Monthly Archives: October 2017

Read Poetry: INSOMNIAC’S LULLABY, by Ruthie B.

I’m feeling nervous I’m feeling strange My mind just wants to keep repeating These things over again I’m in a time warp With my own brain No longer wonder what it feels like To be going insane Sleep Sleep Sleep … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Tiwari vikas ‘kaiv

once we met, loved, kissed,  hug and talk a lot to each other. now we see each other,  and looked away our eyes,  as we forget our past. we forget who we were, and are. forgot the love,  which flourished  … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: MY WORLD, by Semih Bilgiç

four corners of my world the sky beneath my feet my house is from a glass jar I live in sea my friend fish who tickles my feet woke up just in time got to go to work where’s my … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Charles Howes

Winter in pastel Snow falls on snow North wind whistles through the pines The lonely crow calls The fire crackles The window pane cries tears of confusion in the early morning sun Love in laughter Toes tangle beneath the quilt … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Pamela Hobbs

You took my hand at dawn, I closed my eyes then you were gone. It suddenly got cold dark as black, I knew then, you’ll never be back. It was never right I knew, I felt it was wrong, My … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Eddiee Gomez

Genre: Dark, death, emotional, nature, interpretation There she stood, fleeing from her fears A big clear ocean stands before her She can’t see life the same way she used to  There’s a void in her, there’s loneliness Pulsing, wanting to … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Anannya Uberoi

We move as wild birds, swiftly, but not failing to stop and recoup the vast expanse that clears above us- the sky moving westward, making room to hold in it both full- one waning in its leftover gold the other … Continue reading

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