Monthly Archives: January 2018

Read Poetry: Wonderful, by J.S.T Louise

(after watching Lee Camp interview Eleanor Goldfield) Golden fields, we’re all sunflowers Dandelions, clover, and milkweed. Dawn is passing and the soils tilled And soon the worms of us will multiply Into awakening the settled stardust gifted From the eve … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Love (Maya), by Puneet Sangwani

Tender touch onto a wounded Smudge; A Radiant Smile spreading Sun-shine. Dear Mother’s midnight trudge; and her plight to the almighty divine. An up-to-the-last-minute journey; Scars of a lonesome battle, which they vehemently call as suffering towards the end, a … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: COLD SONGS, by Olabisi Akinwale

It’s the secret of life To die, with blood flowing in your veins . We lost a sister to the songs in her throat We knew she would not survive the whips From nights when the moon burns her pride … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: The twain that never cross parts, Okah Obinna Joseph

Drowning in sounds of figmented imaginations Nope it’s a bad nightmare of incarceration  Torturing me with scars and tears  As I fright back into my shell of fears  Reminiscing good times  Scathing our cherish, dreams and memories  With haunted sacrifices  I … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Agony, by Sujoy Bhattacharya

An apathetically toxic sound entered my mortal visual organ . Dandified with the foppish arrogance of cosmic supremacy the sound reverberated in my frozen heart preserved at the core of Antarctic effigy emanating sigh of vacuity . Dead dynasties delineated … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: THE MANSION OF RUSSIAN CREEPS, by Fadrian Bartley

On the remote island of Russian creeps A cast away washed ashore wounded and weak Upon awakening such place he has never seen Not familiar to his eyes, or has he ever being Struggle to stand, and from his feet … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: Im Zweifel zur Wahrheit, by Erich Ruhl Bady

Performed by Carina Cojeen POETRY 7 questions: 1) What is the theme of your poem? We can be sure on our way to truth if we allow (ourselves) to doubt. We need to doubt. 2) What motivated you to write … Continue reading

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