Monthly Archives: June 2018

Read Poem: Testimony, by Michelle Owusu

You called me by name You called me daughter When I forgot your name You remained My Father You spoke wisdom and I noticed I was naked You sent me Comfort, when I couldn’t make it You used humour to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: BACK HOME, Michael Lawrence

(Poem for Don McCullin) Back from the wars, a veteran of ten thousand images of massacre, rape, disease, despair, every horror known to and devised by man dutifully recorded in every dung-heap, shit-hole, rat-infested pocket of the world: the fly-pestered … Continue reading

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Read Poem: CONFLICT WORLD, by MANTRI MARK

What I Thought, This World Today Is Not That World, I Expected Reigns of Rulers, Years Rolled Rules Have Gone, it’s Dictators Era ǁ Confrontations and Conflicts Still In Vogue There Is No Day without a Conflict Combats Have Become … Continue reading

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Read Poem: untangled, by Erin Touponse

Romantic/Spiritual Poetry SibylSong.com also on Instagram: sibylsong222 “untangled” This push and pull That governs my life Is but the outer shell Of a darkness that’s yet To be faced Until this darkness is converted Into something else I will continue … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Do You See Me?, by Poet4God

Do you see me? Or the color of my skin? Can you see what I could be? Or just see me as the word that starts with the letter N? Do you see me as a gentleman? A man that … Continue reading

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Read Poem: newborn, by Chinonso Adanna

They swaddle me in sugar sweet platitude to ease the rasp in my throat and force my screams into my stomach. This world is dry I ache for the warm wet of the womb where home was in the soft … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Broken Lover, by Daniil Prikhno

Originally posted on POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film. :
Make love to me as if it’s the first time you fucked me after we met. I know things…

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