be well and thanks again.


All done for now

I have posted every poem from my first Book "Stantasyland" that will be reprinted soon on amazon.com. Almost every poem from "Return to Stantasyland" are posted here also.

Everything on here is free to share with anyone you wish.

I know I don't have the comments open one reason was I got so tired of deleting spam comments. If you are serious about connecting with me and speaking.

I'm on Facebook as Stanley Victor Paskavich, or paskavich@yahoo.com

Any way take care I hope you find something of value on here...

New Poems

I'm adding in all the poems from my first book Stantasyland. Many loved it...

Just wrote this tonight

Learn to Care and Beware!
In about every second in this world we live
you hear about Pain, Suffering, Darkness, Evil or Sin.
They push those things to the top of the heap,
binding us from revelations or fond memories to keep.
I realize it's a hard and tough world out there,
But I'd rather hear stories with a lot more flare.
Stories that help you conquer life's pain
and release the suffering trapped in our brain.
Even for just a couple of seconds if you set someone free.
It would be a Blessing for Humanity.

Something red something blue a new website about you

My friend Mr. Hales and I have created a new web site http://viralpoetry.com

Hopefully it will be a great place for you or your friends to read or post their creations. It's intended for individual writings from living poets, I know there's volumes of beautiful poems from the previous masters. But here we intend to share the work of current authors. The tag line means just what it says "Poets promoting poets" By the use of the share buttons after you post a poem you can click and share it on the social networks you use.

Trying something new (Childrens poems)

I wrote a couple children poems tonight.

Look for (The Magical Lake)


(The Lesson for Tommy Teaser)

A thought for the New Year

When it comes to people sharing things that they like it stops with them if their not interested. No one ever takes time to share things with their friends that are into what they are not.
Here's a perfect example: If you're an Atheist and you have a friend that's a Christian would you share something written about God they might enjoy even though you don't believe in one your self?
What an interesting world it could be if we shared things without prejudice...
Stanley Victor Paskavich

I wonder how much say we have?

Lets see if we can have a different holiday or tradition day created. Lets see if they'll put on the calenders "Buy a friend a lottery ticket day"

Just an idea but could you imagine the joy if they win something!


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