Monthly Archives: September 2018

Read Poem: #Luv by Dimple Mapari

# ♥ LUV ♥ # #Luv, da most beautiful filin# ♥♥ awsm # amazn#Luv # Luv # Luv#♥♥♥! like # care# and share# snapchat# fb # twitter declare I am # we are in luv # Dis is 4 da … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Perseverance by The Aspergers Poet

Please stop for a minute. Yes, I’m talking to you. Don’t do what it is that, You’re planning to do. Let these words talk to you While I have your attention. I won’t tell you I know the Things you’re … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Life on Mars by Lea Galanter

from Camille Patha, “Sunset (Beach Fever Series),” 1978 I remember coming up from below during the few times we dared show our faces, our bodies the red sky matching the garnet necklace a gift from my grandmother on my sixteenth … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A WOMAN LIKE ME by Kuli Kohli

A woman like me should get up in the early hours, prepare and cook good food; get kids ready with magic powers. Have a spotless kitchen, bathroom; a dust free house and make the beds, shop, wash, wipe, clean, iron, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE PROMISE by Arloa L. Means

In a still small voice, barely heard, Though the wind be but a whisper, leaves are stirred. In the fragrant incense of a prayer, Lies the everlasting promise, God is there. God said, call upon my name give me no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: LOVE BASKET by Silas Ola-Abayomi

Trapped in basket of love, in love garden without a lover; her beauty sedates me, just as it excites me, she hypnotizes me with elegance and mesmerizes me with golden tone. Heart becomes prison of love and angel takes no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Nature’s Creation By Lucy Caxton Brown

Now I’d like to pay tribute, if I may, To nature’s God, And dare I say, The wooden forests and grassy fields, I’m talking of the rocky outcrops, Beyond those treeless hills, I’m watching the changing colors, And the wide … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Halfway up the Hill by Jeff Hartzer

A giant hawk screams warning I whistle back then the dog barks then the Volkswagen lies dead in the woods right there It happens that way on Sundays out walking with God Then the Volkswagen lies smashed and dead papers … Continue reading

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Read Poem: MINE, YOURS, A MOTHER’S HATE by Niki Bell

There is no equal to or greater than A Mother’s Love Safety and Protection Let us understand what it is first, not last A lioness There is no greater gift Or symbolic universal feeling of connection The harmonic bond of … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Egypt’s Shifting Sands by Helen Whitten

I’ve stood in Tahrir Square, felt the dusty heat, done deals on street corners with scruffy boys adept at currency arithmetic, seen the Pyramids at sunset after the inevitable visit to a papyrus shop, taken a horse into the desolate … Continue reading

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