The Darkness Hides

The Darkness Hides by Minna Von Walden The twilight and the stars, the vast beauty in the dark sky. A million flowers, a thousand hearts all covered in the darkness. Tucked away until… Continue reading

A Puzzle I’ve Never Seen

A Puzzle I’ve Never Seen by Minna Von Walden A recurring sense of not belonging has found its way to me yet again. I don’t really fit anywhere. As if I belong on… Continue reading

What do you see?

He took her by the hand. ‘Walk with me.’ He was silent, she was as well. They walked along a bare path. Nothing there remained, only his hand in hers. Silence still. Silence… Continue reading

Out of Place

Out of Place by Minna Von Walden Help me, I am not feeling myself right now. Feeling sort of out of place at the moment. As if I don’t belong here in this… Continue reading

A Muse

A Muse by Minna Von Walden Every writer has a muse. Perhaps a town, a city, a park, a dream, an object, or a person. Sometimes beautiful to the eye or crazy with… Continue reading

Take Me

Take Me by Minna Von Walden Take me. Take me far from where we are, from who I have become. Take me away, take me somewhere, anywhere away from what I’ve become. From… Continue reading


Darkness by Minna Von Walden Something dark, just along the edges of sanity. Emotions hiding in the shadows, screaming to escape. Pleading with the light to wrap around the curves. Wrap around and… Continue reading

Fine, Wide Lines

Fine, Wide Lines by Minna Von Walden I’m always on that fine line of holding on and walking away. Maybe it’s not such a fine line, but maybe just a line that’s there… Continue reading

Confetti in the Rain

Confetti in the Rain by Minna Von Walden It was time to start again. I left the pain and emptiness behind. All of the people who hurt me, and all of the circumstances… Continue reading

An Introduction to the Secrets

Sometimes people have secrets. No, everyone has secrets. Whether it be secret thoughts or secret feelings or actions they prefer to keep secret. Whatever the secret, it is still a secret. I began… Continue reading