Monthly Archives: March 2018

Read Poetry: WRATH, by Helen Haloulos

To take my hand and slowly tear it Through your hair and rip your pride And foolish ways to shreds To yell and cry until my voice grows hoarse And I run out of tears To be angry and not … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: The Dawn, by Reginalde A. Abia

(Motivational) It’s 5 o’clock in the morning The dawn is nearly breaking A start of a new day Another chance, and challenge it brings What is its importance? That may bring in your life Or just passed it at once … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Aurora Triptych, by Frederick Fullerton

Most people miss the magic pause between night’s darkness and first light,  hanging in brief limbo  before daybreak’s gilded glow  drives out the night  with sunrise and brightens all below while Venus still reigns as a tiny crescent  moon among … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: I hear the bells ringing, by Larry Perkins

I hear the bells ringing, Soprano choir singing. I open the door to see you up there, White veil nestled in impeccable hair. Row after row of family and friends, Seated and arranged as not to offend. I cautiously find … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: Morbid Deceiver, by Bob Mazzei

Oh morbid deceiver, speak of you this day Don’t ladies look so dazed, keep yer grief at bay So you noble gentlemen, of unnatural brave wives  Lots of wrongs for you, to do throughout your lives You people on the bastions carrying burning weights Reaping wheat afield, water cliff, cuts and waits You … Continue reading

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Read Poetry by Gary Lee Thompson III

I see the world through my eyes wondering if this is all a disguise Religion seems to hate and divide So I take a step back and look from the outside As my thoughts begin to surface I looked deeper … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: On The Gates Of “Heaven”, by Shahbaz Khan

Is there where the gentle breeze blows? Is there where the sparkling river flows? Is this where Cupid hides? Is this where happiness resides? Nay, this is where storms rage! Nay, this is where floods cause carnage! Nay, this is … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: WAS…, by Claudia Wallace

For a brief moment skies were blue  cars so arranged  on weekend visits subtle talks over coffee old movies firing up love play was the plot for the day desire entered into it children sleepovers  called out for pizza  chilled … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: THE AIR, by C.S. Jones

Before there were rolling fields Sprawling from Eastern to Western horizon’s eyes Before there were jagged cliff shields Falling deep, keeping us from water churns Beneath birded skies -there was the air. Before there were colors splashed In raining jungle … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: ALONE, by Stephanie Ann Annis

Alone in the dark of night No thoughts of a future in sight Life is drab and thoroughly sad So scared of the things daily life brings No longer part of the grind Feel like I’ve lost my mind Darkness … Continue reading

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