Monthly Archives: April 2018

Read Poem: POETICS, by Ram Krishna Singh

Genre: Creativity POETICS The hole between words is vaginal if the mind could penetrate the seed won’t question age inside the lines it crackles with orgasmic pleasure meanders through the tunnel from first breath to oblivion stays erect, liberates the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SUNDAY, by WP Newnham

at sea Sunday with easterlies predicted but easy 15 knotters with my gun crew of old school and new- my old girl is ready and welcomes me back with arms out-stretched in a cornucopia of harvest   sea birds call to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Today, by Anthony Dalton

Today It begins all over again (maybe it continues; I never quite know). The day breaks your smiles awakes and my strength returns as I feel my love flow. I watch you And I feel… …so much… What is it? … Continue reading

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Read Poem: EPIC, by Pat Connors

My feet Set squarely in The present My eyes Firmly focused on The future The narrow way Seems dangerous and hard Wrought with strife And lonely But, when not absorbed in Seeming circumstances Or caught up in wavering from Side … Continue reading

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Read Poem: I Know What Love Is, by Viv Drewa

I know what love is It’s when you hold hands And your hearts dance round and round Then fly to the heavens. I know what love is It’s when you kiss And your souls dance round and round Then fly … Continue reading

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Read Poem: It is Written, by Paulos Ioannou

It is written that Adam and Eve were kicked out of paradise to pain and suffering because Eve enticed Adam to taste the fruit from the tree of knowledge. This is simply a misapprehension made by prudish patriarchs. Adam looked … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Meat, by Autumn Walker-Duncan

Like your holocaust, We are led to the slaughter. Food and drink at a cost, Your milk is taken from sons and daughters. Ribs and racks, Straight from our backs. But it doesn’t stop there, For food so fine, You … Continue reading

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