Monthly Archives: August 2017

Read Poetry: Midnight Horizon, by Barbara Hunt

 Genre: Dark, scary, empowering, unknown, mystery, life Turning and twisting out of reach My dreams turn dark my fears unleashed As I slowly drown in darkness I feel it’s icy touch I squirm trying to stay out of its evil … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Untitled #37, by Ryan Mettler

 They were wrapped up within one another Like tangles bits of twine; Two threads stitching a single lover: “I’m yours, and you’re mine.” They embraced hard and fast, Desperately trying to get closer On bed-sheets stained of nights past And … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: A Single Atom, by Ivor Steven

 I see a shooting star, traverse the full-moon. Like a jungle bushfire, raging out of sight. I feel the heat of midday, smothering the night. Like a warm body, inside her tomb. I see the dawn, without the golden sun. … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: VAPE AWAY, by David E. Gates

  My journey is no longer one, That goes from A to B. Because I try avoiding those, Who wish to vape at me. Their sweet and sickly clouds of smoke, That choke me to my core, Contain untold and … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Change, by Peinsejoager

 Catch the wind in your hair Standing on top of a mountain Conquered with strength and skill All the while, submit to it with respect Will you understand it? Will the forces of nature tolerate me trespassing Will you allow … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Blue Remembered Hills, by Cas Greenfield

 Skim a brittle frozen lake And dance into my heart again Melt my mind with breaths of spring And lead me to The May When the nights are lighter And when the days are lengthening Bluster me with morning thrills, … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: This Is My Life, by Shellie Palmer

Genre: Life, living life, living, hopeful, joy, happy, sad, perspective Symbols and notes I see, I see signs of what’s to be. I’ve seen hearts, wings and babies. I don’t understand them as they appear more so daily. These days … Continue reading

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