Monthly Archives: March 2019

Read Poem: SLEEP MY FRIEND, by Kat Lehmkuhl

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Read Poem: I FELL IN LOVE WITH COLORS ONCE, by Kristen Corbisiero

I feel in love with colors once, They’re bright, attractive allure, Drew me in time and time again, Fingers dancing on the edge of my heart, Caressing and sighing, teasing laughter echoed in my head, Colors drew me close, whispered … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Inna Bflat, by Sharon M. Musgrave

(Poem about being a single mother) It started with a simple dream A single mom, an apartment on the lake and a blue computer screen Two Ikea colored filled rooms Seagulls singing songs in the late afternoon Just below the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: LET THIS DAY, by Katarina Jovcevska

Let this day passing by in wisdom and strength to someone be a friend be a hero and stand with a goal build your life step by step, day and night don’t lose yourself in lies be honest and fair … Continue reading

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Read Poem: ASPIRATION, by K. Exum

I remember when I was a kid and I used to dream of being a cop Being in the force stopping the bad guys that rob Solving all of the problems around the world But then I got older and … Continue reading

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Read Poem: TWO WAY, by Maria Juliet

I love the humbleness but I draw the line of boundary. The darkness completely folded; He does not know there was a limit inside the box. I love the sincerity but I let some words often missing. Outside the window, … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Life and Times of my Cigarettes Death, by Samantha Broesky

If only you knew the laps it took, To find my way out, of labyrinths in my head. I was trapped in days so dark, attempting ways to escape, want to get back, be safe, in my minds maze. Lost … Continue reading

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