Monthly Archives: August 2018

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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Read Poem: The Day She Touched My Heart by David P. Carroll

You made me feel true love Never knowing true love The day you touched me I fell in love I couldn’t believe I’m truly in love The pleasures of romance Drives me crazy but full of love Oh sweetheart let’s … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE FALLEN DUST by Sharon Mo

Lying on my feet Do I? Do I have the need to be the pillar I once was before the earthquake? Firm and tall I stood But not today, I am just a memory Lying scattered and hopeless on the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE SEA OF TIME AND SPACE by Alejandra López

https://bardomusic.wordpress.com The promise of glory Tattooed on your skin, on mine You know, I’ve been here before And I could’ve sworn the lines were right I had given the light that would help me out of the forest To men … Continue reading

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Read Poem: TIMES – PATHWAYS by Eduardo Ribeiro

Time takes the dream without feeling the taste, What freedom from a heart without flying Only I know the way that both tiled No stones to put on, stone that fell apart. Brilliant sun without taste, lives by a thread … Continue reading

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Read Poem: To Heal My Woes by Newton Ranaweera

Kuveni, never did I want to claim You’re a witch who trapped me in your trance; You know I was a captive in our game, A vicious, ruthless political dance. I only did enact their plot to seize Your throne … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading: How To Write A Summer Poem by Marta Knobloch

by Val Cole ***** Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Director: Kierston Drier Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editor: Kimberly Villarruel Camera Op: Mary Cox

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