Monthly Archives: November 2018

Read Poem: Dream Catcher by SWETA

Behind the curtain of rain, I could see a boy, walking up to me And sound of the rain was silenced As he held me, like a destiny. His eyes were trying to see through I closed mine in bliss … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Prayer For Humanity by Timothy Patrick Hunt

If ever there was a time for GOOD-WILL …NOW is that time…. And, if ever there was a need to SEE We must all live in PEACE… I can only say, “We must first HEAR each other’s needs.” For, if … Continue reading

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Read Poem: A POETIC GUIDE TO SERIAL KILLERS by Tim Tindall

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Read Poem: Stream of Life by Amber Kyrie

In the stream of life Without worry or strife, I drift, On the currents Of my dreams.

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Read Poem: ACADEMIC TESTS by Sahaj Sabharwal

Oh these tests, Superflous academic tests. No time to prepare For entrance tests. Difficult to store Vast concepts in mind, Oh how to retain so much Till marks given and paper signed. Bewaring that, The examiner is not blind, And … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THE MYTH OF POETIC POVERTY by Jay Mandeville

Being poor & being a poet is impossible. Every poet notices the absurdity of it. All the sacrifices that the practiced eye reads between the lines in poetry are not the result of scarcity, but reactions to the superabundance with … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Beloved Daughter by Fikayo Balogun

It was a summer evening the breeze turned leaves into jellyfishes ran across grasses and I crushed blades beneath my feet on my way to find love. Love pulled me by my crown pinned my face to the rocky scales … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Birthday Poem for D by Serena Solin

What I wanted to give you I thought of as a mouth organ, something I’d seen, not in dream, we never dreamed—dab rig & shatter. I thought better in the glass safe they call “the elevator bank.” What on earth … Continue reading

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Read Poem: CHILD’S PLAY by Dan Liberthson

I play the World Series with marbles on our vine-laced Persian carpet: its palaces are bases, its bowers become dugouts where my heroes’ cards wait for their manager’s hand. I play both sides, home and away, hitter and fielder—as always … Continue reading

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Read Poem: yellow by Andrew Liu

sometimes you come in my dreams. i can feel your warmth, locked in your soft embrace. there’s a tug on my heart and i feel so safe. you are my shelter. i could spend an eternity here, because when i’m … Continue reading

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