Monthly Archives: March 2018

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

Posted in new poetry, poet, poetry, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in new poetry, poet, poetry | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in 2018 Poetry, new poetry, poetry, Poetry Festival, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in 2018 Poetry, new poetry, poet, poetry, Poetry Festival, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in 2018 Poetry, new poetry, poetry, Poetry Festival, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in new poetry, poetry, Poetry Festival | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

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

Posted in 2018 Poetry, new poetry, poet, poetry, Poetry Festival | Tagged , , | Leave a comment