Monthly Archives: October 2016

Lessons On Throwing Shade – Poetry Reading by Nigel Toussaint Bray

Poetry performed by Michelle Alexander Get to know the winning poet: POETRY 7 questions: What is the theme of your poem? The theme is life, humanity, and common respect for one another. If I have to choose one it would … Continue reading

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My Demons – Poetry Reading by NADIA CABALLERO

Poetry performed by Michelle Alexander Get to know the winning poet: POETRY 7 questions: What is the theme of your poem? Theme of my poem…. um is chaos… darkness.. How would you like people to respond when they read or … Continue reading

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Betrayed with a Kiss, Poetry by Azzurra Nox

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Genre: Relationship, Romance, Love Betrayed with a Kiss by Azzurra Nox Answers cannot be found in your shattered reflection, But you persist to search with your distressed eyes Carving the image of your wrecked heart…

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Cigarette Butts, Poetry by Rebeccah Pope

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Genre: Family Cigarette Butts My father made me. Sculpted me out of the cigarette butts he & my mother left outside the bar where they met. Each butt falling, landing & forming their foundation. Accumulating, into…

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More than an Emotion, Poetry by AR slim

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Genre: Relationship  More than an Emotion by AR slim It wasn’t in the way she said she loved me. It was the sparkle in her eyes, that half grin smirk on her lips. The glow…

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The Playground, Poetry by Phillip Rivers

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Genre: Examination of our Society, Youth Culture, Dark, Reality, The Playground by Phillip Rivers old buildings, empty fields, and those vacant haunted lots we used to play games now they’re moving different rocks oxy pills, heroin, get…

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Aylan lies face down, Poetry by Angelina Llongueras

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Genre: Rhyme, Thriller Aylan lies face down by Angelina Llongueras Aylan lies on the ground face down, the sea has delicately poised him on the beach, right where the sand and the water meet, only…

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