Monthly Archives: September 2017

Read Poetry: MONSTER, by Jeff Bardeau

  Genres: fear, anger, horror, death, rage, torture, destruction, bloody, screaming The demons that haunt me Linger in my dark to flaunt me. Speaking in whispers to taunt me. Eating my life from within to gaunt me. From their souls I … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Morning by, Vihang A Naik

Performed by Val Cole What is the theme of your poem? I have been always in pursuit of going beyond physical. Going beyond physics. I consider physical body is weak but the spirit is strong. Spiritualism, perhaps can be the … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Blue Remembered Hills by Cas Greenfield

Performed by Laura Kyswaty  What is the theme of your poem? The passage of time… What motivated you to write this poem? I live as much ‘in the moment’ as I am able and the smallest of events can inspire … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Isadore Greely’s Place, by DE Navarro

Performed by Val Cole What is the theme of your poem? Never prematurely judge things by appearance and always expect the unexpected. Also, secondarily, it is intended to simply be a scary thriller. What motivated you to write this poem? … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Monachopsis, by Stephen Perro

Draped in Liquid Laughter Dawned with Pretentious Hope fraught with silent Resolve silent Resignation I clamor; I wait Pressed against the glass against the glass of self-indignation Watching people engage & Smile on the other side of the window It begins … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: DEFAULT STATE, by Eduardo Escalante

  “CHANGE your switch”,  I’m stepping out of the sad  resounding of   adulterated answers.  They hurt like bites.  The lies cage of likely beaten  I root through God’s absence.    The hatreds bringing   desolation to the innocent  while somewhere so close maybe.     You know sudden black. Don’t  you remember? Take     It out. Someone  will remember  time’s up.     Bitter lies, pallidly interweaving.  Outside my door,  Back to your hell.    And something  Important I’ve always been trying to say  Love. Not a foreign Kingdom or   a cold headstone without an epitaph.      * * * Watch Poetry performance readings: Watch Poetry made … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Desks, by Tessa Foley

He would never have told her, drawn and cauterised He watched her in cold concentration and believed She’d one day touch his knee on motorways and wear his Own green shirt to draw the curtains. He can note she’s not … Continue reading

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