Monthly Archives: October 2016

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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Will’s House, Poetry by Martha C. Wallace

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Genre: Family Will’s House by Martha C. Wallace Pla-ploop, pop, pop, bloop, bloop… the coffee percolator sings. Sssst, pop, pop, ssst the bacon sizzles a hot reply. Hot sticky cheese bubbles over the sides of…

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Tomorrow, Poetry by Kim Wheeler

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Genre: Rhyme, Life, Society Tomorrow by Kim Wheeler What happens when tomorrow never comes Do we cry for loss of purpose? Or do our tears tell the truth That without another tomorrow We shall be…

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Full moon, Poetry by Adams Duniya

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Genre: Nature, Beauty, Life, Uncertainties, Hope. Full moon by Adams Duniya This bald asterisk Over cottoned sky-high: Wide-height, with silver hue Has thou cast. In slow-line crawl By soft retractile attendance – Resolute for celestial…

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It wake up, Poetry by Stuti Mishra

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Genre: Pain, Female It wake up by Stuti Mishra I told the world I wouldn’t compromise, My smile is capable making you mesmerise. My rights ain’t your wrongs when I’m in the middle, I’ll make…

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 WHEN THE MOON SLEPT, Poetry by Akinkunmi Adewumi

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Genre: Life, Society  WHEN THE MOON SLEPT by Akinkunmi Adewumi The moon slept, But we were awaken to Hunger, We groan and groan, We wrestle and wrestle, Our left hands on our aching stomachs Writhing…

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Read NEW Poetry Readings from all over the world – October 2016

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Deadline to Submit your FREE Poetry to the Festival: http://www.wildsound.ca/poetrycontest.html OTTAWA, by Forrest Jamie https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/09/16/ottawa-poetry-by-forrest-jamie/ WALLS OF FLESH, by Shannon Rohn https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/09/16/walls-of-flesh-poetry-by-shannon-rohn/ LESSONS ON THROWING SHADE, by Nigel Toussaint Bray https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2016/09/16/lessons-on-throwing-shade-poetry-by-nigel-toussaint-bray/ FAREWELLS OF MT. AUBURN, by…

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