Monthly Archives: July 2016

Poetry Movie: Love – A Mystical Paradox by Somali K Chakrabarti

Watch the 2016 LOVE Poetry Contest Winner. Turned into a movie. Love – A Mystical Paradox by Somali K Chakrabarti Narrated by Becky Shrimpton Produced by Matthew Toffolo Editing & Visual Design by Yujin Song

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Plastic Succulent, Poetry by Chase Morris

  Genre: Society Plastic Succulent by Chase Morris A new era. Hope for us: fading. Granted, we had the potential for our essential happiness. Chasing of the natives this furtive soil became our burden because of our selfishness. This dark … Continue reading

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Touched, Poetry by Terry Hart

Genres: Love, Romantic, Romance, Caring, Sensual, Emotional Touched by Terry Hart Destiny has delivered us through ages, eras and eons to this moment, it’s enchanting and here we are at the same place, same time Entering into this sacred experience … Continue reading

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At Night, Poetry by Anton M. Rojkov

Genre: Nocturnal, Atmospheric, Night Shift At Night by Anton M. Rojkov   At night When most bright colors retreat, Stillness regains control Over moving parts of the world. Eyes miss details, Hearing catches ghosts talking, And I watch my skin With … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Love, Poetry by Poetic Gurl Janet M.

Genre: Grandparents Love Grandma’s Love By  Poetic Gurl Janet M.   My Granddaughter, this day You turn One year older May God, Bless you! This is a special day for you, So, with lots of kisses and love I hope … Continue reading

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From within her rib cages, Poetry by J. Liethers

GENRE: painful, motivational, philosophical, society “From within her rib cages sprouted a mound of wishbones (galvanized by miracles that’ve died in daydreams) instead of a spine & when the storm christened her it pulled on the forks and left w/ the … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions, Poetry by Marcus J. King

Genre is funny and hope   Decisions, Decisions by: Marcus J. King     Stuck. Lost. A brick wall.   Go left. Go right.   Make a left turn. Around the corner.   There…yes go that way!   Keep going…a … Continue reading

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Emerald Heart, Poetry by Barbara Hunt

Genre: Dark, Life changing, Loss, and Romance Emerald Heart by Barbara Hunt Basking in the strength of your stare Two stones with intelligence and loyalty take away the air Always there to help and challenge hard as steel filling with … Continue reading

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BLOOD OF MY BLOOD, Poetry by Anubhuti Gupta

Genre: Drama, Betrayal, Hurt BLOOD OF MY BLOOD by Anubhuti Gupta Once, when Ellaine was a child; Her mother had told her many a times It wasn’t the food or water that made a person But care and warmth and passion and … Continue reading

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A Black Women’ Plea, Poetry by Latonia Sears

Genre: Life, Society A Black Women’ Plea   by Latonia Sears     I am so tired of all the death an destruction  the collection of lifeless bodies is reaking  and has left an odor    The smell of injustice is fowl   and is leaving a strong scent in the air  the disgusting fragrance of death    While all of the victims families  watch all of these black men  taken down and laid to rest    No politician or public servant   had the forsght to shed a tear  it only hit home for them     when some of their comrades  were taken away from here  even then they still won’t stop this and quit    To serve and protect or protect and serve  either way it always turns to death in the end  like they hate us and are not interested in making a mends    They are taking lives at an enormous rate  most of the time it is out right murder  fueled by racially motivated hate    The life of a black man has no worth to these servants  not the lives they have taken or the families  they caused so much sorrow    … Continue reading

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