Monthly Archives: May 2016

Watch the May 2016 Poetry Readings

Watch the poetry readings from May 2016.
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Saying Goodbye to the Island, Poetry by Kim M. Russell

Genre: Society, Life   Saying Goodbye to the Island  © Kim M. Russell, 2016    The sea rises Eating away the coast Until the village Becomes an island ghost Deserted Derelict Dangerous Haunted by gulls And scavengers A watery soundscape Of … Continue reading

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Surrounded by Love, Poetry by Sancti-Fly Mama

Genre is Poetry Prayer/Surrounded by Love- Sancti-Fly Mama   Surrounded by Love by Sancti-Fly Mama LAWS OF KINDNESS ARE ALL BEHIND THIS…BEFORE THE EVIL MATCH LIT ITS NUGATORY FIRE, HE ALREADY CAST AWAY EVIL DESIRES OF WICKEDNESS AS YOUR NUMBER … Continue reading

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Michael, Poetry by Darlene Laboy

I like to watch
This one kid in class
His grandmother’s black
His grandfather’s white
And I love to see his skin.
His past. Continue reading

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Grandfathers Love, Poetry by Sherille Williams

Who do u you call when your heart is broken. Where does love begin to form. Is it through a simple touch? My grandpa said “it’s in the hands my grandchild that holds us together.” Continue reading

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Evils Deception, Poetry by Barbara Hunt

Shadows fooling all trying to help the situation hid as a facade of stability and love was all that could be seen as no one suspected the plot that was forming

Whispers in the night became louder as her lies and deception grew Continue reading

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Cycle of Repercussions, Poetry by Floyd Robert-Maduekwe

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Genre – Philosophical Cycle of Repercussions by Floyd Robert-Maduekwe Noise erupts as the new inferno A rapidly spreading disease Crippling major cities around the world. Wildly increasing in number How many of them do not…

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Easter Monday, Poetry by Mary E. Latela

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Genre: Growing Pains Easter Monday by Mary E. Latela @LatelaMary I wore my new pink coat, silk, princess-style, lined with satin and crinoline, to school. Fifth grader, I pretended my brother, who also walked, was a…

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MONET, Poetry by Caroline Clemens

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Genre: Friendship, Relationship MONET by Caroline Clemens Another time another place, I’d gather in the garden. We’d speak of letters written. How time is short, our thoughts numerous. He’d sip. I’d sip. We’d share despair. Our…

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Head sick for you, Poetry by Andrew James Leahy

All I want is you sweet honey
All you want is my love baby
All I can say and I can pray
Is for us to last a life time

Sick in the head, my point of view
I love you too, head sick for you Continue reading

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