Monthly Archives: April 2016

Locking up the love, Poetry by Kaushik Roy

Genre:- Love Locking up the love by Kaushik Roy You left a note stuck by the bedside Explaining all those details Of how things aren’t working out Between you and me anymore All the things you wrote Left me wanting … Continue reading

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The Master, Poetry by Pete Stones

‘Come up upon the wind’
roared the Master to the sails,
‘hard-a-port, aye aye sir’
echoed down the rails Continue reading

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A Terrifying Night, Poetry by Aditya Agrawal

And as I just said that, a fresh cold terror gripped me.

I was not in the home, but inside my college dormitory

And if my terrors and horrors were not too enough,

I heard the dormitory door creak slowly open.
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Family Destruction, Poetry by Barbara Hunt

She stared at it a carbon copy of herself stared back smiling exposing it’s horrible jagged teeth and a dead expression Continue reading

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Read NEW Poetry from around the world

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
Read the best of NEW Poetry from around the world: Submit your Poetry to the Festival: https://festivalforpoetry.com CAN YOU HEAR THE TICKING MA, by Bobby Stevenson https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/04/16/can-you-hear-the-ticking-ma-poetry-by-bobby-stevenson/ 1, by Kindra Talley https://festivalforpoetry.com/2016/04/16/1-poetry-by-kindra-talley/ DEAR BULLY: A…

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The last human to have lived, Poetry by Mudeet Arora

Eyes showing a moonlit night,
Under the shadows of insanity,
He and his conscience got into a fight,
He had nothing to lose, nothing to pity,
After all, he has no one in his sight,
The world had lost everything,
Everything that seemed pretty. Continue reading

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THE HEARTLESS AND THE HOMELESS, Poetry by Carlyn Soulei Thomas

Homeless woman on the street

No place to sleep, no bread to eat
Dragging her feet through the cars of the train,
In an awkward run, begs for change to maintain Continue reading

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