Monthly Archives: December 2018

Read Poem: wind of woe by Collins Nosakhare

sometimes the stars are full of woe, only if we know how it comes at night.. i mourned old songs of spook & they forms hollow in my pendulum a breeze fighting through my body & into a lament mouth … Continue reading

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Read Poem: UNDEFEATED by Patrick S. Duncan

Love is more than a word. It is a living and breathing spirit, which has been given to ALL of us, as a gift from GOD. It has infinite life, and has survived the worst of times. It sees no … Continue reading

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Read Poem: To My Daughter by Angie Diaz-Cervo

To my daughter, you are a Princess and you will evolve into a Queen. Be yourself. “Life is not about finding yourself, life is about creating you.” The only person that can stop you from achieving your goals and dreams … Continue reading

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Read Poem: LOVE by Marie Diaz-Cervo

I love how he looks at me; I could see that he admire and loves me. I love how he can see that I liked him and made the move to give me his phone number. I love how he … Continue reading

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Holiday Specials: 1st CHAPTER and FULL NOVEL FESTIVAL. Deadline December 28th

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Read Poem: TRUTH BE TOLD by Singleton M. Tate

Walking down the Boulevard, making reality fiction, watching living pictures of tragic lyrics, enabled by ruthless cowards… I wait at the bus line, wondering in these sad times, why does this cancer of despair, thrive in our air… Thousands upon … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Fat White Lady by Michael Quaintance

the fat white lady is no longer fat, she is the full bodied and robust expression of her decision to see, to be and to be seen she is, the open—self-actualizing unfolding of her unrestricted and unparalleled self. the fat … Continue reading

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