Monthly Archives: May 2019

Read Poem: TOMORROW IS ANOTHER DAY, by Chidi Nwosu

tomorrow is another day. your bird flew away, let it be. there’s no hunter who never missed; and no farmer who never lost. it is the way of the world. the redness in your eyes, is enough to roast yams. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Her Confession!, by Thomas Jones

Yes I’m angry but do you even care Time and time the pain I didnt want to bare All I was searching was a smile But instead I found this list that lasted a mile Name after name instance after … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Haven, by Lawrence Mathebula

In a safe place, Where I want to be Living my happy days Surrounded by family; A multitude of hands, Oh the daily Hours until the end Passes and tomorrow early, When it begins again. She only needs a Man. … Continue reading

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Read Poem: FIDDLE IN THE SOUTH WIND, by Neo Amakievi

dear south wind one day we will linger under the sun my aching heart, let us one day make music curing all the inner cancers melting this pain like a candle in a fireplace like the south wind, blow me … Continue reading

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Read Poem: The Tale of Mark, by Jacqueline Mead

There lived a young lad called Mark. Who lived by himself, under a bridge in the Park. By day he would wander around, alone. He was lost and lonely with no place to call his own. Mark, though, had a … Continue reading

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Read Poem: THESE ARE THE BLUES, by Marianna Gerrman

Idly sitting by the fire…cigarette in tow, drawing smoke rings in the hazy air, disappearing…and reappearing once more. Thinking of you and me, chiding each other about this or that… Why is it, that there’s a fine line between love … Continue reading

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Read Poem: Flipside of the Familiar, by Bob Eager

Flipside of the Familiar Mr Authenticity Bob Eager About time to meet the Other side of the coin, Under the surface topic revealed.. Relatable Subject matter flipped on its tails head. Now Floating in regular view—- Discussed now readily and … Continue reading

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