Monthly Archives: March 2019

Read Poem: NIBBLES, by Sebastian Hales

Come down to the bridge at midnight, when the tide is full and the lights of Waikawa shatter the water into crystal shards and the only sounds are the swishing and slapping of ripples against the wooden piles of the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Where the Tears Go, by J Hirtle

Ten thousand days Bounteous moments forever faded Since he first enlightened this lyricist Guiding my vestal quill. Through undiscovered lands With the poise of Gandalf Proffering measured response to arouse one more query. The old man stands bent at the … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Creamy Sky, by Elaine Alibrandi

warm for winter, like the November I was sent to that place— hermetically sealed— bad food— shrinks that never listened. The staff openly watched us and took notes while the TV blared. After about five days, it seemed almost normal. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Before It’s Too Late, by John T Leonard

Would any good come of it if I wasn’t here? If fate has its way, my end could be near. In this moment of confusion it’s so hard to make sense, I can’t fathom out what is future or past … Continue reading

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Read Poem: SEMANTICS, by Mary Lynn Archibald

I think of you as porcelain, he says— All elegant and white. Oh yes, I see, she says— Brittle, cold and tight. He sees her as a wonder of survival, Precious, dear. She sees herself as isolate, And him, too … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Censorship, by Sahar Ajdamsani

This woman wants her right   She has silenced her shout But not one can silence those eyes The depth of what she sees She screams her pain in musical notes Standing powerful Strong and true   Do not censorship … Continue reading

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Read Poem: DARK LOVE ODE, by Kat Lehmkuhl

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