Monthly Archives: October 2018

Read Poem: Taking back my power by Trinisha Browne

tonight I will, do the ground work in order to harvest good fruits as I prepare to plant these seeds, I think of each time a lie was planted in me to hinder my thought process from progres and stunt … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Digital Generation Apocalypse by Jane A Tenzin

We live in a digital generation Social validation on a count of likes and commendation Swipe left and right till eyes goes dry Checking every filtered manipulations Hitting likes without a content Replacing words with emojis killing literature Attaching aimless … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SCHOOL by Jeremy Azanon

School is a place where we have to pay attention to teachers. School is where freedom ends. School is where Ms.Jenny makes us learn non-important stuff. School is where Math with Mr.John turns into us dying slowly of boredom. School … Continue reading

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by bare imagination by Gabriel Safdie

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Read Poem: Under The Shadows by Pradnya

For years I longed, For a place where I belonged, Warm and sheltered, comforted and free, Found it under a great big tree. After years of shelter the tree gave way, and its shadow began to slowly fade away. But … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Unanswered Call by TAK Erzinger

As a mobile phone begins to vibrate the fish go about their business in a ghostly dance unaware of the signals being sent. They are surrounded by an abyss of hallowed darkness. They survive in perpetual motion; trills, reverberations, fluctuations, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Plots and Plans by Ilene Kaminsky

Genre – life This is a four part poem I. Born Raising a child, Frying eggs in a skillet or Cutting an onion slice, Requires little dexterity, Just a sharp knife handle and a steady hand. Flipping over easy Self … Continue reading

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