Monthly Archives: August 2018

Read Poem: CLOUDS by Gary Bertnick

Clouds of doubt tumble about As temptations and deception parade with false motives, Though the Surveyor’s line runs straight and true Still men rationalize Absolute Truth Women compromise what they know Even Sovereign and Holy Words written and spoken- All … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A Certain Infinity In Brevit by Christopher Kenneth Hanson

You knew as I knew; The deep red balloons that blew via hazy cloud Filled skies, struck inept via our deepest lullabies You knew as I knew, of the birds which flew Throughout the aged yew trees, and stellar Abatement … Continue reading

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Read Poem: PINK by H.E. Grahame

If beginnings were a color They’d be pink. Like the familiar stone-walled frame I dragged boxes and bags into. We cluttered the corners with Inside jokes and vivid tales And postered the blank walls with Memories and forget-me-nots Within the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: WE ARE FOREVER IN LOVE by David P. Carroll

We Are Forever In Love. Her smile is truly beautiful As I feel your love I see your beauty your smile touches my lonely heart as my heart beats For your forever love Your soft gentle touch so loving It … Continue reading

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Read Poem: AN ODE by Asanda

“repeat often” All is loss, when all are lost Beyond reason and doubt we cling to life Few sit and ponder the truth of frost Hence reasonable doubt compounds strife Few remain that let loose the reigns When war and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ADAM MINUS by Jack Belck

He steps over white coat bodies, out to corridor–two long walls. There, another white coat yells, “You can’t leave without…” “Hello, my name is Adam.” He steps over white coat body, heading to where noises are and–strange, strange– no walls … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Night Wandering by Eliza Rae

golden sandals with tiny white shells, blistered heels, pattering down a cracked sidewalk with bright lights gazing upon wandering eyes greasy from the humid sun as whiskey air fills the sky; black lace dress like a toxin with short leather … Continue reading

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