Monthly Archives: August 2018

Read Poem: FORWARD by Gladys Muturi

Forward Time to move forward I got to move forward No time to change the past Looking back is the thing in the past Chapter ending No open wounds Closed tight with a thousand stitches Scar is healing Vanquished from … Continue reading

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Read Poetry: JUNE 26, 2015 by Felice Picano

Had he lived would we be celebrating our momentous today or simply let it go having had it, lived it for ourselves so long? Not ever requiring The officious, official authentication. Would the sidewalk revelers we do not stop to … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Viola’s Rebellion by Sam Allen

Her face is white as porcelain Her lips are thin and red And as the concertina plays He tilts her fragile head The voice that he embodies Has a churlish, silly sound He helps her do a courtesy And then … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Beholder by Darienne K. E. Jordan

We are taught that Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder We always assume This means eyes Outside of our own Someone not us Is supposed to approve Using some arbitrary standard We seek validation From every passerby And … Continue reading

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Poetry Festival Testimonial – August 21 2018

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Marta Knobloch (HOW TO WRITE A SUMMER POEM) I believe that poetry is a spoken as well as a written…

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Poetry Festival Testimonial – August 21 2018

Marta Knobloch (HOW TO WRITE A SUMMER POEM) I believe that poetry is a spoken as well as a written art.   by Val Cole

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Read Poem: An Adult Fable for the Modern Day by Cindi Walton

Way up high on the seventeenth floor lived a selfish young princess dressed in Dior. “My nail is chipped and my hair is a mess.” Where is that maid, I need to get dressed!” “Bring me my dog, now take … Continue reading

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