Monthly Archives: February 2016

Tangent, Poetry by Rebekah Mambiar

She walks across the lawn
just as he steps out of it.
She enters the classroom
just as he was leaving it. Continue reading

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MESS, Poetry by Damilola K Fashola

I just want to run naked through your mind. Swim through your hair before sliding down your temple and finding a bench within your earlobe. Give me the nod and backwards I will fall into you. I will fall into you. Gooey Ozzy Messy you. Dirt first. Grit first. Torment first. In your vile mediterranean I will lay and get to know you. Continue reading

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Interview with Costume Designer Linda Muir (The Witch, Bitten)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
A costume designer is a person who designs costumes for a film. The role of the costume designer is to create the characters and balance the scenes with texture and colour, etc. What a terrific…

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Read the best of NEW Poetry Writings from around the world

Read the best of Poetry Today. Make sure to submit your free poetry to the site to get it showcased on our network: A BRIEF ENCOUNTER, by H. Alahamad https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/02/12/a-brief-encounter-poetry-by-h-alahmad/ FROM THE WATER, by Allison J. Call https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/02/12/from-the-water-poetry-by-allison-j-call/ MENDING MOTHER, … Continue reading

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Lips of Honey, Poetry by Efrain Nieves Jr.

I smell the taste of honey,

precluding argumentation of abstract feelings

yet I still find the words

the soul holds no boundaries to what it can hide Continue reading

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Poetry by Anne Willow

Body you’ve betrayed me

I feel no different.

Think no differently except to mind your weakness.

I want to explore, Continue reading

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Poetry by Fernanda Wilt

There it is, lurking, the past

Comes smooth, quietly

And dump over them, as a wave

The damned nostalgia

Streets that run in parallel

But never find exit Continue reading

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