Monthly Archives: September 2017

Read Poetry: PATHS TO RESERVATIONS, by Sandra J. Hookham

Genre: Native American (historical)   PATHS TO RESERVATIONS   Many, many decades now reversed, “We the people…” feebly put ashore Trembling ships from seas accursed, With tattered sails and rats galore.   Each drew an icy, mournful breath For rations … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Phantom Limbs, by Cheryl Glickauf-Hughes

Passion recalled like  phantom limbs  Like heroin,  the first one is free.      Do you Loki  promise  mere illusion?  Don Quixote didn’t care    * * * Watch Poetry performance readings: Watch Poetry made into Movies:

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Read Poetry: SOUL MATE, by Chuck Loch

We were standing in your kitchen A long, long time ago. I looked in your eyes and you into mine And we felt the same fire glow, again, We both felt the same fire glow.   You leaned against the … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Peering into Hell, by Karl Larew

Peering into Hell, my friend and I, We made a pact one day, before a Fire of Blood, Before the red abyss of time, That we would make our time obey– And the gods laughed at that. They laughed our … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: The Family Farm, by Gerald E. Greene

The funeral ended, I sought solitude, on petrified planks in his cold, empty barn, transported to times of memories faded, when he stood as a giant before childish eyes. Wooden beams, hand chiseled, fitted together, by strong arms and tackle, … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: A WIDOW’S STORY, by Terita Buchanan-Moore

He was snatched from my grasp In the blink of an eye Tragically taken By a thief in the night My soulmate lost his life In fifteen minutes I became widowed No longer a wife Not by choice though It … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Mother and Son by Malik Shakur

  My Eyes  are filled with tears  Knowing each of the steps   I’ve taken  We’re steps   Walking with you  To the end of your  Life’s mission.   Your death    was always near   and my soul   Understood    The realization   of your end  But  Acknowledging   The existence   of your beginning  Can never be  a plausible   Mention   Without understanding   the relationship of a mother and son.  As I look back over   Our life together   I am not moved   by the lack of time  spent  But profoundly   Amazed   At what I’ve   Become.   Because of that  Their something about the relationship   between a mother and a son   That should be noted   With clarity,  Acknowledged with praise  and a keen sense of  … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Isadore Greely’s Place, by David E Navarro

Ominous beats thump the shutter my blood throbs, I shudder within hear the eerie creaks and groans of stressed parched gray timber floors and walls with each howling gust pushing against the rough blanched stone estate, a dark gabled palace … Continue reading

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