Monthly Archives: August 2016

Society Poetry: Social Fretwork by Dermott Hayes

I posted a thought, it flew away down through dark, cavernous cyberways, to bump and grind with other lonesome thoughts in the hotbeds of social fretworks. And worried then where it might go unguided, misunderstood to liaise, frolic and fret … Continue reading

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Society Poetry: Consumer by Jeremy Duhart

Consumer I want it all, goods and services. Money’s not a problem, I’m excited when purchasing. On the internet stores I stay surfing looking for the product to make my life perfect. There’s always something to buy to fix all … Continue reading

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Society Poetry: Pocket Sized Wreath by Cassandra Swan

The elephant-grey, cracked walkway clacks with alacrity:   as the tedious, stiff facades in a talentless circus of mediocrity   plod, and trek to their typical, mechanical homage – a life my    insurrection rejects!  Instead, at a lowly, junk-ridden, rickety    desk – … Continue reading

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A Slow Train to Gwalior, Poetry Movie by Amitabh Mitra

A Slow Train to Gwalior by Amitabh Mitra Amitabh Mitra is a poet, visual artist  and a medical practitioner at East London, South Africa. He heads the Department of Emergency Medicine at Cecilia Makiwane Hospital, Mdantsane, Eastern Cape. Widely published, Amitabh’s … Continue reading

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April Past, Poetry by Slowmoto

April Past A devil in my calendar He eats, lives, and breathes Pour in happiness To exhale disgust Do you see that me? To this demon I remain hostage No amnesia, Or Armor, Or Alternate belief I hate this month … Continue reading

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Society Poem: Now We’ll Never Know, by Deborah Johnson

https://debbiesjourneytohealthandhope.com/2015/03/02/now-well-never-know/ —  Deborah Johnson author “For Just five Minutes-Heaven, YES-Hell.NO” Now We’ll Never Know Posted on March 2, 2015by 50djohnson photo by Pinterest Look into these precious eyes and tell me she doesn’t feel anything? Look into these eyes and tell me that … Continue reading

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Politico 2016, Poetry by Farzana moon

Genre: Political, Society Politico 2016 by Farzana moon http://farzanamoon.blogspot.com   Trump child Trump wild Make America white again   Skate board water board Replace gun with naked sword Cut Muslim’s jugular vein Make America white again   Honor thy wall of … Continue reading

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Curiosity, Get Lost With Me, Poetry by Lizzie Heart

Genre: Rhyme, Life Curiosity, Get Lost With Me by Lizzie Heart    I have often wondered about the birth of a lie. The first historical untruth, bearing the uncouth. As it’s identity was told, our ability to coincide was sold. BUT, … Continue reading

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Society Poetry: 1918 Sanctuary by T. Hopper

1918 Sanctuary by T. Hopper For as I lay in your embrace, My breath be shallow..heart doth race The trench ,the bugle ,the distant drum Fight for country …defeat the Hun So protected in your cocoon Daybreak looming behind the … Continue reading

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Burnt Bridges, Poetry by Monica H. Thomas

Genres: #poetry #society #misguided Burnt Bridges by Monica H. Thomas How many bridges you gone burn before you learn the streets don’t give a damn about you… Have you ever witnessed ya own death Blood stains scattered on the ground People … Continue reading

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