Monthly Archives: October 2018

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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Poetry by Fatima Ahmed

I am a Muslim. I am British. I am British. I am a Muslim. I am a British Muslim. Do the order of words REALLY matter? Muslim British, British Muslim. A cup of tea is what I crave, Digestives and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE AUTUMN WALK by Sam McNally-Cross

The front door closes, the lock twists shut with a certain sense of finality, as the journey begins. Stepping out into Autumn. Feet falling on rain-spotted flagstone as though in mourning the sky has shed a tear, or three. There … Continue reading

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Read Poem: DEAR SOCIETY by Bhumika Sharma

Dear Society, Thank You for teaching me how losing anything could be so beautiful…. 1. Thank You for telling me how I could be more beautiful by LOSING WEIGHT Because Barbies and Princess don’t come in XL size 2. Thank … Continue reading

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Poetry Movie: CHILD BRAIN SURGEON by Tracy Déchaux

  Poetry by Tracy Déchaux Produced by Matthew Toffolo Editor & Visual Design by Kimberly Villaruel Read Poem: It’s a daily occurrence Attach the electrodes for torment When really everything will be just fine I’m just playing around with your … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SOULMATE by Kimberly Ferguson

I met him in July I found a good guy Didn’t want to say goodbye He is one of the few Who exist and I couldn’t resist The chance To start a new romance He is not a fling He … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE COLD HOUSE by Fadrian Bartley

The sun is down and the moon comes up Reflecting through These white silky curtains Blowing in the winds The night creatures screech With owls of cuckoo Rest on tree branches, brushing againt the window glasses from outside Pitch black … Continue reading

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