Monthly Archives: February 2019

Read Poem: REVENGE TIME by Sahaj Sabharwal

Revenge time has come near, Now, it’s your turn to be in fear. Chance will be allotted to you to try any gear, But no one can stop me to watch your face in tear. Forgiving time is over, Even … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Do Cautiously Step by Ron Houssaye

A child walked out Into the moon-kissed sun as free as God’s green grass, Just when the thought “I am alone” obtusely came to pass. Our greeting brief, she did not stay, was gone as quickly came. My spirit and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Black Vs. Black by Robert Evans

The bullets ripped through his soft innocent black flesh casting shreds of vein and brain asunder with no sympathy for the carnage rendered; they were only following orders as dictated by the law of physics and the human (or rather … Continue reading

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Read Poem: KINTSUGI MUSINGS by Netta Kanoho

“Kintsugi is an old way of repairing broken pottery developed by the Japanese using lacquer or some other resin laced with pulverized gold. The story goes that a samurai broke his favorite tea bowl and sent it off to China … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Cannot Connect By Conshiality Kama

I cry till my image of heaven Becomes flooded and fades away My soul seeks happiness But i only earn pain God cannot see my tears Not even my words Can touch his ears I fear when I die He … Continue reading

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Read Poem: I Wanna Fruit You by Marcus Graham

🍉 Baby, I wanna fruit you Chocolate dip and strawberry scoop you Nibble your sweet kiwis and fondle your melon Wanna lick your goji til I’m more than well’n Ready to rub sugarcane on your berry while I cradle that … Continue reading

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Read Poem: NOTHING IN THE HAND RETURNS by Catherine Morrison

Is Life an empty…as it appears? An empty jar – when you look through is clear. Putting your hand inside, you gain nothing… Yet you see it. Life is an empty with much inside it. You try to reach in…. … Continue reading

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