Monthly Archives: October 2015

Demons, Poetry by Casiar Meloy

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Genre: Dark, Culture, Humanity Demons by Casiar Meloy Gazing into the open gate of hell the literal abyss of Hades With its jagged canines from the ground clenched in meeting of the stalactites trickling down…

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Today’s Top Twitter Posts: Thursday October 29 2015

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Today’s Top Twitter Posts: Submit to the TV Pilot and Spec Screenplay Festival. Writing and Film Festival Review. Today’s Feature Film Story Pitches. Alex Anthopoulos leaving Blue Jays after turning down extension. Paul Ryan elected…

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Fallen Knife, Poetry by Gokul Baby Alex

The journey of a knife

That fell upside down

Out of its tainted edges

On a melting pot of love and life

In a state of inverted coma
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Forgiveness, Poetry by Sherille Williams

His interest are no longer my interest.
Now this love that went on for so long has now become distant,
or should I say it’s the distance thats making my heart wonder .
They say shit like this makes the heart grow fonder. When he is around, all we do is bicker. Continue reading

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The Silent Warrior, Poetry by Maj Excel Escanlar

He stays focused on his mind
Imagining a place you’ll never find
He got his pen
And wrote his note
A poem for a person he once fought
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The Other Side, Poetry by Patsy Jawo

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Genre: Rhyme, People The Other Side by Patsy Jawo There is good inside me And I have learnt to show it There is beauty inside me And I have learnt to accept it There is…

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Pain Gain, Poetry by Patsy Jawo

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Genre: Life, People Pain Gain by Patsy Jawo Stomach twisting pain Surely death has come I am alive But how come Brought me down To my knees Another reminder Human mortality Just how fragile I…

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