Monthly Archives: November 2015

Tales of a Time Traveler, Poetry by Aditya Mankad

I sat on the sands of time,
Watched the past go as if it wasn’t mine.
And I waited for eternity; just to see,
See the future where you’d be with me.
I heard the songs of dreams as I waited,
And glued my eyes to the horizon as I fall asleep,
But woke up just in time as I had promises to keep. Continue reading

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Watch the November 2015 Poetry Readings

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Watch the November 2015 Poetry Readings performed by actress Val Cole: What if life was an illusion  by Abhishek Jha  ? The Things We Do To Fish by Paul Tapp Nothing Changed Me by Miriam…

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ATONEMENT, Poetry by Orok Duke

She poured out her mind thus:
My dream came true,
As the way I do
Everything with you,
No one else will ever do –
Then we caught a cold.
So, let us grab another day
To drive this matrimonial acrimony away. Continue reading

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Read the best of NEW Poetry

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Read the best of NEW poetry from around the world A NIGHT ON THE TOWN OF PARIS, by Emaglaw http://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2015/11/20/a-night-on-the-town-of-paris-poetry-by-emaglaw/ MOUTH ME, by Wendy Norman https://festivalforpoetry.com/2015/11/18/mouth-me-poetry-by-wendy-norman/ SIMPLICITY, by C Denyce Ward http://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2015/11/19/simplicity-poetry-by-c-denyce-ward/ THE AMAZON IN…

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A Night on The Town Of Paris, Poetry by Emaglaw

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Genre: Life, Society, Rhyme A Night on The Town Of Paris: by Emaglaw Fall down, lay low and pray, The delay of the crowd is blinding. Fall down, lay low and pray, Realized fear is…

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Mouth Me, Poetry by Wendy Norman

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Genre: Beauty, Image, Rhyme Mouth Me by Wendy Norman http://www.seafarrwide.com If you were a mouth nothing more nothing less What thoughts and sentiments would you express Watched closely you can see what it can be…

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Dismal, Poetry by Sonya Devyatkin

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Genres: Dark, morbid, bleak, discontent Dismal by Sonya Devyatkin Never have we seen a day as dismal as today, shuddering rain of contempt, on ours paths of concrete and subversion, we soak in the mists…

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