Monthly Archives: March 2018

Read Poetry: Shakespearean Sonnet#1 – Dot, by Rishabh Parmar

Dot maketh a man blind, beware of the outcome ’tis a drought, fandangle dingus maketh a relationship, acerbic as rum ’tis not an espousal, ’tis a fungus Humans , worshipers of everything Gods, demons or a fane find occurrences to … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: CANDLE IN THE WIND, by Bhavini Vijayanathan

Beginning of the end began, Despairs soared high Darkness took swift command. Running where my legs took, The only sound was the music of my heart It was harmonic cacophony to my oblivious ear, But humming now was ridiculous And … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: STANDING IN THE EDGE OF THE CLIFF, by POOJA RAJESH

MY DEAR DARK. Standing in the edge of the cliff, Holding my heart, beating fast, Starring at the endless skies Hoping that this day would be my last.   The clarity of my life lost itself… In the interruption of … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by John Reyes

I’m a Classic. There’s no masking it. I’ve made mistakes, sat in idle, and threw a fit. Every morning, noon, or night, I fed our ferocious appetite. The need to speak; were words unsaid. Imagination knew no height. I’m a … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: New World Shakespeare #4, by Rishabh Parmar

Thou art avaunt Avaunt, fain and puissant My heart, in deep teen, living verily, Wist, thee art my leman.

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Read Poetry: Dear Me, by Juan Mantilla

Dear Me, I wouldn’t be much of a man if I did not reach out to you. If it’s any consolation, she’s gone now, nowhere near our sight. The pain will vanish as fast as she did, you’ll just have … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Families are the treasures of heaven, by G.B. Smith

Like the warmth of a mid summer’s night, I have your love for comfort Shades of lavender arise from the end of the day as the sun sets over our world Our world is one where many hearts can go … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Think of me, by Romey Norton

I let you fly, Bon Voyage, goodbye. Not a tear in my eye,  after week one went by,  My heart began to question why.   Feelings buried hard in stone,  an over-grown garden must have grown,  knocked me dead from … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Beginnings Middles and Ends: Unspoken Stories of One Story, by Sarah dlr

Beginning.    Her eyes. Dark blue borders the sea green within  and they begin to flood as her voice tries to sing And I was told my cries calmed as she rocked me asleep,  And that’s the story I heard … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: TREES, by Anwar Jaber

1- The Silent Tree These birds love the silent tree and like to perch on that bough. You know; the love is unexplained thing but we know it very well. From that lovely bough, the leaves and feathers had fallen with … Continue reading

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